Your Holiday will Prolong, as Southern Africa is Full of Surprises

postheadericon Your Holiday will Prolong, as Southern Africa is Full of Surprises

The Seal Island

The Seal Island which is also called and Robin Island is located in Table Bay, approximately 12 km off the coast of Cape Town, which is reached by daily ferries that leave from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Today popular resort, owes its name to the population of sea lions that lived there when the first Europeans arrived.  Europeans still visit the area via flights to Lagos and other neighboring cities and other affordable alternative routes.

Johannesburg

Johannesburg is the Africa’s largest stock exchange and a vital tourist place as well. It is also one of the most important cities of recent foundation in the world, and one of the largest among neither those not wet nor the sea or by a river. Among the most famous districts of Johannesburg is Houghton, where Nelson Mandela was born, and Soweto, which was founded specifically to host the South African blacks and later became a symbol of the anti-apartheid movement.

Kruger

The Kruger National Park is a true national institution and is a huge protected area located in the North East of the country. The Park is the oldest and largest of the parks in South Africa, with a size comparable to that of entire nations, and is the third largest of the continent after the Tsavo in Kenya and the Selous in Tanzania.

Cape Peninsula 

The Cape Peninsula is a peninsula located in South Africa, in the province of Western Cape, and is the south-west of the continent. The Peninsula offers unforgettable views: long white sand beaches, mountains, sea and the waves roaring bucolic regions with slopes designed by the rows of vines. In the last part of the peninsula you enter the reserve of Cape Point.

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