2022 is creeping closer and that means you have probably begun thinking about your New Year’s resolutions. We recommend including a travel bucket list as part of those resolutions and believe that these South African attractions deserve a spot on that list:

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

 
This UNESCO site should be almost top of your bucket list. This is also one of the top spots to catch the migrating whales each year.
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Johannesburg Tours


This trendy buzzing city should definitively be on your bucket list. You’ll find world class art galleries like the ABSA Art Gallery, prolific street art found throughout the lively and hip urban centres. Why not add a Soweto tour to your Jozie visit?
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God’s Window


So called for the panoramic views of the cliffs and indigenous forest and ravine. This is one of those “you have to see it to believe it” scenarios.
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Addo Elephant Park


True to its name, the Addo Elephant park hosts over 500 elephants and is one of the most densely populated regions of African elephants on the planet
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Sani Pass


Nick-named the mother of all South African passes, this iconic gravel pass will challenge any driver – so hear our warning… But the dramatic scenery and beautiful surroundings will make this mountain pass between KZN and Lesotho an unforgettable experience.
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Kimberley’s Big Hole


You might remember this one from when you were a kid, but this should still be on your list. This abandoned diamond mine, one of the largest hand-dug excavation sites in the world, is the site of the first diamond reserves discovered in South Africa
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Cape Whale Route


This route, beginning in Cape Town and weaving through the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, offers guests some of the best land-based whale watching spots in the country (and maybe even the world)
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Tsitsikamma National Park


The Tsitsikamma National Park forms part of the Garden Route National Park. The park offers visitors a dramatic diversity of scenery from beautiful coastal spots with breathtaking reefs to lush forest with lively rivers crossing through
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Adam’s Calendar


Known as the African Stonehenge, this series of stones found on a plateau just above Kaapsche Hoop is believed to be the oldest man-made structure on earth – outdating Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Giza.
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Golden Gate National Park


This incredible scene is located in between the hills of the Maluti Mountain Range. Spend a weekend in the magnificent Maluti Mountains on a hiking or horse trail, explore some of the caves or visit the Basotho Cultural Village.
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