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South Africa

South Africa, also known as the "Rainbow Nation", and " whole world in one country", offering a large diversity of culture, history, landscapes and flora and fauna (wild animals).

South Africa has approximately 46 million inhabitants, in a country of 1,200,000 km2 wide, with a coast line of approximately 2900 km. The country borders several neighbouring countries such as Namibia, the Republic of Botswana, Zimbabwe, tropical Mozambique and the Kingdom of Swaziland and Lesotho. Divided into 9 provinces, every region offers its own unique landscape, vegetation and climate. The provinces are West Cape, East Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, North Cape, Free State, North-West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo.

In Mpumalanga you enjoy the wild animals and superb nature of the Blyde River Canyon, in the subtropical KwaZulu-Natal the coast of the Indian Ocean, culture and the magnificent mountain ranges (Drakensberg). In the Cape Region you travel through the Garden Route, the famous Winelands and of course the Cosmopolitan Cape Town.

South Africa is famous for its sunshine. It's a relatively dry country, with an average annual rainfall of about 464mm (compared to a world average of about 860mm). While the Western Cape gets most of its rainfall in winter, the rest of the country is generally a summer-rainfall region.

South Africa offers a huge variety of accommodations, rural to simple rest camps in one of the many National Parks, affordable or more luxurious holiday houses, simple to very luxurious guesthouses and bed & breakfast, hotels and (safari) lodges at all possible levels.

Hamba Kahle!