The place to visit to see Africa's big five (lion, rhino, leopard, elephant, and cape buffalo) all in a day. It's also a must-see to witness the migration of about a million wildebeests via hot-air balloon.
The Victoria Falls lies between Zimbabwe and Zambia and is about a mile wide and 355 feet high. It's got a lot of power in its water and just from the look-out point, it feels like you're in the middle of a rainstorm.
Africa is known for having a lot of places for those interested in travel adventures and what could be more adventurous than climbing up on one of the world's tallest mountains? This may be a high mountain to conquer at 19,340 feet and can take up to 6 days to climb, but don't let that deter you from thinking you can. If you're determined enough, you can make it up to the top of that mountain.
Known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, it is indeed one of man's greatest architectural feats. Built more than 5000 years ago by ancient Egyptians as the final resting places of former Egyptian kings.
This island's location just off the coast of Tanzania makes a natural trading spot in its history. Home to a UNESCO World Heritage site in the form of Stone Town, it boasts of tradional houses, mosques, and even a Sultan's palace. It's also a great place to relax and enjoy the beach due to its proximity to the ocean.
The remoteness of the area and the fact that it is inaccessible by 4-wheeler cars made it easier for the 50-plus tribes that live in the area to keep their traditions and customs alive.
In the very heart of Marrakesh, this exciting town square boasts of snake charmers, story-tellers, vendors, and henna-painters by day and tribal drummers and dancers by night, this will definitely remind you of what Africa really is.
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