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Why Visit South Africa?

Why South Africa?

Why visit South Africa? Because South Africa is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Blessed with remarkable scenery, a beautiful climate all year round. This is a land rich in culture and friendly people. Experience wildlife, variety, excellent cuisine, fine wines and many beautiful memories to bring back home with you.

 

Kruger National Park

Known as ‘The Crown Jewel of South Africa’ ┬áthe Kruger National Park is one of the top 10 national parks in the world. It is 217 miles long and 37miles wide. Drive past waterholes, view-sites, picnic spots, and a wealth of senic and wildlife splendor. You may even have the opportunity of spotting Africa’s ‘Big Five’.

Johannesburg

Johannesburg, also known as iGoli or City of Gold, refers to Jo’burgs beginnings as a 19th century goldrush town now the Country’s commercial centre. Places of interest: Gold reef city – an unused goldmine, now museum Diamond Cutting/ Jewel City – here quality jems can be purchased Sun City/ Palace of the Lost City – Whatever your pleasure, you’ll find it at Sun City from sizzling entertainment, restaurants that cater to all tastes, to our more relaxed poolside venues, quites places, lush botanical gardens, and extensive sporting facilities.Known as Africa’s Kingdom of Pleasure’,Sun City is a world unto itself.

Cape Town

The Mother City of South Africa, founded in 1652, offers the visitor breath taking scenery, cultural experiences and many outdoor activities. Take a visit to the surrounding wine lands for a wine tasting and excellent cuisine..

Places of interest:

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront – To envoke a spirit of the city’s early harbor days, stop by the renovated waterfront. Buskers entertain you as you explore the city mall. Table Mountain – Table Mountain provides the magestic bachdrop of the Mother City and can be reached by an ultra modern cableway

Durban

South Africa’s version of Miami, Durban features subtropical sunny weather, miles of sandy beaches, surfing, boating, and various outdoor sports. Experience the thriving Indian culture cuisine.

Places of interest:

Visit a mosque or Hindu temple or take a Zulu rickshaw fun ride through the streets.