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From safaris to magnificent trips through the winelands in winter, to scuba diving and hiking in summer, there’s an activity for every season when travelling in South Africa.
One of Joburg’s most beautiful natural spots, the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden is ideal for a day trip or a weekend picnic. Located in Roodepoort, the gardens are home to many different bird, animal and plant species and visitors are encouraged to walk the gardens and marvel at these natural wonders.
South Africa has eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, each an area of extraordinary beauty or a site of great importance to humanity. Visit Robben Island in Cape Town for important insights into South Africa’s turbulent history, or the Cradle of Humankind in Gauteng, the paleoanthropological site that has produced more hominin fossils than any other site in the world.
The Bushmans Kloof rock art site in Western Cape combines 10 000 years of San rock art in 130 locations with the modern luxury of the Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Retreat.
Star-gazing, game-watching or witnessing an astonishing floral miracle: there’s lots for tourists to do as they experience rural life on a farm stay in Northern Cape, South Africa.
Bathurst, an agricultural town in the Eastern Cape, is a great stopover for exploring 1820 settler frontier history, as well as the natural beauty of this area. The oldest pub in the country and a 3-storey high fiberglass pineapple add to the charm of this village.
In the Tooley family since 1904, Kings Walden Garden is a treasure of fountains, paths and flowers reminiscent of colonial style estates set against the backdrop of the Drakensberg Mountains.
The V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is home to a wide range of exciting retail outlets, from well-known international brands to exclusive local boutiques. This shopping and leisure Mecca boasts incredible views, historical sights, and an endless range of activities.
While in the Amathole mountains, look out for the endangered Cape parrot, the English gardens of Hogsback, the sights along the Sandile Heritage Route and more waterfalls than you can shake a walking stick at.
Table Mountain is not only famous for its unusual shape. This iconic Cape Town wonder has several beautiful hikes to its summit. Experience Table Mountain’s biodiversity and magnificent views of the city with a hike up Platteklip Gorge, one of its most popular hiking trails.
Located in Ohrigstad in Limpopo, the Echo Caves are a famous national monument and tourist attraction in South Africa. The Echo Caves are some of the oldest limestone caves in the world and will wow visitors with their impressive stalagmites, stalactites and cathedral-like caverns. They also have great historical significance as several prehistoric artefacts have been discovered at this location. There are many wonderful hikes and attractions to check out in the area like Bourke’s Luck Potholes and God’s Window.
City Sightseeing offers a variety of incredible day tour packages so that you can see Cape Town’s most important landmarks in a day. The best part is the tour is conducted from an open-top bus, allowing you to get off and spend as much time at the stops as you like!