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MOST POPULAR TOURIST SITES IN AFRICA


MOST POPULAR TOURIST SITES IN AFRICA
MOST POPULAR TOURIST SITES IN AFRICA

MOST POPULAR TOURIST SITES IN AFRICA

Tourism is the commercial organization and operation of holidays and visits to places of interest. It is one of the most common and embarked activities in this world of numerous sights of interest.

Tourism, usually carried out by tourists, is a fun and educative activity which mainly involves art, history, and culture. It brings exposure and enlightenment about the various parts and cultures of the earth and can serve as a refreshing source to individuals seeking to update themselves about the history of a people and or geography of a place.

Tourism does not only provide information and entertainment; it also presents revenue to individuals and states. It plays a major role in the economy of most states by serving as a source of employment drastically reducing the rate of employment and serving as a source of income for the indigenes since it boosts trading activity since brings in foreigners who would like to purchase local items as souvenirs for their own keep.

This article seeks to talk about the five most popular tourist sites in Africa;

1. First on the list, Lake Retbal, Senegal

A beautiful and special lake sits deep within Senegal, about 30 kilometers from the capital city of Dakar. This lake is called Lake Retba and is also referred to as ‘Lac Rou’ by the locals. It draws day-tripping tourists from all over the world. An alkaline body of water, it is one of the few pink-colored lakes in the world. It gets its color from a pigment produced by the bacteria covering it. Lake Retba is one beautiful to behold when the sun casts its rays on it. You just cannot see enough of it, and you might have a hard time stopping yourself from taking pictures.

Lake Retbal, Senegal
Lake Retbal, Senegal

2. Secondly, River Nile, Egypt

One of Africa’s most magnificent sights is the river, Nile. It is one of the longest rivers in the world, second only to the Amazon River. The River Nile brings in vast tourist visits every year. Tourists also use the opportunity to see the John Speke monument, the first explorer to find the source of the Nile while visiting the River Nile. Spanning ten countries, the Nile is one of the seven wonders of Africa.

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River Nile, Egypt
River Nile, Egypt

3 . Thirdly, Mountain Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, is by far the highest mountain in Africa and one of Africa’s magnificent sights. According to National Geographic, it is the world’s largest free mountain and stands about 5,895 meters (19,340 ft) above sea level.

Mountain Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Mountain Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

4. Last but not least, Pyramids of Egypt

These masonry structures are said to be man’s greatest architectural accomplishments. They are the only surviving wonder of the world. The great pyramids date back to the 26th century (c.2575-c. 2465 BCE). They were erected on a rocky plateau on the western end of the Nile River, close to Al-jizya (Giza) in Northern Egypt.

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MOST POPULAR TOURIST SITES IN AFRICA
MOST POPULAR TOURIST SITES IN AFRICA

5 . lastly, Lake Abbe, Ethiopia/Djibouti

Lake Abbe, commonly referred to by the name Lake Abhe Bad, is an alkaline lake that lies within the Ethiopian-Djibouti border. It spans about 15km wide and is 14km long.
It is one of the six lakes connected to each other around this hot area and receives water from the Awash River.

Lake Abbe, Ethiopia/Djibouti
Lake Abbe, Ethiopia/Djibouti

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