Kosi Bay

It is exactly in the Maputuland of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa that the Kosi Bay which is a series of four interlinked lakes is located. The lakes are a part of the ISimangalisa Wetland Park which is counted as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This estuary is just 2 kilometers away from the Mozambique border.  In South Africa., it is one ... Read More »

Cape Point

For any Cape Town visitor, a visit to the Cape Point is a must. At the southern end of the Cape Peninsula, there are two noteworthy points of great interest that require special mention – the Cape Point along with the Cape of Good Hope. However, at Cape Aghulas, which is the southernmost point of Africa situated about 150 kilometers ... Read More »

Brandberg Mountain

The Brandberg Mountain which covers a total area of 650 square kilometers is situated in Damaraland in the north-western part of Namib Desert in South Africa. From Königstein which is the highest elevation point, a clear view of the entire Brandberg area can be pictured clearly. The Brandberg Mountains are notable mountains of Namibia in South Africa. The word ‘Brander’, ... Read More »

Blyde River Canyon

The Blyde River Canyon, the name in which ‘Blyde River’ means happy river in Dutch language, is located in Mpumalanga in South Africa, forming the northern portion of the Drakensberg escarpment. Lengthwise, it is about 26 kilometers, and about 2500 feet deep. The Blyde River Canyon is one among the largest canyons on Earth, which can also be called the ... Read More »

Blue Nile Falls

The Blue Nile Falls, which is well-known as the Tis Abay, meaning ‘Smoking Water’ is definitely one of the best tourist spots on the Earth. The Blue Nile Falls is so called because at the time of heavy floods, the water current is so high that there is a changeover in the water color which (seems) to be almost black, ... Read More »

Black River Gorges

The Black River Gorges National Park, which is extended over 6,574 hectares, is the remaining area that is the largest of the native forests of Mauritius. It is located on the western part of the central plateau of the Island inside the Black River Gorges NP. This native forest was developed on lava flows, and that is the same reason ... Read More »

Bazaruto Archipelago

Bazaruto Archipelago, which is one among the chain of five islands – Ben Guerra, Bazaruto, Banque, Maraque and Santa Carolina, along the historical Mozambican channel, is 37 km long and 7 km wide with abounding flora and fauna. The west part of the island is thicket and savannah grassland, whereas the east is full of huge sand dunes which change ... Read More »

Balancing Rocks

Balancing Rocks, which are seen in great abundance in the Matapos National Park and throughout Zimbabwe, are nothing but igneous rocks with geomorphologic features. They are also located in the township of Epworth, southeast of Harare.  These Balanced Rocks stand in a perfect balanced state, without any external support and are natural formations. The geological formation of the Balancing Rock ... Read More »

Ankarana Reserve

Ankarana Reserve is located in the north of the island of Madagascar and about 108 km south of Antsiranana (Diego Suarez). It is a partially vegetated plateau in the north of Madagascar with about 290 meters high elevations above the sea level. The protected area status of this is that it is considered to be a special reserve. Ankarana Reserve ... Read More »

Addo Elephant National Park

Addo Elephant National Park is situated at, not more than an hour’s journey, approximately 72 km north of Port Elizabeth in South Africa. The Park covers an area of about 1480 square kilometres on land, combining an area of 1200 square kilometres of marine environment as well. The original reserve was set up in 1931 to protect the last 11 ... Read More »