Paws on Africa Silver Plated Bangle



The Africa Silver Plated Bangle makes a fabulous gift for yourself or loved ones who live in Africa and are proudly African. Equally, it makes an apt keepsake for those who have travelled to the continent and have found that Africa has impressed itself in your heart and soul. This alluring continent has so much to offer; it’s difficult for it not to make a lasting impression on you.

Key features:

  • Charm size: approx. width 2.3cm x 2.2cm
  • Bangle diameter: approx. 2.5 inches (adjustable); view bangle adjustment instructions here
  • Silver plated brass
  • Lead and nickel free
  • Accompanied by a story card describing the cultural significance and symbolism behind Africa
  • Securely packaged and inserted in a complementary jewellery pouch
  • 5% profits are donated to the Mara Predator Conservation Programme
  • Pairs perfectly with the Africa Silver Plated Necklace

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Africa Silver Plated Bangle

The Africa Silver Plated Bangle makes a fabulous gift for yourself or loved ones. Equally, it makes an apt keepsake for those who have travelled to the continent. This alluring continent has so much to offer. Read on to discover more.

Natural Wonders in Africa

The African continent has the widest variety of natural wonders. Indeed, the diversity and versatility is so immense that you would need a lifetime to explore it all. Here are some of the most popular and unique to get you started.

Namaqualand, Namibia and South Africa. This place transforms from dry, arid and plain to thousands of colourful flowers in Spring. Further, the sight is stunningly beautiful, like something out of a fairytale. You literally breath in sheer bliss.

The Blyde River Canyon, Mpumalanga, South Africa. This breathtaking beautiful canyon stretches for 25 km (16 miles) to the north of the Drakensberg in South Africa. The lush green forests feature stunning waterfalls and it is also home to various animals. For example, hippos, antelopes and numerous primates.

The Namib Desert, Namibia. It features distinctive red desert dunes, that sprawl for thousands of kilometres before dropping into turbulent ocean waves. Thus it creates a truly dramatic and mesmerising landscape. Indeed, words cannot adequately describe it.

The Victoria Falls. Bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Victoria Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in the world. The locals call it Mosi oa Tunya, “The Smoke that Thunders”. It features the largest sheet of falling water in the world, more than 2km wade. Additionally, it has an intriguing a natural pool, known as “Devil’s Pool” on the Zambia’s side.

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Evidently this is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Actually it is a volcano, composed of three distinct cones. There are various climbing routes to attract both the not so seasoned hiker and the professional climber. Moreover, the stunning glaciers make the climb well worth it.

Discover more Natural World Heritage Sites in Africa when you check out the Africa Gold Plated Earrings.

Africa is central to our lives

“Africa is our center of gravity, our cultural and spiritual mother and father, our beating heart, no matter where we live on the face of this earth.” John Henrik Clarke

Looking for more natural wonders in Africa? Discover more here.