Top 10 Wonders Of Africa!


Hear is the top ten wonders of Africa.

  1. Pyramids of Egypt - Huge structures built of brick, considered among the largest man made construction. Considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World and most Egyptians were buried here.
  2. Sahara Desert - The world's largest hot desert, almost as large as USA, located in North Africa, it is about 3500 square miles. The highest temperature ever recorded was 136 degrees F. in 1922. Despite the heat, people still live in this desert.
  3. Victoria Falls - Located in Zambia and Zimbabwe on the Zambezi River, Victoria falls is one of the world's two powerful falls. Its rim is 330 feet high and 1 mile long.
  4. Safari - Refers to a trip by tourists to Africa, traditionally for a big game hunt and in more modern times to watch and photograph big game and other wildlife as a safari holiday.
  5. Ngorongoro Crater - Located in Tanzania, The crater is the world's largest unbroken volcanic "Caldera". It is on the vast floor of an ancient collapsed volcano that is home to wild Safari animals. The crater is 610 meters deep and the floor is 260 square kilometers.
  6. Nile River Cruise - The best way to explore ancient Egypt! For over five thousand years, the Nile has been the life blood of Egypt. Step a board the "Nile River Cruise" and experience the wealth of Egyptian history.
  7. Timbuktu - This is a city in Mali, West Africa. It was an intellectual and spiritual capital and center for the propagation of Islam throughout Africa in the 15th and 16th centuries.
  8. Egyptian Museum – Its many rooms house treasured antiquities, the king "Tutankhamen" room is the most popular. The Egyptian museum also has a mummy room which openly displays several Pharaohs.
  9. Karnak Temple - Located in Egypt, The temple was the leading Egyptian spiritual center several thousand years ago. The complex was built along the Nile and is very large.
  10. Abu Simbel - Four immense statues of the great Egyptian Pharaoh Rameses protect the entrance to his Abu Simbel temple overlooking river Nile.