Nature Discovery in South Africa

Hear the roar of a tiger or the song of a whale on an unforgettable nature discovery trip in South Africa.

South Africa is a unique place for nature discovery adventures. Whether you wish to head to the stunning Atlantic/Indian ocean coastline, or inland to catch sight of lions, zebras and more, South Africa’s wilderness will leave you in absolute awe. Find a certified guide on Explore-Share.com and start planning an unforgettable nature discover trip in South Africa.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Nature Discovery in South Africa

South Africa boasts a truly stunning coastline that is part Atlantic, part Indian ocean, and it is a unique place to experience a rich and vibrant marine life. Go whale watching, catch sight of penguins and discover South Africa's beautiful shore.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+27

Best time to visit

Year-round

Currency

South African rand (ZAR)

Language

Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English and several others

How to get there

Cape Town International Airport (CPT), the King Shaka International Airport (DUR), in Durban, or the O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB), in Johannesburg are the most common international airports in South Africa

Weather

The climate in South Africa varies depending on the region. The central plateau has hot summers and cold winters, while the coast has a distinctly Mediterranean climate and is mild throughout the year. Most of the country experiences rainfall in the summer

More info about Nature Discovery in South Africa:

South Africa is a top location for nature discovery due to its varied terrains and vibrant wildlife. The coast is a great place to go whale-watching or to run into a colony of penguins. In the mainland, you will find natural reserves where over 200 species live including lions, zebras, hippos, elephants and more. Furthermore, you can find unique rock formations in South Africa, as well as waterfalls, deserts, mountains and more. In terms of vegetation, it varies according to the climatic zones: humid, tropical, savanna, desert, and steppe. In general, the west, which is drier, boasts grasses, shrubs, and trees. The east, on the other hand, has more tropical vegetation

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