Top 5 African Travel and Outdoor Startups

top 5 african travel and outdoor startups

Africa is a beautiful continent with lots of opportunities for anyone willing to work hard. This is probably why so many people are choosing to build startup companies in this region of the world. Not only is Africa the land of opportunity, it truly is the future. With lots of room to grow, many new entrepreneurs are finding success in this amazing land. Today, we are going to take a deeper look at five of the most popular African startups in the travel industry.

 

Tastemakers Africa

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One of the most exciting African startups Tastemakers is changing the way people travel. This amazing new company will help you get off the beaten trail and visit less touristy countries like Rwanda and Ghana. For those who love to get away from it all and live like a local, this is the perfect opportunity. Tastemakers use technology to help change people’s perspectives about Africa and help them learn just how amazing it can be. Founded by Cherae Robinson, this company has a bright future in the travel industry.

 

TribalTourist

This travel startup has spent a lot of time educating people about Africa and its many nations. Build around a solid foundation, TribalTourist allows people to immerse themselves in all that Africa has to offer. Many of the guided tours offered by TribalTourist will allow you to spend several days or weeks with a local tribe. Here you learn a lot about the culture of the people and learn their traditions. If you love the outdoors, you will also be happy to find that TribalTourist has many different packages that will allow you to get out into nature.

 

TripOn

 

If you would love to travel to Africa but don’t want to go alone, then the startup company TripOn can help. Users of the new TripOn app can upload their pictures, create a profile and be matched with like-minded travelers. This is a great way to meet new friends and see what all Africa has to offer at the same time. You can choose to meet up at the destination of your choice and spend some time in the outdoors or explore the urban areas of many different African nations.

 

Wayfare

Would you like to learn about Africa but simply don’t have the money to travel? If so, then you are in luck! Wayfare is a different type of startup. The Wayfare app matches users with guides from around the world including Africa and lets them follow them around virtually for a week. A daily photo adventure helps keep things exciting. This is a great way to explore a new area of the world before setting off to see it in person.

 

Freedom Won

Last but not least, we have the African startup Freedom Won. While not a travel startup, it is directly related to the travel industry. Freedom Won has worked hard to develop the electrically powered vehicle for the wildlife tourism industry. Not only does Freedom Won help companies cut down on their carbon footprint, they also provide quite electric vehicles that do not disturb wildlife. Many different tour companies around Africa are using their vehicles. This company has a great reputation and has a bright future.

 

As you can see, each of these African startups has something different to offer. But what they all have in common is a need to help the world see just how beautiful the continent of Africa is and the people who live there. If you are looking to travel somewhere different this year, why not consider using one of these starts ups to get you there? You just might be surprised at what you’ll find when you go!