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Cheap Flights to Africa

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Cheapest flights to Africa

Cheap flights to Africa ? Look no further! It doesn’t make a difference whether you are looking to getaway on a journey or taking the routine yearly flight home to visit the family. TravelShopuk, being Flights Specialist for African destinations, offers unmatched arrangements to help you fly on a financial plan. Scan through our exceptional arrangements and book modest deal airfares and low-evaluated offers for flights leaving the UK. With an immense database of airlines and connections workable for Africa flights, you have the opportunity to fly from any major airport in the UK. These include London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, Bristol or New Castle airport. There are many direct and indirect flight options available to travel to African destinations. For more details you can give us a call or send us a query and we will assist you in your travel plans.

African Geography

Africa is the second largest continent in the world and also the second largest populated continent in the world. Africa is surrounded by the Indian Ocean to the southeast, the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the both the Red Sea and the Suez Canal to the northeast. It covers a mass area of approximately 30,370,000 kilometer square, having the highest point at Mount Kilimanjaro and the lowest point at Lake Assal.

African Climate

Climate of Africa ranges from subarctic to tropical. The southern and central areas contain both dense jungles and savanna plains. The northern half mostly consists of deserts. Africa is considered to be the hottest continent in the world with 60% of land surface is dry lands and deserts.

African Languages

The African continent is a hub of many languages. After the end of the colonialism, almost all African countries adopted their national languages that originated from outside the continent.  But mainly there are four major language families that are linked with Africa:

The Afro-Asiatic languages are a family of combination of 240 languages and 285 million people speak the language widespread throughout the North Africa, Horn of Africa, Southwest Asia and the Sahel.

Nilo-Saharan language

The Nilo-Saharan language family is made up of more than a 100 languages and is spoken by more than 30 million people. The language is spoken by ethnic groups in Ethiopia, Chad, Kenya, South Sudan, Nigeria, Sudan, northern Tanzania and Uganda.

Niger–Congo language

The Niger–Congo language family is all over the Sub-Saharan Africa and is considered to be the largest language family in the world in terms of different languages.

Khoisan languages

The Khoisan languages consist of around 50 languages and are spoken in Southern Africa by more than 120,000 people.