Are you making preparations for your next vacation? Will it be a place you’ve already visited (and enjoyed) or something completely new? We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 most beautiful African countries to visit during your journey to the continent. This article shows you 10 most beautiful countries in Africa.
Because of its well-developed capital, Accra, Ghana is renowned as “Africa for Beginners.” English is widely spoken, and many foreigners from other countries have learned it.
Cape Town, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is in South Africa. Table Mountain and Cape Town’s vibrant nightlife are among the many sights to be discovered. Other interesting cities to visit are Johannesburg and Durban. Read also about 4 most friendly northern European countries.
Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, is a fast-growing city regarded as the “Silicon Valley of Africa.” Many digital nomads, particularly from Europe, have set up shop in Kenya.
Ethiopia is famous for its delicious coffee and stunning women. Addis Ababa, the capital, is at an elevation of nearly 5,000 meters above sea level and offers a diverse range of landscape, cuisine, nightlife, and a real African experience.
Zambia is a generally safe country with a thriving economy and several job opportunities. Zambia has attracted many experts because of its laid-back atmosphere and excellent hygiene.
Discover the world’s wonders, such as the world-famous pyramids and the Sphinx. Cairo, Egypt’s capital, is a megacity with a rich African history that dates back over 5,000 years.
Gambia is projected to undergo rejuvenation and economic growth under its new president, who dethroned long-time Gambian President Jamma. English is widely spoken, and Gambians are among those who speak it fluently and friendliest people in West Africa.
The Muslim country is one of the easiest to visit from other countries, and its city, Casablanca, has world-class accommodations and entertainment.
In the westernmost corner of Africa, Les Almaides, Senegal provides visitors a glimpse of luxury and beauty. Restaurants, bars, clubs, and, of course, gorgeous ladies abound on the Almaides Strip. There is enough to do in Dakar, or you may travel to the countryside for a more customary African experience.
Despite its poor international reputation, Nigeria has Africa’s largest population and gives expats a more chaotic African experience. Enjoy the capital’s and Lagos’s throngs of people, food, culture, music, and nightlife.