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Ten beautiful countries you might visit in Africa

Africa can be much more than safari, beach, and pyramid. Both Africa is the last largest and largest continent of the land on Earth. The countries and island countries of more than 54 and islands are their history, inheritance, and culture. While a beautiful beach and a cliff line up their long coasts, its vast interior covers the entire tropical rainforest and the Nile River of the mountains and deserts. It seems that it is dispersed by these various landscapes, found a surprising historical site, a people of the people and a great big city. Exploration and its historical and cultural attractions riveted mean that anyone has something to enjoy. 

10.NAMIBIA

Namibia is located in the southwestern part of the African continent and is one of the least populated countries in Africa. This is because most of them are made up of barren and desolate landscapes and the cutthroat Namib Desert. It was a German colony before gaining independence from South Africa until 1990, so some colonial buildings can still be seen in its capital, Windhoek. However, most people will visit its beautiful national parks, where there are astonishingly beautiful landscapes and incredible wildlife. For example, in Etosha National Park, you can see lions, elephants, and black rhinos roaming the Kalahari. Another popular destination for tourists is the Skeleton Coast, with many creepy but picturesque shipwrecks on its dangerous Atlantic coastline. Although Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa are often overlooked, Namibia and its incredible national parks are hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

9.TUNISIA

Tunisia is a long-term popular tourist destination, sandwiched between Algeria and Libya on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa. Due to its pleasant warm climate, charming beaches, and developed tourism, many Europeans come here to rest on its golden sands and swim in the sea. Tunisia not only has sun, sea, and beach but also more: the country is also rich in impressive archaeological sites dating back thousands of years. This is because, throughout history, it was ruled by the Carthaginians, the Romans and the Ottoman Empire, the Arabs, and later the French. Among its many historical attractions, El Jem\u2019s impressive Roman amphitheater and the remains and remains of Carthage are undoubtedly highlights. In addition, it also has the Atlas Mountains for you to explore, as well as the vibrant capitals of Sfax, Sousse, and Tunis, which are lively coastal cities. If not enough, the endless dunes of the Sahara Desert will beckon you with alluring dunes, cave dwellers' dwellings, and secluded desert oasis

8.UGANDA

Inland Uganda not only has the highest mountain range on the continent and the birthplace of the Nile River, but it is also adjacent to the largest lake in Africa. Compared with neighboring Kenya and Tanzania, its tourism and infrastructure are still underdeveloped, which makes its spectacular landscape even more exciting. Due to a turbulent and tragic past, Uganda has long been ignored by tourists from the continent, but Uganda is slowly regaining the title of "Pearl of Africa". This is mainly because it is one of only three countries in the world where you can see high mountains. It is an incredible experience for nature's gorillas to watch majestic creatures up close in the cloudy jungle of the Rwenzori Mountains, and it is an absolute must in Uganda. In addition to strolling in the dense bushes, you can also go rafting along the Nile River or visit the Big Five in the safari park. Since there are so many magnificent landscapes and so many wild animals and plants for you to observe, Uganda is worth visiting now before it becomes more and more popular.

7.MAURITIUS

Although Mauritius will adapt to some issues, visitors are always in awe of the incredible beaches, mountains, and waterfalls on display. It is located more than 1,000 kilometers east of Madagascar and its remote location means that it is home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the world. Therefore, it is a pleasure to stroll around the mountainous interior, because of flocks of brightly colored birds circling the canopy of the rainforest. Hidden among the dense foliage, you will find rugged ravines, canyons, and sparkling waterfalls. All in all, the volcanic landscape has undoubtedly created some of the most perfect scenes imaginable. In addition to the fascinating waters of the Indian Ocean, there are idyllic white-sand beaches where you can stroll, dive and snorkel at sea. Due to the different components of its population and unique cultural heritage, Mauritius is also famous for its delicious and diverse cuisine. You can taste some of their French, Chinese, or East African cuisines in any quiet and laid-back fishing villages all over the coast.

6.TANZANIA

With so many attractions and activities in Tanzania, it can be difficult to know where to start. Only in the north of the country is the wonderful Ngorongoro Crater and the world-famous Serengeti, if you want to go to the safari park and visit the Big Five, these two are must-see places. You can also find Mount Kilimanjaro covered in snow, the highest peak in Africa. This wonderful place in East Africa has countless different landscapes, each of which is more attractive than the last. For example, its coastline of the Indian Ocean is surrounded by magnificent beaches and the largest and most vibrant city in the United States, Dar Es Salaam. Near the coast, you can also find the stunning Zanzibar archipelago, which has many beautiful beaches and is a popular tourist attraction in itself. Tanzania is one of the most linguistic and culturally diverse countries in Africa, and it is also home to a very important and impressive archaeological site thousands of years ago. The three great lakes of Africa are within their limits. Whether you like history and nature, or culture and wildlife, Tanzania can undoubtedly provide some services for everyone.

5.SEYCHELLES

Seychelles is located about 1,500 kilometers east of the African continent. It is the smallest and least populated country on the African continent. The archipelago consists of 115 islands, most of which are uninhabited. The archipelago is extremely beautiful and surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean. Although the paradise islands are full of beautiful beaches, their interiors are mountainous and covered by lush tropical jungle. Due to their remote location, they are home to a variety of unique flora and fauna, and most of them are now designated as nature reserves. At sea, colorful coral reefs and abundant marine life make Seychelles an unforgettable place for diving or snorkeling. On Mahe, the largest island, you can find many luxury resorts, bars, and restaurants, as well as the country\u2019s capital, Victoria. From here, you can easily take a boat to some secluded islands and beaches nearby.

4.MOROCCO

Morocco is a magical tourist destination, with many charming old towns, medinas, and open-air markets. They are found on the country's picturesque Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts or hidden between the dunes of the Sahara and the High Atlas Mountains. The northwestern country of the continent has long attracted different peoples and cultures to its shores, and today its rich heritage is also influenced by Africans, Arabs, Berbers, and Westerners. No matter where you go, it will show astonishing diversity, with Essaouira, Fez, and Marrakech being its most popular tourist destinations. In addition to exploring the lively Djemaa El Fna and the beautiful mountain city of Chefchaouen, visitors can also relax on one of the country\u2019s beautiful beaches or head to the Sahara Desert. Morocco has many different aspects and is one of the most spectacular countries in Africa.

3.SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa occupies the southernmost tip of the African continent and has some of the best and most well-managed national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Africa. Among them, Kruger is arguably the most famous and popular attraction, and Addo Elephant National Park is also a popular attraction. South Africa is known as the "Rainbow Country" due to its multicultural population. Each city has its unique appearance, feel, and characteristics, which attracts countless tourists to visit. When Johannesburg is full of life, Cape Town\u2019s natural environment is more relaxed and is dominated by the spectacular Table Mountain, with the wonderful winery of Stellenbosch nearby. South Africa is not only the home of the mighty Drakensberg Mountains but also the birthplace of the arid Kalahari Desert and the lush Garden Route, a real place of exploration. Most importantly, its Atlantic coast and the Indian Ocean are full of beautiful scenery and fabulous beaches. Many people seeking adventure go deep-sea diving with great white sharks.

2.KENYA

Kenya is home to a safari park. For many people in the world, this is the best place to have close and intimate contact with wild animals and plants. Its endless savanna and arid desert are teeming with life, as lions, elephants, and buffalo roam together in a herd of antelopes, flamingos, and the occasional black rhinoceros. Its spectacular landscape is also home to some of the most famous peoples and cultures on the African continent, such as the Maasai, Kikuyu, and Swahili, each with their language and rich traditions. In stark contrast to its ancient way of life, Kenya is also one of the most prestigious cities on the African continent: Nairobi, a prosperous and dynamic capital. In addition to the open plains, there are freshwater lakes and forests, and the Great Rift Valley extends from north to south. In addition to the beautiful coastline of the Indian Ocean, all these make Kenya one of the best countries to visit, not only in East Africa but also in the entire African continent.

1.EGYPT

Egypt is famous for its ancient monuments and archaeological sites, including the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, and the Valley of the Kings, unlike any other country in the world. It was once the hometown of one of the most important civilizations and cultures in the world. No matter where you go, history will be displayed. Tombs and temples as well as statues and obelisks are carefully carved. Egypt is located in the northeast corner of the African continent, bordering the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, and the Sahara Desert to the south and west. Crossing Egypt is the Nile River, which is the source of life for the country. When many people come to visit its historical sites or explore all that Cairo has to offer, many people come to its fantastic Red Sea beaches. Egypt has such a rich history and culture and has many amazing desert and coastal scenery, Egypt provides a place to enjoy for everyone.

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