Most Beautiful Beaches in Africa

most-beautiful-beaches-in-africaIf you check the map of Africa, you will know that Africa is one of the continents with the most beautiful beaches in the world. These beautiful beaches in Africa are ideal for those looking for amazing beach holiday destinations in Africa.

Here at Nigerian Infopedia, we are going to list the best African beaches and the country in which they are located.

Here are the 10 most beautiful beaches in Africa

10. NANGWI BEACH

The scenic archipelago of Zanzibar is a major tourist attraction in Africa. You will find many mind-blowing beaches here. Nungwi is definitely one among the best beaches in Africa right now. Its sparkling white sand and clear turquoise water is sure to enchant you!

9. SIDI BOU SAID BEACH (EGYPT)

The Sidi Bou Said beach is scenic, temperate and relaxing. The Sidi Bou Said town is known as an “artist’s paradise.” The beaches in the region are clean and offer crystal clear water.

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These are perfect locations for a wonderful beach holiday! Visit to any of these scenic and picturesque beaches is sure to be a memorable and refreshing experience!

8. ANSE SOLEIL BEACH (SEYCHELLES)

Seychelles is an archipelago of islands in the Indian Ocean. The Anse Soleil Beach in the Indian Ocean is located on the Mahe Island. This private beach is well-known for its scenic beauty and unreserved ventillation. It is bordered by cascading forests which makes it one of the beautiful beaches in Africa.

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7. BELLE MARE BEACH(MAURITIUS)

If you love quiet and serene beach, Belle Mare beach in Mauritius is just right for you. It is located in the east coast of Mauritius, a beautiful island nation in the Indian Ocean. The beach glistens with white sand. Watching sunrise here is an out-of-the-world experience.

6. SKELETON COAST BEACH (NAMBIA)

Skeleton Coast is an intriguing location. This stretch of beach is known for shrouds of dense fog. Amazing waves here attract many surfers from all around the world,the colour of the water gives more appetite and seduction to relax in it.

5. CAP SKIRTING BEACH (SENEGAL)

Located in the west coast of Africa, the Cap Skirting is isolated from the hustle and noise of the regular urban dwellings. This gorgeous beach is flat and expansive! It is famous for its white sands, which stretch for miles. It is a paradise on earth!

4. KOKROBITE BEACH (GHANA)

Kokrobite Beach is one of the gorgeous beaches in Ghana, a beautiful, warm, inviting and peaceful country in Africa. It is around 19 miles from Accra, the capital of Ghana. The water here is beautiful and natural.People here are friendly alongside, parties are organized even beautiful and attractive items are also sold at the Kokrobite beach for romantic affairs.

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3. CHITIMBA BEACH (MALAWI)

Malawi is a landlocked nation. It does not share a border with any sea or ocean. Chitimba Beach stretches along Lake Malawi. The Chitimba camp is located 143 km from the major town, Mzuzu. This beach is famous for its golden sand, papaya trees and banana trees.

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2. UYONGO BEACH (SOUTH AFRICA)

The Uvongo Beach is one of the few family-friendly beautiful beaches in the world. Located on the lower south coast of South Africa, this beach has a shallow lagoon that is just right for children to rollick and play around in,the waves does are not hostile like the others witnessed in other beaches.

1. ELMINA BEACH (GHANA)

The Elmina Beach is located in the west coast of Africa. It is about a three hour drive from Accra. The beaches in this region are peppered with statuesque fifteenth century architecture and enchanting establishments like Coconut Grove Resorts.It is no doubt the most beautiful beach in Africa right now.

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