Travel to South Africa tips and information

Travel to South Africa tips and information

South African travelSouth Africa is located on the tip of continent Africa, South Africa has three capitals like Cape Town (Legislative), Pretoria (Administrative and Bloemfontein (Judicial). After, 1994 South Africa has democratic government and country is headed by a State president. In South Africa tourism is an emerging and fast growing sector while the country has many adventures, sport, nature and wildlife travel. South Africa’s currency is the rand and the climate of this country is hot with long sunny day. South Africa is connected with roads, rails and air. South Africa demands a valid yellow fever certificate from all foreign visitors. South Africa is an outstanding African country that has unique natural beauty and that is why millions of visitors visit this country every year. South Africa wild lives, forest, grassland, mountains, plains and rivers are best in their beauty from all over the world. There are many fantastic beauties and amazing natural spots those attracts the foreign visitors in South Africa. South Africa is unique in its natural beauty and it preserves all its natural habitats and forests. South Africa natural beauty is leading all over the world although it has hot weather, but still it is amazing. Here, we have a list of some fine class visiting sites in South Africa for visitors and travelers from all over the world.

The Kruger National Park
The Kruger national park is among the five great parks of South Africa and it is amazing for all foreign and local tourists. This world famous park provides a wildlife experience and it is outstanding in Africa. This Kruger national park was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of low land of South Africa. This park is stretched on about 2 million hectares. The Kruger national park is a natural home of fantastic number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians – , 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals. This Kruger national park is doing the best job to protect the natural habitats for native species of plants and animals.

Drakensberg
Drakensberg is a mountain paradise and it is mountain range which has a fine class beauty. This mountain range is a natural border between Lesotho and South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province and it consists of about 600 rocks art sites. This is best for hiking or horse riding and has various staying options. This site has been declared a World Heritage and has the richest collection of San rock paintings in Africa. The Drakensberg is natural habitats of bearded vulture and bald ibis. These mountains contain various valleys and rivers and this is the best site for many activities just as trout fishing, kayaking, tubing, swimming, 4×4 trails, quad biking, horse riding, photography, bird watching, rambling, rock climbing and hot air balloon rides over hidden valleys.

Garden Route
This route guide the visitors up toward the south-east coast from Mossel Bay in the western Cape. That consist coastal beauty, indigenous forest, fine class town of Knysna ant at the end the Addo Elephant National Park near Port Elizabeth. There are numbers of lagoons and lakes along the coast. However, there are many famous town in this way like Mossel Bay, Knysna, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg Bay and Nature’s Valley. The Garden route’s is a big city and main administrative center.

Winelands
The Cape Winelands is a beautiful collection of wines farm. Here, is a fine class tour for university town and Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. The tourists will find a fine class scenery, cultural heritage and outstanding world class wine producing estate. This site is crowded in summer and winter and beside this there are many other wine forms are there those increases the beauty of this land. The hotels and restaurants are stretched all over the wineland those offers fine and outstanding stays.

World Heritage Sites
South Africa has eight UNESCO World Heritage sites and got a special attention and position becuse of amazing qualities. Visitors who take intrest in natural history and culture must plan to visit these sites in South Africa. These sites are as follow.

The Cape Floral Region
Robben Island
The Greater St Lucia Wetland
uKhahlamba – Drakensberg
The Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape
The “Cradle of Humankind” (Fossil Hominid Sites of Sterkfontein, Swartkrans, Kromdraai, and Environs)
Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landschape
Vredefort Dome