South Africa

South Africa is one of the most geographically varied countries of the African continent. In addition to possessing two of the world’s most renowned wildlife reserves, the Kruger and the Kalahari Gemsbok National Parks, South Africa, with its excellent road and rail systems, its abundance of top-rated accommodations, and its bountiful farmlands and vineyards, allows visitors ample opportunity for more luxurious comfort along with adventuresome excitement. And the fact is that the country, roughly the size of France and Spain combined, has something for everyone. From true wilderness to modern cities, from lush tropical forests to open savannah, from deserts to contrasting coasts, from sumptuous beaches to manicured vineyards, everywhere one goes the scenery is different. Yet, this stark contrasts do not exist in scenery alone. The multicultural country is composed of a medley of different beliefs an cultures (African, Asian, European…), all preserved by their descendants: 11 languages, different religions, diverse architecture styles… South Africa, neither First World nor Third World, neither exclusively remote “old” Africa nor exclusively modern European, is a world within one country. That’s what make it so enigmatic. That’s what make it so interesting.

South Africa

South Africa is one of the most geographically varied countries of the African continent. In addition to possessing two of the world’s most renowned wildlife reserves, the Kruger and the Kalahari Gemsbok National Parks, South Africa, with its excellent road and rail systems, its abundance of top-rated accommodations, and its bountiful farmlands and vineyards, allows visitors ample opportunity for more luxurious comfort along with adventuresome excitement. And the fact is that the country, roughly the size of France and Spain combined, has something for everyone. From true wilderness to modern cities, from lush tropical forests to open savannah, from deserts to contrasting coasts, from sumptuous beaches to manicured vineyards, everywhere one goes the scenery is different. Yet, this stark contrasts do not exist in scenery alone. The multicultural country is composed of a medley of different beliefs an cultures (African, Asian, European…), all preserved by their descendants: 11 languages, different religions, diverse architecture styles… South Africa, neither First World nor Third World, neither exclusively remote “old” Africa nor exclusively modern European, is a world within one country. That’s what make it so enigmatic. That’s what make it so interesting.
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