14 WHY DO YOU VISIT SOUTH AFRICA

14 WHY DO YOU VISIT SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa is the perfect location for all ages and interests, but one of the best families in the world. There are fourteen reasons why your next destination should be in South Africa.

#1 The South African Garden Rouge

This is the best place to go to South Africa for those with only a little time. You can drive from Cape Town to Storms River in 10 days along the south coast of South Africa. On the journey, you can visit cities such as Knysna and the Bay of Plettenberg. The shoreline is wonderful and you have plenty of entertainment here if you like to get up closely and personally with animals.

Continue reading for a walk on the amazing Robberg Peninsula (all we did in the Route Gardens) and to learn about swimming with sharks, riding a bumpy, feeding elephants.

#2 TOWN CAPE

Cape Town is one of many favorite towns that travel. Why does this happen? It is a lovely coastal town with the backdrop of Table Mountain. The food and nightlife are great. The Cape Town area is full of vineyards, the Table Mountain is an exciting place to walk and explore. You could spend a week here easily and do something very different every day.

#3 Go Ride-on Roberg peninsula Go-Ride

This is one of the world’s most popular tours. Watch seals playing in the sea, climb the rocky coastline, walk across a broad, almost deserted stretch of beach, and view some of South Africa’s prettiest coast.

#4 HIPPO AND WORKING AND ST. LUCIA

St. Lucia is a coastal city where night hips are walking along the streets. Seriously. Seriously. All over the place, there are signs that warn people to look after the hippos after darkness.

Explore the Wetland Park of iSimangaliso to find hippos and rhinos, go watch whales, and swim in the Indian Ocean. In the vicinity, the Game Reservation of Hluhluwe Umfolozi is a great place to go safari.

#5 Go on SAFARI AT NATIONAL CROWD PARK

Kruger is an excellent budget traveler safari destination. Stay in many other camps and spend your own days in the park. If you are here for a few days, you have a good chance of seeing the Big 5. Take one of the nights or early morning drives to look for lions, leopards, and more when you don’t have luck on your own.

#6 AT GANSBAAI SHARK CAGE DIVING

Do you dare? Do you dare? Don’t miss the jugs and watch the Great White Sharks come from the turquoise depth of the ocean in the shabby, choppy waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s not as scary as you think and you can put this on your list if you want a unique travel experience in just a few places around the world.

#7 GOOD HOPE CAPE OF

Cape of Good Hope offers an exciting day trip from the city, situated 70 km south of Cape Town.

#8 Tradition in the Mountain region of DRAKENSBERG

It’s one of South Africa’s most beautiful places we’ve seen. We stayed in the vicinity of Underberg, a quiet and quiet city just a few miles away. Go for a hike in the mountains of Drakensberg, drive to Lesotho on the Sani pass, horseback, or relax.

#9 WORLD THE GOOD LOW? Ride to the East!

All right, sufficient relaxation. Return to the insane livestock adventures! Visit the Cango Ostrich Farm at Oudtshoorn, on the Garden Route, for an opportunity to ride an ostrich. Don’t you want to drive them? Well, you can kiss it also, take a massage of your neck, feed it, and stand on your eggs. During this one year trip around the world, this was one of the most hysterical and educating time.

#10 ELEPHANTS ON EN OUR FAVORITES …

Yes, it was fun to ride out riches, but for me, it was never one of my favorite experiences to feed these African elephants. I like elephants so it’s like a dream come true for me to have the chance to get so close to these giants. They are huge, and their rumblings and sounds are heard as we fed them were awesome. The food lasted only 15 minutes, but it was a pure pleasure!! See how long their trunks will last!!

Later on, in Asia, we had several more interactions with elephants, although our experience with these African elephants was not as close as possible. Only to do this again would I go back to the Garden Route.

#11 Visit the island’s historic robbery.

Nelson Mandela has been imprisoned for 18 years on Robben Island off the coast of Cape Town. Tours run throughout the day, teaching Nelson Mandela and Apartheid visitors. The trip to Robben Island on the ferry is good as a bonus, overlooking Cape Town and Table Mountain.

#12 ALL COW DRINK HOMEBREW AND CHEEKS.

Take a tour of Soweto in Johannesburg to learn more about culture and education. On a cycling tour through Johannesburg’s Soweto Township Lebo’s Soweto Backpackers takes visitors. Learn how life is for those who live here and learn about the history of what it was during apartheid in Johannesburg. It’s an experience that opens the eye.

#13 WORK A HEATHER WORK

On the Garden Route, this is yet another meeting with animals. Who could say a cheetah walked on a leash? Not many, but here it is!

#14 CANYON BLYDE RIVER

This lovely spot is west of Kruger National Park. You need around one day to reach all the viewpoints but put Blyde River Canyon on your list if you like a panoramic view. And go to Graskop for some of the best pancakes ever, if you’re hungry!

 

There is plenty to South Africa to do. South Africa is a great destination for adults and children because of its beautiful scenery, animal interaction, safaris, and history lessons.

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