Top 10 Places to Visit in Africa
You might not have known the fact there are some great places to visit in Africa. Despite being the hottest continent and comparatively weaker economies, there’s a great list of places to visit there in Africa. Check out our list of top ten places to visit in Africa and make your trip accordingly.
1.Abu Simbel in Egypt
Abu Simbel is the two massive rocks located near the border of Egypt with Sudan in Abu Simbel. Many tourists come to Egypt to see the world-famous temples. These two temples are carved on a mountainside they are built like a domed basketball court, where the stone cubes occupy a section under the dome. The temple consists of halls and rooms, which have an area of 185 feet. Abu Simbel is considered to be the most recognized monument of ancient Egypt.
If you are visiting Africa then a trip to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro is a trip of a lifetime. Mt Kilimanjaro is the world’s highest free-standing, snow-covered equatorial mountain, with three volcanic cones. Mt. Kilimanjaro is situated inside the Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania with a height of 5,895 meters. Mt. Kilimanjaro is well known for its beautiful mountain vegetation, abundant birdlife, and plentiful game.
3.Victoria Falls on the Zambia – Zimbabwe Border
Victoria Falls is a waterfall located in southern Africa, between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls on Zambia is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world and it is the largest fall in the world. In Zambia you can also enjoy your trip by Quad bikes and Fishing which are only done in Zambia, Most of Victoria Falls can be seen from Zambia, and Multi-Day white water rafting trips are mainly done on this side. Zambia village is an excellent place to buy inexpensive souvenirs. You can get figures of animals and walking sticks carved in wood, sculptures made of stone, pottery, hand-painted fabrics, basics, and lots of jewelry made of jasper and malachite.
4. The Great Pyramids at Giza Egypt
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest pyramid located at El-Giza, Egypt. The pyramids of Giza are the largest of three pyramids and the only surviving Ancient Wonder of the World. They are the most famous tourist attractions in the modern world. The pyramid is 756 feet long on each side, 450 feet high, and is composed of 2,300,000 blocks of stone, each averaging 2 1/2 tons in weight. The Pyramid is absolutely enormous they are listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
5. Fish River Canyon in Namibia
The Fish River Canyon, situated along the lower reaches of the Fish River, is one of the most impressive natural beauties in the southern part of Namibia. It is 100 miles long; it stretches south from Seeheim down to the Orange River which forms the border between Namibia and South Africa second largest canyon in the world. The Canyon include wild horses, mountain Zebra and Kudu, has moreover 60 bird species are present there.
6.Sossusvlei in Namib Desert Namibia
The Namib Desert is located in southwest Angola, Namibia. The huge red sand dunes at Sossusvlei are the most popular and visited tourist attraction in Namibia. The Namib Desert is one of the oldest deserts in the world. The desert has an amazing variety of wildlife. While a visit to Namib doesn’t remember to visit Kulala Desert Lodge, Kulala Tented Camp, Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp, Sossusvlei Mountain Lodge, Wolwedans Dunes Lodge.
7. The Masai Mara, Kenya
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is located in south-western, Kenya. The Masai Mara is the most popular reserve in the whole of Africa that was established in 1961. The aim of The Masai Mara is to protect wildlife from hunters. The Masai Mara is best known for its beauty and abundant wildlife.
8. Cape Town
Cape Town is the most populous and Mother city of South Africa. One of the best ways to enjoy the spectacular scenery in and around Cape is Town’s Table Bay, Camps Bay beach, and Cape Town City. You can also enjoy Felix Unite Corporate Activities, Rose Lodge, Barron Charters, Golf Tours, Fantastic Racing, etc.
9. Djenne, Mali
The Djenne Mali was found in 800AD and is the oldest city in Africa. It was situated on an island in the Niger River Delta. The Great Mosque of Djenne has its own attraction for tourists as it is the largest mud-brick building in Djenne, Mali. The mosque was built in 1907 and is constructed by many architects.
10. Valley of the Kings – Egypt
The Valley of the Kings is located in Egypt, which consists of East Valley and West Valley. The Valley of the Kings in Upper Egypt contains many of the tombs which include Tutankhamun and Ramesses.