You may have traveled to Europe, Asia or North America to see some of the natural wonders of the world, but if you haven’t been to places like Victoria falls, which is the largest waterfall in the world or Madagascar which boasts of the biggest trees in the world, then you haven’t seen everything yet.
Most people will never believe some of these place are in Africa. But it is important that you take a look at it yourself. It will definitely blow your mind. If you haven’t been to any of the countries in Africa, I encourage you to take a trip. There are seven wonders in the world but Africa is a host to perhaps the greatest of them all.
These are the 10 coolest natural wonders in Africa
Number one on our list is Madagascar. This destination has some of the biggest trees in the World. Some of the trees here are over three thousand years old. It is worth seeing in a life time. Imagine having a tree as wide as the center-circle of soccer field.
Number two on our list is Victoria Water Fall, which is located in Zimbabwe. The size of this water fall combines the magnificent Niagara Falls and Iguazu Falls. You can also get a helicopter tour of the falls and also swim at the edge of it.
Number three on our list is Imlil Valley in Morocco. The best way to think of this spot is to think of Machu Picchu in Peru. It’s a small village that has the coolest natural landscape. The film ‘Seven Years in Tibet’ was partly filmed at this beautiful location.
Number four on our list is Kagga Kamma Cave Resort in South Africa. The coolest word to qualify this spot is ‘tranquility’. The rock formation will blow your mind. The entire cave will make you feel like heaven.
Number 5 on our list is Cape Town South Africa. In 2010 South Africa hosted the world Cup and Cape Town was one of the locations used for the world event. The people, the culture, the music spirit, aquarium, botanical garden and the games at the stadium are many of the interesting parts of this City.
Number 6 on our list is the African Renaissance Monument. This Statue is the tallest in Africa, it is taller than the statue of Liberty and the Christ The Redeemer statue combined. It is 150 meters (492 feet) in height and is located in Dakar Senegal. It is a statue of an African man and his family.
Number seven on our list is the Cango Cave. Most of you might have seen this cave on the national geographic channel, but the experience is not complete until you make a trip out there.
The last on our list is the Giant Red Beach in Morocco. The beach is considered to be one of the most astounding beaches in the world. The unique features of this beach are two huge red rocks which were formed as a result of erosion and wind.
These are some of the coolest natural wonders Africa has to offer. You might know some other wonders that are not on this list, so don’t hesitate to let us know in the comment box below. Also if you like this post please SHARE it.
via Redefine Africa