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Africa Island High Points above 1000 meters

RankIslandPeak Elev-M CountryIsol-KmAscent Date
1.TenerifePico de Teide3718Spain895.1 
2.RéunionPiton des Neiges3071Reunion2766.6 
3.BiokoPico de Santa Isabel3008Equatorial Guinea83.3 
4.MadagascarMaromokotro2876Madagascar1041.7 
5.FogoPico de Cano2829Cape Verde1672.4 
6.Heard IslandBig Ben2745Heard and McDonald Islands2045.8 
7.La PalmaRoque de los Muchachos2426Spain131.2 
8.Grande ComoreKartala2361Comoros657.5 
9.PicoMontanha do Pico2351Portugal1451.3 
10.Tristan da CunhaQueen Mary's Peak2060Saint Helena2661.7 
11.São ToméPico de São Tomé2024Sao Tome and Principe407.7 
12.Santo AntãoTope da Caroa1982Cape Verde252.3 
13.Gran CanariaEl Morrón de la Agujereada1956Spain104.1 
14.MadeiraPico Ruivo1862Portugal453.1 
15.Kerguelen IslandGrand Ross1850French Southern Lands478.6 
16.AnjouanNtingui1595Comoros125.9 
17.SocotraSocotra High Point1503Yemen483.3 
18.El HierroPico Malpaso1502Spain114.6 
19.La GomeraGarajonay1487Spain54.1 
20.Ilha de São TiagoPico da Antonia1393Cape Verde76.9 
21.Ilha de São NicolauMonte Gordo1304Cape Verde109.2 
22.Marion IslandMascarin Peak1230South Africa1826.6 
23.São MiguelPica da Vara1103Portugal288.9 
24.Ile de l'EstMont Marion-Dufresne1090French Southern Lands1106.3 
25.São JorgeEsperança1053Portugal26.3 
26.FaialCabeço Gordo1043Portugal29.8 
27.TerceiraCalderia de Santa Bárbara1023Portugal67.4 

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List Description

Note that this site groups most of the mid-oceanic islands in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans into the continent of Africa, so there are many islands on this list that may seem very far from the African coast.

 


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