We all know that traveling is an adventure and we take time to plan and schedule where to go to discover, enjoy and learn things on your way to the destination but what’s really behind the motive that makes one want to travel for adventure?
In most cases people don’t have a habit to travel for adventure and one finds that a year ends without having a spare time to take a trip to travel somewhere in Africa or elsewhere and surprisingly it may not because of not having a budget for it but a real question is “What will you benefit if you take a trip to Africa?”.
1. Educational purposes
Africa is the continent which is blessed with a lot of history that people don’t don’t know about and if they know but not with a lot of details about it. In Africa is where you can find historical memories of the continent in the priceless museums.
2. Making new friends
As technology emerges day-to-day which makes it easy people to communicate with one another regardless of the continent/country that the other person/group of people are in. Now, traveling to Africa this will mean that meeting penpal friends face to face and exchange or share ideas instantly without a need for internet to facilitate the communication.
3. Decorative materials
Africa is a developing continent but when you take a trip to the continent there’s something that will amuse you and that’s to have the opportunity to buy on the spot at an affordable price compared to if one would have ordered it online or buy from markets that imported the product(s).
4. The hospitality of the people
This is something that many may not know that the continent (Africa) is that its people are blessed with kindness, good customer care, humbleness and even ready to help whenever needed. If you travel to Africa and fail to learn at least 20 words from the native language of a particular tribe then you can consider yourself that you didn’t take a trip to Africa.
5. Business opportunities
As a continent which is developing it is evidently that various opportunities can be found and invested and gain something out of what has been invested. This will also mean that job opportunities to the local residents will be created hence developments around the area will be established.
Africa is one place that when you visit you won’t leave the same way you came. “A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles” – Tim Cahill.