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From thrilling wild life photo safaris to swimming and surfing and a glittering arts and culture scene that's second to none, South Africa is an adventure waiting to be explored. There are few places in the world that can rival South Africa's sheer beauty and the range of different landscapes from beaches where penguins waddle to lush jungles to hillsides and mountain tops. South Africa includes just under 2800 miles of coast line along the southern edge of the African continent. Water sports and activities like boating, swimming and surfing are available from many locations, including world renowned surfing at Jeffery's Bay and Durban. Officially called the Republic of South Africa (RSA), the nation has been one of Africa's success stories and today boasts a burgeoning economy and thriving tourist trade, including a wide range of South Africa hotels. lets you choose the perfect South Africa hotels with reliable reviews from real customers and easy online booking.

What's South Africa Like?

There are many regions to explore in South Africa, like the KwaZulu-Natal, an area with clean beaches and sparkling waters, picturesque hillsides and mountains along with the opportunity to explore Zulu culture. South Africa is also home to a prosperous wine industry, with vineyard tours and resorts set in the hill country of the Cap Winelands region. The music and night life scene in Johannesburg, Soweto, Cape Town, Durban and other urban centers is thriving and produced many famous DJs along with legendary South African house music. 44 Stanley is a rejuvenated old industrial area of Johannesburg that nowadays offers upscale shopping and dining. Along with local dishes like seafood or a barbecue (called a "braal") in the bush, there is a busy and very authentic Indian dining scene, particularly in Durban.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in South Africa

Modern-day South Africa has a multi-ethnic population speaking many different languages including Zulu, Xhosa, Tsonga, English, Afrikaans and many others. The diverse population and rich traditions have created a thriving and vibrant arts and music scene, featuring world class theater and other performance arts, music concerts, clubs and festivals and many other opportunities to connect with South African culture - and with South Africans. At live music concerts and other events, connecting with locals is as easy as striking up a conversation - or a dance. Like many a country in the southern hemisphere, time is of relative importance and patience is always a good policy for travelers. With, choosing the perfect South Africa hotels is easy and reliable.