Delhi is the capital of India and it is one of the most intriguing places you can visit in India. The Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is the busiest airport in India in terms of passenger handling. Connectivity from Delhi to African countries is mostly by air. The most convenient and option on how to reach Africa from Delhi is by air
By Air: Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) operates flights to most African countries. Major airlines flying passengers to these destinations includes, Air India, Turkish Airlines, Etihad, Egypt Air, Royal Air Maroc, Air France, British Airways, Qatar Airlines, Alitalia, Saudia, Jet Airways, Lufthansa, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Gulf Air, Air Algerie, RwandAir, etc.
By Rail: There are no railway links that connects Delhi with Africa as of now. Once you’ve reached your chosen destination by flight, then you may use the railway transport in these countries. But even then railways aren’t the best of choices for local transport in Africa. Some countries do have a developed railway link. Like in Egypt where trains are used for public transport and have air-conditioned carriages. Morocco is also developing its rail network with French-styled high speed rail. In Kenya there is the Mombasa-Nairobi-Kisumu track that is popularly used by tourists for viewing the wildlife in the region.
By Road: There are no roads connecting Delhi to any of the African countries. Road transport is the best option when it comes to travelling within the African cities and countries. It is also possible to drive a rented car to get around many cities but it would be highly expensive. The best mode of road transport would be taxis, buses, hitchhiking, overland trucks, tuk-tuk, matatus, etc.