Photo tour of the savannas and mountains of South Africa
Here is a stunning nature and extraordinary ethnocultural diversity. Some state languages in South Africa are 11, according to this indicator, only India and Bolivia surpassed the republic. The nature of South Africa is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. There are 20 national parks, where you can go on safari and see animals of the African savanna in natural conditions.
Sunset in the mountains
Safari in the Kruger National Park. African elephants
Beach on the background of the mountain Dining at sunrise
Residential neighborhoods of Johannesburg. © Natalie Reinch
The Blyde River Canyon (the third largest in the world) and the Three Sisters cliffs in Mpumalanga
Ndebele women sell handmade dolls at a fair in the ethnographic complex
Golden Gate Highlands National Park, South Africa. Its name - “Golden Gate” - was due to the tops of the rocks, which glow in gold at sunset, as soon as the rays of the setting sun touch them.
Addo Elephant National Park.On a safari, visitors can see swimming elephants, and zebras drinking water, and lions lying in ambush.
Little African Penguins at Boulder Beach near Cape Town
Woman with a child in Soweto municipality. Soweto - a huge city, built up shacks in which the poor live. In times of apartheid - a place for the forced residence of the African population
Augrabis Falls Falls in the 200-meter Gorge of the Orange River
Zulus Show, Cape Town. © meunierd
Bushmen rock painting depicting humans and antelopes, Drakensberg Mountains
Aerial view of the broken coastline near the town of Gansbaai
Zuluska in traditional handmade costume weaves a straw mat. Ethnographic complex Lesedi. © InnaFelker
The Blukrans Bridge on the Garden Route (Garden Route) is a 300-kilometer stretch of the south-west coast of South Africa, a favorite place for base jumpers.
Portrait of an african girl
View of the Twelve Apostles mountain range, Cape Town
The prison on Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela, the first democratic president of South Africa, was once imprisoned, is now a museum and cultural heritage site. © Attila Jandi
Colorful African masks on the market in Cape Town
Stellenbosch wine region near Cape Town
Duiker Island is a home for fur seals.