South Africa is a country of great diversity. It is for a great reason that the country is known as the rainbow nation.
Reasons to visit South Africa:
- Superb affordable holidays
- Natural beauty
- World class accommodation facilities
- Great weather
- A nation of diverse cultures – rainbow nation
- Diverse experiences
- Responsible tourism
TOP ATTRACTIONS IN THE RAINBOW NATION:
Cconsidered to be one of the world’s most beautiful cities and is firmly entrenched as South Africa's top international travel destination, Cape Town's tourist attractions are so plentiful that you will need to plan your time carefully if you want to see them all.
South African National Parks and Private Game Reserves and Safari Lodges are world renowned - the Kruger National Park is South Africa's second most popular tourist attraction.
The South African coastline is stunning. Twenty of South Africa's beaches have won international recognition at the 2005 Blue Flag Awards.
World Heritage Sites
7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites - The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site is one of South Africa's most renowned archaeological attractions -home to some of our earliest ancestors.
Rock Art Sites
South African rock art sites are among the best in the world. The rock art found in South Africa's uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site is considered to be of international importance. Any eco traveler to South Africa should consider paying this important tourist attraction a visit.
Although South Africa has a relatively young (modern) history, historical buildings abound. The Union Buildings, the Pietermaritzburg City Hall...
Mining has always been the lifeblood of the South Africa economy. Some of the older mines have become museums with a well developed tourism infrastructure -- on-site accommodation, restaurants and guides.
Although not as big or as renowned as the Victoria Falls, South Africa's waterfalls are still popular tourist attractions -- at 947m, the Thukela Falls in KwaZulu Natal is the second highest waterfall in the world.
There are so many interesting museums in South Africa that it would take weeks, if not months, to see them all.
Battlefields are numerous and well preserved – the Anglo Zulu War battlefields are worth a visit.
Include Maropeng a popular tourist attraction situated in the Cradle of Humankind. Maropeng, takes visitors on a fun and informative journey through the evolution of life and the origins of humankind.
ACCOMMODATION IN SOUTH AFRICA
Cape Town Accommodation
Garden Route Accommodation
SOUTH AFRICA TOURS
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