Botswana, home to the Okavango Delta, is highly regarded by wildlife enthusiasts as a top safari holiday destination.
Egypt is packed full of sights to keep everyone busy from the Pyramids of Giza, to Nile cruises and temples, not to mention some world-class beach resorts.
Gambia is famed for its varied and accessible bird life, but probably best known for its palm-fringed Atlantic-washed beaches, along with nature reserves, quality hotels and craft markets.
Kenya is best known as a premier African safari destination in its iconic parks. However, Kenya's coastline also offers treasures of its own with excellent beaches and resorts of the Indian Ocean, perfect for a twin-centre holiday.
Most visitors travel to Mauritius to take in the stretches of coastline, water sports, luxury resorts and spa treatments, however there is much more to the Island than at first glance.
Discover Morocco's bustling souqs, visit the enchanting snow-capped Atlas Mountains and take in the sights of one of Africa's top tourist destinations.
The Seychelles islands could be described as being just about as close to paradise as possible, with crystal clear waters, pristine coral reefs and granite pinnacles emerging from the rainforest.
South Africa is one of the most diverse countries in the world with 11 official languages and a colourful population forming a patchwork of African, Asian and European culture. South Africa can offer the complete holiday experience with a huge variety of attractions, untamed wilderness experiences and natural splendour.
Tanzania is home to Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, and most famous national park, the Serengeti. The country provides an excellent range of tourist sights and activities for visitors.
Tunisia attracts two types of visitors: those that come for the sun-kissed beach resorts; and those who come to experience its archaeological wonders. No matter what your reason to visit, you will leave vowing to return.