They seem like a fantasy; but fortunately they exist. Throughout its vast extension you can find some of the most spectacular natural phenomena and, above all, an incredible geography that endow the continent with some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. And among all these places, some have come to be considered natural wonders of Africa.

Today at Only One we show you the most impressive wonders of Africa that you should visit at least once in your life.

 

Mount Kilimanjaro

Yes, the highest mountain in Africa and the highest independent mountain in the world is not one of those places that we know and are easy to forget, it is a delight for the senses to be able to climb it: it begins with cultivated fields and continues through forests. tropical mountains, alpine meadows and, in the final stretch, its famous ice fields.

An arduous task that requires a great physical form. Although if you meet these requirements and decide to explore its peaks, you may be able to spot some of the animal species that inhabit this mountain.

If you want to know this immense natural wonder, Only One offers you 11 days climbing Kilimanjaro and visiting 3 important national parks in Tanzania; In addition, you can experience a safari experience in Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park and Lake Manyara.

 

Red Sea

Along its 2,200 kilometers in length you can find up to 1,100 different species of fish.

But it is not only its incredible variety of species that makes the Red Sea such a special place, but its peculiarity: 10% of the species that inhabit its waters are endemic to this ecosystem.

 

Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park

The island of Madagascar is one of the jewels of Africa, in it is the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, recognized as a World Heritage Site. With its more than 700 square kilometers of extension, it stands out for its rich fauna, its unique geology with karst formations, its mangrove forests and its impressive pinnacles (the tsingy), which form an almost impenetrable natural labyrinth.

 

Okavango Delta

Botswana is one of the destinations that seem blessed by nature. And it is that to the northeast of this country we also find another UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the essential places in Africa. Not only is the Okavango Delta one of the continent’s top safari destinations, but in 2013 it was declared one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.

Its conditions facilitate biodiversity so that a large number of animals can be observed in the area, including large mammals and the only population in the world of swimming lions.

You can dare to explore Botswana on a Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana Excursion to 3 countries 9 days. He tour starts from the world’s three largest waterfalls, ‘Victoria Falls’, and the next day, go to a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River! Then you’ll visit the Chobe National Park in the world’s largest delta, the Okavango Delta

 

The Great Migration

Every year, the plains of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania witness the migration of more than two million herbivores to the Masai Mara nature reserve in Kenya. The reason for this spectacular mass movement is none other than the search for green pastures after the arrival of the dry season in Tanzanian territory.

A natural spectacle that year after year manages to leave the thousands of tourists who come to see it breathless.