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Cheap Flights to Africa

Africa is the world's second-largest continent, spanning 4,504 miles from Tripoli in the North to Cape Town in the South. Each year, more than 55 million travelers fly to Africa to visit stunning natural attractions such as Table Mountain, Victoria Falls, Mount Kilimanjaro, and Kruger National Park.

Whether you are looking for a safari adventure, a quiet ocean-side retreat, or an urban cosmopolitan experience, Africa has a wealth of intriguing travel destinations. With 54 countries and a number of contrasting metropolitan areas to choose from, there are many options when it comes to planning your trip to Africa.

Finding Flights to Africa

When planning your flights to Africa, you will find there are many major international airports to choose as your point of entry. When you have decided what region or country you wish to visit, you may select direct flights from major U.S. cities to OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg, Cairo International Airport (CAI), and Kotoka International Airport (ACC) in Accra, Ghana.

Tambo International has perhaps the largest influx of foreign travelers in the continent and is a great starting point for your African adventure. There are a number of airlines that operate cheap flights to Africa that are directed through Johannesburg. The airport is located east of the city center, which is easily accessible by taxi. You also have the option of using the Gautrain, which is a rapid transit train providing access to Johannesburg and its suburbs as well as the South African capital of Pretoria. Tambo International is about a four-hour drive to the world-famous Kruger National Park, where you can stay on a game reserve and enjoy serene safari experiences. There is a well-established network of connecting flights to most other major African cities. Be sure to book online to find cheap flights to Africa for your upcoming trip.

Sights to See in Africa

Because of its size, Africa has an astonishing variety of options when it comes to choosing where to visit and what to do. Some of the most popular destinations include the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, the Atlas mountains in Morocco, and the Serengeti in Tanzania. Each has been listed on major lists of natural wonders and provides a stunning backdrop to your trip. If you are interested in visiting resort destinations, look into flying to Lake Manyara in Tanzania, Sun City in South Africa, or Mara Serena in Kenya.

Tips for a Vacation in Africa

When it comes to planning your trip to Africa, you may consider dates that coincide with some of the continent's world famous festivals and events. The Lake of Stars festival in Malawi is often touted as one of the greatest cultural events in the world. Held each year toward the end of September, this festival showcases region musical acts, film screenings, art, and innovative lectures. For those spending time in South Africa's Mother City, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival is not to be missed. Since 2000, this March festival has featured the best in both local and international jazz artists, including performances from Jill Scott and Erykah Badu.
 

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