The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s official ‘World Wonder’, according to medical travel insurance company, AllClear.
AllClear took to Wikipedia to analyse page views of over 4 300 landmarks from every country around the globe, and discovered which countries’ pages were visited most – revealing the attractions that were the most ‘wondered’ about.
Africa’s top three ‘Wonders’ are the River Nile in Sudan (8.2 million page views), Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania (7.5 million page views) and Carthage in Tunisia (5.5 million page views).
Kruger National Park (one of Africa’s largest game reserves), Namibia’s Skeleton Coast National Park, Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve, Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, and Egypt’s Valley of the Kings, were also named amongst Africa’s World Wonders.
The top seven in the world, according to AllClear’s analysis, are:
- The Taj Mahal (India) – 28.6 million page views
- The Burj Khalifa (United Arab Emirates) – 23.4 million page views
- Mount Everest (Nepal) – 22.1 million page views
- The Statue of Liberty (United States of America) – 19.8 million page views
- The Great Wall of China (China) – 17.4 million page views
- The Eiffel Tower (France) – 17.3 million page views
- Machu Picchu (Peru) – 14.2 million page views