Beaches, Safaris, Deserts, Islands, Adventure, Nature, History and diverse People and their customs
Southern Africa has in abundance, all this and so much more!
That is why you should choose Southern Africa as your preferred Business or Leisure Destination.
Acacia Travel is a specialist in the field of Southern African Destination Management
We formulate your entire planning and logistic process for your preferred trip, from departure, location, to pricing, we will package the most affordable adventure directly suited to your budget and specific individual requirements.
Southern Africa's travel destinations include Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. From the magnificent Cape, the majestic Victoria Falls to the vastness of the Namibian deserts - Southern Africa has something for everyone.
Acacia Travel t is a fully inclusive ground handling organisation for all areas of business and leisure tourism. We fully understand the absolute attention to detail encompassing the entire travel experience.
Contact us for a no obligation chat regarding your thoughts and how we could help you plan your ideal getaway.
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Some fun facts about Southern Africa
Four of the five fastest land animals live in Africa, the cheetah, which can run at an amazing 70km per hour, wildebeest, lion and gazelle.
Lake Malawi in Southern Africa is home to around 500 different types of fish. That is more than anywhere else in the world!
Africa is almost an island. Its only connection to other land is the tiny Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.
Southern Africa is the home of the Human species, which developed there about 5 million years ago.
More people are killed in Southern Africa by crocodiles than by lions.
Only three countries in the world are bigger than the Sahara Desert, Russia, Canada and China. The Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa covers an area larger than France.
The only street in the world to house two Nobel Peace prize winners is in Soweto, South Africa. Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu both had houses in Vilakazi Street