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Mount Kilimanjaro.

Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa, located in northeast Tanzania. It rises in two peaks, Kibo (19,340 feet) and Mawenzi (17,564 feet). Mount Kilimanjaro is an extinct volcano. There are plantations and coffee on the lower southern slope. People should go there because it has a beautiful view on the top.

The Congo Basin

The Congo Basin is the largest basin in the world, spanning at 1,335,000 square miles. It has a vast drainage area in west central Africa that lies astride the equator. The drainage area includes most of Zaire, western Zambia, and northern Angola. People should visit the Congo Basin because it is a forest area, but the forest is being cut down. People should go there to help protect the forest.

Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert is the world's largest desert, at 3,500,000 square miles. It extends from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea and is bordered on the north by the Atlas Mountains and bordered of the south by Sahel. The desert is 15% sand dunes, 70% plateaus of are rock and course gravel, and the remainder mountains, oases, and transition zones. Though the Sahara Desert has one of the harshest climates in the world, It would be cool to be in. If you do go make sure to bring plenty of water and white clothes, White clothes block out the heat and keep in cool air.

The Serengeti Plain

The Serengeti Plain, located in north central Tanzania, extends 100 miles east and southeast from the southeastern shore of Lake Victoria. It has an altitude ranging from 3,000-6,000 feet. The Serengeti Plain contains some of the best grassland in central and east Africa. People should go there because the Serengeti Plain contains Serengeti National Park, which is a wildlife refuge for more than 500 species.