The fifth in line would be the Ngorongoro Crater from Tanzania. it is the biggest volcanic crater in the world and it has 600 meters depth and 260 square kilometers total surface. Many natural vegetation species live inside it.
The sixth place that one must visit once in Africa is the Fish River Canyon from Namibia. After the Grand Canyon from the United States of America, the Namibian location of the Fish River Canyon is the most spectacular in the world. With a slope of 160 kilometers long, 27 kilometers width and 550 meters depth. In some of the places, the river just pours in the middle of this huge show. The spaces are large, with clean air and amazing beaches.
The migration of the antelopes from the natural reservations of Maasai Mara and Serengeti is one of the most amazing natural events in the world. It is a very impressive move for those that see it. This takes place in open air and hundreds of thousands of antelopes and zebras that go towards greener pastures. The mass migration is a tensioned trip for the antelopes as they are closely followed by prey animals, which hope to take advantage of their weaknesses. And many times, they actually do.
The Valley of the Kings from Egypt for 500 years has been the place where tombs of kings and nobles were being built. This valley is not impressive just through its almost 63 tombs, but as well through its amazing landscape. In 1922 the Tomb of Tutankhamen was discovered in this valley.
The ninth location one should visit is the Temples of Karnack. This is a mix of three main temples and a few smaller ones. This complex of temples is located near Luxor, the place where one can find as well other impressive vestiges. It is the main area with temples opened to the public.
Despite of the fact that you may not believe it, here you will as well find a delta. It is the Okavango, Botswana. It is the biggest delta formed on dry land and it is on a surface of 17000 square kilometers. The Okavango River goes through the Kalahari Dessert from Botswana and it forms a complex and enchanting labyrinth of lagoons, islands and lakes.