Being the second biggest continent in the globe, Africa is rich of amazing sites. It is the tour de force of gorgeousness. If you want to take photos for the remarkable forests and animals, bring you camera and head to Africa, as soon as possible. Take a tour in this astonishing environment. Africa has innumerable treasures to reveal. So, join a journey to discover the magic of this continent, and inspect the marvels of the wildlife there. If you decide to start this adventure, you should visit these places.
10 Table Mountain, South Africa:
Welcome to Cape Town! You can climb Table Mountain but you can reach the top only through Table Mountain Cableway. You will be safely transported from the station at the bottom to reach the top of the mountain. Just five minutes and you will enjoy the most attractive panorama in the world. If you feel hungry after this trip, there is a restaurant at the top of the mountain where you can have full meals. And if you are willing to send your friends and family a post card, there is a small shop at the top, too, where you can pick whatever you want from the most telling postcards.
9 Sossusvlei, Namibia:
It is situated in the largest reserve in Africa. It is the most fabulous attraction. Sossuvlei is characterized of the surrounding bulky red sandbanks. Sossusvlei is a big, salt and clay pan. You can access all the attractive surrounding, but you cannot reach the last five kilometers. It is the bane of the visitors’ lives!
8 Sahara dunes, Morocco:
This incredible landscape locates in the north of Morocco. Every spring, you can join Marathon des Sables in Tazzarine, where international runners used to have this marathon for a week. These golden dunes blot the western border of the Sahara Desert, in-between Morocco and Algeria. Get pleased with color change of the sands, if you climb the dunes at the sunrise or sunset. You can impersonate the Berber nomads of the Sahara, by experiencing the camel travelling.
7 Nyika Plateau National Park, Malawi:
Nyika is Malawi’s chief park that covers about 1250 square miles. The regular scenery reaches its utmost in the rainy season when about two hundred types of orchid flowers are crystal clear. In this park, leopards represent the biggest cluster in Central Africa and there are many minor mammals, including warthog. There are over 400 species of birds in this eye-catching park. It is the most relevant spot in Africa for the birdwatchers.
6 Sphinx, Egypt:
It is a symbol that reflects the essence of Egypt and its great civilization. You cannot be full with watching it in pictures only; you should meet it face to face. Sphinx has been in fact a puzzling marvel since the ancient Egypt. The most accepted theory of the builder of Sphinx argues that it was specially made by Khafre, the 4th Dynasty King. Its Egyptian face bears similarity to Pharaoh Djedefre, Khafre’s older brother.
5 Flamingos, Kenya:
Lake Nakuru in National Park embraces about one million flamingos; it is one of Kenya’s most etched-in-your-mind sights. High water enforced flamingos to depart from Lake Nakuru moving to Lake Bogoria. You will need a group of special photographers to have some shots to this spectacle.
4 Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique:
Take a tour in an island within a Marine National Park, isolated beaches with miles of bright white sand. You will see the dazzling turquoise seas. You can enjoy the sunny days and the star-full nights. You will have a chance to see whales and dolphins, too. Do not miss this chance; you will have the time of your life there.
3 Nyiragongo Volcano, Eastern Congo:
It is an active volcano of 2 kilometers wide. It is noteworthy to mention that it has the most lively lava lakes. It locates in close proximity to the town of Goma in Congo. The volcano, to a certain extent lies on top with two older volcanoes, called Baratu and Shaheru, and is also bordered by many small volcanic ashes cones from side eruptions.
2 Mount Mulanje, Malawi:
The Mulanje Massif is the uppermost mountain in central Africa. Colossal basins of rock feature this mountain that is surrounded by many butterflies. It is one of the globe’s major granite bergs. View the best vista at the top of Mount Mulanje.
1 Victoria Falls, Zambia and Zimbabwe:
They are one of the most grand water scenes. Locating in-between Zambia and Zimbabwe, it offers the sumptuousness on the Zambezi River. It is the “The Smoke that Thunders”, according to a tribe lived in this region in the 19th century. Indeed, you cannot turn your eyes from this view. Your eyes are on stalks.