Country Information

ATTA® currently have members based in all the African countries listed below. We have provided some key facts, climate information, interesting dates for your diary and where possible, contacts for the relevant countries tourism board / marketing organisation.

You will also find featured, recent news and webinars for each country along with (for ATTA® members) each countries current COVID protocols. 



Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. With a full 38 % of its total land area devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas travel through many parts of the country has the feeling of moving through an immense Nature wonderland. For the most part parks are unfenced, allowing animals to roam wild and free. Botswana is a rarity in our overpopulated, over-developed world.

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From ancient ruins and temples to monolithic churches and fairytale-like castles, Ethiopia is a treasure trove of unique historical, natural and cultural gems, just waiting to be explored. Ethiopia boasts no less than nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites - including the sacred rock churches of Lalibela and the magnificent Simien Mountain National Park, and is home to the fascinating tribes of the Omo Valley.

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Kenya offers diverse magical experiences no matter where you choose to travel and sometimes being spoilt for choice. The warmth of the Kenyan people could only make you visit to the country more memorable.

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Described as the ‘Warm Heart Of Africa’, Malawi is a genuine hidden gem - small but beautiful, varied, welcoming & uncrowded with tourists. It is the unique combination of thrilling safaris, stunning landscapes, amazing beaches and the warm & friendly people that make it one of the most complete destinations in Africa.

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With over 2,500km of pristine and untouched coastline, Mozambique is the perfect secluded beach destination with award winning luxury island hideaways and intimate bespoke villas. Experience swimming with wild dolphins, diving with Manta Rays or snorkelling with majestic Whale Sharks in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean or, for the cultural enthusiasts the art deco inspired capital of Maputo and the beautiful ruins of Ilha de Mozambique, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Namibia one of Africa’s best kept secrets, where you can climb the highest sand dunes in the world, descend to the floor of the deepest canyon in Africa, immerse yourself in the past at one of Africa's richest rock art sites, and watch wildlife shimmer against one of the most spectacular pans on earth. Explore the oldest, driest desert in the world and take time to listen to the silence and to your soul.

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Republic of Congo

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Known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains.

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São Tomé and Príncipe

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The Seychelles archipelago is 115 islands scattered across the western Indian Ocean, 115 islands of pristine beauty unaltered since the dawn of time. Islands where magnificent granite boulders amongst the oldest on Earth, flank powder-soft beaches often rated among the most beautiful on the planet.

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South Africa

With Portuguese, Dutch and British invasions and colonialisation, South Africa has a rich and varied history. Fought over for its natural resources including diamonds and gold as well as being a strategic port on the Silk Route, South Africa has been colonised since the 1600s. The current population stands at around 56 million and tourism forms a key part of the economy. The wildlife and landscapes are unparalleled and draw millions of tourists per year.

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Sudan is one of Africa's most mysterious destination. Its history has always been entwined with the great Nile river and interconnected with neighbouring countries. Its archaeology, natural landscapes, deserts and warm people are still untouched by mass tourism. Here, where there are more pyramids than in Egypt, the Black Pharaohs wrote the history of the ancient Nubia.

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Saint Helena

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Stretching from Uganda in the north to Mozambique in the south, Tanzania has a hugely varied geography. From deep, large freshwater and salt lakes, many National Parks and Africa's highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m or 19,341 ft), Tanzania is home to some 20% of the species of Africa's large mammal population. An ancient country, the Olduvai Gorge (found in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area) is where many of the oldest fossils and artefacts on this earth have been found.

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The Gambia

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A multicultural country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria - the principal source of the great River Nile. Known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’, Uganda is abundant wildlife such as Chimpanzees, Gorillas, famous Big 5 at our 10 Savannah parks, and 1000+ rare bird species.

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Best known as the Home of the Victoria Falls and the legendary African walking safaris, Zambia is a country that offers an authentic African experience, laden with an abundance of wildlife in it's natural habitat and cultural breadth. Lesser known for it's diversity of safaris from 4x4, boating, kayaking, productive night drives and seasonal hides with expert guides.

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Semi Autonomous Archipelago of islands off the coast of Tanzania. A rich history of seafaring and trading, still very authentic with subsistence farming and fishing. Well known for it's fascinating history, architecture, beaches and clear warm waters. Lesser known for exploring the outlying islands, diversity of flora and fauna found in the indigenous forest and rare red colobus monkeys.

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Zimbabwe is a song which, once heard, is never forgotten; a mood to suit needs of any soul, any time; a spell that binds all those who know her. Her voice brings forth many melodies; to soothe, quicken and excite every business traveller and make them feel at home.

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