If you’ve been bitten by the travel bug and you’re looking for South African holiday ideas, then you have come to the right place! There are so many places to visit in South Africa that offer adventure, culture, entertainment and the chance to witness wildlife against stunningly varied scenic backdrops of awe-inspiring natural beauty.
Planning an extended tour, or just a limited-time visit to another South African town? No matter where you come from, make sure to include these essential destinations on your SA holiday bucket list!
If you do opt to visit this amazing city, then you cannot pass up the opportunity to climb the World-Famous Table Mountain and soak in the breath-taking view of the surrounds. Climbing not your scene? Take the cable car up!
Among South Africa’s friendliest cities, Durban is a warm, coastal city that is known for its Golden Mile, a stunning stretch of surfer-friendly and shark-free beaches. Nearby is the renowned Ushaka Marine World, a wildly-popular family-themed entertainment area.
Affectionately referred to as Jo’burg or Jozi by the locals, Johannesburg is the economic centre of South Africa, and home to over 3 million inhabitants. Experience life from a different perspective when you visit the Soweto township and see a different side of the city.
Located in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, the Kruger National Park is SA’s biggest wildlife reserve. Home to a vast array of indigenous species of flora and fauna, the Kruger National Park is the ideal place to come face-to-face with mother nature in all her splendour.
Named after the Dutch term for “mountains of the dragon”, the Drakensberg mountains in Kwa-Zulu Natal form the border between South Africa and neighbouring Lesotho, a sheer escarpment with some of the country’s most picturesque landscapes.
Stretching from the Storms River in the east to Mossel Bay in the west, the Garden Route is known the world over for its otherworldly vistas and comprises a plethora of nature and marine reserves. Among the hundreds of species of birds and mammals you can see in the area, whale watching at Plettenberg Bay is another life-changing experience you can enjoy on the Garden Route.
If whale-watching is your thing, then don’t leave Hermanus in the Western Cape off your list. Catch a chartered boat tour or use the coast-side telescopes provided for tourists to enjoy these marine giants live.
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