Everyone knows that black women are the most beautiful women on earth, women with outstanding kind of beauty. When we talk about beauty, we are referring to both inside traits and outside looks and an African woman has it all. All around the world, African women have always stood out among other women. They are very intelligent with very strong and good characters, and they have beautiful body structures and facial beauty to crown it all. Here we put together the top 10 African countries who has the most beautiful black women.
10. South SUDAN
Sudanese women are friendly and attractive, plus English is widely spoken.
Rwanda boasts an incredibly low cost of living plus a plethora of beautiful women to choose from.
Morocco is full of Arabic speaking beauties who want to get to know you. It’s about time you started studying Arabic!
Kenya, the birthplace of United States President Barack Obama’s father, is a rising jewel in Africa. English is widely spoken, plus the capital of Nairobi is considered one of the world’s largest technology hubs. It’s the “Silicon Valley” of Africa.
Visit Egypt and grab lunch with an Arabic beauty while en route to see the Pyramids.
Eritrea, located right next to Ethiopia, is a small but vibrant country full of beautiful ladies. The local langage is Tigrinya.
Ghana is considered “Africa for Beginners” for many reasons. Ghanians are extremely friendly to tourists/expats and English is widely spoken. If you visit to Accra and meet a Ghanian lady, you may never go home again!
Ethiopian girls are known for their wide eyes and beautiful grace. Learn Amharic and take a dream trip to Addis Ababa in search of your Ethiopian queen!
Djibouti is a tiny country with a population under 1 million, but still boasts some of the best looking women in Africa. Learn French and meet your future wife.
Somali girls live on the “Horn of Africa” and are definitely worth the trip. Take in the beautiful Indian Ocean while sharing a cozy spot with your Somalian beauty. Pick up the local Somali language and you’re golden.
With over 50 different countries in Africa, I know it’s impossible to list them all. So I’m asking you for your help in making this list the best on the internet.