Top 10 landmarks in Africa

When it comes to Africa, what most people have in mind is the wildlife!

If you consider yourself a travel junkie, then you know that Africa is the best place to be if you are looking for a one-of-a-kind experience! Of course, what most people loved about Africa is not its technology or its bright city lights, but an adventure!

What most people look forward to when they travel to Africa is a great adventure – something they could keep with them for a lifetime!

And that’s what Africa is offering to anyone who pays a visit to their lovely place. In this place, you could see unique culture, food, people, and places that are probably not present in our parts of the world.

Because of its vast richness and diversity, you could find a lot of safari enthusiasts, mountain climber, archeologists, and historians coming back and forth in this place.

You too can go to this beautiful place. Book a flight and have the greatest adventure for a lifetime! For more information about Africa, here are the Top 10 landmarks in North Africa:

  1. Victoria Falls, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

Get ready for such a wonderful adventure in Africa by visiting one of its famous and biggest falls, the Victoria Falls!

Yes, this famous landmark is just along its other famous falls such as the Niagara Falls and the Iguazu falls.

Because of its marvelous site and being the largest singular waterfall in the world, it has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1989.

  1. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Not just the typical National Park that you know of because the Serengeti National Park has a lot to offer to every tourist who pays a visit. This place is where you could find wildlife. If you have not seen a zebra before, which oftentimes are not in the zoo, this place is the best place to be so you can see one for yourself!

Imagine how huge this area is that it can cater up to hundreds of visitors every year. And just like its famous waterfalls, this too is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  1. Fish River Canyon, Namibia

Although Africa has a lot of canyons, just like other places in the world, the Fish River Canyon in Namibia is considered to be the largest among the rest!

That is why it a good place to visit! Not only because it is the largest but as well as it one of the most beautiful canyons in the world. Many tourists come to visit this place and witness its gigantic ravine, and the breathtaking sites ready for everyone to see!

  1.  Sossusvlei, Namibia

You have seen sand dunes on most famous movies, but to see a real one, you need to visit Sossusvlei. Yes, there might be a lot of places where you can see sand dunes, but in Africa, sand dunes are undeniably amazing!

In fact, today, the sand dunes in Sossusvlei have been considered as one of the most beautiful in the world!

If you want to witness that yourself, then pay a visit to this famous landmark as well.

  1. Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

If you are someone who loves mountain climbing and is planning to visit Africa soon, then perhaps you should challenge yourself to get to the top of Africa’s Highest Mountain – Mount Kilimanjaro.

This mountain is not just the highest, but as well as the famous one because of its famous Furtwängler Glacier. Many people try to climb this mountain and aim to reach the top to witness this.

Today, it is one of the most famous mountains in the world. You too can take on the challenge!

  1. Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

The Avenue of the Baobabs is a very beautiful tourist spot that should also be included on your list when you visit Africa. Never miss out seeing those big baobab trees that are lining a dirt road, creating a very beautiful and unique view for many tourists.

In fact, this one-of-a-kind view will leave your breathless, not just because of the beautiful baobab trees lining, but also because of the unique landscape you can find around here.

Make sure you pay a visit to this area as well and don’t forget to take some photos of it.

  1. Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

If you want to visit Africa for its wildlife, then the Ngorongoro Crater is where you should also be heading.

This is a big conservation area and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site with thousands of wildlife living here.

It remains to be a conservation area to protect this wildlife, and for those who get to visit this place, they could witness the wildlife in its natural habitat.

Some of the wildlife you can find here are the gazelles, hippos, zebras, rhinoceros, and other large animals that you don’t normally see!

  1. Masai Mara, Kenya

If you want to witness a Great Migration of wild animals, such as cheetahs, lions, and leopards, this is the best place to be!

Yes, the Masai Mara is also one of the most famous places to visit when Africa. In fact, it is one of the best safaris in the world!

It is also a place where wildlife preserves and many people from around the world come here just to see zebras, and a population of lion, cheetahs, and more!

  1. Virunga Mountains, East Africa

We’ve already mentioned cheetahs, lions, zebras, and leopards, and you already know where to find them when you are in Africa, but there’s still more!

How about gorillas?

In Africa, you can find endangered mountain gorilla in the Virunga Mountains. In this mountain, there are 8 major volcanoes, two of which, namely Nyiragongo and Nyiragongo, are active.

This place also has a reserved national park for you to see wildlife in their natural habitat.

  1. Kruger National Park, South Africa

Kruger National Park is one of the most excellent and visited national parks in Africa. Not only will you see many more species of mammals, but there are also excellent infrastructures within the area, such as lodges, tented camps, and more!