South Africa offers a diverse range of attractions an top destinations, including rock art, breath taking beaches, safari’s, hiking, diverse flora, surfing, forests, zip lining, bungee jumping and scenic spots.
This large and incredibly beautiful country is the size of Spain and France and Spain combined and approximately twice the size of Texas, it varies from the scenic Garden Route settlements in and around the Western Cape to the fresh subtropical coasts in KwaZulu-Natal, top attractions include the vast Karoo semi-desert that claims the heart Africa’s foremost safari starting points, Kruger National Park.
Things not to miss during a visit to sunny South Africa includes the Wild Coast a spectacular subtropical coastline that brings peace to eastern Cape secluded beaches, circled by astonishing mountains. Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park is the pride of KwaZulu Natal, this is one of the finest game reserves offering a memorable, unsurpassed variety of wildlife, visitors are treated to night drives, guided walks and indescribable beauty.
The Drakensberg astounds with incredibly amazing hikes in the Dracon Mountains, it harbours the highest peaks plus its endless view include waterfalls, an awesome panoramic view and rock art. The Addo Elephant National Park offer visitors the opportunity to encounter elephants and also the rest of the big five plus it ends up at the garden route.
The wine routes is the a must for both wine tasting and enjoying the stunning scenery of wine estates and the exceptional Dutch architecture offering the finest vintages. Sani Pass is the most precipitous pass in Africa or maybe the world and connects KwaZulu Natal to Lesotho.
Cape Point is rocky promontory and to experience this must see coastal location you have to travel to Cape Town, the reward is a view of the most dramatic coastal location on the continent. Taking the garden route will astound with the most spectacular coastline and visitors cross the Storms River mouth on a footbridge that delivers an experience never to forget for its beauty, peaceful tranquility and being so close to nature.
Kruger National Park is famed around the globe for its spine tingling closeness to the big five and especially lions in the ultimate wildlife destination on earth. The most spectacular way to ascend Cape Town is also the easiest, the famous landmark offers a revolving cable car from the top of Table Mountain.
The Southern Cape Coast offer whale watching and the whales approach surprisingly close to the shore. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is home to meerkats, cheetahs, and several other desert dwellers and it’s the most popular destination to experience the harsh beauty of the Kalahari. After the winter rains the Namaqualand area explodes with colour and the flower tours are fully booked well in advance. The Richtersveld Transfrontier is rugged, hot, and fierce and offers the most dramatic mountain-scape in the country, it is sparsely populated, by science-fiction-vegetation.