Country Fact Sheets
We have gathered the most important travel information for the Southern African countries, which Nyati Safari currently travels to incl. South Africa, Mozambique, Mauritius, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Here you can find the most important country facts and relevant tips incl. facts about currency, visa, language, traditions etc. You can also find a lot of relevant information in Frequently Asked Questions /FAQ).
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Botswana is an amazing safari area and known for the Okavango – the world’s largest inland delta with a unique flora and fauna. The red Kalahari Desert covers 66% of the country and 17% of it are National Parks, of which Chobe National Park is the most impressive. Chobe Nationalpark is known to have the greatest variaiton of wild animals and is especially known for “The Big 5” and the biggest concentration of elephants with more than 120.000 elephants living here. Experience great herds of elephants gathering by the banks of the Chobe River to drink, tumble and take their mud baths by the shore. Read more
Mauritius is a true beach paradise with white sandy beaches, coral blue Ocean and an amazing marine life. The island is stunning, the climate is tropical and the hotels are in a league of their own offering luxury beyond your wildest dreams. Read more
The country of Mozambique is an exciting fusion of portuguese, indian, arabic and of course african culture, but most importantly the country is famous for it 2.500 km of perfect coastline with some of the best beaches in Africa. We recommend travelling to the village of Vilanculos, which is easily reached by plane from Johannesburg. Here you will find the Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary, which preserves an area with the greatest biodiversity both on land and at sea worldwide. The sanctuary encompasses a mosaic of wetlands, mangrove swamps, coral reefs, small islands, tidal mudflats, salt marshes, freshwater lakes, estuaries, tree and scrub forest on the coastal dunes, savannah and miombo woodlands. Explore the untouched and stunningly beautiful underwater universe with over 800 species of fish and ample opportunity to spot several species of whales, dolphins and even the endangered and very rare dugong. You will stay in your own private beach paradise, with 10 kilometers of private beach as far the eyes can see. Read more
Diversity and great contrasts are what characterizes South Africa. The country is often known as “a whole world in one country”, due to its geographical variation. South Africa offers everything your heart desires for the perfect vacation: Breathtaking Mountains, lush vineyards, impressive coastlines with fantastic beaches, cosmopolitan big cities, idyllic villages and of course all the wild animals in their natural environment. Read more
Zanzibar offers white sandy beaches, azure sea and a rich cultural heritage from a millennium with both African, Indian, European and Arab influences. In 2000, the historic town of Stone Town was taken on UNESCO's World Heritage List and, as a major producer of spices, Zanzibar is also known as Spice Island. Read more.
“The land of many rivers” is especially known for the Limpopo River and the Zambezi River, which give life to the magical Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls was discovered by Dr. Livingstone in 1855 and is considered one of the seven wonders of the World. Today people flock here from all over the world to experience these spectacular waterfalls. Read more