South Africa has a diverse ecosystem. Inland there is big five safari in Kruger national park and other prominent game reserves like the Pilanesberg and Addo national park. Big mammals, big cats and the ugly five animals are all here in different biomes from dry regions to wet regions.
The coastline offers the beaches from KwaZulu-Natal to the Western Cape province. It has the World surfing destination of Jeffrey’s Bay and luxurious Pletternberg and the lagoons of the Garden Route. Beyond the mountains its the lush winelands of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Worcester all the way to Robertson. In Hermanus you have the whale watching season.
If its safari there is the Kruger, Pilanesberg and Addo national parks that you can go for the big 5 game and more. After safari the Western Cape has so much to offer. Visit the Historic Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point as you make your to the Boulder’s penguins. The Cape winelands is as good with the green scenery around the mountainous terrain. Of course Wine tasting is a must do.
What to do in South Africa
The V&A Waterfront is your ‘dine and wine’ in Cape Town’s food and drink culture. It is also the gateway to the Robben Island, the historical Island.
Further in Johannesburg there is the Soweto Tour again for the history behind the birth of democratic South Africa. In Durban there is the Ushaka marine museum and the Drakensburg mountains if you enjoy hiking.
Johannesburg to Victoria Falls, the African safari tour through Pillanesberg and vastness of Botswana. Explore the Kalahari desert before you hold your breath for the Okavango Delta and Chobe. Victoria Falls Zimbabwe is Africa's biggest waterfalls.
Explore the Namibia Desert Experience - World's Oldest True Desert with Abundant Life. Uncover the secrets of this ancient desert, where rainfall is scarce, yet life thrives in the vast expanse of this remarkable land.