Thinking how? South Africa is a diverse country, how will it be possible to explore it over a fortnight! Well, don’t bother yourself with how because after going through our guide you’ll only be saying Wow! So, sit back for now and let us take you through this two-week program that we have curated just for you.
Explore the Capes
Popularly called as ‘Mother City’, Cape Town in South Africa has a lot to offer varying from beaches, mountains, affordable accommodation, delectable dishes to friendly locals. You can visit Platteklip Gorge Hike to the top of Table Mountain, or soak up in the sun at Camp’s Bay beach to witness Lion’s Head Mountain and the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range. Also, you can rent a car and enjoy the most popular road trip from Cape Town to the Cape Peninsula. Gift your eyes a chance to see the meeting of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean from the sky in a helicopter tour. If you love plants and greenery, visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden which apart from unique vegetation will captivate your heart for larger-than-life waterfalls. The Cape of Good Hope, a national park, is also a must visit.
Wine will keep you fine
It’s time to give rest to your feet. Rejuvenate by visiting the two most famous wine regions – Franschhoek and Stellenbosch. There are plenty wine-tasting tours conducted in Cape Winelands.
You have done bird-watching many times. How about some whale-watching? So, if you were thinking to skip Hermanus, think again! It is the world’s best land-based location for whale watching. Many companies offer whale watching tours that will mesmerize you.
Karoo to Knysna
The lower part of Karoo border is called ‘Klein Karoo’ or ‘Little Karoo’ and the place is famous for arid landscapes, mountains and farming. From here you can visit Knysna, ideally in time to see sunset over the lagoon.
Addo Elephant Park
Thinking why we are not taking you to a wildlife safari, given that it is an integral part of South Africa? Well, here we are. Visit Addo Elephant Park and enjoy the fun of a guided safari tour or a self-driven safari as it is one of the most budget- friendly option in SA.
Kruger National Park
It has many safari lodges and connecting airports, so at this point you need to accord to your suitability. Kruger is famous for white lions. And we don’t think you want to miss spotting them.
Blyde River Canyon
Have you ever seen an actual rainforest? This is your chance to get right into one and absorb its natural offerings, which will take you in another world once you step in it.
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