The best holiday destination for 2012
Relaxing on the sand with the sun beaming down on your face and the sound of crashing waves in your ears has to be one of the most relaxing experiences that money can buy, making beach holidays difficult to beat. Regardless of whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday with a loved one, enjoying an action packed vacation with friends or an adrenaline packed water sports adventure with your family, there is an ideal holiday destination just waiting for you to discover.
An Africa holiday is the holiday of a life time; it’s such a vast and beautiful country which has an eclectic mix of people and cultures, stunning wildlife and engaging history. One of the most popular destinations in Africa for a vacation is South Africa which is so vastly diverse; it is known to be a country in one nation, because it has so much to offer its visitors.
Whether you are seeking to enjoy the wildlife or indeed the high life, you will discover that South Africa has an incredible range of cuisine and some of the continents finest wines and a huge diversity of wildlife which you can see on safari.
The opportunities for adventure are endless and varied on an Africa holiday in South Africa, whether you’re trying to spot the big five (lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo) on safari in the Kruger National Park, or swimming with sharks and whales on the world famous Garden Route, the wildlife is incredible in South Africa. From the Drakensberg Mountains to the beaches on the Cape, South Africa’s scenery is truly remarkable. If adventure is not something that you’re seeking from your holiday then perhaps a bit of retail therapy is? If you like to shop, you can explore the cosmopolitan malls and side streets of Cape Town. Whilst enjoying a busy day’s shopping why not experience some of the world’s finest sea food located at Cape Town’s waterfront restaurants, or why not savour one of South Africa’s traditional curry’s in Durban and then sample some of the world’s finest wines in the Cape Vineyard.
If cultural and historical holiday is more to your liking then there are plenty of opportunities for you to indulge in just that. Visit Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was once held prisoner, or you could admire ancient cave paintings located in the KwaZulu Natal.
The only problem with booking a holiday to Africa is fitting everything in, there is so much to see and even more to do. Because South Africa is situated in an excellent location you could easily combine your African holiday with a beach holiday to the Maldives or experience a different safari park in Kenya.
No matter what you decide to do on your African holiday you most definitely have the holiday of a lifetime in 2012, in fact 2012 could be your best year yet if you’re planning on going on holiday to Africa. The opportunities for adventure and discovery are endless, so why not indulge in a holiday that will reward all your senses.