Top African Destinations With The Best Scenery
An African holiday is one of the best holidays you can give yourself or your friends and family. There are many voyages of discovery you can undertake on the African continent that offers the ultimate entertainment and enjoyment. From the pyramids of Egypt to the thick forests of West Africa down to the wide tracts of savannah land in Southern Africa, there is everything for everyone. Besides the natural beauty Africa has to offer, there are also some man-made wonders that will take your breath away such as Great Zimbabwe ruins in Zimbabwe and the many state of the art hotels and casino resorts that offer the best when it comes to accommodation and gaming facilities. Some of the games you find at these casino resorts equates to the games you find on online casinos such as NetBet Live.
The Great Migration (Tanzania)
Africa is known as the paradise for wild animals. African jungles provide habitats for thousands of different wildlife but nothing comes close to the great migration of the wildebeests. Africa is home to close to a million wildebeests and also thousands of zebras. It is well worth getting out your camera to capture the beauty of these animals as they do not necessarily stay in one place but they move from place to place depending on the season. As such, one can witness the ‘Great Migration’ as close to a million wildebeests and zebras move between countries. Though crossing many countries, the best place to view the Great Migration is in Tanzania as the vast tracts of savannah land make it possible for one to capture the wildlife in their thousands.
Table Mountain (South Africa)
Table Mountain in South Africa is one of the world’s most photogenic places. Deriving its name from the actual table, Table Mountain is a mountain that resembles a table, well, at least at the top. It is flat shaped at the top for close to a kilometre and has gentle slopes that take one to the foot of the mountain. One can reach the peak of the Table Mountain either by trekking on foot or by hiring a cable car. At the peak, you can enjoy your picnic with the family while at the same time enjoying the scenic views of the houses, beach, and sea underneath. It’s a great place to take photos and if you have a mobile device that is fully charged, you won’t go home with less than 20 beautiful photos atop the Table Mountain.
Great Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)
Great Zimbabwe ruins is a man-made attraction of many houses built with stones and no mortar. The ruins illustrate the creativeness of Africans as they were able to build structures that withstood the hands of time irrespective of the fact that they were built without using mortar or cement. It is believed that the Great Zimbabwe ruins were built in the 15th Century. The ruins include a Great Enclosure, a location where the Chief lived with his wives and then the village where the rest of the community lived. The ruins were built on top of a mountain in a strategic place which enabled the inhabitants to protect their village from marauding foreign armies.