Telegraph Travel gives 25 reasons to visit South Africa now

Reasons to visit South Africa

The traveling authorities at The Telegraph Travel have compiled a list of 25 reasons to visit South Africa right now.

In the article, journalist Oliver Smith explains with the current exchange rates it has never been better to visit South Africa – but ultimately, that there’s more to the country than good value.

The insightful list looks at some of the top spots we have come to love and that you can find on our site – including Cape Town, the Big 5, whale watching, luxury train trips and the winelands, to mention a few.

The list also makes a very good point about the weather in South Africa, it's fantastic right now!

Check out the full comprehensive list on The Telegraph. And if you feel a little inspired, have a gander at our Cape to Kruger offer.

The news follows hot on the heels of our Unusual Reasons To Stay Longer In South Africa feature.

 

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