Here at Tours Africa, we believe that people are not made to stay in one place - we're made to wander everywhere until we find those missing pieces of ourselves. We also believe that life is about adventure, exploring, laughing, seeing, learning and traveling! These values form the foundation on which Tours Africa stands.
When Tours Africa was established, we worked extremely hard to bring our followers, clients, friends and fellow travelers the absolute BEST range of tours and activities throughout the country of South Africa. Our dedicated staff have always aimed to highlight our country to travelers, as we truly know the absolute wonders and beauty that are just waiting to be discovered.
Over time, we felt that we could push our limits even further and bring all of our traveler friends an even wider variety of offerings, so we provided you with vehicle hire and shuttle services. A couple of weeks ago, we took another leap and added accommodation into the mix!
While these upgrades on our website are exciting and we believe we are making your travel experience in South Africa that much more convenient, we have EVEN GREATER news! We have now brought in an absolutely fabulous tour in another country of Africa. It's not even located in the Southern Africa region, in fact it's located in EAST Africa! Isn't that thrilling? I know right, we're just super adventurous like that.
This tour is a 5 Day Tour in the country of Rwanda, where you'll embark on an exhilarating journey that takes you through the capital city, a rural village, Volcanoes National Park and trekking in rain forests with Mountain Gorillas and Golden Monkeys.
We urge you to go take a look at our latest addition (click HERE to view the tour) and please let us know what you think. We're certain that you're all going to love it! As a matter of fact, keep your eyes open for more new additions that are going to rock your socks!
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