1. Victoria Falls, Zambia Zimbabwe:
AKA the Eden of Africa. It is the largest curtain of water in the world, stretching 5,604 feet across, more than a mile long.
2. Obudu Mountain Resort and Cattle Ranch – Nigeria
Obudu Mountain Resort is a ranch and resort on the Obudu Plateau in Cross River State, Nigeria. It was developed in 1951 by M. McCaughley, a Scot who first explored the mountain ranges in 1954.
3. Sahara Dunes, Morocco
The most user-friendly part of the Sahara is accessible from the northern edge of Morocco. You can trek with Berbers from the town of Zagoura, or camp out in Tazzarine, where runners from all over the world complete the weeklong Marathon des Sables.
4. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Mount Kilimanjaro, at 5,895 meters (19,341 feet), is Africa’s highest peak and an item on thousands of bucket lists. It is a “Sky island” creating a varied and dramatic natural habitat.
Dare to go for a hike?
5. Lake Retba (Lac Rose), Senegal
Lake Retba, also called Lac Rose by locals, is a highly saline body of water, one of the highest in the world. The lake gets its color from safe bacteria in the water, which produce a red pigment to absorb sunlight.
6. Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique
This award-winning boutique hotel set on a remote desert island is set within a Marine National Park, giving you the chance to see whales, dolphins and dugong.
7. Mountain Gorillas, Rwanda
At an elevation of more than 6,000 feet, the Nyungwe National Park is an isolated region, covering more than 386 square miles across southwest Rwanda. If only we could get a picture of Burna Boy in this location
8. Djemaa el Fna, Morocco
In the heart of the old city of Marrakech, snake-charmers, henna-painters, storytellers, date-sellers and orange juice vendors set up their stalls in the sleepy heat of the afternoon.
This is a place you must definitely visit.
9. The Great Migration – Kenya
The Great Wildebeest Migration – the annual migration of giant herds of grazers across Northern Tanzania and Kenya is a truly spectacular event. You get to see over two million various species of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles.
10. Lekki Conservation Centre, Nigeria
Nigeria is home to Africa’s longest canopy walk. The Lekki Conservation Centre offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of Lagos, Nigeria.