Africa is a new trend of 2018
According to the United World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Africa showed 9% growth in tourism arrivals in 2017 compared to 2016, a larger increase than any other region in the world . Next year looks even more promising as more and more people come to realize that the continent is an incomparable destination for adventures of all kind.
African Travel, Inc. narrows down a bucket-list of five places that are trending in 2018:
This huge, sparsely populated country is never crowded because the government limits the number of people permitted in safari camps and game reserves. There are more animals than visitors, and poaching is rare so many endangered species that are hard to see in other countries are abundant here.
In addition to traditional land-based game drivers, water safaris are possible in northern Botswana’s network of lakes and rivers. Voyagers can canoe down the Chobe River and see elephants or take a boat safari in the Okavango Delta.