Due the variety in nature there are a lot of things to see and to do. Whatever type of holiday you are in for, South Africa can likely offer it:
- Kruger National Park, in Mpumalanga, is a Big Five national park. Go on a safari, by foot or car, guided by a ranger. You can even go mountain biking.
- Watch white sharks in the Western Cape town of Gansbaai (or even better: snorkel with them in a cage).
- Drakensberg is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. This mountain range forms the border between Lesotho en the KwaZulu-Natal province. You can find here more than 600 rock art sites. There are many accommodation options and activities like hiking, horse riding, ice climbing or even golf.
- The Garden Route takes you from the south-east coast to Mossel Bay in the Western Cape. You can see secret lagoons, lakes and forests. You can choose from different routes and you can go hiking, play golf or do a canopy tour.
- Cape Winelands gives you the opportunity to sample excellent wines and superior dining in restaurants. While you’re doing that you can enjoy the view of the mountains in this region.
- South Africa has 8 World Heritage Sites: Robben Island, Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg, Gauteng, Mapungubwe, Richtersveld, Cape Floral region, Isimangaliso Wetland Park, Vredefort Dome. Any of these places worth a visit.
- Township tours. In all major cities you can get a tour like this. You will experience the spirit of togetherness and unity among its people.
- For the true adventures there are many places to visit and things to do. Some highlights are: The Wild Coast, Mamaqua Region, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Green Kalahari, West Coast National Park and The Caracal Eco Route. You can also go backpacking the wild coast of hiking the cape’s west coast.