The list of the World’s Greatest Places for 2021 has been revealed by TIME. To construct this list, TIME asked our international network of correspondents and contributors to nominate places—including countries, regions, cities, and towns—with a focus on those that provide fresh and intriguing experiences. 

TIME’s third annual list features one hundred remarkable travel places from throughout the world, according to the publication. The third annual ranking of the World’s Greatest Places, according to the organization, “is a tribute to the leaders and firms in those industries who, in the face of adversity, discovered ways to adapt, build, and innovate. It highlights originality, creativity, rehabilitation, and reopenings in places all around the world.” 

  The list contains African cities and settlements. Ghana, Mozambique, Egypt, South Africa, Rwanda, Morocco, Botswana, and Cape Verde are among the major places to visit.

According to TIME, the top ten places to visit in Africa are listed below. 

1. Accra, Ghana  

Ghana’s capital city is Accra. With the numerous aircraft that arrive in the country every day, commuting to the city has never been easier. In the capital, tourists will find plenty to see. Museums, beaches, nightlife, delicious food, and other activities are among them. Touring Accra can be a bit tricky, but you are in luck, Continent Tours, with offices all over Africa, has curated tours to help you find your way around the city. Visit historical sites, Slave Castles, and fine beaches. 

2. Benguerra Island, Mozambique. 

The second-largest island in the Bazaruto Archipelago, which broke away from the mainland thousands of years ago, is Benguerra Island. The island is 55 square kilometers in size and is 14 kilometers off the coast. The island was also given the name Santa Antonio by Portuguese explorers. 

Benguerra Island offers excellent swimming, diving, and fishing options for visitors. However, you can relax and enjoy and have a beach picnic. 

3. Cairo, Egypt  


There is a plethora of things to do in Cairo. The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), which has been in the works for ten years, is set to open this year in Giza. When completed, the GEM will be the world’s largest archaeological museum “Within its modern walls are more than 100,000 ancient artifacts, including hundreds from Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s tomb. In addition to GEM, the Egyptian government is significantly investing in other efforts aimed at luring future visitors to Cairo.” 

You can also Explore famous historic sites in Egypt and Ghana. Visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities in Cairo, The Great Pyramids in Giza, and the ancient city of Alexandria.


4. Chimanimani National Park, Mozambique 

Chimanimani National Park, Mozambique

The newly appointed Chimanimani National Park in Mozambique is located in Zimbabwe’s Manica district. The national park is a symbol of the country’s continued environmental efforts. 

 Hikes up the mountain with a guide are highly recommended. Going on a stroll, on either side, takes a certain level of stamina. 

5. Kruger National Park, South Africa 

Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest wildlife reserves, located in northeastern South Africa. Lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalos are among the park’s species. Other mammals and bird species found in the park include vultures, eagles, and storks. The equipping mountains, wild plains, and tropical woodlands. 

6. KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 

South Africa


The province of KwaZulu-Natal is located in the northeastern part of South Africa. Despite its modest size, it is home to several of South Africa’s most renowned tourist sites. The World Heritage-listed Drakensberg mountains, Durban’s golden beaches and surf breaks, a rich Zulu culture, and spectacular wildlife activities are all available to visitors. 

Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, Africa’s oldest wildlife park, is located in KwaZulu-Natal. 

7. Lake Kivu, Rwanda If you work and live in Rwanda, you can visit Lake Kivu as part of your Rwanda safari tour or for a weekend. 

Sunbathing, swimming, and water sports such as kayaking, windsurfing, and canoeing are really just a few of the entertainment options on the lake. 

8. Marrakech, Morocco 


The Souk Semmarine is the largest of Marrakech’s souks (markets). Rugs, leather goods, silverware, and crockery of numerous sizes and forms can be found there. 

 Camels rides, visits to the Jewish cemetery, market visits, and more are among the entertainment options in Marrakech. 

9. Okavango Delta, Botswana 

Okavango Delta, Botswana

The Okavango Delta boasts a unique wildlife richness and is rightfully considered one of Africa’s top year-round safari destinations. 

It’s also one of the biggest inland deltas on the planet. The Okavango River, unlike most rivers that go to the sea, flows into open land, flooding the savanna and forming a unique and ever-changing inland delta. 

10. Sao Vicente, Cape Verde 

Sao Vicente, Cape Verde 

So Vicente is a Cape Verdean island in the West African archipelago. Mindelo, a northern port noted for traditional music and colonial buildings like the Palácio do Povo from the 1900s, is a cultural centre. 

Guests can go to the beach, climb, and participate in cultural tours, among other activities. 


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