Africa Geologic Features

Exotic Africa

Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world,it has an area of about 3,500,000 square miles. Bare rock and areas of coarse grained cover 70% of the Sahara. You can also hike that heights of the Sahara and go sand surfing on the dunes of North Africa.

Congo River

The Congo River is one of the longest rivers in the world. The Congo River flows for about 2,720 miles through the Zaire to the Atlantic Ocean. The Congo is 4 to 10 miles wide. If you go to the Congo River there are numerous wildlife animals that are exotic to the Congo River.

Sahel

The Sahel is a semiarid region between the Sahara and the Savanna. The Sahel forms a belt that separates the Sahara from the tropical West Africa. At least 8 months of the year are dry and rainfall averages 1 to 8 inches per year. You can also go sand surfing while you enjoy the great wildlife.

Ethiopian Highlands

The Ethiopian Highlands are located on the western section of the Ethiopian Plateau, these mountains were formed by volcanic origins. The Ethiopian Plateau and several of it's mountain groups are cut by deep valleys. The hill country surrounding Lalibela is home to trekking network that allows you to hike cultural insights of the Ethiopian Highlands.