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      South Africa

      When one is moving to any city for vacation, usually it is for sightseeing, visiting places of religious importance, shopping markets, and many such activities. One hardly thinks about the best thing which makes you aware of the city, and that is its nightlife.

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      Boulders Beach is located just outside of Simon’s town, not very far from the popular Cape Town. It is a beautiful beach that has a lot of massive granite boulders even in the water. Also known as Boulders Bay, this beach is located Read more

      Tourists call South Africa ‘Africa light’ because it’s tamer than the rest of the Africa. Backpackers absolutely adore South Africa as they are very welcoming and outgoing. Read more

      The multi-use stadium at Durban, South Africa has been named Moses Mabhida Stadium, after the famous former General Secretary of the South African Communist Party. The stadium which was initially meant to be used for cultural purposes is now open for all. Read more

      A trip to Johannesburg wouldn’t be complete if you missed going to the Johannesburg Zoo. The zoo is famous not only for all the animals that one can find there but much more. Read more

      Castle of Good Hope is also known as the Cape Town castle. This fort was built in the 17th century and is located in the inland. This castle may not be the first fort in Cape Town, Read more

      Augrabies Falls National Park came into existence in 1966. Just as its name suggests, the national park includes a massive water fall which is a popular tourist spot. It falls over a height of 90 m high roughly (with a 56m free-fall). It is said to be one of the five greatest on the planet! Down stream from these falls, courses through a thin, obviously wonderful 18m deep crack. The area around the fall is a protected environments for wildlife and vegetation. Read more

      Nelson Mandela Square is one of the busiest shopping hubs of South Africa. But it doesn’t end with shopping here. It also extends to giving the tourists wonderful experiences for both body and brains. No matter what, if you are in Johannesburg, Read more

      South Africa for the most part of the history was a home to different communities predominantly tribal in nature. It was not until the route to India through the Horn of Cape was discovered by Vasco Da Gama that any real fortifications in South Africa started to appear. Read more

      uShaka Marine World in Durban, South Africa is a theme park which was opened in the year 2004. They have 8 different sections in this theme park which includes something for all the age groups. This park is located between a harbor and the beachfront. Read more

      South Africa, a country instilled with scenic landscapes, grand mountains, winelands and the like, has so much to offer for a perfect escape. Indulging in its serene beauty is simply one of a kind and while it is a home for the largest bird

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      Wildly beautiful, placed perfectly amongst serene beaches and much famed as the Friendly city, Port Elizabeth reflects the culture and struggles of South Africa. On one side there are remarkable beaches

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      Gone are the days of stealing a kiss beneath the London bridge and strolling on the streets of Rome hand in hand. More and more modern-day lovebirds are giving conventionally romantic destinations a miss for the delight of sipping coffee with their partner on the porch overlooking the beach at one of the cozy, intimate cafes in Cape Town. Read more

      A wild wild city of the wildest country, an underdog turning into the next alluring spot in South Africa for travelers and a city renowned as the Port city or the Friendly city. Need I say more? Read more

      Party all night till the sun comes up! Interestingly, the most relatable statement for all the party animals around the world. If you are one of the grooving to the beats till you drop on the floor person then nightlife in Cape Town is the next to put on your bucket list for you.

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      With Africa being the home to some of the world’s best game reserves, picking a destination for a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife watching experience can be tough. The Pilanesberg Game Reserve makes this choice easier for you by checking off everything on your dream safari list. Read more

      Cango Caves is located in the Precambrian limestones. This is at the foothills of the Swartberg range near the town of Oudtshoorn. This region is found in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The cave is known as one of the country's finest, best known, and the most popular tourist caves. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikimedia Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is perhaps the most popular place for tourists visiting Cape Town. This place acts as a central location for tourism in Cape Town and the metropolitan area of the City. Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is one of the last remaining places that can transport you back to the time of the otherwise colonial South Africa. Read more

      Cape Point Nature Reserve is a Nature Reserve situated on the Southern Tip of Cape Peninsula. This reserve also includes the iconic Cape Point, Read more

      Isimangaliso Wetland Park is the third biggest nature reserve as well as the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. It is located on the east coast of South Africa in KwaZulu Natal province and spans across a huge area of around 3280 sq. km. The park is one of the most popular destinations for eco-tourists. Read more

      With an area of over 3.6 million hectares, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is a huge wildlife preserve that is home to a variety of birds and animals. Read more

      The South African cuisine have a taste of many other cuisines as they are a blend of many regional dishes. The colonization and immigration during the colonial period have bought a great difference in the cuisine, which is why finding Indian, Malaysian, French, and Mexican influences may not come as a surprise to you. But what may come as a

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      South Africa is an impeccable tourist destination and its vivid natural landscapes and diverse game reserves make it a must-visit for every traveler. Apart from the great tourist attractions, there are some national parks as well, which are stunning and a dream destination for every animal lover. Amongst all the 19 national parks, which are a must for every elephant lover, the Read more

      Shopping in Cape Town is one of the most enjoyable experiences that you can be a part of on your vacation. From large malls to small boutiques, international brands to local artists, there is much to explore in the malls and stalls of South Africa’s most happening town.

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      The sound of the drums, guitars, and the piano, and the aroma of fresh food and wine, and the chatter amongst friends, festivals in South Africa are like a family get-together. With everyone on the streets to enjoy international artists perform, there is always some festival that is scheduled for any given time!

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