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From the Cape to Kruger: 12 Jaw-Dropping South African Landscapes You Must See

Embark on a breathtaking journey and discover the natural beauty and awe-inspiring vistas that make South Africa a must-visit destination.

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South Africa has an incredible ability to leave anyone’s jaw-dropping with its natural beauty and incredible formations. Getting to know the country is a unique experience, but you can end up getting lost amid so many possibilities.

South Africa is a country that offers an incredibly diverse range of landscapes, from pristine beaches to rugged mountains, arid deserts to lush forests. It’s no wonder that the country has become a popular destination for travelers seeking out breathtaking natural beauty.

With incredible natural beauty and a diverse range of landscapes that are sure to leave visitors in awe, we’ll take a look at 12 jaw-dropping South African landscapes that you absolutely must see for yourself.

From towering mountains to golden beaches, lush forests to arid deserts, there is something for everyone to explore and admire. So sit back, relax, and prepare to be amazed as we take you on a tour of some of the most jaw-dropping landscapes that South Africa has to offer.

Table Mountain 

This iconic landmark in Cape Town is a must-see for any visitor to South Africa. Take a cable car to the top for stunning views of the city and the ocean beyond.

Table Mountain is a popular destination for hikers, with several routes available to reach the top. The views from the summit are breathtaking, with panoramic vistas of Cape Town, the Atlantic Ocean, and the surrounding mountains. 

Blyde River Canyon 

This stunning canyon in Mpumalanga is one of the largest in the world, and is home to an array of wildlife and plant species. Take a scenic drive or hike to take in the breathtaking views.

Kruger National Park 

South Africa’s premier safari destination, Kruger National Park is home to the Big Five and countless other species of wildlife. Go on a guided safari to see elephants, lions, and more in their natural habitat.

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Cape Winelands 

Just outside of Cape Town, the Cape Winelands are a picturesque region of rolling hills and vineyards. Sample some of South Africa’s best wines and take in the stunning scenery.

Drakensberg Mountains 

These stunning mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are home to breathtaking hiking trails, rock formations, and waterfalls.

The Drakensberg Mountains are a hiker’s paradise, with numerous trails to explore that range in difficulty from easy to challenging. The trails take you through breathtaking valleys, cascading waterfalls, and along towering cliffs. 

Garden Route 

This scenic drive along the southern coast of South Africa is a must-do for any road trip enthusiast. Take in the ocean views, stop at charming towns, and explore the lush forests and stunning beaches.

Augrabies Falls 

Augrabies Falls is a majestic waterfall located in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. It is situated in the Augrabies Falls National Park and is considered one of the country’s most impressive natural wonders. The waterfall is formed by the Orange River as it plummets 56 meters into a narrow gorge, creating a stunning display of water and mist.

Golden Gate Highlands National Park 

This park in the Free State is home to stunning sandstone formations and hiking trails with incredible views of the surrounding mountains.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park 

This UNESCO World Heritage Site on South Africa’s east coast is a diverse ecosystem of wetlands, beaches, and forests. Take a boat tour to spot crocodiles, hippos, and more.

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park 

This park on the border of South Africa and Botswana is home to breathtaking desert landscapes and a variety of wildlife, including the majestic Kalahari lion.

The majestic realistic Kalahari lion. Image: Pixabay.

Cango Caves 

These underground caves in the Western Cape are a must-see for anyone interested in geology. Take a guided tour to explore the incredible rock formations.

Wild Coast 

This rugged coastline in the Eastern Cape is a must-see for anyone looking for a truly off-the-beaten-path adventure. Explore secluded beaches, hike through lush forests, and take in the stunning views.

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