If you love wildlife we offer you visit the National Park for elephants "Addo" and substitute "Waterberg", which is under the auspices of UNESCO.
These parks and reserves are among the best in Africa and offer a unique opportunity to see many rare and endangered species.
Population barely sixteen protect elephants and more than 550 other animals - like lions, buffalo, black rhino, leopard, spotted hyena, zebra and various antelopes.
The history of South Africa is very ancient and very modern at the same time, which adds a charming change whenever our next visit. Ranging from ancient Bushmen who inhabited this land and left a very vivid evidence such as rock paintings and beliefs about their livelihood, and till today the fight against apartheid.
South Africa has nine provinces and each has its own traditions, influences ranging from the King Shaka Zulu to the museum of Nelson Mandela on Robben Island. In the Western Cape has preserved the greatest rock outdoor gallery "Bushmans Kloof" dating back 10 000 years.
Members are 130 sites with pictures of animals and birds and figures of men. The ancients used red ocher and black on white sandstone.
Visit the traditional village "Dumazulu" in spirit and Zululend "Ubuntu", which locals called the spirit of unity.
Zulu tribe have quite complex social organization that is based on the basis of Umuzi. For example, straw houses built in a circle and the village expanded, with the earliest shacks are the inside.
Nation itself is established in the 19th century by the legendary King Shaka, which unites young people in a large and powerful country. Dumazulu or the roar of the local Zulu language is the largest village of the Zulu.Here visitors can learn about traditional customs, social etiquette, consider a collection of spears and shields and enjoy Zulu cuisine. Johannesburg is the heart of the country's struggle against apartheid and Soweto is the largest township in South Africa.
Visit the only street in the world where they lived two Nobel Prize winners - Vilakazi Street.