The Nile is 6,650 km long making it one of the longest rivers in the world. The Nile is in north-eastern Africa and runs through sudden Burundi, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Egypt.
The river’s source is in the rainforests of Rwanda and its mouth is in the Mediterranean Sea. The Egyptians have depended on the river since ancient times. The banks of the Nile are full of valuable minerals enabling farmers to grow crops in the fertile soil.