Tanzania ranked fourth globally, tops the continent with a natural beauty score of 6.98 out of ten, supported by, among others, a huge forest cover, a high number of prominent mountains and a longer coastline.
The country with the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, boasts eleven ultra-prominent mountains, three volcanoes, and 3,580 square kilometres of coral reef area.
With 1,424 kilometres of coastline length, the East African nation also has 387,944 square kilometres of tropical forest area. It also has a total of 836 protected areas and 75 glaciers. From magnificent mountains to colourful coral reefs, the world’s natural marvels are a huge draw for travellers, said the report.