Wonderful South Africa is an exciting and varied country with great contrasts, strong history, beautiful scenery, cool cities, gorgeous beaches and great food and drink.

Beautiful South Africa is the land of contrasts and is often called "a world in one country". It stretches from the Limpopo River in the north to the Cape of Good Hope in the south, a fantastic destination all the way south on the world's most magnificent continent. barren desert areas and lively cities. South Africa is a popular, beautiful and diverse tourist country.

KWAZULU-NATAL. KwaZulu-Natal is the province that has everything. The proud Zulu people are known for their great art and warlike history. You may have heard of Shaka, the Zulu chief who was compared to Napoleon for his clever warfare against the English. We make sure you greet a true Zulu chief!

DURBAN. Durban is considered South Africa's Capital of Culture and is a melting pot of African, European and Asian culture. Here you will find the largest proportion of Indians outside of India, and they characterize the city: the world's largest spice market with exciting taste experiences awaiting. Here is also the largest natural medicine market in Africa, where local medicines sell their herbs. And in the midst of this are top modern buildings and one of the best conference centers in Africa. Not to mention "The Golden Mile", the popular sandy beach that separates downtown Durban. The Indian Ocean is over 20 degrees, also in winter.

JOHANNESBURG. Johannesburg was originally a gold digger town. Today, it is South Africa's business and financial center. The city has been through a cultural revolution after the defeat of apartheid. Just outside Johannesburg lies Soweto, the largest black "township" in the country. Soweto is a symbol of African resistance to the apartheid system. Here is also the only street in the world where you find the house of two Nobel Peace Prize winners.

CAPE TOWN. Cape Town is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Out in the Atlantic Ocean is Robben Island, the capture island where Nelson Mandela was serving for 27 years. At the harbor you will find the popular Victoria and Alfred Waterfront and in the background characteristic Table Mountain. Cape Town is the starting point for visits to South Africa's best wine regions, Cape of Good Hope and lush "Garden Route".

GARDEN ROUTE. The Garden Route is the coastline from George to Port Elizabeth, world renowned for its scenic beauty, with beautiful mountains, rivers, lagoons, primeval forests and beaches. Here you visit pleasant small towns along the coast and choose from countless outdoor activities. The coastline also offers many great golf courses in top class. Take a trip to the coast's most acclaimed gem: the Knysna oyster and artist town, or enjoy the tranquility and the deserted beaches beyond the most common tourist trail. Here you will also find the world's highest knitting jump.

SAFARI IN SOUTH AFRICA. Here are the possibilities endless. South Africa has many national parks and private wildlife reserves. The Kruger Park in the north is the largest national park, known for the world's most varied wildlife. Hluhluwe-Umfolozi in KwaZulu-Natal is the oldest wildlife sanctuary in South Africa, known for the conservation of rhinos.


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Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Cape Town
53 million
Tourists from Scandinavia do not need a visa to enter the country. .
11 official languages: Afrikaans, English, Ice Cube, Isixhosa, Isizulu, Sepedi, Sesotho, Setswana, Siswati, Tshivenda and Xitsonga. The vast majority master English.
South African Rand (ZAR)
Good road network, left-hand drive.
November to February is the hottest season. May to August are the coldest months, then there is drying time in the north and wet in the south. These are the best times to go on a safari.

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