TRAVEL IN SOUTH AFRICA SERIES
The Travel in South Africa e-magazines is the greatest single source of information on South Africa for South Africans, Learners, Inbound Tourists, Travel Agents and Travel Specialists alike.
The Magazines are illustrated with plenty of photographs, interesting facts and the history of the areas.
A separate magazine will be provided for each province on the Tourism Routes, Game & Nature Reserves and all places of interest in each and every town around the country.
“A world in one country” – European city life, Western culture, a well-maintained network of roads and functioning economy are combined with the ancient beauty of nature and the traditional culture of the African continent, which never fails to enchant visitors with its unique wealth of plants and animals.
The variety of scenic landscapes is fascinating, ranging from deserts and arid savannahs through rolling hills and fertile valleys to dramatic mountains with snow-covered peaks.
South Africa is located at the southern tip of the continent of Africa and is the 4th largest country in Africa by population.
The country has a moderate climate with summer rainfall except for the south-western Cape, which has a Mediterranean climate with winter rain.
A few thousand kilometres of coastline hems the country. The beaches in the west are rough and harsh, their eastern counterparts mild and Mediterranean, with the northeast boasting tropical warmth.
Experience South Africa in a unique way; unspoiled and untarnished. The land is as it has always been – and as it shall always remain.
“The Rainbow People of God” is how Desmond Tutu, Archbishop of Cape Town, describes the people of South Africa because of our wonderful diversity of colour, creed, culture and language; among the indigenous people there is great diversity. Even the settlers who immigrated from Europe and Asia have made important contributions to our country.
Welcome to the Introduction to South Africa
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