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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

16 August 2023

Africa is home to a diverse range of UNESCO World Heritage Sites that showcase the continent’s natural beauty, cultural heritage, and historical significance. Here are some of our favourite UNESCO World Heritage Sites that we offer in Africa:




Pyramids of Egypt:

Including the Giza Pyramids (Great Pyramid of Giza, Pyramid of Khafre, Pyramid of Menkaure) and the Sphinx.


Robben Island, South Africa:

A former political prison where Nelson Mandela was held for 18 years, now a symbol of the struggle against apartheid.


Table Mountain National Park, South Africa:

A natural landmark with diverse flora and fauna, and stunning views of Cape Town.


Victoria Falls, Zambia and Zimbabwe:

One of the largest and most famous waterfalls in the world, located on the border between the two countries.


Stone Town of Zanzibar, Tanzania:

An ancient trading port with a unique blend of African, Arab, Indian, and European influences.


Mount Kenya National Park, Kenya:

Featuring unique mountain ecosystems, including glaciers, lakes, and dense forests.


Serengeti National Park, Tanzania:

Famous for its annual wildebeest migration and diverse wildlife.


Drakensberg Mountains, South Africa:

Known for its stunning landscapes, rock art, and biodiversity.


Tsodilo, Botswana:

Known for its rock art, including thousands of paintings and engravings.



These are just a few examples of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Africa. The continent is rich in cultural, historical, and natural treasures that have been recognized for their global significance.

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