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As the second largest continent on Earth, Africa has some of the most stunning landscapes. After looking at this list of beautiful places, you may have a change of heart for your next holiday! Check out the list below.

1. The great migration, Tanzania

wildebeest migration tanzania

A photo can’t capture the awe of watching more than a million wildebeest and several hundred thousand zebra make their annual migration across the river, but until you visit it will have to do.

The migration is something like a roadtrip, as the animals move from Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Reserve in January, up through the Serengeti around June, they hit Kenya’s Masai Mara around September, before journeying south again.

 

2. Table Mountain, South Africa

 

table mountain


Table Mountain makes Cape Town, one of the world’s best beach cities, also one of the world’s most photogenic. If you’re feeling adventerous cable car rides are available to the top of the mesa, offering great views and photos. If you’re tired of the nature scene you can also check out Cape Town’s nightlife!

 

3. Djmaa el Fna, Morocco

 

Djmaa el Fna


Morocco, is home to one of the world’s most mesmerizing market
, Djmaa el Fna. In this old city, Marrakech, you can find snake-charmers, henna-painters, story-tellers, date-sellers and orange juice vendors set up their stalls.

During the night, the festivities start and vendors are joined by tribal drummers, dancers and food vendors selling delicious grilled meats, bread and salad as the smoke rises above their stalls till past midnight.

 

4. Sossusvlei Dunes, Namibia

 

Sossusvlei Dunes, Namibia


Who knew sand could be so beautiful?
Sossusvlei ironically called the “the gathering place of water” is one of Namibia’s most outstanding attractions.

It has taken millions of years for the dunes to develop. They are the result of material flowing from the Orange River into the Atlantic, carried north and returned again to land by the surf.

 

5. Victoria Falls, Zambia and Zimbabwe

 

Victoria Falls, Zambia

Thought Niagra falls was something, Victoria Falls is the worlds most majestic water fall. Also known at The Cloud That Thunders is a 108-meter cascade and record flowing at 12,800 cubic meter per second, that more than double of Niagra’s highest flow

 

6. Nyika Plateau National Park, Malawi

 

Nyika Plateau National Park, Malawi

One of the most lush regions in Africa, Nyika is Malawi’s largest park and quite unusual to Africa. The land also features many river that trickle to Lake Malawi by waterfalls off the eastern edger of the mountains.

Nyik, is heavily populated with Antelope and Zebra and is also home to one of the highest populations of leopards in Central Africa.

7. Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana

 

Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana

This place has more salt that a package of Endomi noodles! Supposedly you can hear your own blood flow in this land of dried up salt pans in the Kalahari Desert. The salt is left over from a huge lake that dried up a millennia ago.

Don’t let the salt pans fool you, Makgadikgadi can become unrecognizable in the winter. With enough rain, the land become a lush grass sport inviting a stampede of zebra, wildabeest and flamingos.

 

8. Sphinx, Egypt

 

sphynx


After nearly 9,000 year, this iconic temple is on the most popular attraction in Egypt, even Queen Beyonce would be foolish not to bow down.
The body of a lion with a human head is a 70 meters long and 20 meters high — as tall as a six-story apartment block.

Although the Sphinx has been thought of as female, many believe the face is that of King Chefren.

 

9. The Southern Cross, Zambia

 

The Southern Cross, Zambia

Simply spectacular, like something out of a movie. This iconic formation in the night sky is best seen from the Southern Hemisphere, and few spots offer better vantage points than on an open-air safari in Luangwa, Zambia.

 

10. Lake Malawi, Malawi

 

Lake Malawi, Malawi

Take a dip in Lake Malawi, one of the largest lakes in the world. The lake has more tropical fish than any lake in the world — 1,300 species — and the freshwater diving is great.

The fish population is so unique, it has been recognised by UNESCO, and turned into the world’s first freshwater park, a World Heritage Site.

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