Africa: A wild and intriguing continent
Considered by most paleo-anthropologists to be the oldest inhabited territory on Earth, Africa is endowed with splendid scenery and magnificent natural beauty. Africa has 54 countries and a lot of interesting things to explore. The second largest continent in the world has many majestic natural landscapes, rich fauna and flora and is a land of many mysteries. Below are some places not to miss when you go to Africa.
1. Victoria Falls - Zambia and Zimbabwe
Also known as the "Mosi-oa-Tunya Falls" in Tongal Tokaleya means "smoke from the thunder", Victoria Falls is considered as a symbol of the natural beauty of Africa and the dream destination of many tourists. Victoria Falls is about 1.7 km wide and about 130 m high, originating from the flow of the Zambezi River and liesmbetween the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Especially, here, visitors will have the opportunity to admire the fanciful "moon rainbow" created by the sunlight streaming into the streams of white foam.
2. Maasai Mara Nature Reserve - Kenya
It is the most popular wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. With an area of over 1,500 square kilometers, the Maasai Mara is home to 95 mammals, amphibians, reptiles and more than 400 resident bird species.
In particular, the five largest species of mammals (often referred to as the "Big Five" of the Maasai Mara) are buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino. In addition, hyenas, giraffes, bullfrogs, baboons, zebras, hippos, crocodiles in the Mara River ... also contribute to the enrichment of the "population" of the reserve.
3. Baobap Boulevard - Madagascar
Actually, whoever has traveled to Madagascar without coming to Baobap Boulevard will regret it. Situated along a road in Western Madagascar, with its bushes up to 800 years old and up to 30 meters high, this is a beautiful landscape that attracts a lot of visitors in and around Madagascar and those outside the country.
Especially when coming here at dusk or dawn, visitors will be overwhelmed by a beautiful reflection when the sun shines, it reflects the color and silhouettes of the tree completely change.
4. Tsingy de Bemaraha Nature Reserve - Madagascar
Located in western Madagascar, the Tsingy de Bemaraha Nature Reserve is one of the most popular and popular tourist destinations on the African tour to Madagascar. Numerous limestone blocks intermingling with pristine forests and small waterfalls contribute to creating a beautiful natural landscape.
5. Table Mountain - South Africa
Conquering Table Mountain is an extremely exciting experience for those who enjoy climbing and conquering sports. From the top of the mountain, you can admire breathtaking views of Cape Town, Robben Island in the North, the Atlantic coast in the West, and enjoy the sea breeze.
By: Ava Walsh