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Best Adventure Holidays - Africa & the Middle East

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1Morocco
The Saharan dune field of Erg Chebbi undulates along the southern Moroccan border, near the small Berber village of Merzouga. Four-wheel-drive and camel safaris traverse this desert region, bringing you front and center with fine red sands piled up to 820 feet high and star-saturated night skies.
2Masai Mara National Reserve, Rift Valley Province, Kenya
Croc-filled rivers, acacia forests and grasslands cover this 200-square-mile reserve in southwestern Kenya, where jeep tours and hot air balloon safaris provide sweeping views. From July to October the wildlife-watching reaches a crescendo as 1.3 million wildebeest migrate into the park, predators in pursuit.
3Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
During the Great Migration, more than a million wildebeest and 200,000 zebras travel across these legendary East African savannas, an area the Masai call "the place where the land moves on forever." Game drives follow the search for sustenance, with most leaving from Arusha or Moshi.
4Kruger National Park, South Africa
A game drive in search of the Big Five - lions, leopards, cape buffalo, elephants, and rhinos - is only the start in this South African safari mecca. Hit one of four adventure trails in a 4 X 4 for a self-guided tour through the park, take a ranger-led bush walk or soar in a hot-air balloon outside its boundaries.
5Victoria Falls, Matabeleland North Province, Zimbabwe
More than a mile wide and averaging 328 feet deep, Victoria Falls is the planet's largest single curtain of falling water and the inspiration for numerous adrenaline-charged activities. Add to the visual rush with bungee jumping, whitewater rafting, helicopter fights, game drives or abseiling.
6Malawi
Safari on horseback, in a 4 x 4, on foot or by boat to take in Malawi's nine national parks and wildlife reserves, encompassing highlands and marshes. Lake Malawi attracts boaters, fishing enthusiasts, water skiers and snorkelers to its clear, fresh waters that house more than 400 fish species.
7Kilimanjaro National Park, Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania
The clock is ticking for the receding snows atop Kilimanjaro, so there's no time like the present to ascend its 19,336 feet. Although it's the highest freestanding mountain in the world, the trekking routes are manageable, traversing from tropics to Arctic. Look for elephants, primates and antelope around its lower reaches.