Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Africa you must visit

10. Kilimanjaro national park, Tanzania

Kilimanjaro national park, Tanzania

national park spans an outstanding 75 575 hectares and mount clay man Gerald towers over it all at nearly 5 000 meters, the peak is the highest in Africa, Kilimanjaro also has three volcanoes two of which are extinct making it the largest volcano in the world. the park is home to many endangered species, but the landscape is the biggest draw as countless people make attempts at reaching the peak, annually 25 000 people hiked Mount Kilimanjaro with two thirds being successful.

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