Some of the favored places and routes:
Some people call it little eden, well known for its various different attractions, Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Garden route, Richtersveld & Namakwaland, Kruger National park, Kosi bay, Transkei with the hole in the wall, Sutherland with its observatory and home to the S.A.L.T with the biggest telescope in the southern hemisphere. Cape Town, V & A Waterfront, Sun City, Drakensberg mountains with the Amphiteathre, Vredefort dome, Baviaanskloof and , Cango caves and the famous Cape wine lands.
Moremi & Chobe National parks are mecca for game. Mokoro trips are also another way of viewing game
The Central Kalahari game reserve and the Kgalagadi Trans frontier park is also rich in game and antelope.
Tsodillo hills on the other hand is rich in artifacts or geological or archeological interest.
Kaokoveld is a semi desert region where the Desert elephants, rhino, lion and giraffe can be found along the banks of the Hoarusib & hoanib rivers.
Etosha pan is famous for it fort camps and also home to a lot of game. The Kaudom Reserve is known for its elephants and also very remote.
The Skeleton coast is known for its remote and rugged, but beautiful coastline where famous ship wrecks lie.
The Namib desert is famous for its no 1 attraction – Sossusvlei which presents awesome photographic opportunities.
Sleep in the mountain kingdom where snow frequently falls in winter time. Visit the Famous highest pub in africa and see some phenomenal construction with the Lesotho Highlands water scheme. Also visit the highest single drop waterfall in Southern Africa, the Maletsunyane Falls and drive the Sani Pass, famous for its notorious switchbacks and rugged terrain.
Better know for its cultural tours, scenic scenery and friendly people. Visit the Mantega falls, see the execution rock and experience some local culture in a village.
Thousands of tourists visit this war-torn country, especially the coastal area’s for scuba diving, snorkeling and deep sea fishing.