What are the places you must visit in South Africa?
South Africa is a rich nation when it’s about history. Tourist monuments too. From the witnesses of colonization to those of modernization through apartheid, this southern African country highlights a very rich cultural diversity. This makes it one of the countries that will not fail to surprise you with its various tourist assets, provided you visit it. Find here the important places to discover in this country.
The Soweto district in Johannesburg
The city of Johannesburg stands majestically with its many skyscrapers. To get the most out of your visit, you should start with the historic district of Soweto, which a guide will help you discover. Its history is quite rich and can be found, for the amateurs, recorded through the apartheid museum.
This museum relates the conditions of life at the time of apartheid. You will also see in this area the Nelson Mandela Museum which is considered the former home of the Nobel Peace Prize winner, without forgetting the Orlando Towers. Go there to go bungee jumping.
The Kruger National Park
With its 19,485 km2, the Kruger National Park remains one of the most large nature reserves in Africa. Its wildlife includes lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards, buffaloes, monkeys and many other species. An aerial view or a ground view? It's up to you to choose the way you'd like to visit this park.
Blyde River Canyon
Widely considered the third largest canyon in the world, the Blyde River Canyon contains cliffs, waterfalls and forests. It's everything you need to rediscover nature in all its majesty. The scenery in this canyon is simply stunning and very appealing. To enjoy an extraordinary view, go to God's Window. You will see a panorama straight out of Cinderella's tales. This canyon is the perfect place for any tourist to go hiking. South Africa has some great natural places to take your mind off things.