Africa has much more to offer than its wildlife and natural resources. The continent is home to a huge variety of extremely impressive things that will blow your mind. From towering Kilimanjaro and famed Great Zimbabwe to the majestic Great Rift Valley, Africa’s landscape is extremely diverse.

Discover today the most impressive places in Africa:


Zanzibar Island

It is located in Tanzania and is one of the most visited places on the continent due to its golden beaches and crystal clear waters, considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for its landscapes, mosques and ancient palaces.


Mauritius Island

Its 165 kilometers of beach give it a name that fits perfectly: “the beach island”. It has a true “geological rarity, where the terrain changes abruptly to become a multi-colored mantle, similar to the Cerro de los 7 Colores in Argentina, but on the ground.


Cape Town

The beaches of the second most populous city in South Africa, in addition to its famous Table Mountain, have transformed this place into the main tourist destination in the country. The best mix between the African essence and European influences.


Victoria Falls

They represent one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. With a height of 1,700 meters and a depth of 108 meters, these African falls are twice the height of Niagara Falls.


Lake Malawi

It is one of the most important natural wonders of the continent. The lake occupies 20% of the country’s surface and although it has no access to the sea, it could well compete with any Caribbean sea for the marine wealth of this transparent water.


The pyramids of Egypt

On the outskirts of Cairo, on the Libyan desert, these pyramids are one of the world’s most valuable architectural, historical and cultural heritage sites. They are the last of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, which still exist today for more than 5 thousand years and were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.


The Okavango Delta

It is the largest inland delta in the world, it has infinite water channels that are created every year with the arrival of floods. It is known as «the river that never meets the sea» and in its surroundings, we find gigantic mammals such as elephants, lions and leopards and a wide variety of birds. A safari in the Okavango Delta is a magical experience.