10 Amazing Photos Of South Africa Incase You Need Any More Reason To Visit

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Table Mountain, Cape Town

Table Mountain, Cape Town © Warren Rohner / Flickr

Table Mountain, Cape Town © Warren Rohner / Flickr

The iconic flat-topped Table Mountain provides a magnificent backdrop to the city below.

 

Boulders Beach, Cape Town

Boulders Beach, Cape Town © 一元 马 / Flickr

Boulders Beach, Cape Town © 一元 马 / Flickr

Cute African penguins bask in the sunshine on Boulders Beach.

 

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Namaqualand National Park, Northern Cape

Namaqualand National Park, Northern Cape © Malcolm Manners / Flickr

Namaqualand National Park, Northern Cape © Malcolm Manners / Flickr

Carpets of wildflowers as far as the eye can see…

 

Tsitsikamma Forest, Western Cape

Tsitsikamma Forest, Western Cape © Peter Chovanec / Flickr

Tsitsikamma Forest, Western Cape © Peter Chovanec / Flickr

This enchanting Afromontane forest on the Garden Route is a sight to behold.

 

Cango Caves, Western Cape

Cango Caves, Western Cape © Leo za1 / WikiCommons

Cango Caves, Western Cape © Leo za1 / WikiCommons

The 20 million year old Cango cave system consists of a series of hidden chambers cut deep into a limestone rock layer.

 

Hole in the Wall, Coffee Bay, Eastern Cape

Hole in the Wall, Coffee Bay, Eastern Cape © Vincent van Oosten / WikiCommons

Hole in the Wall, Coffee Bay © Vincent van Oosten / WikiCommons

According to Xhosa folklore, this rocky archway is a gateway to the afterlife…

 

The Great Karoo, Northern Cape

Karoo, Northern Cape © South African Tourism / Flickr

Karoo, Northern Cape © South African Tourism / Flickr

Although a semi-desert area, an abundance of underground water makes sheep farming possible.

 

A herd of Springbok, Northern Cape

A herd of Springbok © South African Tourism / Flickr

A herd of Springbok © South African Tourism / Flickr

The Springbok is the national animal of South Africa.

 

Quiver Tree Forest, Northern Cape

Quiver Tree Forest, Northern Cape © Martin Heigan / Flickr

Quiver Tree Forest, Northern Cape © Martin Heigan / Flickr

These unusual looking trees are part of the Aloe family and live for up to 400 years.

 

Richtersveld, Northern Cape

The ǀAi-ǀAis/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park © South African Tourism / Flickr

The ǀAi-ǀAis/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park © South African Tourism / Flickr

Seemingly devoid of life, this dry mountainous region is regarded as the only Arid Biodiversity Hotspot on the planet, with an astonishing variety of plant, bird and animal life.

 

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