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South Africa Safaris

Welcome to South Africa, where lives are dynamic and landscapes are dramatic. Think of the country as a blank piece of white paper on which you have the freedom to write unforgettable stories and attach an impressive collection of images to cherish for lifetime. South Africa’s sceneries are composed of busy colorful cities, astonishing wildlife, mesmerizing outdoor adventures, and rich cultural heritage – it’s everything worth visiting and remembering. Some of the most popular destinations include:

•           Cape Town
•           Kruger National Park
•           Drakensberg Region
•           Winelands
•           Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
•           Blyde River Canyon
•           Mapungubwe National Park
•           Addo Elephant National Park
•           Garden Route
•           Madikwe Game Reserve

Now that may seem like a long list of attractions, but they are mere small portions compared to what the country, in its entirety, has to offer. In cities like Cape Town and Johannesburg, life is busy and vibrant decorated with creativities in nearly every corner. Infrastructure developments are happening all around at rapid pace in Johannesburg; in particular, the neighborhood of Maboneng has become a silent witness of an urban-renewal project, and actually dubbed as one of the best in the world at that. At the tip of the country’s south eastern border, Cape Town is standing in grandeur guarded by the Table Mountain National Park in a rather splendid fashion.

Outside of the urban areas, South Africa offers arguably the best kind of outdoor adventures accompanied by the Safari Big Five: Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Leopard, Rhino, and of course Lion. The Kruger National Park alone covers 7,523 square miles, making it one of the largest game reserves all across the continent. Let us not forget about the old-forest, coastal roads, vineyards, and the beaches of both Indian Ocean and South Atlantic Ocean stretching across the southern and western borders of the nation.