|Child Range High Points||Rank||1.|
|Range2||East Africa Mountains|
Which countries in Africa have the most mountainous territory?
For more details see List of states with limited recognition.
List of highest points of African countries.
|Highest point||Mount Kilimanjaro|
|Elevation||5,892 m (19,331 ft)|
Which African country has many mountains?
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|1||Kibo (Uhuru Pk)||Tanzania|
|2||Mount Kenya (Batian)||Kenya|
|3||Mount Kenya (Nelion)||Kenya|
|4||Mawenzi (Hans Meyer Pk)||Tanzania|
Which country is the most mountainous?
The following countries are the most mountainous in the world based on their average elevation above sea level.
- Bhutan. Bhutan’s average elevation is 10,760 feet. …
- Nepal. …
- Tajikistan. …
- Kyrgyzstan. …
- Antarctica. …
- Lesotho. …
- Andorra. …
Where are most of the mountains of Africa found?
They include the Drakensberg Mountains that cross South Africa and Lesotho, Rwanda’s mount Karisimbi in the Virunga chain and the Lebombo mountains in Swaziland. The continent’s three highest peaks are found in East Africa and all of them are world heritage sites.
Which country has no mountains?
The highest country on Earth? That’s Bhutan, where the average altitude is a lofty 3,280 metres.
What are the 10 largest countries in Africa?
Here is a list of the top ten largest countries in square miles:
- Algeria (919,352 square miles)
- Democratic Republic of Congo (905,115 square miles)
- Sudan (728,022 square miles)
- Libya (679,192 square miles)
- Chad (495,624 square miles)
- Niger (489,062 square miles)
- Angola (481,226 square miles)
- Mali (478,714 square miles)
Which country is highest from sea level?
China and Nepal share the highest elevation point worldwide, which ascends to an amount of 8848 meters above sea level.
Does Africa have a lot of mountains?
Africa has a wide variety of awesome mountain ranges. From the High Atlas mountains in North Africa and Ethiopian Highlands in the East, to the wild jungle mountain-scapes of Rwenzori and Virunga in Central Africa and the Great Escarpment in the South.