Africa is far too vast a continent to summarise in one paragraph, but suffice to say it encompasses a bewildering array of natural history attractions and geographical features, from snow-capped mountains, tropical coral islands and rolling savannah to misty rainforests, great rift valleys and massive volcanic craters. Reef & Rainforest concentrates on certain choice destinations in sub-Saharan Africa, each with its own particular species and offering a different raft of experiences from the others.
A small but perfectly formed West African island nation that’s well off the tourism radar, with virgin rainforests, warm people, great marine life and the highest avian endemicity of any country its size. Uninhabited until Europeans first arrived in 1470, São Tomé & Príncipe (STP) is the second-smallest country in Africa and practically unknown to … Continued
At just over 90,000 square miles, Uganda is one of the smallest countries in Africa yet possesses an incredible natural diversity often surpassing many of its larger neighbours. One of only four African nations boasting a list of over 1000 bird species, Uganda also holds a surprising 345 species of mammal (of which 20 are … Continued