Will Smith’s Africa tour has left many falling in love with the continent.
The HollyWood actor who kicked off the tour in Serengeti, Tanzania has been to Egypt and then headed to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe where he bungee jumped, plunging several feet down to the waters of the mighty Zambezi River.
“He arrived here yesterday [Thursday] at around 1 p.m. with two other family members and his bodyguard,” said Shearwater Resort facility spokesman Clement Mukwasi. “He spent about an hour on the bridge touring and interacting with other tourists and locals before he left for Zambia as he had limited time.”
Mukwasi added, “Smith is a world-class star who is renowned in all pillars and is respected worldwide, so being with us proved that it is a safe and attractive place. He has a good reputation while also testifying that it is not only an African wonder but a world destination.”
Smith, who landed in Nairobi, Kenya and stayed only for a few minutes before heading to Tanzania, also showed the best of Africa when he visited Egypt, at the iconic pyramids of Giza as well as the ancient relics of Luxor and Aswan and the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.