This essay seeks to analyze tourism activities in the African Sub-Saharan cultures from a geographical perspective. From the maps provided, we realize that stretches from right below the Sahara desert down to South Africa. A number of civilization began in these areas because of trade by the Arabs and visits by the European explorers. Civilizations began in areas around the red sea in the eastern part of Africa being trade relations with the Arab countries started from those particular areas. They traded with countries in the Middle East and from India as well. This pre-colonial civilization period was marked with several explorers and missionaries from the European countries. This period was marked with massive trade by the Arabs, which led to emergence of cities and towns especially along the coastal regions and around rivers in West African kingdoms. Civilization and trade links spread slowly to Southern, East, Equatorial, and West regions of Sub-Saharan nation.Considering the fact that tourism is one of the major sources of income in the Sub-Saharan nations, one would actually be interested in tourists’ interests in their visits to these countries. Most of the tourist are found to be much more interested in the wildlife than the remaining culture of the inhabitants. In the essay, my interest besides exploring the civilization of these realms before the colonial powers is how some itinerary human interest would be added to the tourists’ agenda in their visits. Despite most people associating Sub-Saharan Africa with safaris, culture is also very important aspect of the areas diversity. The group’s itinerary is so rich and interesting as it is from the maps. They can possible try adding human interest to this by performing cultural arts and traditional activities like dancers. This would attract even more tourists as they are interested in learning the African culture besides wildlife. After the colonization of Africa, a period referred to as decolonization period, the number of Arab and European increased as can be observed from the map. Culture being the character, they contribute to the Worlds diversity.Sincerely speaking cultural practices are usually experienced in the villages back at homes with traditional setups. After migration, different groups of lingual travelled and occupied different locations in Africa. Some groups as it can be observed from the map occupied the south others west some, north, central and lastly the eastern sides of frica as it can be observed in map three. Towns developed in the time when trade started emerging in the Sub-Saharan Africa with Arabs forming trade routes as shown in the map. Centers developed along the trade routes and the towns were used as the major exchange locations. The Arabs would come with their goods, Africans too with theirs. Due to continued trade and colonization, which came later, the small centers developed to towns. The Europeans mostly occupied towns and with time, the Africans too moved to towns in search of employment. After decolonization, the towns solemnly remained occupied by the Africans who adopted the European culture. Because of the adoption of the western culture in the large cities, villages remained the major evocative places where cultural practices had effect. The villages have remained resilience in proving that cultural practices are part of their identity. In most of the African community set ups, it is evident that large towns lack cultural practices that can identify them with a given group of people while villages have always remained perfect in this art.