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South Africa Blog Articles

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Cape Town

Diving
navigationCape Town is at the meeting spot of the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean.
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Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Nature and Wildlife
navigationSome of the species roaming the reserve are the lion, elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros.
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Mabalingwe Nature Reserve

Nature and Wildlife
navigationWildlife include the big five game. lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhinoceros, but also hippo, giraffe, hyena, warthog and impala to name but a few of the 36 species of mammals.
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Table Mountain National Park

Natural attractions
navigationThis area forms part of the Cape Floristic Region and as such supports a high diversity of flora, much of which is rare and endemic.
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Sabi Sabi

Nature and Wildlife
navigationWildlife present include Southern African wildcat, black-backed jackal, blue wildebeest, Burchell's zebra, Cape buffalo, chacma baboon, civet, common duiker, African bush elephant, South African giraffe, hippopotamus, impala, kudu, large-spotted genet, African leopard, cheetah, lion, reedbuck, scrub hare, side-striped jackal, slender mongoose, spotted hyena, steenbok, tree squirrel, vervet monkey, warthog, waterbuck, southern white rhinoceros, white-tailed mongoose and Cape wild dog.
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South Africa

Sightseeing
navigationHundreds of thousands of visitors come to South Africa every year to see the country's many natural and cultural attractions.
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Sightseeing
navigationTable Mountain in Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula Cape Winelands around Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek Garden Route along the South Coast.
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South Africa

Activities
navigationHot air ballooning, the "Cradle of Mankind" in Gauteng near Johannesburg, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape offer some spectacular balloon safaris.
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Cape Town

Sightseeing
navigationBo-Kaap. This neighbourhood, on a hilly area southwest of the city centre, is where historically Malay Muslim descendants of slaves had lived.
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Activities
navigationThe Western Cape offers nearly everything a traveler could want.
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Cape Town

City Bowl
navigationThe City Bowl is a part of Cape Town in South Africa.
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Cape Town

Activities
navigationThe easiest way to get an overview on things to do, nice restaurants, clubs, tours etc. is to walk into one of the visitors centres which are in several areas (V&A Waterfront, City Bowl, Green Point, etc.) Cable Car to the top of Table Mountain, Lower Cable Station, Tafelberg Road (take a free MyCiTi Bus 100 from the bottom of the hill to Upper Tafelberg 1., +27 21 424-0015 (general info), +27 21 424-8181 (weather info). 07:00-22:00 (usually 08:30), last car down varies. 21:30 during high season to 18:00 in mid winter.
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Welgevonden Game Reserve

Nature and Wildlife
navigationIncluding. lion, elephant, white rhino, buffalo, sable, gemsbok, leopard, antelope, giraffe, warthog, bush pig, aardvark, and pangolin.
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South Africa

Hotels
navigationEstablishments in South Africa can have themselves graded by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa on a 5-star basis.
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South Africa

Shopping
navigationThe currency is the rand, denoted by the symbol "R" (ISO code.
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Sightseeing
navigationThe second highest waterfall in the world, the Tugela falls, located in the Royal Natal National Park.
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Sightseeing
navigationBeing a major metropolitan area there are a large number of museums and galleries that one can visit.
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Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

Nature and Wildlife
navigationThe park has abundant, varied wildlife. It is home to large mammalian predators such as lions, cheetahs, African leopards, and hyenas.
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Cape Town

Shopping
navigationThe V&A Waterfront is the prime tourist destination for souvenirs, though these tend to be typically touristy (i.e. expensive and not necessarily authentic).
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navigationCape of Good Hope. The Cape of Good Hope is located about 2 km to the west of Cape Point and is at the south-westerly tip of Africa.