Best tourist sites in South Africa (Part 1)

South Africa, a tourist destination is gradually becoming an attractive place for travel lovers around the world. Let’s explore unique land with beautiful tourist sites.

  1. Table Mountain:

The table mountain is located at Afrikaans Tafelberg, Cape Town, is a flat top mountain with a sweeping view of Cape Town and Table Bay. The shape of mountains today is due to horizontal sandstone layers eroded by strong winds and water. With its distinctive shape, this mountain is a popular destination that attracts tourists from Cape Town. When you come here you can try climbing, hiking, camping and participating in other activities.

  1. Castle of Good Hope:

Castle of Good Hope is a famous place in South Africa built from 1666 to 1679, this is also the oldest building in South Africa. This castle was built by prisoners, slaves and other volunteers. The castle hall includes churches, living quarters, workshops, shops and even jails.

  1. Company Garden:

The Company Garden is the oldest garden in South Africa. When coming here, visitors will enjoy the fresh air in the beautiful garden with the view of Ban Mountain. There are various gardens layout such as Japanese style, European style, aquariums etc.

  1. Camps Bay:

Only 7 minutes from central Cape Town, the dreamy beach of Camps Bay is a popular place. Cape Town’s most beautiful beach is the path from the Sea Point to the bay. You can ride or walk along the road to enjoy the natural beauty here.

  1. Ostrich camp:

A 20-minute drive from central Cape Town, you can visit and join the ostrich tour. Not only do you have experiences with ostriches, you can also see and learn more than 200 different bird species. And from here, you can also take a photo with the world’s largest bird with the background of Mount Ba and the famous Hottentots Holland.

  1. Kirstenbosch Garden:

Kirstenbosch National Park is considered the most beautiful botanical garden in Africa. Opened in 1913 to promote the spectacular beauty of the rich flora of southern Africa. If you want to explore the flowers and plants of southern Africa, go to the Kirstenbosch garden, which gathers nearly all the plants in this land. The park has 528 hectares with 7000 different types. In 2004, the Kirstenbosch garden was recognized as one of the most visited places in the world and nominated as a world heritage.