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South African Splendor: A Look at the Many Things to See and Do in This African Nation

South Africa

Sitting at the Southern tip of the African continent, South Africa is truly one of the most beautiful nations on earth. Whether you want to learn more about its history, or just want to enjoy some delicious wine, South Africa is sure to please. This article takes a look at some of the best things to see and do in this African nation.

South Africa is one of the most diverse countries in the world and is host to a multitude of cultures and languages. Visitors to South Africa are afforded opportunities to immerse themselves in the local culture, to get lost in its natural beauty and to fully unwind while sipping a glass of silky smooth red wine from the Cape wine lands. Of course, there is no shortage of things to see and do in South Africa, such as:

Table Mountain

Table Mountain watches over the beautiful city of Cape Town in the Western Cape and is the most iconic land mark in South Africa. Visitors to Table Mountain have the option of taking a cable car up to the top of the mountain or to hike a number of trails up to the top. Both options promise breathtaking views of the Mother City for visitors. On a clear day, one can see all the way out to Robben Island.

Cape Wine Route

The Western Cape in South Africa is most famously known for its wine routes in the Stellenbosch-Paarl areas. Wine tastings are available at almost all wine farms and the old Cape-Dutch buildings have the ability to transport one to a world where time pauses and allows you to catch your breath. Even if you aren’t a wine drinker, the beautiful gardens, long rows of vines and meandering footpaths of the wine route are enough to make you fall in love with the Western Cape.

Robben Island

Robben Island, the tiny piece of land just off the coast of Cape Town, was once used as the prison for political and other prisoners during the Apartheid years in South Africa, most famously housing Nelson Mandela – the first democratic president of South Africa. Visitors can catch a ferry out to Robben Island. Once there, you are given a tour of the prison buildings and are allowed the opportunity to experience what the life of a prisoner must have Been like.

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