The Tourism Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu , has called on all South Africans to take time and visit their local tourist attractions. “We have the most beautiful country, parks, waterfalls and many other attractions. We should support our local offerings. Our local tourism industry needs our support”, the Minister said.
South Africa is endowed with natural beauty and splendour, from Table Mountain, Castle of Good Hope, V & A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. the Winelands, Namaqua & West Coast National Parks in the Cape to the Zoological Gardens. Voortrekker Monument, National
Botanic Gardens, Union Buildings, Moreleta Kloof Nature Reserve, Kruger House Museum in Pretoria, the Jacaranda city, from Three Rondavels, Lone Creek Falls, Blyde River Canyons, Hazyview, Sabie and Graskop in Mpumalanga to the Kruger National Park, Hans Merensky
Country Club, Kambaku River Safaris in Phalaborwa, Limpopo, Gold Reef City, the Apartheid Museum, Soweto, the Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg, the City of Gold as it is popularly known, to the warm waters of the Indian Ocean in Durban, to Bloemfontein, the big hole in Kimberly and a multitude of small beautiful towns in between, it will take more than a year to travel across the length and breadth of this beautiful country.
Every year from the beginning of August to the end of October, it is officially Flower Season in South Africa. During this magical time, some of South Africa’s most beautiful protected areas are open to the public.
The Flower Season is brought to life when the seasonal winter rains create an explosion of colourful spring flowers. Travellers can enjoy the sights and smells of the Cape’s most renowned floral kingdoms and be treated to some of the most spectacular bird-viewing opportunities in the country.
Whether you are an ardent nature-lover or a born adventurer, the South African spring flower season will certainly appeal to you. Visit the Northern Cape and Cape Town during Spring.
No one can dispute that the Minister of Tourism is right. South Africans need to tour their country and enjoy all these natural beauty as those who came before us did. Above all of that, we need to preserve this beauty for current and future generations.
If you need to travel, consider visiting the beautiful town of Phalaborwa, which is the only town in South Africa sharing a fence with the Kruger National Park and where elephants roam the streets with residents.
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Our panorama route is a no go on weekends and in the week crowds of drunk disorderly people…on most of the tourist places to go…dirty and not safe..
You are absolutely right Erna. It is very sad that all the things that we used to be proud of as South Africans are falling apart. The biggest problem is the new breed of politicians and government employees. No accountability at all. Zero supervision for workers. That is our current problem in South Africa.