4 Must See PLaces in Africa

Check out these places the next time you decide to travel

Mount Kilimanjaro

Located in northeast Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is highest mountain in Africa. It rises in three peaks; Kibo which is 19,340 feet, Shira which is 11,500 feet, and also Mawenzi which is 17,564 feet. Shira is the oldest and Kibo the youngest. There are all types of ecological systems on the mountain; land, rainforest, heath, moorland, alpine desert and arctic summit. It measures 40km across and the base covers an area of about 388,500 ha. Kilimanjaro is classified as dormant, not extinct. Kilimanjaro is a giant stratovolcano. There is a lot of overwhelming beauty on this huge mountain that would enjoyable.

Nile River

The Nile is the longest river in the entire world. It flows through Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and Zaire. It furnishes water for 20 percent of Sudan's crop area and is an important source of hydroelectric power. The river is 4,160 miles long. The two major sources of the river are lake Victoria which feeds the white NIle branch, and Lake Tana which feeds the Blue Nile branch. Many parts of the Nile's banks are overflowing with the largest Crocodiles in Africa. The fertile soil and water that came from the Nile allowed ancient civilizations in Egypt to build and flourish. The beautiful sight is sure to make your day!

Serengeti Plain

Located in north central Tanzania, The Serengeti plain extends 100 miles east and southeast. The Serengeti Plain has some of the best grassland area. It also has more than 2 million herbivores and many predators. Most of the plain is preserved and protected as serengeti National Park. It is bordered by Lake Victoria and has altitudes ranging from 3,000 to 6,000. The area is varied and ranges from open grasslands, to hilly woodlands. The climate is usually warm and dry. There are many sights to see and things to do.

Madagascar

Madagascar is an island in the Indian Ocean. Madagascar is the fourth-largest island in the world. It is home to thousands of animals (like lemurs!). It is twice the size of Arizona. The climate is tropical along the coast and balmy inland. 21.5% is forest and 71.1% is in use. It's separated from the East African coast by the Mozambique Channel. It's also mostly made up of high plateau and mountains in the center. It's a beautiful and relaxing place to travel to.