Kruger National Park Safari
For the ultimate safari experience, visit Kruger National Park, the largest game reserve in South Africa. Stretching for 352 kilometers from north to south along the border with Mozambique, Kruger is roughly the size of Israel. Kruger's varied landscape and biodiversity make it an excellent spot to catch a glimpse of the sought after "Big 5" (elephants, lions, cape buffalo, leopard and rhino).
Kruger National Park
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Climb Table Mountain
Everyone who goes to Cape Town should visit the summit of this icon, flat-topped peak. If hiking to the top does not appeal to you, you can always take the aerial cableway. Either way, you will be rewarded with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean below.
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Travel the Garden Route
The Garden Route reaches from Mossel Bay to the Storm River Mouth. Tourists who travel the famed Garden Route will experience what is considered to be one of the country's most beautiful regions, known for its scenic forests, beaches, rivers and valleys.
Hike the Drakensberg Mountains
The Drakensberg mountains are a popular wilderness destination for outdoor enthusiasts visiting South Africa. Hikers traveling on the many trails in the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park will encounter breath-taking cliffs and waterfalls, dense yellowwood forests and ancient Bushmen cave art.
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Sometimes referred to as "The Las Vegas of South Africa," this resort features a casino, theme park and water park. You may also want to consider visiting the renowned Pilanesburg Game Reserve while in the area.
Moses Kotane Rural, South Africa
Explore Wine Country
South Africa has 13 primary wine-producing regions. The most well-known of these is Stellenbosch, which is located only a short distance from Cape Town. Most wine estates offer tastings for visitors, and many also have superb restaurants.
Stellenbosch Wine Tasting Center
90 Dorp St.
Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, Western Cape
7600, South Africa
Home to more than 3.5 million people and two Nobel Peace Prize recipients (Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu) Soweto is emblematic of South Africa's tumultuous past and hopeful future. Many visitors arrange to take a professional tour of this vibrant metropolis located on the outskirts of Johannesburg. If you go, also consider visiting the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, to learn more this troubled period and the inspiring struggle for freedom, much of which took place in Soweto.
Northern Parkway & Gold Reef Road
Ormonde, Johannesburg, SA
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