I’m no expert nor geographer, but as far I have seen this coastal part of Africa sport lush mountain ranges, beautiful beaches, and one of the world’s top cricket teams. There are also tons of wild life, some which you won’t find on any other continent.
South Africa is situated at Africa’s southern tip and has roughly 2,798 km of coastline on the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It borders Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Swaziland. It’s also very interesting how Lesotho (the country) is completely surrounded by South Africa.
South Africa has diverse cultures and languages with eleven officially recognized languages in the constitution, some pretty impressive stuff. Have a look at a few photos submitted by subscribers.
Vineyard in Franschoek
Vineyard, Franschoek, South Africa. Captured with my BlackBerry Z10. Wilma
This is Hout Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
Taken with a Z10. Andrea
Coastal Town in Western Cape, Simonstown with a view of the harbour. Captured with my Z10. Wilma
Blue Peter Cape Town South-Africa. Johan
Cape Town CBD BlackBerry Z10 Snaps. Samantha
Du Toit’s Kloof Pass
Instead of going through the tunnel to get to Cape Town, the more scenic route is definitely Du Toit’s Kloof Pass. Captured with BlackBerry Z10. Wilma
Inner city streets in Cape Town. Wilma
Tokai Forest, Cape Town, South Africa. Wilma
Drakestein Lion Park
Drakestein Lion Park near Cape Town in South Africa. Picture taken with BlackBerry Z10. Ndiphiwe
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