At the core of Central Africa lies Rwanda. Its capital is Kigali, which is the biggest city in the country and the cleanest in Africa. The country does not border any large water body around, making it a landlocked country characterized by its numerous volcanic mountains in the North West.
Tanzania is home to two of the most iconic safari destinations in Africa – the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. The vast plains of the Serengeti are home to the Great Migration, an annual event that sees massive herds of ungulate follow the rains to greener and tastier pastures. The Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest inactive and unfilled volcanic caldera, is home to a huge variety of wildlife. Whatever kind of safari you’re after, you’ll find it here.
Uganda is the country in the heart of Eastern Africa. Uganda is said to be the Pearl of Africa as it hosts a fantastic landscape with spectacular wildlife. The various tourist attractions sites revolve around Game Reserves, National Game Parks, traditional areas, and the vast green provided by its tropical forests. Besides that, numerous activities would interest any tourist, including boat riding, game safaris, and trekking.
When visiting Africa, it is practically normal to mention Botswana, South Africa, or Kenya. The mention of Zambia then mostly raises a few eyebrows. However, in contradiction, the landlocked country constitutes some breath-taking sites that are an attraction to a tourist’s eye in Africa.