Nicknamed the Rainbow Nation for its colorful mix of cultures, South Africa is a vast and diverse country with a landscape that ranges from rugged mountain ranges to pristine beaches. Covering over 470,000 square miles, South Africa boasts a plethora of natural wonders, including Kruger National Park up north, a wildlife reserve that spans over 7,500 square miles and is home to the "Big Five:" lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, and rhinos.
West of the park is Johannesburg, a bustling metropolis with a rich history, showcased in the Apartheid Museum. In the east are the Drakensberg Mountains, which have the best hiking trails in the country. Down on the southwest tip is where you’ll find Cape Town, a popular destination and for good reason. It offers stunning views from Table Mountain and other historical landmarks such as Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years.
South Africa's cultural heritage is also evident in its architecture, art, and music. The country is known for its vibrant music scene, with genres such as jazz and kwaito originating from South Africa. The country's eclectic population has also influenced its cuisine, with dishes such as bobotie, a traditional South African meatloaf, and biltong, a type of dried meat, being popular local delicacies. Be sure to get out of your comfort zone and try something new!
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