Africa

Dja Faunal Reserve: World Heritage Site of Cameroon in Africa

Dja Faunal Reserve is located on the Dja River in the middle south-eastern states of Cameroon which is about 245 km south-eastern of Yaoundé and about 6 km western of Lomie. Actually Dja is in the transition neighborhood between the south Nigerian forests, south-western Cameroon and the forests of Congo Basin. The Dja river about […]

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The Northern Cape: World Heritage Site in Africa

 The Northern Cape is the biggest province and most thinly populated state of South Africa and Kimberley is the capital of this province. Kalahari Gemsbok National Park is an international park of this state shared with Botswana. The World Heritage Site includes the Augrabies Falls, Alexander Bay and the diamond mining areas in Kimberley which […]

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Semien Mountains National Park of Ethiopia in Africa

Simien Mountains is one of the National Parks located at the northern Simien Gondar Zo in the Amhara state of Ethiopia. This land is covered by the Simien Mountains including Ras Dashan, the uppermost peak in Ethiopia in Africa. This park is a dwelling place of particularly uncommon species, counting the Ethiopian wolf, the Walia […]

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The Garamba National Park of Congo in Africa

The Garamba National Park is to be found in Orientale province close to the Sudanese border, the northeast part of Congo in Africa and a World Heritage Site of UNESCO. This park is renowned for the vast savannas, grasslands, hippopotamuses, giraffes, featuring elephants and particularly for the White Rhinoceros. Besides these, there are forests to […]

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The W National Park, Niger in Africa

The W National Park is the most important park in West Africa around a wander of W shaped River Niger which is governed by Niger, Benin and Burkina Faso. The W National Park of Niger was formed by announcement and since 1996 has been listed as a World Heritage Site of UNESCO. Surrounded by Niger, […]

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The Cape Floristic Region in South Africa

The Cape flora is near the southern tip of South Africa which is the only Cape Floristic Region. The Cape Floristic Kingdom comprises a floristic province, known as the Cape flora. The Cape Floral Region is consisted of six smallest recognized floral kingdoms of the world. It is an extremely important area of diversity and […]

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Fort Jesus in Mombasa Island, World Heritage Site of Kenya, Africa

Fort Jesus was built from 1593-1596 to lookout the old port and located on Mombasa Island of Kenya in Africa. The layout of this site follows the rebirth ideal and was specified the name of Jesus. Highlighting as one of the most outstanding and well conserved example of 16th century Portuguese military ramparts, It is […]

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Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary in Senegal, Africa

Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary is located on the river delta, about 60km north of St. Louis in Senegal bordering with Mauritania. St. Louis was the French imposing capital of Senegal which invites the tourist to enjoy it’s loaded history, colonial structural design, music festivals and the lovely natural scenery of Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary. This […]

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Natural Phenomenon of Victoria Falls, South Africa

The great waterfalls is to be found on the Zambezi River, lies in the Southern Africa. The Zambezi, a tranquil and peaceful river which changed into a turbulent flow of roaring water is called the Victoria Falls, known as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’. The smoke that thunders or the most known large curtain of falling water through the […]

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Kainji Lake National Park, Niger state, West Africa

West Africa is the land of natural beauties having many natural parks. Kainji Lake National Park is one of them which is the largest parks in Nigeria. The merger of Zugurma game reserves and Borgue, created the park in 1979, covering an area of 5340km². It is one of the jewels of Nigeria inland and […]

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