Africa has extraordinary places within its national parks; But today, we will talk about 3 extreme places in Africa that you can visit with little money and even without paying.


Wildflowers of Namakwa, Namibia

De Winfried Bruenken (Amrum) - Trabajo propio, CC BY 3.0,

De Winfried Bruenken (Amrum) – Trabajo propio, CC BY 3.0,


One of the forgotten corners of the continent, located along the west coast extending towards Namibia. Crossing this remote region and reaching for the refreshing Atlantic views of Port Nolloth when wildflowers cover the landscape, you will feel like you are in a fairytale garden.


The most dangerous church in the world, Ethiopia

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Abuna Yemata Guh Church, Gheralta, Tigray

To get to the Abuna Yemata Guh church you will have to climb a path, on the stone on which it is located, which has been climbing for just over two hours; You must do it with bare feet, which should be washed as a sign of respect. The entrance opening is a hollow located 2,650 meters above sea level. When you reach the base of the rock, you will look up to see how far you have climbed and you will have the feeling of having been as close to the sky as possible.


Dip in Devil’s Pool, Zambia

Royal Mayhem, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Royal Mayhem, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Devil’s Pool is a natural pool of water located at the top of Victoria Falls, known to be among the largest waterfalls in the world … making it possible to dive into the Zambezi River and swim in a natural pool on the edge from Victoria Falls, as the water passes and plummets 100 m. A unique and truly risky experience; something that many of us love.