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Here Are The 5 African Attractions You Must Visit In 2019 | Travel Diaries.

Africa is such an amazing country with so many tourist sites and attractions. It feels like God deposited so many beautiful, and unspoiled wonders into the continent. And the exploration of the wonders of Africa is highly recommended

If you want to visit but need a guide, here are five African Attractions just for you!

1. Victoria Falls, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls is the most majestic waterfall in the world. It falls from a 108-meter high cascade and has been recorded to flow for up to 12,800 cubic meters per second. That is double the speed of the Niagra’s highest flow!

Read Also | Zimbabwe : If not to Victoria Falls, then where to?

This video by  CNN about the Victoria falls pretty much sums it all up:

2. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

The next on our guide to the five African Attractions is in Egypt. The pyramids are almost as old as time. With biblical reference, they are one of the wonders of the world.

3. Sahara Dunes in Morocco

No need to travel all the way to UAE to see the dunes, Africa has one too. With the Sahara Dunes in Morocco, you get to experience what can only be termed God’s gift to mankind.

Although the Sahara desert is difficult to assess directly, there are different access points to the desert from the Northern edge of the country of Morocco.

Ride a camel in the Sahara dunes, camp out at night, and get entertained by the locals.

4. Cape Town in South Africa

South Africa is not only a beautiful country, but also one of the most developed in Africa. There are so many tourist attraction sites in South Africa, but our top favorite is Cape Town.

Cape Town houses the infamous Table Mountain. You can hike up the mountain, surf the waves,  interact with locals, and even take some Instagram worthy pictures while you are at it.

Fun fact: South African’s call this city the Mother city.

5. Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya

Finally, we have the last African Attraction on our list; Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya. 

The swaths of flamingos in this area are the largest in the world. With over one million of them, the pink birds bring a little fun to nature. 

The part also houses other animals like;  rhinos, buffalos, jackals, lions, and many more species of birds.

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