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The Sudwala Caves are one of the oldest caves in the world, and are set in Precambrian dolomite rock. The rock is around 2800 million years old, and the caves themselves are believed to be even older. The Caves are located in Mpumalanga, South Africa, and are a popular tourist attraction. The caves are home […]
Border Cave is a rock shelter on the western scarp of the Lebombo Mountains in KwaZulu-Natal near the border between South Africa and Eswatini. It has yielded some of the oldest human remains in southern Africa, including bones and artifacts dated to approximately 44,000 years ago.
Gondolin Cave is a fossiliferous dolomitic paleocave system in the Northwest Province, South Africa. This Cave System is one of the largest and most well-preserved cave systems in the world. It is also one of the few caves that is still accessible to the public.
Once upon a time, Boesmansgat was known as “Bushman’s Hole” and was the biggest open-air gat (cave entrance) discovered so far.
The Blombos Cave is an archaeological site located in Blombos Private Nature Reserve, about 300 km east of Cape Town on the Southern Cape coastline, South Africa. Blombos Cave was first excavated in 1991 and field work has been conducted there on numerous occasions since then.
Dhambalin is an archaeological site in the central Sahil province of Somaliland. Dhambalin is known for its unique rock art found at four sites, which have been dated back into antiquity.
Gladysvale Cave is a fossil-bearing breccia filled cave located in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Laas Geel, also spelled Laas Gaal are cave formations on the rural outskirts of Hargeisa, Somaliland, situated in the Maroodi Jeex region of the country.
The Mussard cave is the most well-known mountain caves of Reunion island. You can visit this natural monument by yourself, but you must know that it’s quite big! This is why we advise you to do some sport before visiting Mussard cave.
The Ogbunike Caves are located in Ogbunike, Anambra State, southeastern Nigeria. Ogbunike is a town where one can experience the history of Nri Kingdom—the first kingdom created by the Binis out of their own volition outside present day Benin City. Eze-Nri, the traditional.
Welcome to Sibudu Cave, South Africa! Sibudu is a rock shelter in a sandstone cliff of the northern KwaZulu-Natal.
Amanchor Cave is one of Nigeria ‘s natural heritage, containing the world’s biggest stalagmite called “Mountain of Butter”, which measures about 12 meters in height and diameter.
The Apollo 11 Cave is an archeological site in the ǁKaras Region of south-western Namibia. It is located near the town of Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport, next to a road that separates it into two sites.
At Dragon’s Breath Cave, in Namibia, scientists found the fossilized remains of what they believe is a previously unknown species of hominid.
Kef Toghobeit is a karst cave near the settlement of Bab Taza in Chefchaouen Province, Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima, in northern Morocco. It is the deepest cave in Morocco, and the third deepest cave in Africa. Kef Toghobeit was previously known as Kef Ksiba.
Taforalt or Grotte des Pigeons is a cave in the province of Berkane, Béni Iznasen region, Morocco, possibly the oldest cemetery in North Africa.
Anjanamba is the name of a cave in South-Western Madagascar, Atsimo-Andrefana region, in the Mikea Forest. Anjanambalahy is the name of one of the people who occupied Anjanamba before settlers.
The Marosakabe cave system is a cave in Marosalaza, Madagascar. Marosakabe measures about 8 miles (13 km) long and contains numerous chambers, including the Marosakabe Chamber, which is 16 by 30 meters (52 by 98 ft) in size and over 162 meters (531 ft) deep at its lowest point.
Caves of Hercules is a unique archeological site located in Cape Spartel, Morocco. This cave complex is a 2km 2 hotspot for wildlife and contains over 1,000 plant species.
The Friouato caves, also known as Gouffre de Friouato, are located about 30 km south of the city of Taza, Morocco.
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