Thursday, 26 February 2015

7 Travel Hotspots in South Africa


South Africa welcomes you to the multiethnic population rich and diverse in the heritage and culture. Roughly, twice the size of Texas, the country is varied in their culture, wildlife, stunning sceneries, and some remarkable beaches. It is a haven for the traveler across the globe.

This place just like their mixed population and vivid culture is colorful and has a complementary tourist spots to let you have a unforgettable experience. Let us take a ride across the top tourist destinations in South Africa –

Kruger National Park
The largest game reserve of the continent and it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in South Africa. Has the highest species of mammals compared to other African game reserve that includes Big Five (African Lion, African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, African Leopard, and White/Black Rhinos). A self-drive destination with excellent infrastructure and have places to stay inside the park.

Durban Beaches
Durban beaches strongly compared with the Miami beaches have a vibrant atmosphere that set pulse with a balmy weather. They sport a genuine beach culture is clean and safe. Popularly known as the Golden Mile, they are the extensive stretch of beaches, which are soft, with golden sands and huge spread sunshine along their South and North Coasts.

Sun City Resort
This is the ultimate place to chill out this summer amidst Kingdom of Pleasure. A luxurious casino and resort just two hours from Johannesburg, which contains four hotels, two golf courses, two casinos and a south African oriental village and a crocodile sanctuary with 7000 inhabitants.

Cape Winelands
The fertile valley lies in the middle of big mountains, orchards and monuments has a lushy green background to soothe the eyes of every nature lover. Visitors can take on the Wine Routes of the Cape to pay a visit to the vineyards where some of the rarest and finest wines are made.

Drakensberg Amphitheatre
Drakensberg as you all know is the highest mountain range in Southern Africa and is 3482m in height. Drakensberg derived from the Dutch meaning the mountain of the dragons. Amidst this huge valley Amphitheatre is one of the sharp geographical feature and one of the most impressive cliffs on earth lying in the northern part of the mountain.

Table Mountain
Table Mountain situated within a national park is surely going to make you enjoy a thrilling experience and offers phenomenal, birds-eye view that overlooks the city of Cape Town. It has Robin Island to the north and Atlantic seaboard to the west and south.  The peak is at 1086 meters at the top is simple via an ingenious cableway and each Rotair car features revolving floors allowing passengers to enjoy 360-degree views during the trek to the top.

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
One of the largest tourist attractions of Cape Town and the most visited destination that invokes earliest days of the harbor. The place is situated within the entertainment Mecca filled with restaurants, specialty shops, pubs, and theatres. There is something here for everyone to enjoy. You will find attraction beyond amusements that includes Clock Tower, Chayonnes Battery, South African Museum, and coast Seal Landing to find the resident details.

Grab a cheap business class ticket today to explore the South African Destinations.

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