The Namib Desert stretches 1,000 miles from north to south and 100 miles across at the widest spot. It is home to the largest game reserve in Africa.
Cango Caves is one of the most impressive caves in South Africa and it attracts visitors from around the world.
Also known as the Alley of Baobabs, these trees can be up to 800 years old.
Endless plains make way for the largest and longest migration in the world. Millions of wildlife mostly wildebeest and zebra travel the plains highway loop from Tanzania to Kenya and back around.
Africa’s “garden of eden” delivers the densest concentration of wildlife creating a nature lover’s haven. Also home to the Big 5 making it a safari goers dream location.
Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain throughout the entire continent of Africa making it the pinnacle of African natural wonders.
The Okavango Delta creates one of the most amazing wildlife encounters making this a wonder of nature must for wildlife enthusiasts.
As the largest waterfall in the world, Victoria Falls is sending up smoke signals with an invitation to come wander through this wonder.
WELCOMENatural Wonders of Africa is all about the spectacular, the beautiful, the amazing wonders of nature found throughout the continent of Africa. This site is here to provide you with the information you need to become inspired to go explore and experience these wonders of nature.
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