The first thing you need to do when planning to go to South Africa on Christmas is to find a convenient flight and book it. The sooner you do this, the better. Also, don' forget to take at least a week off because you need time to get to know the safari. In addition, you spend 12 or 24 hours on the road, depending on the type of transportation you use. Despite this, we guarantee you that you will have the best time of your life and you will come back again.
There are three major categories of South Africa holidays: those in the city, those in the outdoors and finally, holidays on the beach. You can choose one of the three types or you may combine them thanks to the special travel packages created by agencies. This way, you will get to see more during your stay abroad and you will spend a lot less.
Whatever you do, just make sure you visit National Kruger Park, Cape Town and Garden Route because these are the most important trademarks of the continent. The image of South Africa is generally related to the safari, but you will be amazed to see that this continent is a perfect combination of divine landscapes, modern cities and untamed nature. For the best landscapes, explore the Drakensberg Panorama Route and watch the sunset on top of the Blyde River Canyon.
The Kruger National Park is the biggest animal reservation in Africa and it is worth visiting due to its large variety of animals and plants. You may even rent lodges in the national park in order to better study the behavior of the Big Five: the Lion, the Elephant, the Buffalo, the Leopard and the Rhino.
Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa. This city is very modern and is full of attractions for people who like to go shopping and have fun in the local bars and clubs. You can view the beautiful seaside and mountain panoramas if you climb Table Mountain in a cable car.
Don't wait too long for you might miss the wonderful offers that travel agencies have prepared for you. Contact the best travel agencies and begin the New Year in the serene and peaceful South Africa.
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