Every country in the world displays some diversity. South Africa has it all, stretching from the hippos and crocodiles in the Limpopo River to the penguins and seals waddling on the Cape. This country has some of the friendliest people and most beautiful places you can imagine.
Insidiousness to South Africa are the famous Big Five: elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo. Not that giraffe, hippo or whale are small … South Africa’s bushveld and savannah regions are still home to large numbers of the mammals universally associated with Africa.
The Cape Wine lands
This region is the source of many legendary Cape wines that has received international awards, driving through this breathtaking mountainous area, you will see row upon row of grapevines, many of which were first planted hundreds of years ago. These farms has been in families for generations and each wine is a culture of its own.
This Desert is a large sandy Savannah in southern Africa extending 900,000 square kilometers, covering much of Botswana, parts of Namibia, and South Africa. Although you would expect a dessert to be a dry and desolate place, more than 400 species of plants have been identified here.
The Tsitsikamma National Park is a protected area on the Garden Route, Western Cape and Eastern Cape at the southern part of South Africa. It is a coastal nature reserve well known for its indigenous plants and forests, dramatic coastline and sheer rock drops into the ocean and ofcourse beautiful nature trails like the famous 3 day Otter Trail