How To Travel In South Africa?

Mar 12, 2020   •  2 views

South Africa is rich in wildlife, outdoor adventure, history and dramatic landscapes. The largest country in Southern Africa and the 25th largest in the world by land area boasts up to 57 million people. A unitary-party parliament republic, South Africa is a multi-ethnic country with a widespread of cultures, languages and religions. It is a popular tourist destination and a substantial amount of revenue comes from tourism. The most famous tourist spot in Kruger National Park in northern Eastern South Africa.

It has a high density of wild animals including Lion, Leopards, Rhinos, Elephants and Buffaloes. Hundreds of other mammals make their home here, as do diverse bird species such as vultures, eagles and storks. Mountains, bush plains and tropical forests are all part of the landscape. You can even visit Port Elizabeth to have a serene feeling of the gigantic waves of the beautiful beaches. The most famous cities are Capetown, Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria, Kgalagadi, Stellenbosch, South Cape DC and Knysna. But before you pack yourself for an adventure here are some tips to follow for you to have the best time of your life: South Africa is cold at night in June and July. To make sure you’re warm, take pyjamas and socks for sleeping. Rent a cell phone at the airport when you arrive. Cell phones are important for your safety and almost all South Africans communicate by cell phone.

Unlike most things in South Africa, tourist attractions can be quite expensive. Make sure you book as much as possible online beforehand. Not only will this save you money, but you will skip the queues when you arrive. If travelling to Table Mountain, bear in mind that temperatures are about 10 degrees cooler than in the centre of Cape Town. Wear warm clothes or at least bring a jumper with you. Queues for the cable car to Table Mountain can be two hours in peak season. Book online! Try to use only metered taxis or download the Uber app before you go. Taxis are very cheap!

South Africa is full of extraordinary sights and has adventure on every corner. From shark-cage diving to bungy jumping, river rafting to paragliding, face your fears in South Africa and try something new! Wherever you go do something you have NEVER done before♥