International Flights to Africa
Purchase flights to Africa with FlightSite. Africa is a continent of vast contrasts and diverse cultures.
Experience extremes like an exhilarating African safari and the sun-drench
beaches in Cape Town. Make your way through the busy streets of Nairobi, and to
the luxurious island of Zanzibar.
Flights to Africa can be purchased on
all major airlines, either as a single trip, return trip, or as part of a holiday package. Fares range from
first-class to economy. Flights to Africa are frequent and travel around Africa
is fairly simple and affordable.
Most Popular Cities in Africa
1) Cape Town
Known for its beaches, wine farms and
mountains, Cape Town is South Africa's second largest city, and arguably its
most beautiful. Obviously, the main attraction to this city is Table Mountain,
but the entire city is buzzing with energy and creativity, and should be a
place everyone visits at least once in their life.
Nairobi is the capital and largest city
in Kenya. Boasting the Nairobi National Park, which is home to lions, rhinos,
hippos, etc, it is most definitely worth a visit. Make sure to check out the
Nairobi National Museum and the Kazuri Factory whilst you're in town.
The second largest city in Egypt and the
site of the incredible, archaic pyramids and the Egyptian Museum, Cairo is a beauty
to behold. Rich in historical wonder and culture, it is one of the most popular
cities on the continent.
Rich in vibrant colours, and located on
the coast of Senegal, Dakar is vastly attractive for holidaymakers travelling
to Africa. Visit the Grand Mosque, the Renaissance Monument and the Dakar
Cathedral to get a sense of the history of this beautiful city.
Known as the Red City, Marrakech is one
of the largest cities in Morocco. Wedged between the Atlas Mountains and the
Sahara Desert, it is steeped in natural beauty. Perhaps the most popular site
in the city is the Djemaa el Fna Square, which is famous for incredible street
performers and tempting vendors.
- Check all visa requirements before leaving.
- Pack light - one bag, that's it, and enjoy the sweet freedom of mobility.
- Avoid touristy restaurants - local hangouts often serve better, tastier food for far less money.
- Use a guidebook - don't travel Africa without prior research, make sure you have your bearings before you go.
- Adapt to African taste - make sure you try delicacies the locals have to offer in order to get the full experience.
- Wear a money belt - we know it might not look very stylish, but it's a great way to not lose your money or passports.
- Travel with a partner - to save money and share experiences.
- When visiting the markets bargain with vendors - they are usually willing to come down at least 25% on the initial asking price.