Planning your next beach vacation? In today’s video, we will be looking at the top 10 beaches in Africa you should visit in 2020.
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10. Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt
Sharm el-Sheikh has become Egypt’s resort capital because of its warm, crystal waters and wide beaches. Its also known for some of the best diving spots in the world, along the reefs of the Red Sea.
9. Diani Beach, Kenya
This beach Is an idyllic 20-kilometer stretch of palm-fringed beach which is kept pristine and clear of seaweed by the coral reef . This coastal paradise has become one of Kenya’s most popular beaches.
8. Tofo Beach, Mozambique
f eight-kilometer stretch of beach with gorgeous, clear water is what you can expect from Tofo in Mozambique.
7. Nungwi Beach, Zanzibar
What was once a simple fishing village and dhow-building center has become a popular holiday destination, where palms casually amble onto a beach that dissolves gradually into shades of turquoise.
6. Chitimba Beach, Malawi
If you are looking for a secluded beach, you’ve got to visit the Chitimba beach. It is distinct from the other beaches in the region, given its an inland beach. This beach fringes one of the largest lakes in Africa, Lake Malawi.
5. Beyin Beach, Ghana
It is considered to be one of the most important beaches in Ghana owing to the large magnitude of fishing carried out there.
4. Lamu, Kenya
3. Anse Source d’Argent, Seychelles
The Seychelles archipelago has long been one of the world’s most romantic destinations and its beaches feature frequently in global Top 10 lists. It’s a great place to soak up the sunshine or go snorkeling, and its perfect beauty also makes it a popular stop for visiting daytrippers.
2. Île Sainte-Marie, Madagascar
Île Sainte-Marie lies just off the coast of eastern Madagascar.
The island which was a popular haven for pirates during the 17th century, is a popular island to site humpback whales from July to September.
- Bom Bom, Principe.
Situated off the coast of West Africa in the Gulf of Guinea, the island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe is home to some truly spectacular beaches. The virgin forests of Príncipe are a birdwatcher’s paradise. Other activities include snorkeling, whale watching, deep-sea fishing and keeping an eye out for the region’s nesting turtles.
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