AFRICA: OPEN FOR ALL TYPES OF TRAVEL EXPERIENCES
For more than half a year now, tourism in Africa has come to an end. Hotels and restaurants are closed, attractions are closed, ports and seas are about to close and flights are down. As CoVID-19 disease declines, countries are constantly increasing their restrictions around our beautiful world. Many well-known destinations are opening up the border in an attempt to rebuild their sophisticated economy.
I am looking for an African contractor who is diverse and full of cultures, traditions, landscapes and history. Bloggers and travelers share their experiences from three African countries, as opposed to international cities like Cape Town, close proximity to camels in Namibia and enjoying the rich culture of Kenya to ensure that a trip to Africa is ‘appropriate’ for your trip. recently CoVID-19.
Kenya exhibits its people, variety, food, culture, wildlife and landscape. Msungwana, a well-known South African and well-known film blogger, has set up her Instagram page as one of the best and most influential pages of African news, news and photography. They once shared their experiences in Kenya and the only words I use to describe their experiences were ‘strange culture’. In his social networking site he remembers visiting the Masai village in Amboseli National Park and learning about their cultural values. Despite their studies, development and Western culture, they explain that the Amasai have seized their cultural heritage, making it a symbol of Kenyan culture.
He then forced himself to walk along the Tana River in central Kenya, one of the most exciting things on the river. The wildlife of the wilds brought with it many difficulties with the cleverly designed and carefully designed tools. The fun he shared was with the UK military which often comes during training.
He was impressed when he visited a small town on Lamu Island, which is part of Kenya’s Lamu Islands, where donkeys have access to a cause. the roads are so narrow that cars cannot move. It is estimated that there are 6,000 donkeys on the island and only two cars. Donkeys are the primary means of transporting goods, people and are also used in agriculture. The Annual Donkey Competition is the culmination of the Lamu Cultural Festival, which takes place every November.
Kenya since August 1 also opened up foreign visitors. Requirements for entry include the introduction of negative PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) tests. Travel to Kenya to share in its purest form, Kenya’s ongoing tours have more than a century of hope, filled with tales of love journeys, dangerous journeys and cultural pioneers.
When you think of a desert, you think of an inaccessible place, not the person you see, and I speak in silence. You may wonder why anyone on earth would want to go to such a place. The regions of Namibia are surrounded by tranquility and tranquility and the lack of beauty that leaves one wondering, with deep energy, inspiring experiences, courage and fun experiences, and what more could one want from a vacation?
Tebogo Masombuka, a 30-year-old tourist from the African continent, shares with us the sand but the happy crown of his birth in Namibia. He spent his days hiking on the beautiful rocks of the Namib desert enjoying the brave, fast-paced, bicycle ride in the desert which gave him the opportunity to relax and unwind with a hamburger on top of being a camel through the desert. He described it as fun to walk in the desert with the animals in peace.
Namibia’s main airline reopened on September 1, 2020 and now allows foreign visitors to arrive. All attendees are required to submit a valid PCR test no later than 72 hours, and must be re-tested after 7 days in Namibia (after a minimum of seven days).
On a recent holiday to celebrate my 28th birthday, I went to Cape Town for the first time. The sheer number of people there is indisputable! On my way, I covered from Stellenbosch to Franschoek, and ended well in Cape Town.
Craft art, wine, food and culture – a proper description of Stellenbosch! As South Africa’s second oldest city, the scattered granite mountains and lush vineyards are lined with straight lines, and the direct routes to various destinations – which is why it is one of the best and most beautiful places I have ever been to South Africa. If it’s the wine tasting you’ve been to in Stellenbosch, and the wine tasting you’ll find, there are also ‘ways’ you can cater to different tastes and wines mixed with ideas and visually appealing places.
Another great place to visit in Cape Town to get a good view is Cape Point. It has a very scenic view. Easy access to the site, these rocky outcrops offer spectacular views, breathtaking views of the waterfront, and great distance experience. If you are looking for a better view of the Cape, walk to the lighthouse and you will be amazed by the natural beauty around it.
South Africa moved to the closing level at Level 1 on 21 September 2020. This has brought added relief to the current situation, and reduced travel to the country. Some countries are still considered to be at high risk of CoVID-19 at the moment so visitors from these are not allowed to enter South Africa at the moment, despite the opening of the border from 1 October 2020. For a list of countries at risk please visit https: // www.southafrica.net/gl/en/trade/category/coronavirus-covid-19-south-african-tourism-update/business-south-african-tourism-at-work. International flights are limited to three major airports in the country. …
Travel from unselected countries will not be banned from entering South Africa permanently but is currently prohibited. Permits to travel to South Africa from these countries will be reviewed on a regular basis as the most vulnerable forms in the country can be converted to low or medium risk. All travelers to this country must comply with the rules, such as:
- Wear tight-fitting masks at all times
- Social isolation should be done regularly
- Frequent washing or cleaning of hands
- Side effects of COVID-19 no more than 72 hours from the time of departure should be reported
There are 54 African countries that one can visit in Africa. From the city of electricity and art, Lagos in Nigeria to the most peaceful country in Africa, Mauritius. Whether you’re looking for fun safaris, enjoying beautiful scenery and the spirit and culture of Africa, or enjoying days of relaxation on the hot beach, the contractor has it all!