Africa

Mali, Africa

Mali stands out as an important historic tourist destination for those who like to explore the adventurous history of the African continent. Located at the North-West region of the continent within the Sahel region, Mali has numerous natural attractions that include tours around a large part of the Sahara Desert, and visits to the heritage sites of the country.

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Sao Tome and Principe Islands

Sao Tome and Principe lies away from the African continent as a lone island nation. However, the island nation sticks within the Gulf of Guinea that is located at the western side of the continent. Tropical climate reins the island since it lies in the Equatorial region since the Equator lies south and close to the island.

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Malawi

Malawi is a tourist destination in Africa popular for bearing Africa’s third largest lake, Lake Malawi. Malawi is situated in East Africa, next to Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zambia. Malawi is an independent of friendly people, rich cultural heritage, and a wide variety of attractions that make the country one of the top tourist destinations among South African countries.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is a country famous for its rich culture, talent in music and drama, and most of all a stable tourist destination in West Africa. Nigeria is made up of a few tribes namely the Igbo, Hausa, and Yoruba. Nigeria is one of the few developed countries in the African continent thanks to its rich oil mines located at the delta that drains into the Atlantic Ocean.

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Somalia

Somalia is a simple country that has recently established a peaceful government after years of war and terror brought about mostly by al-Qaeda groups. The country has announced its acceptable government and president, and it is setting on to regenerate its economy based on its rich resources and fertile lands it has within its territory.

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Guinea Bissau

Guinea Bissau is the best place for tourists planning to visit this destination. Guinea Bissau is an independent nation located in West Africa alongside popular countries such as Senegal and Guinea. Guinea has a current history of civil war that suppressed economy to high extent, but the country is recovering from the damage.

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Guinea

Guinea is a small African country situated at the western side of the continent. Guinea is rich in useful resources such as gold, bauxite, and many metallic elements, but it still rates poorly among other nations in the African continent.

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Eritrea

Eritrea was a constituent of Ethiopia but it became an independent state in 1993. Eritrea now borders Ethiopia from the north, and other states like Djibouti and Sudan. The Eritrean people speak two languages, Italian, and the Amharic languages.

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Botswana

Among the top African countries in terms of wildlife and cultural richness is the South African country of Botswana. Botswana was known as the British Protectorate of Bechuanaland before its independence around the mid twentieth century.

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Burundi

Despite being a poor country in terms of national income, Burundi has an incredible tourism performance from both local and international tourists. Burundi highlights wildlife in its numerous national parks and game reserves, significant landmarks, and a rich, African cultural heritage among other tourist attractions.

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