No world traveller has been everywhere if they have not been to Africa. And the premier destination on the continent is to the south – all the way to south. Every year, many tourists and immigrants make their way to South Africa.
The country offers a variety of attractions to tourists and immigrants. There are pristine beaches, arid semi-desert, tropical areas and dramatic mountain ranges. So, if you want sun, water, or wildlife, hiking, flowers, local cuisine or wine, or simply the history of a place, there is surely something to entertain you in South Africa.
The diversity of the scenery is matched by the diverse cultural heritage of the people. Some of the people have been in the region of South Africa for more than 30 000 years, while others arrived less than 400 years ago. There are eleven official languages and as many unofficial cultures. You may well develop a love for the country during your time here, a love that brings you back once again, perhaps even permanently.
The coastline of South Africa measures roughly 3000km (about 1800 miles), and includes many beautiful beaches, over 20 of which have been assigned International Blue Flag status. Why not come and enjoy the beach culture of South Africa’s coastal cities, taking in the sun and the sea air, a swim in the ocean or a relaxing sea-side drink?
Just imagine being seated in a 4×4 safari jeep, tracking game through the wild bush under the hot African sun!
In the 2006 UK Readers Travel awards, South African achieved a rating of 97.8% – at the time, this was the highest score internationally. But then the country has often featured in the top ten in various contests, and Cape Town is the stand-out destination in this regard, as well as in ex-patriate surveys.
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