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Africa Tourism Potential

Africa as a continent is gifted in the area of tourism with the individual countries having virgin tourist attractions. With many attractions found in Africa, Africa only received 65.3 million international tourists in 2014....

Tourism in Africa

Tourism in Africa

Angola tourism Cameroon tourism Central African Republic Chad tourism DR. Congo tourism Equatorial Guinea tourism Gabon tourism Republic of Congo tourism Sao Tome and Principe Burundi tourism Comoros tourism Djibouti tourism Eritrea Ethiopia tourism...

Africa can do better in tourism than France

Africa is gifted by nature and is exceedingly well endowed with diverse resources including vegetation, insects, wild animals, mountains, rivers, lakes, surrounded by oceans and hot springs among others. Despite the vast resources, Africa received only 56 million tourists in 2013 in accordance with UNWTO report of 2014 and top countries with reported figures include

Eco Tourism sites in Uganda

Uganda Eco tourism sites have been established with the aim of protecting the wildlife in those areas including endangered species and preserving important areas for purpose of tourism. The following are the main Eco...

Sand Dunes in Africa

Sand Dunes in Africa

Sossusvlei Dunes, Namibia Sossusvlei Dunes are found in Namibia and are referred to as the highest dunes in the world and most outstanding attraction in Africa. The dunes have developed over millions of years as a result of material flowing from the Orange River into the Atlantic, carried north and returned again to land by

Top Tourist Attractions in Africa

Top Tourist Attractions in Africa

The Pyramids and the Sphinx Pyramids and the Sphinx are found in Egypt, they include; the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the Pyramid of Kafhre and the smaller Pyramid of Menkaura and each Pyramid is a tomb to a different King of Egypt. In front of the pyramids lies the Sphinx are carved out of a

Active Volcanoes in Africa

Active Volcanoes in Africa

Cameroon volcano Mount Cameroon volcano is one of Africa’s largest and most active volcanoes. It is also one of the few volcanoes with dated historic eruptions. The volcano is the most active on a hot spot chain with a height of 4095 meters. The last eruption took place in 2012. Coordinates: 4.22°N / 9.17°E Nyamuragira

Famous ancestral artifacts

Famous ancestral artifacts

References;- http://anthrocivitas.net/forum/showthread.php?t=8387 (The rock art of South Oran) http://www.apollon.uio.no/english/articles/2006/python-english.html (Botswana Python caves) http://www.touropia.com/prehistoric-cave-paintings/ (Libya, Somalia Cave Paintings) http://travelnewsnamibia.com/news/namibian-rock-n-roll-rock-art-namibia/#.U2DHOfmSyGc (Namibia Rock Art) http://goafrica.about.com/od/legacytours/a/south-africa-pre-history.htm (South Africa rock painting) http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/tanzania/forward.php (Tanzania Rock Paintings) http://ezambia.com/component/content/article/47-national-monuments-/123-mwela-rock-paintings.html (Zambia Rock Paintings) http://www.lonelyplanet.com/zambia/around-mpika/sights/natural-landmarks/nsalu-cave (Zambia Rock Paintings) http://www.zambia-the-african-safari.com/interest.html (Zambia Rock Paintings) http://www.famous-historic-buildings.org.uk/tunisia_16.html (Tunisia Ancestral Buildings) http://www.taneter.org/writing.html (Ancestral Languages) 507 total views, 2 views today

Biggest Caves in Africa

Biggest Caves in Africa

Sof Omar Caves Sof Omar Cave is longest cave in Africa and ranks as the 306th longest in the world with a length of 16 km within 120 km from Goba town Ehiopia. It is situated to the east of Robe in the Bale Zone of the Oromia Region in south-eastern Ethiopia. Coordinates: 6°55′N40°45′E Anou

Top 10 International tourist destination countries in Africa

Top 10 International tourist destination countries in Africa

In 2013 international tourist arrivals grew by 5% reaching to 563 million and 2012 had 233 million international tourist arrivals to Africa, an increase of 4% over 2011. The top ten African destinations were; References http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/ST.INT.ARVL http://www.tourism.gov.za/AboutNDT/Ministry/News/Pages/Zuma-announces-impressive-Tourism-Stats.aspx https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/business/2013/09/kenya-records-drop-tourist-arrivals/ 484 total views, no views today

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