The Fifa Football World Cup that was held in 2010 in South Africa showed them once again an excellent host for conducting international sport events and managing them successfully. People are drawn towards its hospitality, its mesmerizing culture and its age old customs. If you are planning to discover the wonders of this wonderful country here are some guidelines for your journey to South Africa.
The most appropriate time to go for Safari is from June to September. Kruger National Park is famous for various tiny creatures like genets, civets, and many such unknown organisms. KwaZulu-Natal region is admired for surfing, diving with sharks, whales, crocodiles and turtles. Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve is recognized for white rhinos, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is much like a desert but full of wild life, Addo Elephant National Park is renowned for meerkats.
From November to March, you can go to the Legislative capital of South Africa, Cape Town. It is area wise the largest city, well known for its harbours, beaches, natural beauty and spots like Table Mountain and Cape Point.
For rafting, December to February period is the best. The Tugela River offers clean water for rafting. The various packages are from half-day to four days with single man kayaks, crocs with 2 man and 8 man rafts. SARA has trained guides to maintain safety of tourists.
The spring day in South Africa is celebrated on 1st of September with its national flower the Strelitzia. Other like Calla Lily, Corn Flower, Zinnia, Dahlia, Hollyhock, Hyacinth, Orchid, Stock, Strelitzia, Sweet Pea, Tulip, and Wax Flower are also seen from August to September.