South Africa is called a rainbow nation as it is a culturally diverse nation. Action capital of the world South Africa is vibrant, colourful and full of natural beauty. The sun smiles on South Africa all year round and with azure blue waters it is a heaven for beach lovers. Adventure seekers come here to feel the adrenaline rushing through their veins when they try out more than 130 extreme adventure offerings like water rafting, abseiling and shark cage diving. South Africa is home to the ‘big five’ of the animal world along with many other wildlife and aquatic varieties. Travel agencies in Cape Town, South Africa offer best deals on pack.... Here are few attractions of South Africa.
A reserve within the Table Mountain National park, Cape Point lies at the tip of the Cape Peninsula. In 1859, Bartolomeu Dias had named it Cape of storms. Cape Point is full of nature’s wonders. It’s unique flora and fauna which includes 250 species of birds, buck and baboon and many more. One can dine here at world-class restaurants.
Boulders Beach situated near Simon’s Town in False Bay, is famous for the penguins. Penguins colonise on this clean beach. White sand adds to the beauty of the beach. Foxy beach broad walk is a fantastic view point. You will love the close encounter with the endangered penguins. There are many other birds and small mammals to see before you leave.
One of the most renowned natural icons of the world is the Table Mountains that are situated in South Africa. This mountain has distinctively flat top which looks like a table. If you are into outdoor activities, a hike trip to the top of the mountain will be very rewarding. Locals and tourists also like the other option to reach the top of the mountains and that is cable cars. The table mountain offers spectacular view of Cape Town. The magnificent panorama is worth a camera capture.
Garden route offers many tourist attractions. Congo caves are situated in the Swartberg Mountains. The caves are 20 million year old and consists a progression of hidden chambers. These caves have wonderful stalagmite formations that are worth exploring. Big tree in Tsitsikamma is a 600 to 800 year old tree that is 36.6 metres high and 9 metre in circumference. One can also visit ostrich farm in garden route or try bungee jumping at Bloukrans.
Kruger National Park
Kruger National Park is one of the biggest game reserves in Africa. This park is one of the major tourist attractions in South Africa. The park boasts of a spectacular display of exquisite flora and fauna. Tourists come here to see the ‘big five’ and other wild animals in their natural habitat. One can stay inside the park as it offers various accommodation options from tents to luxury lodges.
Majestic and fertile valleys of the Cape Winelands consist of the vineyards which produces unique South African wines. Wine makers produce finest wines that have a delicate and savoury palate. Apart from the wines, Cape Winelands also attract tourists for its panoramic views, sleepy villages, lush orchards and brilliant monuments.
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