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As the second-largest continent on the planet and boasting 54 countries, Africa is home to a huge range of cultures, each with their own rich history, as well as a diverse range of wildlife and unforgettable landmarks. A cruise if the perfect way to enjoy this beautiful land.

Starting in the south, you can acquaint yourself with a myriad of fascinating creatures, such as hippos, elephants and buffalo at the Chobe River. If you travel further inland, you can find even more amazing creatures on a variety of safaris. 460 bird species live around the Chobe! Or, follow along the river to Victoria Falls, recorded as the largest sheet of falling water in the world- it is an absolute must see.

Travelling north, you can cruise along the famous River Nile, leading you all the way to the iconic Pyramids of Giza. Divulge yourself in history and culture as you explore a memorable part of Egypt, where the river played an important role in all aspects of Ancient Egyptian life, from farming to medical practice.

River cruises in Africa provide an opportunity to educated yourself about different cultures and animals, and learn their rich history.

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