International Removals Africa
Moving to Africa is a walk in the park with WridgWays
We specialise in helping Australians moving to Africa
Moving to Africa? Relocating to Africa can seem quite daunting at first. What about the customs, laws, and other regulations that need to be taken into account? WridgWays can help you navigate through all the challenging aspects of a move. We can ensure your international move is compliant with customs and hassle-free.
Our staff of international removalists can take care of all necessary logistics and planning. Our variety of relocation services include packing and secure storage, so you don’t need to worry about the logistics. We’ve got everything covered for moving to Africa.
International removals to Africa are easier with WridgWays
We’ve been helping Australians moving to Africa for over 125 years. We’ll guide you from closing the door of your old home to opening the door of your new place in Africa.
Moving Support in Africa
We have local offices spread across Africa. There’s always WridgWays staff available to help you move. No matter what country you’re relocating to, our network of international removalists is there.
Local Area Guides
When you first move to a new area, it can be hard to find what you need. Our relocation service can create an area guide to let you know where essential services are located.
For international removals to Africa, it’s advised that you take out insurance for international freight. We can assist by offering appropriate options and fair rates.
125+ Years of Experience
If you want a stress-free international removal service to Africa, WridgWays are the company to call. We’ve assisted with international removals for over 125 years.
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Moving to Africa is easy with WridgWay’s suite of international removalist services
Why move to Africa?
Africa has a vibrant culture and is well known for its music and art. African art and crafts include sculpture, paintings, pottery, ceremonial headgear, clothing and jewellery. African music is rhythmic and often uses drumming.
As Africa has a diverse demographic, eating habits in the continent can vary. In some areas, it is common to eat starchy foods with meat and sauces. In other parts of Africa, meat is eaten far less, as livestock is considered a form of currency.
The most popular sport across the continent is soccer. However, rugby, cricket, cycling and athletics are also favoured. Every year, soccer clubs come from all over Africa to compete in the African Club Champions Cup.
There are many incredible natural wonders in Africa. You can go on a safari in Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and see the wildlife. Mount Kilimanjaro is a destination popular with climbers. Bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe are Victoria Falls. They are one of the most visited waterfalls in the world.
Your guide for moving to Africa
- Over 1,500 different languages are spoken in Africa. Swahili is the most common. French and English are also used throughout the continent.
- Africa is the second largest continent, by land area and population.
- The most populated cities in Africa are Lagos in Nigeria, Cairo in Egypt and Kinshasa in DR Congo.
- Africa is the hottest continent in the world, with dry sands and deserts making up 60% of the land area.
- Africa’s Nile River is the longest river in the world, at 6,650 km long, it crosses ten countries.
- In Central Africa, favourite meat dishes for locals are beef and chicken. Game meats such as crocodile, monkey, antelope and warthog are also eaten occasionally.