20 PLACES TO VISIT IN SOUTH AFRICA AS A TOURIST
© 2017 by Oluwaseun L Durojaye
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Contents Dedication Acknowledge
Overview of South Africa Durban Beaches
Cape of good hope Kruger National Park
Table Mountain National Park Victoria and Alfred Waterfront Sun City Resort
Amphitheatre, Drakensberg Two Oceans Aquarium Union Buildings Hartbeespoort Dam
Birds of Eden Constitution Hill
Valley of Desolation (Graaff-Reinet) The Gold Reef City
Hluhluwe Game Reserve The Panorama Route
The Montecasino Bird Gardens Cradle of Humankind
The Blyde River Nature Reserve Conclusion
This photo book is dedicated to my husband Tomiwo O Durojaye, who is ever loving and an example of a good partner
I will like to my daddy, PKV Lijoka, who is always the source of my inspiration. Thank you dad.
Thank you to family and friends for making this photo book a success.
South Africa is situated at the southern end of Africa. It is edged by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland and Lesotho (which is entirely encircled by South Africa). It is a big nation with widely varying landscapes and has eleven authorized speech communication, as well as an evenly various people. South Africa is known for its wines and is one of the global largest producers of gold. South Africa has the beardown economic system in Africa, and is an important player in African politics. In 2010, South Africa hosted the first Football World Cup to be held on the African continent.
President: Jacob Zuma (2009)
Total area: 471,008 sq mi (1,219,912 sq km)
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