Top Tourist Attractions in South Africa - b4itravel

Top Tourist Attractions in South Africa

 

South Africa is the most diverse country in the world. Situated on the southern tip of Africa it is a country of unparalleled natural beauty. It's diverse landscapes, climate, abundant wildlife and world-renowned cities make South Africa a truly great place to visit all year round. With internationally acclaimed restaurants, hotels and guesthouses and so many travel opportunities for solo travellers and families alike - there is no longer a reason not to visit South Africa.


Things to do in Cape Town

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Enjoy a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of the Mother City from the iconic and vibrant V&A Waterfront on the Cape Wheel. From a vantage point high in the sky, gorgeous views of Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Cape Town city skyline and local mountains are unveiled.

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The Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town is one of South Africa’s oldest colonial buildings, dating back to the 17th century. Take in highlights including the daily Key Ceremony, the Castle Military Museum, and the William Fehr art collection on a self-guided tour, or join one of the guided tours (included) to see the dungeons, ramparts, and armouries.

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The District Six Museum caters for locals as well as foreigners and is an educational experience for both adults and children. Visitors learn about this once colourful hub for musicians, artists, and ‘good’ and ‘bad’ gangsters, that faced a 20-year long period of demolition and forced removals during the apartheid era

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With more than 3,000 creatures on show, the Two Oceans Aquarium provides a diverse showcase of Atlantic and Indian Ocean marine life. View mesmerising exhibits that feature the dazzling colours of its fish, translucent jellies, shy octopuses and Knysna seahorses.

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Step into Africa’s largest bird sanctuary and one of the few large bird parks in the world at World of Birds. Visitors can get up close and personal with birds indigenous to South Africa, including ostriches, cormorants, pelicans, penguins, parrots and others. World of Birds also hosts a Monkey Jungle, where visitors can interact with the inquisitive resident squirrel monkeys.

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The museum, a towering 100,000 square foot space, opened in September 2017. The space is dedicated to contemporary African art and is the largest museum – comprising more than 100 galleries over nine floors – to open on the continent in more than a century. It focuses exclusively on 21st-century work from Africa and the diaspora.

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Join a thrilling boat cruise to Duiker Island to see thousands of Cape fur seals in their natural environment. Along the way, take in some of the most spectacular scenery the Cape Peninsula has to offer as you cruise along the rugged coastline from Hout Bay harbour

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This Mega-City Pass package offers FREE entry to over 70 of Cape Town’s best attractions and venues with Fast Track entry at many. Save as you explore with this mobile friendly, hassle-free entry system into your choice of attractions.

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This tour includes access to four tour loops so join us and create your own itinerary. So whether you want to jump off and take a quick scenic pic of Table Mountain or wonder around Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens or visit Groot Constantia, the oldest Wine Estate in South Africa, you have the flexibility to do so.

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This tour includes access to four tour loops so join us and create your own itinerary. So whether you want to jump off and take a quick scenic pic of Table Mountain or wonder around Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens or visit Groot Constantia, the oldest Wine Estate in South Africa, you have the flexibility to do so.

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Fully guided (in English) day excursion to Cape Point in a luxury air-conditioned coach. Spend the day exploring this spectacular nature reserve, part of the Cape Floral Kingdom World Heritage Site, with a stop en route at Boulders Beach to visit the African penguins. This day tour to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes your pass into Cape Point, is a must-see for visitors and locals.

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Spend the day exploring the Franschhoek and Stellenbosch Winelands and even stop at Bloubergstrand for an iconic postcard view of Table Mountain from Bloubergstrand. This day tour to the Cape Winelands, which includes a wine and cheese tasting and a cellar tour in Franschhoek and a wine tasting at a Stellenbosch wine farm, is a must-see for visitors and locals.

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Depart Cape Town by motor coach and head directly to the Franschhoek valley to join the Franschhoek hop-on hop-off wine tram and bus. The Franschhoek Wine Tram offers two hop-on hop-off lines to choose from, each visiting eight wine estates showcasing a separate part of the Franschhoek Valley. The tram or tram-buses pass each stop once an hour, so you can explore at your convenience to move from one estate to the next.

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Depart Cape Town by motor coach and head directly to the Franschhoek valley to join the Franschhoek hop-on hop-off wine tram and bus. The Franschhoek Wine Tram offers two hop-on hop-off lines to choose from, each visiting eight wine estates showcasing a separate part of the Franschhoek Valley. The tram or tram-buses pass each stop once an hour, so you can explore at your convenience to move from one estate to the next.

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Experience magnificent and exciting views of the City, coastline, Cape Point and the National Parks that surround the famous flat-topped Table Mountain. This Helicopter flight is a real favourite among tourists. It routes from the Mother City along the Atlantic Coast passing a multitude of well-known sights and spectacular scenery before heading to Noordhoek and Kommetjie. From there we travel down to the Cape Point, where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet and along the Indian Ocean for the return leg. You will witness eye-opening sights of False Bay coastline taking you past Simons Town, Kalk-Bay and Muizenburg before heading back inland along the Constantia Winelands and home to the V&A Waterfront.

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Experience magnificent and exciting views of the City, coastline and the National Park surrounding the famous flat-topped Table Mountain. This Helicopter flight is a real favourite among tourists. It routes from the Mother City along the Atlantic Coast passing a multitude of well-known sights and spectacular scenery before heading inland to Noordhoek and Kommetjie crossing over the peninsula bringing the eye-opening sight of False Bay into clear view. Kalk-Bay will be next in your view before heading back inland along the Constantia Winelands and home to the V&A Waterfront.

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This entry-level helicopter flight over Cape Town is the best way to experience Cape Town Helicopters on a budget. This short city flip gives you a bird’s eye view of the iconic Cape Town Stadium, Lion’s Head, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay ending with a spectacular view of the Twelve Apostles mountains.

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The Ocean Experiences team are only too keen to share the beauty of the ocean as well as the beauty of the Cape Town Atlantic Coastline on our unique Ocean Safari.

Things to do in Jo'burg

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Discover Johannesburg in an informative, safe, convenient and fun way – aboard the big red bus! City Sightseeing’s City Tour and Green Tour shows you the city as you’ve never seen it before and takes you to all of Jozi’s hottest spots.

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Discover Johannesburg in an informative, safe, convenient and fun way – aboard the big red bus! City Sightseeing’s City Red Tour and Green Tour shows you the city as you’ve never seen it before and takes you to all of Jozi’s hottest spots.

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See why Jo’burg is not only considered Africa’s economic playground but also one of the most wooded cities in the world. No visit to the city of Johannesburg is complete without a trip into its largest and most vibrant township, Soweto. It’s home to more than 1.2-million South Africans and some of the most significant historical events in South Africa took place here.

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See why Jo’burg is not only considered Africa’s economic playground but also one of the most wooded cities in the world. No visit to the city of Johannesburg is complete without a trip into its largest and most vibrant township, Soweto. It’s home to more than 1.2-million South Africans and some of the most significant historical events in South Africa took place here.

Things to do in Durban

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The world class uShaka Marine World, situated in Durban, South Africa, opened its turnstiles to the general public on April 30th 2004. uShaka has fast positioned itself as a key attraction on Durban’s Golden Mile, offering a world of entertainment, excitement, fun and uniqueness. Entertainment is non-stop, extending from the daytime operations of Sea World, Wet ‘n Wild, and uShaka Beach, to the night time festivities of the Village Walk.

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