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Africa brings to mind a jungle where apes swing from trees and bananas hang from every tree. This may be an accurate description for some parts of the continent, but, there is a lot more to the oft misunderstood region. A holiday in Africa and the Indian Ocean will lead you on one adventure after another through jungles, rainforests, and deep blue waters.
A cheap Africa and Indian Ocean hotel deal will help save money, so that you have more to spend on souvenirs while shopping. If you want to save even more, consider bargaining for top dollar items. The best way to be successful while bartering is to offer brand name clothing as a trade for the items that you find to be extra special. Many African vendors would love to have a pair of Nike shoes in exchange for some exotic treasure.
Discounts may be available for cheap hotel deals in Cape Town. The area is close to airports and major highways for ease of movement when sightseeing. Find rooms that are spacious and comfortable to make you feel right at home. Prices are extremely reasonable and you can sometimes receive breakfast for free.
Shaba National Reserve is a top place to find your inner African adventurer. Book a wild African safari across the beautiful landscapes of this reserve where you will see wild elephants, giraffes, and possibly a few apes swinging from the vines. Reservations can be made for African safaris at the same time you reserve your hotel packages.
Tanzania and Madagascar offer a fantastic ocean getaway directly on the Indian Ocean. Madagascar is a remote island off the coast of Africa where you can find excellent hotel deals. It is surrounded entirely by the Indian Ocean for amazing views and a relaxing holiday. Ask about snorkeling and deep water diving while you make reservations for hotels.
Staple foods in Africa include plantains, green bananas, yams, and cassava. These are all locally produced and are essential to the survival of the people living in the region. There are some imported foods in Africa as the practice becomes more acceptable. You have the freedom to make the choice for yourself; however, the most authentic African food experience will come from eating meals that originate from the country.