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SOUTHERN AFRICA
SOUTH-WEST AFRICA
AGALEGA ISLANDS
ANGOCHE
ANKARANA PLATEAU
ANTSIRANANA BAY
ARANDIS
BAZARUTO ARCHIPELAGO
BAZARUTO ISLAND
BENGUELA
BINDURA
BRANDBERG
BUTHA-BUTHE
DAMARALAND
EASTERN HIGHLANDS
FIANARANTSOA
FRANCISTOWN
GREAT DYKE
GWANDA
HUAMBO
HWANGE
KAOKOLAND
KARIBA
LILONGWE
LIWONDE
LOBITO
MAFETENG
MALANJE
MAHAJANGA
MANA POOLS
MANICA
MANGOCHI
MANZINI
MASERU
MASVINGO
MATOLA
MBABANE
MULANJE
MZIMBA
NYIKA PLATEAU
OUTJO
ORANJEMUND
PALAPYE
PIGGS PEAK
QUTHING
THABA-TSEKA
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Southern Africa

  1. Southern Africa is a dry land but there are many very green regions such as Kwazulu- Natal, a province of South Africa.
  2. Southern Africa is a region that includes several non-tropical countries in Africa. (Web site)
  3. Southern Africa is one of the most exciting destinations on the planet. (Web site)
  4. Southern Africa is the southernmost region of the African continent, variably defined by geography or geopolitics.

South-West Africa

  1. South-West Africa was a German protectorate at the beginning of the 20th century. (Web site)
  2. After German South-West Africa was taken over by the Union of South Africa in 1915, all harbour activities were transferred from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay. (Web site)
  3. South-West Africa formally excluded Walvis Bay from the mandate and annexed it as an enclave though it became part of Namibia in 1994.

Agalega Islands

  1. The Agalega Islands are two islands in the Indian Ocean, lying 1,100 km (700 miles) north of Mauritius.
  2. The Agalega Islands are 1,100 kilometers from Mauritius, 3,000km from India and 1,800km from the US base at Diego Garcia. (Web site)
  3. The Agalega Islands are 1,100 kilometres rom Mauritius, 3,000km from India and 1,800km from the US base at Diego Garcia.

Angoche

  1. Angoche is a district and city of the province of Nampula, in Mozambique. (Web site)
  2. Angoche is a district and village of the province of Nampula, in Mozambique.
  3. Angoche is a very strategic town as it is considered to be the centre for Muslim influence in northern Mozambique. (Web site)
  4. Angoche is an old Muslim trading centre dating back to at least the 15th century. (Web site)

Ankarana Plateau

  1. Ankarana Plateau is a small vegetated mountain range in northern Madagascar with elevations that exceed 1220 meters (4000 feet) above sea level. (Web site)
  2. Join a team of naturalists as they trek to the island's isolated Ankarana plateau to study the exotic animals of this forbidding wildlife oasis. (Web site)

Antsiranana Bay

  1. Located on the south side of the Passe d'Orangea, the entrance to Antsiranana Bay, about 3 km (2 mi) northeast of Ramena. (Web site)
  2. The lighthouse is located on a small island in the middle of Antsiranana Bay, a large bay in northeastern Madagascar. (Web site)

Arandis

  1. Arandis was to become a sustainable municipality.
  2. Arandis is a constituency in the Erongo Region of Namibia.
  3. Arandis is the first town in the country to depend completely on pre-paid water.

Bazaruto Archipelago

  1. The Bazaruto Archipelago is a group of small islands situated approximately 40 kilometers off the coast of Mozambique.
  2. The Bazaruto Archipelago is a stunning series of pristine islands waiting to be discovered.
  3. The Bazaruto Archipelago is a well-known fishing destination, particularly for marlin and sailfish anglers.

Bazaruto Island

  1. Bazaruto Island is part of the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, one of the largest conservation areas in the Indian Ocean. (Web site)
  2. Bazaruto Island is one of five principal islands in the Bazaruto Archipelago, which lies just 30km off the coast of Vilanculos in Inhambane Province.
  3. Bazaruto Island is one of Africa's premier scuba diving destinations. (Web site)

Benguela

  1. Benguela is a province of Angola. (Web site)
  2. Benguela is a mere 23 ft. (Web site)
  3. Benguela is a self - catering luxury home located in Constantia.
  4. Benguela is the capital of the province.
  5. Benguela: a city in Angola.

Bindura

  1. Bindura is a hot spot because it is a ZANU-PF stronghold where opposing views are not tolerated.
  2. Bindura is a small town north of Harare where our HOPE head office is based.
  3. Bindura is a town in the province of Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe. (Web site)
  4. Bindura is the capital of the province.
  5. Bindura was originally named Kimberley Reefs after gold mine which was opened here in 1901.

Brandberg

  1. Brandberg is a 120 million year old massif, isolated from other mountains by hundreds of miles of barren sand. (Web site)
  2. Brandberg is a constituency in the Erongo Region of Namibia.
  3. Brandberg is a sought-after area for both mountaineers and backpackers.
  4. The Brandberg is a biodiversity site with an extensive database on the Museum's webpage.
  5. The Brandberg is a gazetted national monument with an area of more than 450 square kilometres. (Web site)

Butha-Buthe

  1. Butha-Buthe is a district of Lesotho. (Web site)
  2. Butha-Buthe is a northern district of Lesotho.
  3. Butha-Buthe is the capital of the district, which has only that one town.
  4. Butha-Buthe is the capital of the district. (Web site)
  5. Butha-Buthe is the capital or town of the district.

Damaraland

  1. Damaraland is a hot, hard land.
  2. Damaraland is a land of contrasting desert, rolling grassland and high mountain ranges, with unusual geological features, rock paintings and rare animals.
  3. Damaraland is a land of stark desert beauty.
  4. Damaraland is a large region with many attractions and is located east of Skeleton Coast National Park.
  5. Damaraland is a ruggedly beautiful region located inland from the Skeleton Coast.

Eastern Highlands

  1. Eastern Highlands is a string of mountains that run some 300km from north to south.
  2. The Eastern Highlands are a beautiful place to visit. (Web site)
  3. The Eastern Highlands are located where South Africa borders the Kingdom of Lesotho - a country of mountains and river sources often accessible on by pony. (Web site)
  4. The Eastern Highlands are popular in regional tourism for hiking, golfing, horseback riding, and birdwatching.
  5. The Eastern Highlands is a mountain range in the east of Zimbabwe .

Fianarantsoa

  1. Fianarantsoa is a city (commune urbaine) in south central Madagascar. (Web site)
  2. Fianarantsoa - A page on the city that speaks about the area and its attractions.
  3. Fianarantsoa is a city in the Fianarantsoa Province of southeastern Madagascar.
  4. Fianarantsoa is a province Fianarantsoa of Madagascar with an area of 103,272 km-.
  5. Fianarantsoa is a province of Madagascar with an area of 103,272 km².

Francistown

  1. Francistown is a city in Botswana .
  2. Francistown is a key town for travellers to the north and west of the country.
  3. Francistown is a major travel hub, with a railway station and airport serving as transit stops for those heading north and west to the safari-lands.
  4. Francistown is a stopping-off point for visitors on the way to the Okavango, Moremi and Chobe game reserves.
  5. Francistown is the oldest town in Botswana.

Great Dyke

  1. The Great Dyke is a 450km-long mafic and ultramafic intrusive structure that runs through central Zimbabwe, with a maximum width of just 11km.
  2. The Great Dyke is a geological feature running through the heart of Zimbabwe for about 550 kilometres in a roughly north-south direction. (Web site)
  3. The Great Dyke is a layered complex similar to that of the Bushveld Complex.
  4. The Great Dyke is a linear feature that trends nearly north-south through the center of Zimbabwe passing just to the west of the capital, Harare. (Web site)
  5. The Great Dyke was first reported in 1867 by the explorer Carl Mauch .

Gwanda

  1. Gwanda is a rural area. (Web site)
  2. Gwanda is a small isolated village, a beautiful place close to Tanzania near Lake Victoria but with a sad reputation.
  3. Gwanda is the capital of the province of Matabeleland South in Zimbabwe. (Web site)
  4. Gwanda is the capital of the province of Matabeleland Southin Zimbabwe.
  5. Gwanda is the capital of the province.

Huambo

  1. Huambo is a main hub in the Caminho de Ferro de Benguela (CFB) the Benguela Railway that runs from the port of Benguela to the Congo border. (Web site)
  2. Huambo is a main hub on the Caminho de Ferro de Benguela (CFB) (the Benguela Railway) that runs from the port of Benguela to the Congo border. (Web site)
  3. Huambo is a province of Angola. (Web site)
  4. Huambo is a sub-office and there is a WFP warehouse and a food distribution point.
  5. Huambo is the capital of Huambo Province Huambo is a province of Angola.

Hwange

  1. Hwange is a coal mining town,there is'nt much in the town.
  2. Hwange is a dry area with no natural waterholes or rivers, but lots of groundwater.
  3. Hwange is a haven for elephant and elephant lover.
  4. Hwange is a haven for wildlife and one of Africa's premier game parks.
  5. Hwange is a huge slice of the north western Zimbabwe's territory on the border with Botswana. (Web site)

Kaokoland

  1. Kaokoland is a special experience with visits to the temporary stay-overs of the Dorsland Trekkers. (Web site)
  2. Kaokoland is a succession of hills and mountains punctuated by endless plains.
  3. Kaokoland is a vast area west of Etosha.
  4. Kaokoland is a wilderness in what is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world. (Web site)
  5. Kaokoland is one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Southern Africa.

Kariba

  1. Kariba is a 4,5 hour drive from Harare. (Web site)
  2. Kariba is a city of Zimbabwe located in Mashonaland West.
  3. Kariba is a great inland sea, nested in mountains, guarded by enormous reserves of game and offering entertainment, relaxation, sport and adventure.
  4. Kariba is a popular lakeside resort in the north of Zimbabwe built around a man-made dam on the Zambezi River.
  5. Kariba is a popular tourist destination and affords visitors the opportunity to watch African wildlife in its almost natural environment.

Lilongwe

  1. Lilongwe is a Capital with good infrastructures and perfect living conditions with a pleasant social life atmosphere.
  2. Lilongwe is a capital like I've never seen before, certainly poorer than one would expect of the government headquarters of a country.
  3. Lilongwe is a combination of the new and the old city that has a number of interesting restaurants, hotels and offices.
  4. Lilongwe is a district in the Central Region of Malawi.
  5. Lilongwe is a fertile agricultural area. (Web site)

Liwonde

  1. Liwonde is a busy market and route centre to the south of Liwonde National Park and north of Zomba.
  2. Liwonde is a land of flood plain grasslands, reed swamps and floating meadows, the great Shire River carving a swathe along it's western boundary. (Web site)
  3. Liwonde is a popular and much visited area in the region.
  4. Liwonde is the best national park in the country, well-managed with a good stock of game and beautiful scenery.
  5. Liwonde is the most well-known national park in the country, well-managed with a good stock of game and beautiful scenery. (Web site)

Lobito

  1. Lobito is a Benguela province port city and an important railway route for the southern region of Africa.
  2. Lobito is a city and a municipality of the province of Benguela , in Angola .
  3. Lobito is a city and a municipality of the province of Benguela.
  4. Lobito is a large, sheltered, natural harbour. (Web site)
  5. Lobito is a town in the southwestern part of Angola, on the Atlantic Coast.

Mafeteng

  1. Mafeteng is a busy town close to the Van Rooyenshek border post .
  2. Mafeteng is a district of Lesotho. (Web site)
  3. Mafeteng is an administrative and commercial centre about 76 kilometres south of Maseru.
  4. Mafeteng is the camptown or capital of the district. (Web site)
  5. Mafeteng is the capital city of Mafeteng District in Lesotho. (Web site)

Malanje

  1. Malanje is a province of Angola.
  2. Malanje is a province of north-east Angola .
  3. Malanje is the capital city of Malanje Province in Angola. (Web site)
  4. Malanje is the capital of Malanje province, Angola.
  5. Malanje is the capital of the province. (Web site)

Mahajanga

  1. Mahajanga is a city on the north-west coast of Madagascar.
  2. Mahajanga is a favorite tourist destination for both Malagasy tourists and international travelers.
  3. Mahajanga is a nice town with a giant baobab at its sea side.
  4. Mahajanga is a province of Madagascar with an area of 150,023 km².
  5. Mahajanga is a province of Madagascar with an area of 150,023 km--.

Mana Pools

  1. Mana Pools are former channels of the Zambezi.
  2. Mana Pools is a World Heritage Sight situated along the north eastern banks of The Zambezi River.
  3. Mana Pools is a World Heritage site and one of the most beautiful parks in Africa.
  4. Mana Pools is a special paradise of game. (Web site)
  5. Mana Pools is a truly remote park.

Manica

  1. Manica is a district of Mozambique in the Manica Province with a population of 155,731 people.
  2. Manica is a privately owned mineral exploration company operating in southern and east Africa under the control of Dr. John Gurney and Dr. Peter Hildebrand. (Web site)
  3. Manica is a province in Mozambique and Manicaland is the adjoining province in Zimbabwe.
  4. Manica is a province of Mozambique. (Web site)
  5. Manica is a small town about an hour away from Chiomoio (which is the capital of the Manica province).

Mangochi

  1. MANGOCHI IS a lake-shore town, four hours drive north of Blantyre. (Web site)
  2. Mangochi is a district in the Southern Region of Malawi. (Web site)
  3. Mangochi is a district of Malawi. (Web site)
  4. Mangochi is a very old town, founded by Sir Harry Johnston in 1891 to control the slave trade along the river and the southern lakeshore.
  5. Mangochi was once an important slaving centre and later a colonial administrative town known as Fort Johnston. (Web site)

Manzini

  1. Manzini is a district of Swaziland, located in the center -WEST of the country.
  2. Manzini is a market town in central Swaziland and is the nation's main industrial centre. (Web site)
  3. Manzini is a market town in central Swaziland and is the nation's largest city and main industrial centre.
  4. Manzini is a senior manager attached to the two spy services.
  5. Manzini is the capital hub of the country.

Maseru

  1. Maseru is a district of Lesotho.
  2. Maseru is a road and trade center for livestock, hides and skins, wool, and grain, all produced in the vicinity.
  3. Maseru is a sister city of Austin, Texas. (Web site)
  4. Maseru is a small city for a capital, at least by some of the standards I---ve seen elsewhere in the world.
  5. Maseru is a young but growing city.

Masvingo

  1. Masvingo is a town in south eastern Zimbabwe and the capital of Masvingo Province. (Web site)
  2. Masvingo is a province of Zimbabwe. (Web site)
  3. Masvingo is a city of approximately 150,000 people.
  4. Masvingo is a must as this is where you will view the Great Zimbabwe Ruins.
  5. Masvingo is a particular case in point. (Web site)

Matola

  1. Matola is a city in the south of Mozambique, with a population of 340,000, and lies to the west of the country's capital, the city of Maputo.
  2. Matola is a city in the south of Mozambique, with a population of 440,927 ( 1997 census), and lies to the west of the country's capital, the city of Maputo. (Web site)
  3. Matola is a friend of one of those accused of carrying out the assassination, Anibal Antonio dos Santos Junior (known as "Anibalzinho").
  4. Matola is also the name of a small river (some 30 km long), that makes the northern border of the Matola municipality, and flows into Maputo Bay. (Web site)
  5. Matola is an industrial centre with an important port for mineral ( chromium and iron) and other exports from Swaziland and South Africa. (Web site)

Mbabane

  1. Mbabane is the administrative capital of the country while the legislative capital, Lobamba, is in the south.
  2. MBABANE: The main attractions in town are the Malls. (Web site)
  3. Mbabane is a medium-sized town and the capital of Swaziland. (Web site)
  4. Mbabane is the administrative capital and Mazini is the commercial hub, situated next to Matsapha Industrial estate.
  5. Mbabane is the administrative capital and largest town. (Web site)

Mulanje

  1. Mulanje is a big mountain, one of the highest in Southern Africa, but it's not that difficult to conquer.
  2. Mulanje is a big mountain that covers 600 square kilometres.
  3. Mulanje is a district in the Southern Region of Malawi. (Web site)
  4. Mulanje is a guides and porters branch present. (Web site)
  5. Mulanje is a vast, isolated granite massif rising sharply and dramatically above the Phalombe Plain southeast of Blantyre. (Web site)

Mzimba

  1. Mzimba is a district in the Northern Region of Malawi. (Web site)
  2. Mzimba is a laidback town, with little change since the colonial era.
  3. Mzimba is the largest district in the northern region, accounting for 6.2 per cent of the country---s population, mainly the Ngonis.
  4. Mzimba was a delegate at this too. (Web site)
  5. Mzimba was chosen to deliver one of the sermons. (Web site)

Nyika Plateau

  1. Nyika Plateau is a 3000 square kilometer wildlife sanctuary and is one of the most wonderful places in Africa for trekking.
  2. Nyika Plateau is a marvellous area for hiking, and has some unusual wildlife.
  3. The Nyika Plateau is a unique ecosystem and one of the world’s hotspots.
  4. The Nyika Plateau is a unique ecosystem and one of the world's hotspots.
  5. The Nyika Plateau is the remotest part of a remote country.

Outjo

  1. Outjo is a constituency in the Kunene Region of Namibia. (Web site)
  2. Outjo is a cattle ranching country set in a cluster of low hills and woodland savannah. (Web site)
  3. Outjo is a small provincial town with a population of approx.
  4. Outjo is a small town in north-western Namibia .
  5. Outjo is a town in Namibia, located in Outjo Constituency. (Web site)

Oranjemund

  1. Oranjemund is a closed Diamond Mining town in the Namib Desert.
  2. Oranjemund is a constituency in the Karas Region of Namibia. (Web site)
  3. Oranjemund is a town in the Northern Cape .
  4. Oranjemund is a work place where inhabitants are workers from different parts of the country.
  5. Oranjemund is the only town with access to a perennial river. (Web site)

Palapye

  1. Palapye is a populated place in Botswana (general), Botswana, Africa.
  2. Palapye is a semi-urban locality with an advanced infrastructure.
  3. Palapye is a large town in Botswana, situated about halfway between Francistown and Gaborone.
  4. Palapye is a large town in Botswana, situated halfway between Francistown and Gaborone. (Web site)
  5. Palapye is a small town (population around 22 000) built around a coal-driven Power Station, Morupule Power Station. (Web site)

Piggs Peak

  1. Piggs Peak is a world renowned casino in S Africa.
  2. Piggs Peak is a timber town in northwestern Swaziland high in the hills about an hour from Mbabane.
  3. Piggs Peak is a town in north western Swaziland. (Web site)
  4. Piggs Peak is a well known gaming site and offers the all africa poker tournament which currently offers a R3,500,000 million tournament.
  5. Piggs Peak is a world renowned land casino in S Africa.

Quthing

  1. Quthing is a disadvantaged area.
  2. Quthing is a district of Lesotho. (Web site)
  3. Quthing is also known as Moyeni, meaning ‘Place of the Wind’.
  4. Quthing is the capital city or camptown of Quthing District in Lesotho.
  5. Quthing was established in 1877, abandoned in the Gun War of 1880, and then rebuilt at its present site – the southernmost town in Lesotho.

Thaba-Tseka

  1. Thaba-Tseka is a district of Lesotho. (Web site)
  2. Thaba-Tseka is the capital city or camptown of Thaba-Tseka_District in Lesotho.
  3. Thaba-Tseka is the capital or town or camptown of the district. (Web site)
  4. Thaba-Tseka is the capital or town or camptown of the district.Thaba-Tseka has one town. (Web site)

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