5 Good reasons to visit South Africa
South Africa is a country that has glorious beaches, lively people and a wealth of history. Here is a list of some great places to visit and explore when you get there
1 Kruger National Park
There is a lion that sleeps tonight in the mighty jungle. This park is located in the Northern part of the country in the Mpumalanga province. It boasts of being one of the largest game reserves on the continent. One can enjoy safari drives and spotting wildlife which is so delightful for humans of all ages.
2. Durban City
This place is for those who love sand, sea and surf. It is located in the warmest part of the country and has stunning beaches to excite any thrill seeker and is a paradise to those that like to lounge and catch up on some Vitamin D. For ultimate luxury you would have to check out Umhlanga Rocks with its high end resorts.
Fancy some balloon riding and viewing some breathtaking scenery? Then Drakensberg is the place to go.
There is a world famous boys school with a choir of angelic voices. You do need to book months in advance to enjoy the choristers and enjoy some afternoon tea. Drakensburg also offers hikes as it has a lot of valleys and mountains.
4 Cape Town
This place is known as the Mother City. There is an endless list of activities to enjoy in Cape Town including wine tasting and visiting the vineyards and learning the process which happens to produce world class wines. Cape Town is home to table mountains which are named so because of their appearance.
Affection known as Egoli , Johannesburg is known as the city of gold. You get an insight of the hardships during apartheid and find out the fascinating history of the country. There is a vibrant night life and a mix of people in this area.
There are many reasons to visit south Africa and I hope I have enlightened you on a few of those. Do not be too fearful of this country things have improved since the world cup was hosted here.
The country is stunning with such a rich heritage of 11 official languages. Book your trip to SA. You would not regret it
By Nokhukanya Hlazo