Whether you want an “adrenaline filled adventure” or a “relaxed vacation by the beach”, South Africa is for you. Experience the cultures all around this vast stretch of rich land with hundreds of experiences just waiting for you. These are the top five reasons to make Africa your next trip:
ADVENTURES FOR EVERYONE –
Whether it is hiking, camping, biking and canoeing at Bushmans Kloof Wilderness while exploring the hundreds of rock sites or experiencing the one of a kind safari at Kruger National Park, South Africa is filled with wilderness and unique surroundings that can’t be found anywhere in the world. As the world’s largest and most diverse natural reservation spreading till 18,989 square kilometers, Kruger National Park has been a salient attraction for tourists. Home for 6 ecosystems and the popular YouTube video Battle at Kruger, this national park is one of the most popular destinations. The Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, Seal Island and whale watching at Gansbaai are other fun things to do in South Africa.
EXCELLENT CLIMATE AND SIGNATURE DESTINATION ALL AROUND THE YEAR –
The sunshine and the ideal weather in South Africa is something to boast about. With little rainfall, most areas cover an average period of 300 days with sunshine. The late-afternoon showers make the air crisp and perfect for your photo shoots. The Atlantic Ocean and Indian ocean on both sides, Africa enjoys a temperate climate and the most flora, fauna, and nature in the entire world. The climate is ideal for all sorts of activities like safari hunting, wine-tasting, lounging on the beach and enjoying adventure activities.
LOCAL AND FRIENDLY CULTURES –
South Africans are known to always be smiling and friendly to the millions of tourists they receive each year. They are wonderful hosts, with warm hospitality. Also known as the “Rainbow Nation” for its diversity, South Africa is a melting pot de cultures, joining a great variety of histories and languages, living together as ‘one nation’. The Bantu speaking tribes, the European integration, and the Bushman culture, all speak of the vast history of this great land. Learn to speak the native language, or visit Nelson Mandela’s house- do all of this in South Africa!
BEACHES TO DIE FOR –
The beaches of Durban, the ‘Surf City’ of the world are the largest, most beautiful beaches to surf on. Palm trees carpeted by the golden sand for miles with a sunny climate and huge waves, Durban is a dream come true for beach bums. The biggest and most expensive port in the world, Durban is next to the Indian Ocean and the most sought out place in South Africa with its many five star resorts and luxurious beach houses and scenic locations
VALUE FOR MONEY –
South Africa is well connected, with international airlines are multiple locations and expressways across the country. Many guest houses and lodges are extremely budget friendly and give solo travelers homely feel with the natives. The salaries in National Parks are usually all-inclusive and can be tailor-made suiting your budget and time. Air Organisers offer various packages for families, couples and solo travelers all year round at value rates inclusive of travel, stay and experiences.0