“A World within one country”, South Africa is the perfect location for any sports team wanting to experience all that this country has to offer. With its scenic beauty, magnificent outdoors, sunny climate, cultural diversity and reputation for delivering value for money, it has become one of the world’s fastest growing leisure and travel destinations.

South Africa Lion
Cape Town Stadium
Cape Town Penguin

Places of Interest

  1. Table Mountain

    Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain that overlooks the city of Cape Town. It is a prominent tourist attraction and is visited by millions of people every year. The mountain is approximately 1,086 meters (3,563 feet) high and is made up of sandstone. Visitors can reach the top of the mountain via a cable car or by hiking one of the many trails that lead to the summit. On a clear day, visitors can see as far as Robben Island, the Cape of Good Hope, and the Cape Flats from the top of the mountain. The mountain has been named one of the New7Wonders of Nature, which is a list of natural wonders selected by a global vote.

  2. Robben Island

    Robben Island is an island located in Table Bay, about 6 kilometers west of the coast of Cape Town, South Africa. The island is famous for being a place of imprisonment for political prisoners during the apartheid era in South Africa, including the most famous inmate, Nelson Mandela. Today, Robben Island is a museum and heritage site, showcasing the history and the experiences of the prisoners who were incarcerated there. Visitors are taken on guided tours of the island, including the prison and the various historical sites. The tours are led by former political prisoners who share their stories of imprisonment and how they fought against apartheid.

  3. Cape Peninsula

    The Cape Peninsula is a rocky peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean at the southwestern tip of the African continent, in the province of Western Cape in South Africa. It is a popular tourist destination known for its scenic beauty, wildlife, and history. The peninsula stretches about 52 km from Cape Town to the Cape of Good Hope, which is the most southwestern point of the continent.

  4. Boulders Beach

    Boulders Beach is a beach located in the Cape Peninsula, near Simon’s Town, Cape Town, South Africa. The beach is known for its colony of African penguins and is a popular tourist destination. The penguins were first spotted at the beach in the early 1980s, and since then, the area has been designated as a protected area to ensure their preservation. Visitors are allowed to walk along the beach and observe the penguins from a safe distance.

  5. Cango Caves

    The Cango Caves are a series of limestone caves located near the town of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape province of South Africa. The Caves are a popular tourist attraction, drawing visitors from all over the world to marvel at their stunning natural formations and unique geological features. Some of the highlights of the tour include the stalactites and stalagmites that decorate the caves, as well as the impressive forests of flowstones and the crystal-clear underground pools that can be found throughout the complex.

  6. Zulu Cultural Village

    The Zulu Cultural Village is an outdoor museum located in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It was created to showcase the traditional lifestyle and culture of the Zulu people. The village features a collection of traditional Zulu huts, known as iziHlamvu, constructed using ancient building techniques. Visitors to the village can explore the huts, learn about traditional Zulu customs, see demonstrations of traditional dances and music, and taste traditional Zulu food.

  7. Sun City Resort

    Sun City Resort is a luxury entertainment and gaming complex located in the North West Province of South Africa. The resort is situated about two hours from Johannesburg and features four hotels, a casino, two golf courses, a water park, a large lake with various water sports, and a range of restaurants, bars, and shops. Over the years, Sun City has become one of South Africa’s most popular tourist attractions, attracting visitors from all over the world.

  8. uShaka Marine World

    uShaka Marine World is an aquarium and marine theme park located in Durban, South Africa. It is one of the largest marine parks in Africa, covering an area of 16 hectares and comprising several different attractions. The park’s main theme is based on a shipwreck theme, with a large artificial ship structure providing the centerpiece of the park. The marine world is home to a wide range of marine species, including dolphins, whales, sharks, seals, and penguins, among others. Visitors can enjoy several different attractions, including dolphin and seal shows, shark feeding, and snorkeling and scuba diving experiences.

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