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Tips for your holidays in South Africa

South Africa, the land of endless possibilities. There is truly nothing you can’t do when visiting this amazing country on the African continent. South Africa has it all - a mesmerizing coastline, vibrant cities full of culture, hot deserts and exciting wildlife as well as lush green mountains. Can you imagine any better place to spend some exciting and unforgettable holidays?

Not only in terms of nature and landscape there are endless secrets to discover, but in South Africa you can also come across an astonishing variety of unique wildlife like elephants, zebras, lions and many more. Thus, a safari is definitely a must during your stay in South Africa! After the hot stay in the central part of the country, come back to the beautiful coast to enjoy some beachtime. And did you know that you can even do cage diving with sharks in South Africa? 

Popular destinations for the best watersports and boat tours in South Africa

Cape Town

Cape Town is the capital of South Africa and has earned that title for a reason. Imagine a city at the feet of an impressive mountain, surrounded by stunning bays and beaches and with a flourishing scene of art, culture and cuisine. Sounds like a dream come true? Cape Town has it all and much more! Built around the world famous Table Mountain which can be accessed with a cable car, there is not a thing you can’t do in this unique city which is a true melting pot of all different cultures. 

If you need a break from the vibrant city life and looking to escape to some more natural areas, you don’t need to look for long. Just around Cape Town there are famous spots like Lion’s head mountain or the Cape Point Natural Reserve. And for those beachlovers visiting Cape Town, there are some beautiful bays in close proximity. False Bay is one of those bays that are definitely worth a visit! And also the drive a bit further out to Gansbaai is something you will not regret, as it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa. 

Mossel Bay

Mossel Bay is one of the biggest tourism hotspots, thanks to its location and the amazing nature in the surrounding area. Mossel Bay is located along the famous Garden Route in the Western Cape. It stands out with its long stretched sandy beaches and relaxing atmosphere. Nature lovers will have a lot to explore all around the bay, and adventurers have many exciting activities to choose from during their stay in this unique area. 

One of the most sought after activities in Mossel Bay besides surfing and boat trips is shark cage diving! Yes, this is possible in Mossel Bay and thanks to the experienced operators it will always be a safe and professional experience! Can you imagine the adrenaline rush you will have when standing face to face with a shark in their natural environment? There is nothing that can compare with it, and it attracts thousands of curious animal lovers every year to come to Mossel Bay for shark cage diving!

Language and Currency in South Africa

The question about language in South Africa is not the easiest to answer. There are at least 35 different languages spoken in various regions of the county, but only 10 of the indigeneous languages are official languages, plus English. English is also set as the primary language used in government and most people living in South Africa. The remaining 10 official languages, of which Zulu is the mostly spoken one,  are of the same legal status and also widely used between locals. The South African English has a special pronunciation and vocabulary, being slightly different from American and British English and has some similarities to the Australian English. But travellers visiting the country get around easily with their standard English! 

The main currency in South Africa is the rand, which is at the moment a rather weak currency, making South Africa an affordable destination for Europeans or Americans. You can easily withdraw money at the local ATMs, pay in shops directly with your card or exchange your local currency at banks or exchange bureaus. 

Whatever you decide to do during your trip to South Africa, we promise you will love this unforgettable country that has so much to offer. Pristine beaches, exciting wildlife and boat trips are guaranteed! For any further tips or questions, feel free to contact us anytime.