South Africa- The Nation of Emerging Economy
One of the unique regions of the world, South Africa is known to have three capital cities. The nation of South Africa has been named the Rainbow Nation because of having diversified multicultural backgrounds. As suggested by the name, South Africa is situated in the southern tip of Africa, sharing coastlines with two vast oceans of the world, making it one of the most exciting tourist attractions of all time.
Tugela Falls – World’s Second Highest Waterfall
Hello water lovers! South Africa holds great importance for being the home to the world’s second-highest waterfall, also known as Tugela Falls. Tugela Falls is of 3110 ft. height divided into five leaps. Royal Natal National Park in the mountains receives a part of Tugela Falls, a great tourist attraction.
A Hub to Rich Resources
South Africa is known to have the richest natural resources on the earth. The worlds' largely known diamond was first discovered in South Africa, roughly 1.3 pounds of weight. Let the curious geologist inside you go wild in the space, find a plethora of mind-blowing resources to add to your knowledge, making this tour fun yet informative.
A Land of Rare African Penguins
Along the Western Coast of South Africa, various breeds of rare penguins, also known with the name of Jackass penguins, are located in masses. The coastal region is the home to Jackass Penguins. And what could be fascinating than chilling on a beach with a beautiful colony of African Penguins?
The Climate of the Region
With having not-so-pleasant weather, South Africa is a relatively dry city. The average rainfall of South Africa is only 464 mm. Most of the time, the summers in South Africa are not too cool to be pleasurable. In Winters, the coastal region of South Africa is relatively warm and pleasant, so you can enjoy and relax.