Pack your bag and discover Africa!
From Mozambique’s sub-tropical waters to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Southern Africa offers a variety of breath-taking scenery to explore; the perfect adventure for adrenaline junkies and nature lovers alike.
1. Surf Angola
Angola is the perfect place to seek unchartered territory and experience a new frontier for surfers. With 1,600km of breath-taking coast, the warm waters of Cabo Ledo are perfect for those who enjoy uncrowded waves and unspoilt beaches. Facilities are basic, but for many that’s part of the attraction.
Namibia is a land of contrasts. Experience a fly in safari to see the ship-wrecks, rock formations, gem stone beaches and barren landscapes of one of the least visited places on earth, the Skeleton Coast National Park, or take in the thrills of the Namib Desert while sand-boarding on the 30km coastal dune belt between Walvis Bay and Skakopmund on specially adapted snowboards.
Fly SAA, Johannesburg – Windhoek (2:00)
Mount Kilimanjaro is the world’s highest free-standing mountain at an impressive 5895m above sea level. With six different official routes to the summit it’s considered to be one of the easier ascents, however, nearly a third of all climbers fail to reach the summit. Those who do get to experience four seasons in a week and witness the crater rim and lunar landscape standing at the very top of Africa.
Fly SAA, Johannesburg – Dar-es-Salaam (3:30)
Blyde River Canyon offers some of the best rock climbing in the world including numerous untouched rock faces yet to be explored. And what better reward after a climb than the exquisite scenery of shimmering waterfalls, valleys and lush forests—it’s not called God’s Window for nothing.
Fly SAA, Johannesburg – Mpumalanga (0:55)
The subtropical waters off Mozambique remain relatively unexplored, from the bay at Ponta do Ouro near the border with South Africa to remote diving around Pemba and the Quirimbas Archipelago in the north. The unspoilt coral reefs are home to over 6,000 species of fish while on a larger scale whale sharks, humpbacks and even the rare dugong can be seen cruising the waters.
Fly SAA, Johannesburg – Maputo (1:05)
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This article was in partnership with South African Airways