Your Private African Safari Guide Truth verses Travel lies about Africa  

Many people still believe that visiting Africa will expose them to tribes, wild animals wandering the streets, dirt roads, and temporary dwellings. The following post will provide you a more accurate persopective on this really unique and gorgeous continent, busting all of the generally held myths.

Male man from Surma tribe of Ethiopia Africa  cheetah climbs tourist vehicle in Masai Mara national reserve Kenya Africa

We gathered 15 facts about this enigmatic location in order to familiarize you with its true splendors. There is a bonus at the conclusion of the piece that will make you believe that everything is possible in Africa. There is no technical progress in Africa. for the recode just know Developing countries are normally thought of as those that are ‘not developed’ – i.e., they are yet to achieve the level of income, industrialization, life expectancy, etc. that characterizes a developed country. All African countries fall into this category.

  Johannesburg city south Africa Nairobi city Kenya Africa

Kigali City Rwanda Africa

Africa, is made up of developing countries. This does not, however, imply that the continent is still in the Middle Ages. 90% of Africans own a cell phone, and there are programmers who develop their own apps and gadgets. Local developers, for example, have established a service for farmers that includes cow breeding advice and disaster information. Furthermore, Africa has a well-developed manufacturing sector, with certain countries producing major machines such as vehicles.

 not the whole of Africa is hot as a desert. The climate of Africa is a range of climates such as the equatorial climate, the tropical wet and dry climate, the tropical monsoon climate, the semi-arid climate, the desert climate, and the subtropical highland climate

part of bwindi impenetrable national park bwindi impenetrable forest Uganda Africa  Democratic republic of Cong river with forested islands Africa

Sahara desert north Africa  section of Okavango Delta Botswana Africa

Three giraffe on with a background of mount Kilimanjaro Tanzania, Africa Africa

Africa is inhabited by wild animals

When people hear the word Africa, they often conjure up pictures of a sweltering, arid desert. Despite popular belief, the continent contains a vast expanse of tropical rainforest, Mount Kilimanjaro, and other snowy peaks, as well as savanna. Within Africa, all climatic zones are represented, and the average annual temperature does not surpass 81°F, even in the equatorial region. These wild animals reside in their natural habitat like National Park, game reserves and organized protected sanctuaries, game viewing is done by nature walks with a game ranger, game drive viewing is done by well trained safari guides and  park rangers

So many TV episodes, movies, and cartoons have shown us that Africa is home to dangerous animals that wander freely in nature and are capable of attacking humans. Most safaris, however, take place during the winter, when potentially harmful snakes and insects are dormant. The majority of wild animals currently reside in national parks. Human attacks are exceedingly rare, and nearly invariably result from individuals breaking park laws by intentionally trying to come into touch with the animals or hunting them.

A game ranger and Three tourist viewing an elephant during a nature walk in Africa  Tourists under a shade viewing a herd of buffaloes crossing a river in Africa

Tourists in an open jeep viewing a leopard walk along a game track in Africa  Tourists and a ranger guide sitting down viewing an Elephant in Africa

A game ranger talking to tourists during a nature walk shot stop in Africa

Africa has no cultural heritage.

When we think of Africa, we generally image a savage society devoid of culture or even history. Africa is rightfully known as the “cradle of civilization,” since it contains several old structures and other cultural relics that are meticulously preserved. Kenya, for instance, boasts over 200 architectural landmarks. In addition, several African countries have interesting museums that are financed by the government.

The Masai tribe of Kenya and Tanzania Africa  The Himba tribe of Namibia Africa

The Surma tribe of Ethopia Africa  The san tribe of Angola Africa

The Buganda tribe of Uganda Africa  The Lozi tribe of Zambia Africa

The Ik tribe of Uganda Africa The baluba tribe of Democratic republic of Congo Africa

The Shilha tribe of morocco Africa The Shilha tribe of morocco Africa

The Cushitic tribe of Tanzania Africa Zulu culture in south Africa

We are accustomed to hearing about new outbreaks of dreadful diseases in Africa via the media, and we have come to believe that the continent is riddled with them. In fact, the Ebola epidemic did not spread throughout the entire continent, but limited to Sierra Leone and its environs. Malaria is the second ailment that comes to mind when people think about Africa. Malaria-carrying mosquitos can exist, but they aren’t a threat if you follow a few easy safety precautions. Repellents, mosquito nets, and preventive medicines are among the precautions.

Africans live in huts

Not everyone in Africa lives in huts. This is a major fallacy, as large cities in Africa are built similarly to other megacities, with high-rise apartment buildings, skyscrapers, and business districts. African cities are particularly progressive due to their developed architecture and infrastructure. Some people, such as Bushmen, still live in huts, but they are few and far between.

The African language is spoken in Africa

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