The African country has so much to offer that you will feel that you have not dedicated enough time to it for many days that you have decided to visit it.

Discover today: Essential places to see in South Africa. We promise that you will never forget a trip to South Africa.

 

Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is the largest wildlife reserve in the country and one of the most essential places to see in South Africa. One of the objectives of many travelers when going on safari is to see for the first time the «big five», a group of animals that are difficult to locate, including the lion, the leopard, the rhinoceros, the elephant and the buffalo and the Kruger. it is one of the parks in the world in which you have more reach to achieve this goal, by having a good number of each one of them.

 

Table Mountain

Table Mountain or Table Mountain, a flat-topped mountain that can be seen from almost any corner of the city. It was declared one of the seven natural wonders of the world in 2011 and is part of the Table Mountain National Park.

 

Cape Town

Cape Town is the most beautiful city in the country and another of the most interesting places to visit in South Africa. Dedicate at least a couple of days of your trip to South Africa to enjoy the attractions of Cape Town, one of the most vibrant cities on the continent. In addition to visiting the Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, spend a few hours discovering Bo-Kaap, the city’s Malay quarter.

 

De Hoop Nature Reserve

De Hoop Nature Reserve, located about 3 hours drive from Cape Town, was one of the great and pleasant surprises of our trip. The landscape of large white sand dunes that bathe this part of the coast is reason enough to include it among the essential places to see in South Africa and also, if you travel in autumn, you can enjoy from the shore the whales that are jumping very comfortable in this part of the ocean, not having much boat traffic.

 

Soweto and the Apartheid Museum

Johannesburg is not one of the most pleasant cities in Africa, but it has very interesting corners that we encourage you to include in your trip to South Africa. The most important are located in Soweto, an urban area made up of 29 neighborhoods located 24 kilometers from the country’s capital. The South Western Township, Soweto, emerged during the apartheid times to isolate black Africans who lived in areas that were designated for whites and was the maximum representation of the brutality of this regime.