Home to gorgeous wildlife, an abundance of breathtaking nature, and remarkable culture, the continent of Africa has long been a tourism hotspot, and as knowledge of this point has grown in recent years, more and more vacationers have visited the landmass in search of interesting experiences.
To help all interested individuals (and their families) experience the joy of Africa, let’s take a look at the continent’s 10 most tourist-friendly countries to visit!
10. South Africa
The southernmost country in Africa, South Africa boasts tremendous wildlife and nature, friendly citizens, and a bustling economy. There’s no shortage of things to do in the water-bordering country, which is also commonly visited prior to flying to some of the listed island nations.
Found on Africa’s northern tip, Morocco is a popular tourist destination because of its ample history, long-ranging deserts, and considerable culture.
Sitting on Africa’s southwestern coast, northwest of South Africa, Namibia is a true desert paradise, and its eye-catching mountainous landscape is complemented by a diverse wildlife collection.
Egypt is a cultural hub, but the tourist hotspot’s most popular features are its tombs, pyramids, and centuries upon centuries of history.
Western Africa’s Senegal is a terrific vacation destination for those interested not only in nature and wildlife sightseeing, but one of the most tremendous entertainment and nightlife scenes on the planet.
Botswana is a perfect destination for lovers of exploration, thanks to its lush jungles and mountainous landscapes. The country’s residents are also caring, and so, it’s not hard to see why so many tourists rave about their visits.
4. Cape Verde
Sky-high volcanoes, ample activities and events, and highly underrated cuisine make Cape Verde an island nation that’s all but sure to impress visitors.
Another must-visit island nation, Mauritius can be found east of Madagascar, and is known for its gorgeous water views and adrenaline-pumping exploration options.
Kenya is peaceful, exciting, and as a result of fantastic conservation efforts, home to a diverse selection of wildlife that cannot be found elsewhere.
Madagascar’s inhabitants are warm and friendly, and the island nation’s vast natural reserves and one-in-a-million wildlife make visiting a must for those who love the outdoors.