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Cape Town is one of the most striking cities in the world, with that famous perspective of Table Mountain being up there with Sydney Harbour and the Manhattan skyline among the world’s best views.
South Africa’s Eastern Cape is a popular holiday destination for South African’s themselves and it is easy to see why. The town of Plettenberg Bay overlooks an impressive sweep of surfing beach and makes the most of its location to offer the best in coastal relaxation.
While Kruger National Park has a world-famous name, the majority of South Africa’s luxury lodges are located in the adjacent Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve.
KwaZulu Natal is one of South Africa’s lesser-visited and known regions, which is both a great shame and also a great opportunity for those who do choose to holiday here. The climate is milder than other parts of South Africa with average day time temperatures in the twenties, even in the winter months.
Perhaps South Africa’s prettiest region, the Western Cape is a perfect holiday destination. Not only is the scenery absolutely gorgeous but some of the world’s best food and wine seems to have found its home in this heavenly corner of the globe.