Everyone likes to travel and explore the beautiful places in this world. People really love to pick one travel destination that has everything in, and South Africa is one such place that has simply everything to offer from diverse landscapes, breathtaking scenery, towering mountains, stunning beaches and most of all abundant wildlife.
South Africa is located at the southern tip of Africa and one of the most beautiful countries in the world and in this part of the world, which was mainly regarded as the ‘Dark Continent.’ Travelers will surely be captivated by golden scenery, picturesque gorges, and sandy deserts. South Africa is most famous for its wildlife diversity where people love to go on safaris and see some of their favorite animals such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, giraffes, buffalos, gazelles, rhinoceros and wildebeest. Sky ITL Travel Like a Local will guide you through all the relevant traveling details such as places to visit, which will make your trip a quite memorable one. The best and most serene places to see in South Africa are
One of the most attractive places in South Africa is none other than Cape Town, which has an amazing blend of natural beauty and city life and also known as the Mother City. One of the sight to see is Table Mountain from where you can get some of the most breathtaking views of the city. The place also has wonderful restaurants to dine in and local markets to shop.
Your trip to South Africa would be meaningless and incomplete if you do not go to visit the Kruger National Park, which is quite big and largest game reserves in Africa. A park is a beautiful place, and all the animals from big cats to the birds are free to live in the natural habitat. There are many lodges and camping sites for accommodation. This is also a place to see the Big 5, which includes lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and Cape buffalo.
The Drakensberg is the name given to mountain ranges that border along South Africa and Lesotho. This place has some enthralling scenery, which includes Blyde River Canyon, which is the third largest canyon in the world. The Drakensberg is the ideal place for long hiking tours, whitewater rafting, mountain fly fishing, and horse riding.
The Garden Route is a name given to the plethora of small coastal towns that stretch the southeastern coast of South Africa. The towns are known for their diverse vegetation, lakes, and lagoons that sprawl the island. Of all the islands, Knysna is probably the most enchanting with luxurious guesthouses, art galleries, splendid restaurants, and boutiques
Hermanus is situated at the southern coast of the country near the Garden Route, and mainly famous for whale watching. The place also has serene beaches and restaurants that serve gourmet meals. The best time to see the whales is from July to November.
Johannesburg also pronounced as Jo’burg is the heart of South Africa and the second largest of the African continent. It is a very scenic, culturally active, and economic hub of the country. The places to visit are Apartheid Museum and Constitution hill which held captive Nelson Mandela during his struggle for ‘Road to Freedom.