Your Southern and East African Bucket list
March 15, 2013
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Check out this great infographic that was developed by the people over at Mahlatini Travel. I would love to do my own African bucket list, but it would just be too hard trying to fit it all in.  It  just reminds me that I have so much more to explore in Africa.

African Bucket List


 Is there anything missing? For me, Malawi should be in there somewhere, I’ve been twice and its the most amazing country. Even though I haven’t been there yet, I would add Malawi’s Mumbo Island, a honeymooner’s paradise. I can see myself spending days soaking up the sun, kayaking the lake, and romantic nights under the stars. Would be really difficult to decide which of the above to replace it with though.

What would you add on your Southern & East African bucket list? Leave your suggestions in the comments below…



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There are 5 comments

  • Roxanne says:

    Pretty good list here. Seeing gorillas in Uganda or Rwanda is still on my bucket list. I’m also planning a bird-watching trip to Nyika National Park in Malawi and would love to visit the food souks of Morocco (but of course that’s not in southern or east Africa). One fabulous destination I’ve been to and think should be on everyone’s bucket list is Etosha National Park in Namibia, to see big elephant herds and thousands of flamingo.

    • mzansigirl says:

      Thanks for the feedback Roxanne. I really want to see the gorillas. I haven’t been to Etosha either, but its definitely high on my list.

  • This is going to sound a bit minor in comparison…..but I would like to visit Nieu Bethesda on New Years Eve for the lantern parade.

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