Travel South Africa

Flag of South-africa

The Republic of South Africa is located at the southernmost tip of the African continent ‘ hence the name. While Africa as a whole is thought of as a desolate land, South Africa is the exception. With almost 50 million residents in the country, as well as larger cities like Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa is a country with modern elegance and a history of apartheid resistance.

South Africa travel tips & advice

With vineyards producing some of the finest African wines to beautiful ethnic musical offerings, this is a land that begs to be explored and experienced. Though the cities are modern, you can escape to one of many national parks and natural resources ‘ Kruger National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, and Addo Elephant National Park. Or you could check out the Vredefort Dome, a large crater in the pristine earth. But while you will see many a sign of warning about the many wild animals, running into these spectacular creatures is more of a treat than a nuisance.

Flights to South Africa / How to Get There

Getting into South Africa is simple. As the major hub of African travel, the most often utilized airports are Cape Town International and OR Tambo International Airport. But there are many other smaller airports around the area that can get you to specific regions of the country. Once you’re in the area, you will find that getting around by bus, train, and taxi is simple and often quite affordable. Search for flights to South Africa here.

Hotels in South Africa & Where to Stay

You can find discount South Africa hotels here. While you can choose to stay at one of the many larger chain and local resorts and hotels, you will find a wide range of prices to choose from. In addition, there are a number of hostels available throughout the country, averaging about 40USD per night per guest. Motels in South Africa and other Hotels in South Africa are found around the major cities.