After 2 years of writing, my backpacking Africa e-book is finally here! Introducing…
The Independent Traveller’s Guide to Backpacking Africa
Thinking about travelling to Sub-Saharan Africa? Looking for some help in planning and preparing for your trip? Then you’ve come to the right place!
I’ve been travelling to Africa for the last 12 years – as a backpacker, as a solo traveller, on group tours, private tours, overland tours, as a volunteer, with my partner, self-driving and as a tour leader.
Over that time I’ve had many adventures, made plenty of mistakes, made a ton of friends, had lots of fun and learned a lot about African countries, cultures and wildlife.
And I want to help you do the same (minus the mistakes)!
All for the bargain price of £10.99! With lifetime updates!
What’s Included in the Independent Traveller’s Guide to Backpacking Africa
Planning Your Trip
- How to Save Money
- How Long to Travel For?
- Where to Go
- Itinerary Planning
- Country by Country Guides
- When to Travel
- Choosing Your Travel Style
- Solo Travel vs Tours
- Itinerary Planning
- Best Solo Traveller Destinations
- Booking Your Flights
Preparing to Go
- Entry Requirements
- Pre-Trip Health Preparations
- Staying Healthy on the Road
- Organising Your Finances for Travel
- Staying Connected
- Things to Book in Advance
- Preparing Your Documents
- Packing Tips
- My Complete Africa Packing List
When You Are There
- Arriving in Africa
- Getting Around
- Types of Transport
- Border Crossings
- Health & Safety
- Common Scams
- Activities & Safaris
- Volunteering & Working
- Responsible Travel
- Cultural Considerations
- Life on the Road
- Food & Drink
- My Top 5 Africa Travel Tips
Plus much, much more! With over 300 pages, this book contains pretty much everything I know about travelling Africa in an authentic, safe, fun, adventurous and ethical way.
Country Guides: Benin, Botswana, Eswatini, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
Resources: My favourite resources for planning a trip to Africa, plus over 300 accommodation recommendations for my favourite hostels, lodges, hotels and campsites.
My Story: How I went from someone who had never been travelling before, to backpacking Africa solo, starting my travel blog and running an Africa tour company.
Lifetime Updates: After you buy the book, it’s yours forever and you will get free updates each time I update the book.
Facebook Group: You will also get access to the private Rock My Adventure Facebook group!