Eight African places on TIME Magazine's list of World’s Greatest Places
Eight locations in seven African countries have made it to TIME Magazine’s list of World’s Greatest Places. The list features wonderful spots that are either breaking new ground, leading industry trends or offering visitors an extraordinary experience.
The global magazine launched the list for the second consecutive year. Its editors evaluated each one based on key factors, including quality, originality, innovation, sustainability and influence. IOL reports that the final list of 100 places guarantees a broad range of truly unique experiences for travelers and locals to immerse themselves in.
- Gorongosa National Park in Sofala, Mozambique.
- Red Sea Mountain Trail in Red Sea Mountains, Egypt
- Zakouma National Park, Chad
- Museum of Black Civilizations, Dakar, Senegal
- Lekkerwater Beach Lodge in De Hoop Nature Reserve, South Africa
- Wolfgat, Paternoster, South Africa (“a new Strandveld eatery, showcasing the seasonal veldkos and seafood of the West Coast”)
- Omaanda in Windhoek East, Namibia (“With ten huts inspired by traditional Owambo architecture, Omaanda is an exceptionally beautiful lodge”).
- Leopard Hill in Mara Naboisho Conservancy, Kenya (“a new and modern camp in the midst of the African wilderness”)
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