Well, how many of us have watched episodes or let’s say entire seasons of Fear Factor/ Khatro Ke Khiladi (in India)? Let’s assume most of us. In that case, we know how much the show prostrates before South Africa as its good old Lord, for rendering the perfect conditions for stunts of all kinds to take place!
South Africa, officially called the Republic of South Africa, is much known for its vibrance and hues, resided in the chimerical ecosystem of the same! The country with its National Parks, Lagoons, wildlife, beaches, lush-green winelands and forests makes for a perfect tourist destination.
After all this, how wouldn’t want to spend but their entire life, why just as tourists only, in a destination of this sort! The country is exotic, it’s trail-blazing in terms of all possible activities and at the same time one of the best places on Earth in terms of cultural display and hospitality!
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South Africa Tour Packages
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The best time to visit South Africa is from May to September. However, winter mornings and nights are cold. May and September therefore be the best time to visit, since these months are less cold and not to mention, that the month of September is perfect for the wildlife freaks!
The best way to reach South Africa is by air. Namely, the two major airports are Cape Town International Airport and OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg. Flights are readily available to and from Cairo, Dar es Salaam, Lusaka, Mauritius, Nairobi and more.
Johannesburg is the economical hub of South Africa and let’s say the marker of its entry! The city is huge with a population of approx. 3 million. The city is rather a global village with pros and cons of its own. However, the townspeople truly defend its rich cultural heritage and growth. Tourists are rather heading towards the Soweto township in great numbers these days.
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- Cape Winelands
Visit the exhilarating vineyards of South Africa located in the lush Boland Basin around 80 km (50 miles) to the northeast of Cape Town. A number of varietals stand upright on your way, owing to the river flowing alongside the same. The Cape Winelands region also welcomes you with five-star restaurants, boutiques and hotels. Let’s just say that the experience altogether would be too exuberant to explain in words!
- Addo Elephant National Park
The Addo Elephant National Park is one of the largest parks in the country. Well, the National Park renders you a different experience as it houses elephants that have a special, brownish skin colour owing to the red soil. Moreover, animals like ostriches, antelopes and warthogs can also be seen. Hold your excitement, for Hyenas and lions too have been introduced in the park in 2004!
Hermanus is your land for redemption! What a wow! It’s a shore-based whale-watching area, who’s shallow waters attract southern right whales that migrate to the region each year to mate and breed. Omg, this is already so exciting. Imagine being able to witness this first-hand. Also, whale-watching boat tours are available too!
Durban is a large city located on South Africa’s eastern coast which is a perfect tourist spot, owing to the subtropical climate, aesthetic beaches and closeness to Johannesburg. The city is culturally pleasing as well, especially because of Zulu murals, Islamic mosques, Hindu temples and Christian churches. Let’s just unanimously agree that Durban is as culturally diversified as any country!
The Drakensberg is all surrounded by mountains and is a picturesque land with the most stupendous landscapes of all times. The name ‘Drakensberg’ is derived from the Dutch, meaning “mountains of the dragon”. This statement rather leaves you wondering and makes you wanna see for yourself ASAP!
- Cape Town
Cape Town is located on the southwest tip of South Africa’s Western Cape Province, and is without an iota of doubt, the MOST POPULAR TOURIST DESTINATION IN AFRICA! The capital city is a metropolitan one with a growing rampage in terms of climactic conditions, infrastructure, settings and opportunities. The city is exceedingly popular for its exotic beaches, rolling hills and valleys of the Winelands.
Things to do!
Given below are some of the most amazing things to do in South Africa!
- Braai (Barbeque) dinner at St. Lucia.
- Safari ride around Imfolozi National park.
- Platoon boat ride amongst Rhinoceros and crocodiles.
- Horse riding alongside herd of zebras.
- Microlight Flight near Durban.
- Canopy tours and zip lining adventures.
- Adventure in the Cango Caves.
- Visit the Cango Ostrich Farm.
- Dive with great white sharks.
- Relax in wine country.
A Brief Conclusion
Hey, Hey fellas, we hope that you’ve already gotten into booking your tickets for this excursion of a sort. You really get going if not yet. South Africa is not just a country that needs to be visited but an experience that needs to be lived. Here’s your guide to Heaven!!