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Places to Visit in South Africa

South Africa’s magnificence, welcoming people, glorious outdoors, top-notch infrastructure, and bright weather attract a huge number of tourists. The country has one of the most diverse landscapes on the entire continent. Wildlife Safari is a wholesome pleasure with sights of huge lions, African penguins, rhinos, Meerkats, whales, hulking African elephants, and dwarf mongooses. The Kruger National Park, Addo Elephant National Park, Golden Gate Highlands National Park, Mountain Zebra National Park, and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park are the chief safari parks in South Africa.

At present, there are 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in South Africa recognized for their natural and geological wonders as well as historical importance. Three of these- the Robben Island, the Vredefort Dome, and the Cradle of Humankind are unique and well-preserved memorial spots.  If you are looking for any defined thoughts on South Africa’s history and civilization, visit the informative museums and galleries like Apartheid Museum, South African Jewish Museum, Genadendal Mission Station, Dias Museum Complex, Cape Town Minstrel Carnival, and National Arts Festival.

Things to do

If you are a wine lover, put the entertaining bar, ‘For the Love of Wine’, on your must- visit list. Baxter Theatre, Cape Town City Hall, Fugard, Brass Bell, and Polana are other entertaining spots for travelers. You may even plan for a fantastic sightseeing group tour within South Africa as there are several options like Cape Town Helicopter Tour, Cape Peninsula Tour from Cape Town, Cape and Namibia Adventure, Johannesburg Tour, Falls and Serengeti Adventure, Ghost Tour, and Cape Point Highlights with a Wine Tasting Trip.

Shopping

Shopping completes any vacation. Hence, visit some renowned stores like Neighbor Goods Market, Church- a gift shop, Cape Quarter, Woodstock Foundry, and Old Biscuit Mill. If you love the arts, make a few purchases at Street Wires, Africa Nova, Montebello, and The Fringe Arts.