Top 5 South African Cities
If you’re thinking about taking a trip to South Africa, not only are you smart but you’ll be in for a treat when you do take your trip. South Africa is home to some incredibly beautiful sights and sounds.
While it may have a troubled history, South Africa today stands proud and promises those who visit an amazing destination that will have a lasting effect on your memory and your heart. Planning a trip can be hard, especially when you’ve never visited the country before.
Fortunately for you, I’m taking my extensive knowledge of this beautiful country to help you make sure you have the best time you can possibly have. Let’s take a look at the top 5.
Life in Johannesburg
Nestled in the wealthiest province in South Africa, Gauteng or Johannesburg is the largest city in terms of population. It is the capital city, which is why it has become an important political and commercial hub.
If you want the city experience, this should be the first city that you pay a visit to. The nightlife is out of this world and it is a paradise for shoppers!
An exceptionally beautiful city in the heart of the Western Cape, Cape Town is often referred to as the Mother City, and when you’ll see it you’ll know why.
Home to Table Mountain, one of the Wonders of the World, here you’ll see some incredible sights, exquisite beaches and indulge in spectacular wine in the Cape Winelands.
Wonder through the Company Gardens or sit on the second deck of a City Sightseeing bus to see beautiful old architecture, either way you’re in for a treat.
In Durban it’s all about great people and even better culture. There is no time to watch TV or play your game of online roulette NZ like you may do on other trips, so we suggest you save this for the airport, because the weather is always spectacular.
When you’re not exploring the wonderful warm beaches in the resort town of Umhlanga, you should be exploring the extraordinary restaurants. Durban is known for curries so foodies will be in heaven.
Not far from Johannesburg, Pretoria boasts a great deal of interesting history and is also South Africa’s administrative capital.
Known for a serious passion for sports, Pretoria is home to some of the country’s most spectacular monuments that truly showcase their history and culture.
While it may not be known for being one of the most beautiful cities in the world, such as Cape Town, Pretoria is a place you should truly consider visiting on a trip to South Africa.
Known to most as the Friendly City, Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape offers the beauty of a seaside metropolitan that somehow holds the small-town feel in spite of its fairly big size.
Walk along pristine beaches that boast warm waters and enjoy the fabulous hospitality locals are known for. If you’re looking for some adventure, the water sports have become a big hit due to the extensive list of lakes, beaches and rivers.