Travel and Leisure

Explore Africa’s  Beaches and National Parks

Kenya And Tanzania Safaris

The great continent of Africa holds the hidden treasures to reveal to those travel enthusiasts who take enough times to come on a journey of discovery. From the adventurous safaris in Kenya, and trekking safaris in Uganda to the stunning natural wonders as well as wildlife of Tanzania, we have some great suggestions for some astonishing must-see places to include in your travel itinerary.

Ignite your wanderlust and book your beach vacation with family, friends, or lovers and enjoy the sun and the pristine waters of exquisitely unique coastlines in Africa. The most beautiful beaches in Africa await you for a beach holiday each year. We mean picture-perfect postcards of beaches— blue and turquoise waters beaches backed by soft sands and swaying palms on the most enchanting and exotic shores on the continent. Discover the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius, Gambia, Seychelles, Tanzania as well as Ghana, Kenya, and a selection of the best beach holiday destinations in Africa!

Discover some of the best beaches in Africa.

For your next beach vacation or honeymoon on the beach, read on for our pick of the best beach destinations in Africa.

  1. It is so easily combinable with world-class safaris! Where in the world can you be watching a pride of lions hunting in the wild one day, and the next be diving in amazing coral reefs, or even just enjoying the sunshine with an ice cold drink?
  2. The Indian Ocean is fabulous. The water is warm and inviting and epitomizes the ideal beach getaway. Coupled with white powdery shores, beach time in Africa is unparalleled throughout the rest of the world.
  3. There are so many options! You can go to private islands or fun chilled-out beach spots – there is something to suit everyone. It all depends on what kind of beach experience you are after, your budget, and your time frame.
  4. Climate! The climate in Africa from East to Southern Africa is fantastic in the northern hemisphere summertime. July and August are rightly named the peak season as this is the time to go. In other parts of the world, climates cannot be so good at this prime holiday time of year.


  1. Go whale shark diving off the islands of Tanzania… swimming with the biggest fish in the sea seems an irresistible option for those seeking an underwater marine safari! 2. Go all out and choose a private island experience. In our opinion, there is nothing more luxurious than having a bit of private beach all to yourself… Not to mention the amazing service, facilities, and accommodation that Indian Ocean private islands are so fantastic for.
  2. Go deep-sea fishing! The Indian Ocean is teeming with colorful marine life, and even if you are not a super keen fisherman this is a great activity to give variety to your beach holiday.
  3. Choose more intimate lodges, rather than big and soulless hotels. By doing this you will have a much more special and memorable experience – you will also get a more personalized service, which we think can only ever be a good thing.
  4. Consider combining the beach with safari – especially from East Africa this is so easy, and it would be a shame not to explore the African wilderness when you have traveled all the way there!

 Pigeon Island

Pigeon Island is an uninhabited island located near Mount Kenya within Kaimbi County on the Kenyan coast; it features several rock formations covered in bird droppings known as “kopjes” (Dutch for “rock cocks”).

Pigeon Island is a favorite tourist spot offering stunning views. Across Lake Victoria toward Uganda’s mountainside locations like Ndeshi hill where gorillas reside . . . Apart from its wildlife inhabitants, Pigeon Island is home to many bird species. Including flamingoes, pelicans, cranes, eagles, vultures, storks, ibises, herons, kingfishers, partridges, plovers, wagtails, sandpipers, and warblers.

Kenya has seven major protected areas that preserve its natural beauty including wildlife habitats like game reserves. Which provides an opportunity for hunters to catch their target animals without interfering with nature’s balance or disrupting animals. Species survival patterns through hunting activities such as trophy hunting or poaching activities. That threatens local animal populations’ survival including that of Africa’s big cats such as lions and leopards.

Discover some of the Best beaches in the World.

Activities on offer vary from place to place, but generally, from most beaches, you can enjoy snorkeling, diving, water sports, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and boat cruises as well as indulging in a bit of relaxation and spa time… For really keen specialized activity lovers such as whale shark divers and deep sea fishers, we recommend getting in touch to chat about the best options for you!

Many call Bom Bom Island a relatively untouched part of the world. It’s set on the prestigious tip of Príncipe and is certainly a place that feels perfectly preserved. This tiny island is home to only a handful of accommodation options and comes punctuated by an incredible jungle backdrop.

Part of the magic of this beach lies in just how unexplored it is. With an extraordinary landscape with golden sand and ocean views that stretch as far as the eye can see. Spend your time birdwatching, hiking down nature trails, and exploring well off-the-beaten-track. With all due respect to mountain people, there’s simply nothing in this world like a beautiful beach.

Africa National Parks

Kenya Park

Kenya is a country in Africa. It is also considered one of the most popular destinations for tourists from around the world. The country has many national parks, which are protected areas where humans can reside but don’t interfere with the natural environment. These parks provide a place for people to enjoy nature and learn about conservation.

There are seven national parks in Kenya, and they span most of Kenya’s land areas.

  • The largest of these parks is Amboseli National Park, which spans over 2,500 square miles.
  • Other national parks include Sema Hills National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, and Tsavo National Park.

The National parks provide the public with natural resources and recreational opportunities such as camping, hiking, wildlife watching, and eco-tourism activities such as horse riding and game hunting among others. However, living in a National park has some restrictions such as keeping livestock at low densities and not cutting trees or bushes inside the park’s boundaries. All animals found in the national parks are indigenous to Kenya.

Tanzania Park

Tanzania is counted as one of Africa’s prime game viewing areas, which is a home to a number of stunning and diverse wildlife. One of the Africa’s largest countries, Tanzania has a number of National Parks and Game Reserves, which lays a great platform for enjoying adventurous and exciting safari expeditions. The National parks and wildlife reserves in Tanzania serve as one of the major tourist attractions.

Except for non-indigenous animals such as black rhinos introduced by European settlers at Amboseli National Park decades ago. The black rhinos have flourished at Amboseli; today there are over 500 black rhinos at this park alone!

The white rhino was once abundant in Africa but now only four thousand remain due to poaching for their horns fueled by demand from China for powdered rhino horn also called “red Horn”. Used in traditional medicine believed to cure cancer and other serious diseases. At present, there are only two hundred fifty white rhinos left in Africa. All of them were found at Kruger National Park in South Africa.



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