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Top 10 Best Places To Visit in Africa

Best Places To Visit in Africa

Africa is a fascinating and diverse continent with much to see and do. There are many different landscapes, cultures, and wildlife to explore. My top 10 destinations for travelers who want to experience Africa’s beauty firsthand are the following.

Bazaruto Archipelago

Bazaruto Archipelago is a group of islands in Mozambique. It’s home to Bazaruto National Park, a protected area in the archipelago. The park was established in 1959 and covered an area of 1,226 km² (472 sq mi). The park’s climate is tropical and marine, with annual rainfall between 2 meters (6 ft 7 inches) and 3 meters (9 ft 10 inches).

The island has diverse flora and fauna, including many species of birds, reptiles, and mammals.

The Deadvlei

The Deadvlei is a salt and clay pan located in the Namib Desert in southern Namibia. The area was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004.

A water flood formed Deadvlei from an underground river during the rainy season (usually December to February). The erosion left behind large amounts of either clay or silt, depending on which water source created it: an underground aquifer or surface runoff. This creates flat areas that are incredibly low-lying but also very unusual because they can be as high as thirty meters above sea level!

Pyramids Of Giza

The Pyramids of Giza are a must-visit destination. They are one of the world’s seven wonders and have been added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. This makes them a fantastic place to visit for anyone who wants to experience some genuinely spectacular history and architecture. The pyramids are located in Cairo, Egypt, and can be reached by bus or train from many African cities.

Lamu Island, Kenya

Lamu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s easy to see why. It is a cultural hub of the Swahili Coast and is known for its beaches, coral reefs, mangroves, and rich history. The island has been inhabited since the 6th century BC; Arabs briefly occupied it in the 16th century before being driven out by the Portuguese, who built several churches on Lamu Island.

It’s worth noting that due to its proximity to Somalia and Kenya’s arid mainland coast, some parts of Lamu Island are off-limits for tourists after dark (and sometimes during the daytime too). Most stay at one of three resorts: Shela Beach House Hotel, Baitul Noor Resort & Spa, or Lunga Lunga House Hotel. You can also rent private houses if you want more space or privacy—we recommend this option because staying in one will give you a taste of what life might be like as an ex-pat living here long-term!

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater is a large volcanic caldera in north-central Tanzania, near the town of Ngorongoro. It is best known for its abundance of wildlife and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The crater formed 25,000 years ago when a massive volcanic eruption threw out more than 600 cubic kilometers (150 cubic miles) of magma and dusted half of east Africa with ash. The caldera measures roughly 30 kilometers (19 miles) in diameter and 488 meters deep at its lowest point. The crater walls have an average slope angle of 40 degrees and are nearly vertical.

Virunga National Park, DR Congo

Virunga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to the last mountain gorillas. This park is also home to over 130 species of mammals and more than 600 species of birds, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers. The diversity in wildlife here is impressive, with elephants, hippos, giraffes, zebras, and warthogs roaming the savanna grasslands while gazelles and buffalos graze alongside each other on open plains.

Victoria Waterfalls

Victoria Falls is a waterfall in southern Africa on the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is one of the natural wonders of the world. The falls are 1,708 feet (525 m) wide and 108 feet (33 m) high.

The falls were named after Queen Victoria by David Livingstone in 1855 when he explored southern Africa with his wife, Mary Moffat Livingstone.


Zanzibar is an island off the coast of Tanzania. It is part of the United Republic of Tanzania, which also includes mainland Tanzania.

Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region that maintains its parliament and president. The Zanzibari government has been in place since 1964.

Okavango Delta

You’ve heard about the great outdoors. You’ve heard about the wonders that lie within. But how do you get there? Well, it’s easy to see why many opt for a plane as their transport of choice. After all, what could be better than flying over a horizon full of rolling hills and lush forests?

Sounds pretty good. If so (and we’re sure it does), we have the place for you: Okavango Delta! It’s located in Botswana and is often referred to as “the world’s largest inland delta.” In addition to being home to some genuinely awe-inspiring wildlife, it also happens to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site—which means this place has been deemed worthy of preservation by international authorities!


Sossusvlei is a salt and clay pan situated within the Namib-Naukluft National Park of Namibia.

The name Sossusvlei means “the place where the water disappears.” The vlei is a white clay pan surrounded by rocky dunes, which reach heights of more than 300 meters (1,000 ft). The dunes move due to local climatic conditions. This movement creates cliffs on one side of the dune and an equally steep wall on the other. As winds blow from different directions at different times of year and speeds dependent on temperature and humidity levels, this causes dune movement that can be observed in Footprints left behind by tourists visiting Sossusvlei over time.


We hope you enjoyed this list of Africa’s best places to visit. Please feel free to comment below if you have any questions or suggestions!


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