If you are planning to travel and move to Africa, you must be happy with the great compilation of the most beautiful, civilized places in Africa to live. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. From the Great Pyramids to the Sahara desert, the tropical paradises to the breathtaking mountains, Africa has something for everyone. It might even be a nice place to take up residence for a while. But Africa does have somewhat of a reputation. Poverty, wild tribes, poor sanitary health and unbearably hot weather, are only a few of its stereotypes.
“Beautiful” can also mean many different things, and it doesn’t always mean civilized. After all, the richest country in Africa could contain the rudest citizens. In fact, one of the most beautiful aspects of Africa is the strength of the people in the poorest cities of Africa. People who wonder where their next meal will come from daily, yet keep a smile on their face. (Remember that as Thanksgiving rolls around and you’re complaining because the turkey’s too salty.)
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of great compilation of the most beautiful, civilized places in Africa to live from their list.
The first place is Sao Tome and Principe. Though it resides right off the coast of Africa, this is a Portuguese speaking Democratic Republic made up of two main archipelagos. The next beautiful place is the Democratic Republic of Congo, sometimes known as Zairewhich is in central Africa, with an Atlantic coastline. The third place to live in Africa is Uganda. Want a few gorillas as your neighbor? Move to Uganda, where the locals are known for their especially warm welcomes (hopefully the gorillas are friendly too). At last, but not least we are recommending Madagascar. The fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar, the next one on our list of most beautiful, civilized places in Africa to live, contains many different plant and animal species that are unique to the island.