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The name of this valley translates to “fountain of doubt.”
The site is best known for having one of the largest collections of petroglyphs (rock engravings) in Africa.
Figures on rocks include elephants, ostriches,…
This place also is known as Mij Mkongwe, which is Swahili for “Old Town.”
The old Swahili trading town includes Arab, European and Indian influences but also retains its Indigenous characteristics.
Darjani Bazaar is at the…
Arabian legend says these trees look peculiar because the devil pulled one up and plunged its branches into the earth, leaving its roots exposed.
This tree-lined dirt road is one of this country’s most popular tourist sites.…
This park is 249,313 hectares and spans two countries.
It features sandstone ramparts, arches, caves, cliffs, pillars and rock pools.
The endangered Cape vulture and bearded vulture live here, as does a minnow found nowhere…
This city was built as a fortified colony on the Atlantic coast in the early 16th century.
It is one of the first settlements Portuguese explorers created in Africa on the route to India.
Among the original surviving…
This needle-shaped volcanic plug stands 386 meters tall.
Mosses, frequent fog and rain make climbing this peak dangerous, yet some still attempt the slippery ascent each year.
The area around the peak is known for exotic…