You will think that you are reading a fantasy tale full of unimaginable images, but these 5 Natural Wonders of Africa exist and, luckily, today we will mention what they stand out from other parts of this great continent:
NGORONGORO CRATER, TANZANIA
The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the largest volcanic calderas in the world, formed by the explosion of a volcano about 3 million years ago. The crater is home to some 25,000 animals of very different species and is considered one of the smallest areas where it is possible to see the Big Five.
It is one of the most important and impressive natural spaces in all of Africa and one of the main scenarios for the investigation of the evolution of the human species.
ARCHIPELAGO OF THE SEYCHELLES
Of the whole of the Seychelles islands, only 33 are inhabited, with the country’s population of just over 90,000 people, the smallest in Africa.
The islands can be divided into seven groups: Granitic Islands, Northern Coral Islands, Southern Coral Islands, Amirantes Islands, Alphonse Islands, Aldabra Islands and Farquhar Islands.
The idyllic archipelago of the Indian Ocean offers great attractions to enjoy multiple outdoor activities such as diving and exploring its nature reserves and marine parks that have made it a mecca for ecotourism and water sports.
TSINGY DE BEMARAHA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
Standing out among the natural wonders of Madagascar, the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park impresses with its vertical rock forests, plateaus of karst material.
The park is dominated by two incredible karst plateaus known as the Great Tsingy and Little Tsingy. These are interspersed with areas of dry deciduous forest, savanna, lakes, and mangroves, creating an astonishing variety of different habitats.
OKAVANGO DELTA, BOTSWANA
The Okavango Delta is of a beauty that does not seem of this world.
It is the largest inland delta on the planet, and is home to a large number of African wildlife species.
With three connected ecosystems, it creates in its path: the Panhandle, to the north, is the most fluvial and accessible, with villages and fishermen, without large mammals to see but birds. The delta itself, expanding into the open and chameleon savanna, where herbivores and predators move. It offers absolutely exceptional approaches to the fauna that inhabits it.