What are the most underrated places to visit in Africa?

There are a lot of places!

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For example these last 3 monthes :

Sudan with thrice as many Pyramids as Egypt!

Africa is a continent and not a tiny country so there could be hundreds of underrated places. Based on my experiences a few are here:

Stone Town in Zanzibar: A marvelous city and blessed with great beaches and especially stone town is stunning. Visiting stone town is like going back in the past. It's a good mix of Arab, Hindu and Christian world. It's a great mix of African and the Western culture. Close to stone town, there are many islands (Changu, Pemba, Mafia, Mnemba).


The most beautiful white beach sands in Africa.

13 Gorgeous Unexplored Places To Visit in South Africa(source:www.travelbhai.co.in)

South Africa is a vast country with plentiful places to explore. The popular African country is known to be a typical holiday destination for most Africans, especially Nigerians. While most travellers are attracted to the popular cities like Johannesburg and Cape Town, which are known to be some of the best holiday destinations in South Africa. However, there are some amazing places to see in South Africa, they are most rewarding and gorgeous travel gems waiting to be explored.

If this is your first time in South Africa or you have visited before, you should probably step away from the crowds, explore the off-the-beaten-path – discover beautiful scenery, diverse landscape, scenic sandy beaches, iconic landmarks and attractions, and of course, indulge in a wide variety of adventurous activities.

Want to know where to go next? Here are 13 gorgeous unexplored places to visit in South Africa before the year ends.


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How did your view of a country change after you had visited that country?

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