Holidaymakers from across the globe will be descending on South Africa for the World Cup, however, for non-football fans there is lots to see and do.
Ian Dickinson said in a post on Boots n All that there is a plethora of activities for adventure travellers to enjoy, including taking a tour through one of the many townships located in the major cities.
"Townships in South
Africa have given rise to wonderful local art forms including an array of musical theatre productions and a particular form of upbeat jazz endemic to South African informal settlements," he stated.
Adventure travellers should also take the time to enjoy a safari experience in the country, with Mr Dickinson adding that there is a wonderful variety of animals to see, from big cats to elephants and rhinos.
Suite101 contributor Karin Panaino Peteren recently suggested that visitors to South
Africa have a look at the Vredefort dome, which is the largest meteorite impact site on the planet.
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