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Study in Africa

When the word Africa comes up, many people think of deserts, savannas and wild animals. The crises that are pervasive in the media in many African countries also shape our picture. However, this picture does not do justice to the continent. Africa is the second largest continent on earth with a size of more than 30 million square kilometers and more than a billion people. Estimates show that the population is divided into over 2,000 ethnic groups. In Africa we find not only a great cultural and religious diversity but also completely different types of landscape. The so-called "black continent" is actually a very colorful continent.

Africa - the colorful continent

Study in AfricaBased on Countryaah, Africa can be divided into five regions. The largest desert on earth is located in North Africa: the Sahara. The North African coastal states like Tunisia or Morocco have wonderful beaches, lively cities and a rich cultural history. They are popular with vacationers from all over the world.

In the southwest of the Sahara is West Africa. There savannas and tropical rainforests connect to the dry desert areas. The Cape Verde Islands with their dream beaches and green mountains are among the most attractive countries in this region of Africa. Even Ghana offers numerous attractions, including tropical rain forests, picturesque coasts and native animals such as elephants, chimpanzees, lions and antelopes.

Central Africa, also called the "Heart of Africa", is still largely undeveloped for tourism. Here is the second largest rainforest on earth. It is home to animals such as mountain gorillas and forest elephants.

Countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania in East Africa are famous for their vast savannas and the wildlife that can be found there. There is also the impressive Kilimanjaro massif and huge inland lakes such as Lake Victoria.

The huge Kalahari Desert stretches across southern Africa. The southernmost country on the continent, South Africa, also has the greatest economic importance. Because of its multicultural population, it is also known as the "rainbow nation". In addition to savannas, rainforests and mountains, the country has a 2,000-kilometer coastline with fantastic beaches and surf spots. Cities like Cape Town and Johannesburg are modern metropolises that offer a wide range of culture and combine a European standard of living with an incomparable, relaxed attitude to life.

Countries in Africa
  1. Algeria
  2. Angola
  3. Benin
  4. Botswana
  5. Burkina Faso
  6. Burundi
  7. Cameroon
  8. Cabo Verde
  9. Central African Republic
  10. Chad
  11. Comoros
  12. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  13. Djibouti
  14. Egypt
  15. Equatorial Guinea
  16. Eritrea
  17. Eswatini
  18. Ethiopia
  19. Gabon
  20. Gambia
  21. Ghana
  22. Guinea
  23. Guinea-Bissau
  24. Ivory Coast
  25. Kenya
  26. Lesotho
  27. Liberia
  28. Libya
  29. Madagascar
  30. Malawi
  31. Mali
  32. Mauritania
  33. Mauritius
  34. Morocco
  35. Mozambique
  36. Namibia
  37. Niger
  38. Nigeria
  39. Republic of the Congo
  40. Rwanda
  41. Sao Tome and Principe
  42. Senegal
  43. Seychelles
  44. Sierra Leone
  45. Somalia
  46. South Africa
  47. South Sudan
  48. Sudan
  49. Tanzania
  50. Togo
  51. Tunisia
  52. Uganda
  53. Zambia
  54. Zimbabwe

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