This year marks the 25th anniversary of the festival that celebrates our ocean’s greatest mammals, the Southern Right whales. Visitors (both local and international) not only make their way down to the scenic coastal village of Hermanus to catch a glimpse of these massive creatures but to immerse themselves in the town, its people and the entertainment on offer.
South Africa definitely boasts an incredible coastline. Several beaches have been awarded Blue Flag status (an award for excellence in safety and cleanliness) but let’s not forget the many dams and lakes around the country that are as equally impressive as our shores.
Experience exceptional bush activities, gaze at stunning waterfalls or immerse yourself in the rich culture of local towns. Whatever you do, it’s without a doubt that the vast Northern Cape (South Africa’s largest province ) will have you coming back. Here are some awesome attractions to look out for when driving through this beautiful semi-desert landscape.
If you’re an intrepid explorer or city slicker venturing into the wilderness for a wild experience, please note: before hopping on that safari truck with the enthusiasm of a five-year-old, there are safari guidelines to follow in order to make your experience a memorable one.
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