If your first option on your trip to Africa is an idyllic walk through beautiful gardens, full of endemic species, then, we have brought you a rather striking list of some of the most beautiful gardens in Africa.
Sheilam Cactus Garden-Cape Town
Located near Robertson, 170 km outside of Cape Town, South Africa. It cultivates approximately 2000 species of succulent plants, recognized by the authorities as one of the most prestigious gardens with one of the largest collections of these species.
There is no ideal time to visit the garden, the flowering periods are not the same depending on the plants and sometimes they flower for only one day! In summer, it is best to visit the garden in the morning.
The Majorelle Garden – Morocco
The thick indigo-colored walls that enclose this villa and its 9,000-square-meter garden populated by cacti, palm trees and succulent plants between ponds offer the visitor an unusual serene and refreshing refuge from the magical beauty of this garden located in the city of Marrakech. , Morocco.
The Majorelle Gardens are named after the artist Jacques Majorelle, who painted the chalet in an intense blue color created exclusively by him, Majorelle Blue.
At the back of the garden, a Berber museum is open to tourists who are instantly impressed by the rich culture of this town.
Parliament Gardens, Windhoek-Namibia
The Parliament Gardens, Windhoek better known as the National Botanical Gardens is a small park located in the center of Windhoek, Namibia.
Here you can see Namibia’s first post-independence monument, a bougainvillea-lined bowling green alongside a thatched-roof clubhouse.