South Africa is a very beautiful and exciting country. It has stunning beaches, mountains, wildlife and 2,500 km of incredible coastline. South Africa is known for gold and diamonds, as well as the sport of rugby. If you have a chance to visit here, here is a list of the best attractions in South Africa
1 Table Mountainwhich literally translates as a table mountain.
This flat topped mountain overlooking Cape Town is a key attraction for all visitors to South Africa looking to get to the top!!! There is a cable car with which you can make your wish come true. Or go for a walk!
2 Robben Island
Robben Island is located 7 km off the coast of South Africa, 3.3 km long and 1.9 km wide. Here is the famous prison where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years (1964–1982). The prison is very attractive to tourists.
3. Garden Route (“road of gardens”)
The Garden Route is located on the southeast coast of South Africa, beginning at Mossel Bay and ending at Storm River. This place has a very diverse nature — this is the homeland of dolphins, seals and whales. In addition to marine life, there are almost 300 species of beautiful colorful birds here. To see everything well, you can rent a car.
Knysna is a charming city located in the middle of the Garden Route. It’s definitely worth staying here because it’s a great place to have fun, relax. There is also very tasty food. This place attracts many artists because of the great atmosphere that gives the city a bohemian feel.
Stellenbosch — the second oldest city in South Africa, was founded in 1679. The main attraction of the city is an incredible wine route that combines 44 cellars
Here you can ride an ostrich. This place is known as the Ostrich Capital of South Africa and here you can try ostrich eggs. And those who love meat can try ostrich sausages and steaks, which are served in any restaurant.
Durban is the third largest city in South Africa and is a very friendly city. Durban is known for its “Golden Mile” which is a string of beaches filled with surfers. After relaxing on the beach, go for a walk around the city, where you can find many hotels, pubs, restaurants, shops and a very interesting Aquarium.
8. Kruger National Park
No trip to South Africa would be complete without a visit to the Kruger National Park. It is Africa’s oldest national park and was founded in 1898. The Kruger is located five hours north of Johannesburg and is home to a huge variety of wildlife, including the famous “Big Five” (buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhinoceros). Here you can hire a jeep to see the whole park.
Soweto is a huge city. There are a huge number of huts and shacks in which the poor live. Wealthier classes live in other areas
10. Dragon Mountains (Drakensberg)
The Dragon Mountains stretch for approximately 600 miles along the entire western border of KwaZulu-Natal. This is an incredible place where you can hike and get a good view of the wildlife. You can also ride a horse or go on a safari. It is also possible to go by jeep or bike. It is best to visit the Royal National Park, this is one of the most beautiful parts of the Drakensberg.