Nigeria Or South Africa: Who Has The Best Tourist Attraction In Africa? See Beautiful Photos


Home to 54 countries, Africa has something for everyone. From Algeria's bone-dry Sahara desert to South Africa's iconic urban skylines, the second-largest continent in the world, too, has landscapes as diverse as its animal kingdoms and Nigeria Cosmopolitan Victoria Island in Lagos. Africa naturally evokes visions of the wide open savannah dotted with acacia trees, as the sun settles over the horizon. While this type of landscape is typical of African safari destinations, the continent is incredibly diverse with hidden gems in nearly every corner. This article reveals a varied selection of the most beautiful and developed landscapes in South Africa and Nigeria.

There are many beautiful places in Africa that someone can visit. Whether you are a nature lover and enjoy outdoor activities, you prefer to indulge in a museum, or you want to experience the special atmosphere in an unknown country. But, with so many countries to visit in Africa, where do you start? Where are the most beautiful and tourist destinations in Africa to visit? This is what the article is all about, to show you beautiful places in Nigeria and South Africa via "PHOTOS" and let you decide, which of the two countries is the most developed country in Africa!


Cape Town is a vibrant and colorful city with stunning beaches, beautiful mountains and some of the best vineyards in Africa. Taking the cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain at sunrise or sunset to take in the beautiful views is a must. With all the sophistication and activities that can be found in the city, this seaside playground certainly has enough to offer to everyone.

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A walk far above the ground on Africa's longest canopy walkway is a great way to explore Nigeria's natural beauty. Places like Lekki Conservation Centre offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of Lagos, Nigeria's Commercial Capital. 

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