10 BEST HIKING TRAILS IN AFRICA

    4. FISH RIVER CANYON, NAMIBIA

    This 52 mile (85 km), 4 day trail will take you into the second largest canyon in the world, the Fish River Canyon. It’s considered one of Africa’s toughest hikes, so be ready for a challenge. More than will, you’ll need fitness and strength because once you start, there’s no way out! If you’re up for it, you’ll have the chance to hike through 5 billion years of geological history.

    5. MOUNT MULANJE – MALAWI

    If you ever find yourself in Malawi, find a way to get to Mount Mulanje. This massif of twisted granite that rises from the surrounding plains is considered one of the country’s most beautiful mountain areas. There’s a system on 8 mountain huts and large network of trails that link them together. Mulanje also has some of the largest granite inselbergs and the best granite climbing around.

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