7. Morocco Is A Hot Spot Of Africa
Morocco is a place with a rich culture. The first place you should go to is the Marrakesh Medina.
The Djemma el-fna Square is where a large part of the population in the city converges. The city is filled with many stalls, random acrobats, traditional music and snake charmers.
It is an exciting experience full of noisy but colorful local life in between the maze-like alleyways of the city’s streets. To get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you can find some peace and quiet at the Draa valley. Gorgeous scenery, prehistoric rock drawings and Kasbah architecture can be found in this valley.
8. No African Tour Is Complete Without Visiting Tanzania
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. A large number of people attempt to climb to the peak of this mountain every year. For those who are not into hiking, there are also great scenery, plants and animals to see around Mount Kilimanjaro. The Serengeti National Park is located in the northern part of Tanzania and extends to the south-western part of Kenya. It is home to over 500 species of birds and 70 large mammals. The park contains various habitats including woodlands, swamps, kopjes, forests and grasslands. It also plays host to the famous wildebeest migration. You’ll also want to try some Tanzanian food while you’re out there.
8 Countries In Africa You Simply MUST Add To Your ‘To Visit’ List!
What do you think about these countries? Do you plan on visiting this amazing sites and scenery in the near future? Or Have you visited any before? Let us know your experiences, and which African country you plan on traveling to next. 🙂