Explore South Africa
The country in Africa where the official language is English and the currency South African rand (ZAR), this is South Africa. Unlike the rest of the countries in the world, South Africa has several capitals. These capitals are Pretoria (executive), Cape Town (legislative) and Bloemfontein (judicial).
There are other attractive cities like Johannesburg, Durban, Soweto, Port Elizabeth, Pietermaritzburg and many others where you can travel during your visit to South Africa.
While visiting South Africa go ahead and try some of the best local food like Biltong & droewors, Boerewors, Cape Malay curry, Malva pudding, Chakalaka & pap.
There are more than 2 major airports in South Africa. You can find cheap flights via the following airports: OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), Cape Town International Airport (CPT), King Shaka International Airport (DUR), George Airport (GRJ), Lanseria Airport (HLA), Port Elizabeth Airport (PLZ), Bram Fischer International Airport (BFN), Ben Schoeman Airport (ELS), Hoedspruit Air Force Base Airport (HDS), Kimberley Airport (KIM), Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (MQP), Margate Airport (MGH), Hendrik Van Eck Airport (PHW), Pietermaritzburg Airport (PZB), Polokwane International Airport (PTG), Richards Bay Airport (RCB), Pierre Van Ryneveld Airport (UTN), K. D. Matanzima Airport (UTT).
South Africa doesn’t use Euro or US dollar, exchanging cash before traveling is always recommended. Although credit and debit cards are also universally accepted throughout the country, we highly advise you to carry a small amount of cash and coins with you.
With a population of roughly 60.14 million, South Africa is one of the top 100 most populated countries in the world.
The official language of South Africa is English. However, travelers will also commonly hear Swazi as they are the languages of the largest international communities within South Africa.
South Africa shares borders with Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Eswatini, and Lesotho.
South Africa has a temperate climate. Summers are usually dry and hot, while winters are mild. If you are going to South Africa in the summer, remember to take sun protection cream, hat and sunglasses. Also, before visiting South Africa, we recommend you to learn about local traditions so you can pack appropriate clothes.