What ultimately makes South Africa so desirable for so many is its diverse scenery, from its subtropical coastline to its semi-desert heart. Experience a national park, such as Kruger National Park. Join a safari and spot exotic wildlife. Spend some nights falling asleep to the sounds of the continent’s animal kingdom. Not the least, get to know tribal land, life, and people. No less fascinating is exploring the urban highlight that is Cape Town; arguably, Africa’s most European of cities. From there, there are several daytrips worth making, including to the nearby Constantia vineyards. This is where the country’s world-renowned wines are produced. South Africa is a destination that both allows and even dares you to be in touch with the planet’s greatest treasures.
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Charlie, please don’t be shy about continually writing these itineraries to update the information in them. What you do is a service to all mankind. You are an incredibly perceptive person with a heart of gold. I can tell that with every page I read. You helped me discover a side of South Africa I didn’t know existed, with reopened eyes and an objective state-of-mind. Can’t thank you enough, Charlie, but I’ll still try.
I have been planning a trip to South Africa for quite some time. If this itinerary is as good as yours for Japan, we are golden. Reading through it, I can already tell that it is. You never disappoint me so I’m not afraid to say all this before ever even going. You even have a spot on the itineraries for crime rate and customs. I can’t lose. You’re my favorite travel writer, Charlie – hands down.