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Places to visit in South Africa
Sun City is a famous South Africa's resort.
Sun City Resort is located on the North West region and it is surrounded by mountains and the wild majesty of the African nature.
The resort offers its guests 4 luxury hotels and a lot of entertainment including the magnificent Palace of the Lost City, the brilliant of Sun City. All the hotels offer a unique holiday experience for romance and family fun.
The Palace of the Lost City is a fantasy coming from a North African legend. This legend says that a tribe from an ancient civilization of Africa brought their proud traditions of architecture, hospitality and love of nature to an ancient volcanic crater, the Valley of the Sun in South Africa. Here they built a palace that was destroyed by an earthquake. Today the Palace was rebuilt and it is the most luxurious and unusual hotel.
Valley of Waves is the most advanced water park in Sun City and South Africa.
Sun City is the world's unique resort and it is Africa's Kingdom of Pleasure.
Pilanesberg National Park
Pilanesberg National Park borders on the complex of Sun City. It was opened in 1979 and occupies 55.000 hectares. The park lies on the area of a 1200 million years old volcano crater with a small lake in the centre. The park has a great variety of animals and a rich flora.
Durban is a big city located on the long surf beach. It is a major port of South Africa but it is also a very popular destination among the tourists.
A lot of hotels that line the city's beachfront are known as Durban's Golden Mile.
It is one of the main tourist attractions in the area and provides many locations for sun fans to lounge, play and enjoy the restaurants.
Blue Lagoon - a popular hangout, picnic and fishing spot.
Mini Town -with a miniature replica of Durban.
The Snake Park with a lot of reptiles and snakes.
Traditional market -offers a selection of Zulu art and crafts.
Suncoast - a casino complex with a private beach and Shaka Marine World aquarium
North Beach, Dairy Beach, the Bay of Plenty and Snake Park beaches - popular surfing beaches that are separated by the piers.
The Skate Park in front of the Bay of Plenty.
It is sometimes called Jo-burg, but Nguni people call it e'Goli or 'City of gold'. Today Johannesburg is the center of South Africa's industrial and commercial life. Beautiful climate and economic strength make the city ideal destination both for leisure and business travellers.
Johannesburg offers excellent hotels, fine restaurants and plenty of culture and nightlife. Kruger National Park, one of the best worldlife parks in the world, was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South Africa. Occupying nearly 2 million hectares, the park is also a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies.
Cape Town is considered to be one of the most popular destinations in the world.
Here you have a lot of things to do: everybody will find something to satisfy his taste and wish. There are a lot of wonderful beaches, bars, restaurants, and finest clubs that will make your nightlife full of energy.
Garden Route, a small city on south east coast, is the second popular tourist city after Cape Town. Forests, lakes, wetlands, hidden coves and long beaches can be found here. This region has the largest patches of indigenous forest in the country: giant yellowwood trees and wildflowers. The Garden Route is perfect place for water sports and outdoor activities.
Cape Winelands - a region of mountains and fertile valleys with vines stretching across the fields. Cape Winelands is a nice mix of small historical towns, wonderful nature and wine fields, where the wines of best quality are produced.
Don't doubt, visit South Africa and enjoy this beautiful and unique country.
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