10 Safest Places You Should Visit In Africa During The Holidays

Africa is such a beautiful continent even though it has its negatives, it still remains the number 1 tourist destination for most people on other continents.

If you’re looking for places to visit in West Africa, then this blog post will explore some beautiful locations in Africa for your holiday. I’ve listed below 10 safest places in 7 different countries all in Africa.

1. Koutammakou

It is the Land of the Batammariba, a cultural landscape designated in 2004 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Togo. The area features traditional mud tower-houses which remain the preferred style of living. The traditional mud houses are known as a national symbol of Togo.

2. Gashaka Gumti National Park

Gashaka-Gumti National Park is a national park in Nigeria, It was gazetted from two game reserves in 1991 and is Nigeria’s largest national park. It is located in the eastern provinces of Taraba and Adamawa to the border with Cameroon.

3. Cape Coast Castle

Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty “slave castles”, or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders. It was originally built by the Swedes for trade in timber and gold, but later used in the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

4. Kachikally Museum and Crocodile Pool

The Kachikally crocodile pool is located in the heart of Bakau, Gambia, about 10 miles from the capital Banjul. It is one of three sacred crocodile pools used as sites for fertility rituals. The others are Folonko in Kombo South and Berending on the north bank.

5. Domes de Fabedougou

The Domes de Fabedougou are over 1.8 billion years old, these hauntingly beautiful domes are both an excellent view and climbing spot, yet it is almost entirely unheard of. So the magnificent, hauntingly beautiful Domes de Fabedougou rest undisturbed, all the better for their desolation, bar local cows and herders. Better still, they are there for the climbing, and there are some easy ascents up the cracked sides of the domes, which sit side by side like a series of enormous grey igloos.

6. Banco National Park

Banco National Park is a national park in Côte d’Ivoire located along Highway North in the district of Attécoubé. Banco National Park covers 30 km² and is an example of primary forest, with species become rare wood Tracks for walkers have been upgraded and many hotels of all categories will allow easy accommodation.

7. Lake Retba

Lake Retba or Lac Rose lies north of the Cap Vert peninsula of Senegal, some 30 km north-east of the capital, Dakar in northwest Africa. It is named for its pink waters caused by Dunaliella salina algae and is known for its high salt content, up to 40% in some areas.

8. Giza Pyramid Complex

The Giza pyramid complex is an archaeological site on the Giza Plateau, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. It includes the three Great Pyramids, the Great Sphinx, several cemeteries, a workers’ village and an industrial complex.

9. Marrakech Museum

The Museum of Marrakech is an art museum located in the old center of Marrakesh, Morocco. The museum is housed in the Dar Menebhi Palace, constructed at the end of the 19th century by Mehdi Menebhi. The palace was carefully renovated by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation and converted into a museum in 1997.

10. Black River Gorges National Park

Black River Gorges National Park is a national park in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius. It was proclaimed on June 15, 1994 and is managed by the National Parks and Conservation Service. It covers an area of 67.54 km² including humid upland forest, drier lowland forest and marshy heathland.

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