Cultural Travel to South Africa

A Menu of things to do in South Africa is like a buffet of cultural experiences that will expand your horizon. Cultural travel to South Africa offers diversity of flora and fauna, people, nature reserves, botanical gardens, and so much more. The coastline alone stretches a vast 1,553 miles, and South Africa is the 25th largest country in the world. From a vast coastline to the highest peak, the Drakensberg mountains which ascend to 11,320 feet!  The terrain is diverse, from a lush green coastline to the dry sparse scrublands of the interior.

Drakensburgmountains-southafrica- Photo by EZFUN

Drakensburgmountains-southafrica- Photo by EZFUN


     South Africa’s Cape region is home to some superb botanic gardens accessible from Cape Town, among the best of which are Grootbos and the world-famous Kirstenbosch, on Table Mountain’s eastern slopes. Book a tour of the Harold Porter national botanical garden to see exquisite fynbos, or schedule a stay at tranquil Babylonstoren, a restored Cape Dutch farmyard turned tranquil country hotel, surrounded by an edible garden from where fresh produce goes directly from plot to plate.

Cultural travel to South Africa offers just about everything for the traveler who wants a diverse experience including food, terrain, flora and botanical variety, and history.  Read more about South Africa in the Guardian’s article on winning a case of South African wine here!


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