Total Pageviews

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Visit South Africa - The Cradle of Humankind















Have you been to the top tourist destinations in the world? Why not visit exotic South Africa next.
If you are the kind of person who likes to travel chances are very good that one day you will visit the Cradle of Humankind, which is in South Africa.
Other tourist features which stand out are the Kruger National Park, Robben Island and Table Mountain, but there is so much more and here they are in random order as I see them:
* The South African Coastline has many Blue Flag beaches and are very popular tourist destinations during the summer months.
* The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site at http://www.cradleofhumankind.co.za/index.html
* Vilakazi Street in Soweto where no less than two Nobel Peace Prize winners lived.
* The Winelands of the Cape Peninsula where some of the best wines in the world are produced.
* The Garden Route known as South Africa’s Eden, the famous Garden Route traverses an area rich in natural beauty and charm, attracting adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.
* Blyde River Canyon most famous for God’s Window, the panoramic splendour of the Blyde River Canyon makes it ideal for scenic drives and hiking trails. This canyon is also the largest green canyon in the world and the third largest overall.
The area in which I live is in the Eastern Cape. This area is known for its prime hunting and game farms with some of the most idealistic views you would normally just see in movies. These Private Game Reserves are pricey  but worth it. Grahamstown is also known as the City of Saints since there is a church or place of worship for every week in the year. The town is also known for the South African National Arts Festival, which is one of the most popular in the world and has attracted celebrities such as George W. Bush's one daughter and the royal princes of England.
What you can see and experience in this country is one thing, but then there are the people who are incredibly friendly and love to share with foreigners. South Africa is an incredible experience and something about Africa makes you soak it into your bones. Once you have been on this continent you want to come back.
Take a chance on a most beautiful and thrilling destination. As a bonus I am willing to act as guide and host to anybody who joins the Empower Network here on my other blog. You just give me the dates when you will be here and I will be more than happy to look after you and that's a promise.
Hoping to see more of you.
Take care.
Werner.

No comments: