Cheap Flights To Africa

Africa OffersBook By 29 May 2024
DepartingArrivalAirlineTravel datesPrice
LondonCairoTurkish Airlines15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£372.00
LondonDar Es Sala...Air France15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£460.00
LondonNairobiKenya Airways19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£473.00
LondonJohannesburgAir France15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£488.00
LondonAccraSn Brussels Airlines15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£491.00
LondonDakarAir France15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£505.00
ManchesterJohannesburgKlm Royal Dutch Airl21 Mar 2024 - 14 Aug 2024fr£522.00
LondonEntebbeEgyptair15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£528.00
LondonCape TownAir France15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£531.00
LondonCape TownKlm Royal Dutch Airl19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£540.00
LondonAddis AbabaKenya Airways19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£543.00
LondonLagosAir France21 Mar 2024 - 14 Aug 2024fr£600.00
LondonDurbanSouth African Airway24 Dec 2023 - 30 May 2024fr£946.00
LondonPort Elizab...South African Airway10 Jan 2024 - 05 Jun 2024fr£981.00
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The continent of Africa is home to some amazing countries in the world, and there is so much to see that it is a little bit difficult to know where to begin when planning to visit.

There are 54 countries full of breathtaking scenery, big cities, and small villages, and many hidden gems. It is a melting pot of cultures, and it is hard to define the continent as a whole because there is so much diversity and history.

The continent is full of natural beauty, from tropical coastlines and rainforests to deserts and mountains, Africa has it all. Whether you’re dying to experience the savannah of the Serengeti or the canyons of the Great Rift Valley, you’ll love Africa if you’re a nature lover.

Africa is also famously home to some of the best wildlife in the world, and elephants, hippos and lions all call Africa home. Heading out on safari is a lifechanging experience and one that will leave you full of wonder for the natural wonder of this great continent.

Here at Globehunters, we offer flights to a number of African countries, so whatever it is you’re dying to experience, we’re here to make sure you get the very best deal.

5 Things You Need To Know About Africa

Before you book your flights to Africa, there are a few things you need to know.

Time Difference: GMT -1 to +4
Currency: Varies between the different African countries, we recommend finding out the local currency for your destination
Native Language: There are hundreds of languages that are spoken across Africa. The traditional language families spoken in Africa are Afroasiatic, Nilo-Saharan, Niger-Congo, Bantu, Khoisan, Indo-European and Austronesian. There are about two dozen African countries where English is spoken an official language including Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Weather: Parts of Africa sit within all four of the hemispheres, and as a result, the weather varies across the continent.
Sales Tax: Varies by country, between 5% and 20%

Flying To Africa From The UK

Here are a few things you should know about flying from the UK to Africa, including flight time and entry requirements.

Flight Times

Considering how large the continent of Africa is, it comes as no surprise that the flight times vary a lot.

London to Johannesburg will take you approximately eleven hours direct while travelling from London to Accra could take you six and a half hours.

Entry Requirements

Most African countries will require you to hold a visa in order to visit, but the rules for obtaining one tend to vary.

You can visit South Africa for up to 90 days without needing to obtain a visa if you hold a UK passport. Parents travelling with children should be aware that they will need to carry the child(ren)’s unabridged birth certificate which lists the child’s details and both parents’ details, and in cases where only one parent is travelling with the child, an affidavit from the other parent or a death certificate will be required.

Several other African countries allow travellers with UK passports to obtain a visa upon arrival, while others will need to be applied for in advance.

If you are planning to visit Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda in the same trip, you can obtain an East African Visa which covers all three countries.

We recommend that you check the travel advice for the country you plan to visit before booking flights.

Airlines That Fly To Africa

The following airlines offer flights from the UK to Africa:

- British Airways
- Delta Airlines
- Emirates Airlines
- United Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
- American Airlines

Popular Routes

Popular routes from the UK to Africa include:

-Flights to Cape Town
Flights to Johannesburg
Flights to Lagos
Flights to Nairobi
Flights to Accra
Flights to Cairo

10 Africa Must-Dos

Africa is such a huge continent that it would be impossible to tell you everything there is to see and experience, but here are ten things to add to your bucket list to get you started.

- Go on safari
- Hike Mount Kilimanjaro
- Shop at a local bazaar
- Attend a local festival
- Visit the pyramids of Giza
- Enjoy a culinary tour of Morocco
- See Victoria Falls
- Go on a camel trek
- Watch the great migration
- Relax on a beach

Book Cheap Flights To Africa With Globehunters

So, if you’re ready to start planning your African adventure, be sure to check out our range of flights to Africa here at Globehunters to ensure you get the best deal.

When you book with us, your flights will be 100% IATA and ATOL protected to give you peace of mind when you travel.