From Game Reserve to Forest Reserve then World Heritage Site and New Wonders of Nature, the towering Kilimanjaro now clocks 50 years since becoming a National Park.
So far there are only two Geoparks in Africa; the M'goun of Morocco and Ngorongoro-Lengai in Tanzania. Arusha National Park is filling the third site at the foot of Mount Meru
How Many World Heritage Sites exist on the African Continent today? And which country has the most properties?
The Executive Board of the Global Geopark Network (GGN) has announced that Morocco will host the 10th United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Global Geoparks Conference in Marrakech this year.
The M’Goun UNESCO Global Geopark is located some 100 kilometers from Marrakech and 330 kilometers from the Capital Casablanca.
Algeria has more than 100 pyramids distributed in different parts of the country, dating back to the time of the Kingdom of Numidia. When talking of pyramids usually Egypt, comes to mind. Then there is that overused line of ‘Sudan has more pyramids,’!-->!-->!-->…