25 Of Africa’s Most Amazing Places to Visit | Traveler by Unique

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

1. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in Uganda, has rare wildlife, lakes and several hiking trails. You can view giant gorillas living naturally in the Forrest in the park, along with many bird species.


Addo Elephant National Park

2. Addo Elephant National Park, in South Africa, is a large park housing a huge elephant community. There are other animals in the park such as; antelope, warthogs, lions and hyenas.

3. Praslin Island has pristine beaches, lush vegetation for shade and tropical fish for snorkelers and swimmers. The island has two national reserves for guests to visit and there are several nice restaurants as well.

4. Garden Route, is a gorgeous stretch of coastline in South Africa. Many lagoons and lakes along the cost make nice places to stop and have a picnic.



5. Table Mountain, in South Africa, has some of the best scenic views in all of Africa. Choose between hiking the trails or taking a cable ride to the top to enjoy the scenery.

6. Black River Gorges National Park, on Africa’s East Coast, has tall waterfalls which pour into the deep valleys of the park. Many hiking trails and nature walks for all levels are located around the park.

7. Hermanus, located in South Africa, is known for whale watching. You can stand on the shores and see the whales swim and migrate through the shallow waters. Use the telescopes along the cliff sidewalk to get a closer look.

8. The Congo River, surrounded by thick, lush rainforest, is an incredible site to see. Take a day tour and enjoy the ride as you learn about the history of the river and view the wildlife. Buffet lunch is served in the tours and the ride is relaxing under the warm sun.

9. Avenue Of The Baobabs is a unique cluster of Grandidier’s baobabs which is one of the most visited areas in Africa. Day time or sunset, this is a must visit spot in Africa.


Masai Mara National Reserve

10. Zanzibar, home to The Stone Town, rich history and breathtaking beaches, is known for Ivory and traditional spices.

11. Lake Malawi, in Africa, has the largest variety of fish species, worldwide. The lake is around 360 miles long and part of the lake belongs to the Lake Malawi National Park.

12. Okavango Delta, in Botswana, is a world heritage site with plenty of wildlife and lush scenery and deep-rooted plants which form together to create the islands.

13. Valley Of The Kings, in Egypt, is the final resting ground for Pharaohs and Nobles. View the tombstones on the bank of the incredible Nile River.

14. uShaka Marine World, in South Africa, is a fun and exciting theme park covering 40 acres. The park has over 10,000 animals, including sharks and dolphins you can swim with.


table mountain

15. Masai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya, has around 100 animal species including lions, zebra, wildebeest, gazelle and more.

16. Luxor, Egypt, is split by the vast Nile River. The city has museums, temples, activities for the whole family and many traditional restaurants.

17. Kruger National Park, in South Africa, is the first of Africas National Park, covering over 7,500 square miles. The park has lots of reptiles, crocodiles, lions, zebras, elephants, rhinos and warthogs.

18. Majorelle Garden, in Morocco, is a botanical garden which covers 2.5 acres of land. Within the garden is the Berber Museum and the Art Museum.



19. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s largest mountain, rates one of the top attractions in Africa, year after year. Guided hikes, safaris and camping can all be done here.

20. Robben Island, in South Africa, is the island where Nelson Mandela served 18 years in prison. It is now open for tours and is known for the large population of seals and penguins along the shores.


The Victoria Falls

21. The Victoria Falls is one of the 7 wonders of the world, as it is one of the biggest waterfalls worldwide. View the rushing water, flowing over the falls into the wild river below.

22. Ngorongoro Conservation, located in Tanzania, is the sanctuary for wildlife including, rhinos, lions, buffalo, leopards, cheetahs, wildebeest and more.


Serengeti National Park

23. Serengeti National Park, in Tanzania, is a popular park for wildlife safari’s, nature walks and camping. The park is known for the sightings of honey badgers, zebra, wildebeest and crocodiles.

24. Marrakech, Morocco’s second largest city, lays at the base of the incredible Atlas Mountains. Visit the Saadian Tombs or the Majorelle gardens for an amazing experience.


cape town

25. Cape Town, in South Africa, has Blaauwberg Beach, Good Hope Nature Reserve, numerous hiking trails, botanical gardens and Robben Island. There is always something to do in Cape Town for travelers, including some fantastic restaurants.