Africa Country High Points
|Rank||Country||Peak|| Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 2)||Ascent Date|
|22.||Heard and McDonald Islands||Big Ben||9006||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|26.||Namibia||Brandberg||8442||Southern Africa|| |
|29.||Nigeria||Chappal Wadi||7936||West Africa Mountains|| |
|62.||Cocos Islands||Cocos Islands High Point||36||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|63.||British Indian Ocean Territory||Diego Garcia High Point||23||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|12.||Chad||Emi Koussi||11,302||Sahara Desert Ranges|| |
|39.||Swaziland||Emlembe||6109||Southern Africa|| |
|40.||French Southern Lands||Grand Ross||6070||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|60.||Guinea-Bissau||Guinea-Bissau High Point||860||West Africa Mountains|| |
|47.||Mali||Hombori Tondo||3789||West Africa Mountains|| |
|25.||Zimbabwe||Inyangani||8504||Southern Africa|| |
|15.||Sudan||Jabal Marrah||9980||Sahara Desert Ranges|| |
|43.||Tunisia||Jebel Chambi||5066||Atlas Mountains|| |
|7.||Morocco||Jebel Toubkal||13,671||Atlas Mountains|| |
|30.||Comoros||Kartala||7746||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|51.||Mauritania||Kdeyyat ej Joul||3002||Sahara Desert Ranges|| |
|1.||Tanzania||Kilimanjaro||19,341||East Africa Mountains|| |
|13.||South Sudan||Kinyeti||10,456||East Africa Mountains|| |
|38.||Sierra Leone||Loma Mansa||6381||West Africa Mountains|| |
|11.||South Africa||Mafadi||11,322||Southern Africa|| |
|32.||Zambia||Mafinga Central||7674||Southern Africa|| |
|20.||Madagascar||Maromokotro||9436||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|57.||Mayotte||Mlima Bénara||2165||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|44.||Botswana||Monalanong Hill||4902||Southern Africa|| |
|50.||Togo||Mont Agou||3235||West Africa Mountains|| |
|36.||Niger||Mont Bagzane||6634||Sahara Desert Ranges|| |
|48.||Gabon||Mont Bengoué||3510||West Africa Mountains|| |
|23.||Burundi||Mont Heha||8760||East Africa Mountains|| |
|49.||Congo Republic||Mont Nabeba||3346||West Africa Mountains|| |
|46.||Central African Republic||Mont Ngaoui||4626||West Africa Mountains|| |
|41.||Ivory Coast||Mont Richard-Molard||5748||West Africa Mountains|| |
|41.||Guinea||Mont Richard-Molard||5748||West Africa Mountains|| |
|58.||Benin||Mont Sokbaro||2159||West Africa Mountains|| |
|31.||Portugal||Montanha do Pico||7713||Mid-Atlantic Islands|| |
|52.||Seychelles||Morne Seychellois||2969||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|24.||Angola||Moro de Môco||8596||Southern Africa|| |
|53.||Ghana||Mount Afadjoto||2904||West Africa Mountains|| |
|28.||Mozambique||Mount Binga||7992||Southern Africa|| |
|8.||Cameroon||Mount Cameroon||13,255||West Africa Mountains|| |
|2.||Kenya||Mount Kenya||17,057||East Africa Mountains|| |
|3.||Congo DRC||Mount Stanley||16,762||East Africa Mountains|| |
|3.||Uganda||Mount Stanley||16,762||East Africa Mountains|| |
|45.||Liberia||Mount Wuteve||4659||West Africa Mountains|| |
|37.||Djibouti||Moussa Ali||6631||Ethiopian Highlands|| |
|55.||Bouvet Island||Olavtoppen||2559||Mid-Atlantic Islands|| |
|54.||Mauritius||Petite Rivière Noire Peak||2717||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|33.||Libya||Pic Bette||7434||Sahara Desert Ranges|| |
|21.||Cape Verde||Pico de Cano||9281||Mid-Atlantic Islands|| |
|17.||Equatorial Guinea||Pico de Santa Isabel||9869||West Africa Mountains|| |
|35.||Sao Tome and Principe||Pico de São Tomé||6640||West Africa Mountains|| |
|9.||Spain||Pico de Teide||12,198||Mid-Atlantic Islands|| |
|14.||Reunion||Piton des Neiges||10,075||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
|34.||Saint Helena||Queen Mary's Peak||6759||Mid-Atlantic Islands|| |
|5.||Ethiopia||Ras Dashen||14,928||Ethiopian Highlands|| |
|61.||Gambia||Red Rock||174||West Africa Mountains|| |
|18.||Malawi||Sapitwa Peak||9849||Southern Africa|| |
|59.||Senegal||Senegal High Point||2093||West Africa Mountains|| |
|27.||Somalia||Shimbiris||8071||Ethiopian Highlands|| |
|16.||Eritrea||Soira||9902||Ethiopian Highlands|| |
|19.||Algeria||Tahat||9541||Sahara Desert Ranges|| |
|56.||Burkina Faso||Téna Kourou||2451||West Africa Mountains|| |
|10.||Lesotho||Thabana Ntlenyana||11,424||Southern Africa|| |
|6.||Rwanda||Volcan Karisimbi||14,826||East Africa Mountains|| |
|64.||Maldives||Wilingili Island High Point||10||Indian Ocean Islands|| |
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Africa, as defined by the Peakbagger.com Range Classification Scheme, includes all the mid-oceanic islands of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. That is why you see the high points of countries like Spain and Portugal (located on the Canary Islands and Azores, respectively) on a list of African countries. Also note that the high point of Egypt is geographically in Asia, so is not on the list.
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