Choosing a travel destination at times proves to be a big challenge more-so due to a variety of mind-blowing destinations but if you are looking for a lifetime travel experience then you should consider traveling to Africa, the unbeatable home to wildlife, culture and hospitality.
Below are tips of two top destinations; Nairobi (Kenya) and South Africa.
Nairobi vs South Africa
The capital city of Kenya Nairobi has been bustling hub for things to do and see, and that does not change when the sun sets. When the sun goes down the city lights turn on, Nairobi is alive again with various wonders; workers going home, buskers, and tourist exploring.
1. Night Game Drives
The Nairobi National Park, one of the top Nairobi landmarks, is a must visit not just during the day but also at night .Night time is when the big cats come out to hunt. Oftenly, lions sleep during the day and hunt during the night and most of other wild cats are active just before and after the sun sets. So you also get an opportunity to observe the behaviors of these animals and record it! After retuning back to the park restaurant you are treated with meals and drinks. You will definitely forget you are only few kilometers away from the country largest city.
Nairobi is known for its large number of bars. This is the best way to pick oneself up after a long day activities. Most of these bars have a roof top or balconies where you can sit and explore Nairobi as you enjoy your drink. These bars most of them have restaurants and dance floors where one can enjoy there evenings to the fullest. Some of the well-known bars in Nairobi that will offer all types of beverages and mouthwatering foods are Lord dalamere , Gispsy Bar and Casablaca just to mention a few.
Visiting some of the theaters in the city is one of the greatest and enjoyable way to spend you evening. In theater rooms you will find every classic musicals and dramas you could think off, from our Kenyan best actors and playwrights. Some of the best theaters in the city include Professional Centre and Kenya National Theater that all theater lovers must visit when exploring the city at night.
South Africa is the only one street in the world which was one home to two Nobel Peace Prize winners i.e. Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
South Africa is responsible for most of the world’s mining and minerals. One of the most special things in South Africa is that it teamed up with Mozambique and Zimbabwe to create the largest game reserve in the world.