Best things to do and places to visit in South Africa

17 Best Places to Visit in South Africa (+Map & Tips)

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If you are reading this because you searched for the best places to visit in South Africa, then it probably means that you already know that South Africa is one of the most remarkable countries in the world and that you are considering a trip there. Go for it! South Africa is one of the most beautiful destinations you’ll ever visit!

South Africa is so special and unique that it’s often called The World in One Country. And so it is! S-A is like a perfect mix of the very best of the entire world in one place. At the same time, it’s like no other place on Earth…

In this article, you can find a list of the very best places to see in South Africa. 17 incredible destinations in South Africa that are worth a trip from the other side of the world. Find out!

Disclosure: This article is sponsored by South African Tourism. It’s not a secret that South Africa is our absolute favorite country in the world, so we are really excited to be working with them to inspire you to discover this incredible country. All opinions and enthusiasm about South Africa are, of course, our own.

We fell in love with South Africa the first time we visited it 12 years ago and I’m sure you’ll feel the same way too. It’s a place that captures your heart forever.

Main tourist attractions and best things to do in South Africa
Camps Bay and Twelve Apostles Mountain Range near Cape Town

Below you can find the list of the most amazing places you should visit in South Africa.

This is in no way a complete list, but it should give you a good idea of what to expect and where to go when visiting for the first time. It’s the list of the very best things to do and places to see in South Africa.

I ranked this list by putting my own favorites on top. So if you are limited in time, I suggest that you start with the top of the list and work your way down. At the bottom of this article, you can also find the map indicating all the main tourist attractions in South Africa mentioned in this post. Find out!

Most beautiful places in South Africa - ultimate list

TIP: If you are not sure how to plan your trip, please check our South Africa 2 week itinerary that covers most of the must-see places in South Africa. Please note that it’s a very complete itinerary, but it doesn’t leave much extra time to explore deeper. If you want to visit every place from this list, you’ll need at least 3 weeks and it will be rushed. If you want to see all the best places in South Africa mentioned in this article AND have some time to explore somewhat deeper, you’ll probably need at least a month…

These are the best places to visit in South Africa:

1. Cape Town

If there is one place you absolutely have to see in South Africa, it’s Cape Town. It was the oldest European establishment in South Africa (1652) and is therefore often referred to as the Mother City.

It’s difficult to describe in just a few words what Cape Town is all about. You really have to experience it in order to be able to appreciate the mingle of African and European cultures, a mix of tradition and modern, and the unique blend of city life and nature… If South Africa is the world in one country, then Cape Town is the world in one city. Absolutely not to be missed when visiting South Africa!

Here are some of the main places you have to see in Cape Town: Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Table Mountain, Signal Hill & Lion’s Head, Robben IslandBo-Kaap area, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Two Oceans Aquarium, and also the city center with its local markets, shops, restaurants, and museums.

TIP: If the gondola to the top of Table Mountain is open, go there first. It often gets closed due to high winds, so don’t leave it for the last day.

Cape Town is a must in any South African trip itinerary
Cape Town is an absolute must-see in South Africa

2. Cape Peninsula

Together with Cape Town, Cape Peninsula is one of the most impressive regions of South Africa. This is one of those places that you really don’t want to miss!

The absolute highlights of the Cape Peninsula include Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point and the stunning 12 Apostles coastline from Camps Bay to Hout Bay and further south along the Chapman’s Peak Drive.

Not to be missed is Simon’s Town with Boulder’s Beach penguin colony (yes, you can see wild penguins in South Africa!) and also an ocean walkway from Muizenberg to Kalk Bay via St. James beach is really nice. Groot Constantia wine region in Cape Peninsula has spectacular scenery and some of the best wines in South Africa.

Also, in Hout Bay you can take a boat to see a seal colony – it’s called Duiker Island, but most people just refer to it as Hout Bay Seal Island. This is a very popular tourist attraction, so you may want to book in advance. For a more unique experience, you can even go snorkeling with the seals.

TIP: One day is hardly enough to see the highlights of Cape Peninsula. So if you can, try to spend at least a few days in this area. I recommend at least a week for Cape Town and Cape Peninsula, with 3-4 days being an absolute minimum.

Cape Peninsula is a wonderful place that you really have to visit in South Africa
Cape Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places in the world

3. The Garden Route

Another absolutely amazing region, the Garden Route is one of those places you really have to see in South Africa as well. This +-200km stretch between Mossel Bay and Stormsrivier is one of the most scenic routes in the world, but you have to take the time in order to truly appreciate it.

You could drive the Garden Route in just half a day, but you won’t see much just by sitting in the car. So ideally you take at least a couple of days to explore this area. Some of the nicest places along the Garden Route are Storms River and Tsitsikamma National Park, Robberg Nature Reserve, Plettenberg Bay, the whole area around Knysna (don’t miss the Heads and the Featherbed Private Nature Reserve!), Wilderness, and the beautiful coastline along the entire route.

Oudtshoorn, famous for its ostrich farms and Cango Caves, is a bit out of the way from the rest, but it’s also considered as part of the Garden Route. Well worth a visit.

TIP: If you are traveling with kids or if you just love wildlife, don’t miss Monkeyland and Birds of Eden (both just next to each other). Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve is a great place for a family-friendly safari along the Garden Route and Knysna Elephant Park is one of the best ethical places to interact with elephants in South Africa. 

Tsitsikamma National Park along the Garden Route - beautiful region to visit in South Africa
Tsitsikamma National Park along the Garden Route

4. Kruger National Park

Without any doubt, Kruger National Park is one of the best-known places to visit in South Africa. If you want the best wildlife safari experience in South Africa, then Kruger NP is definitely the place to be.

Kruger is the oldest and also the biggest National Park in South Africa. To give you an idea, with 2,000,000 hectares (20,000 km2), it’s about the size of Israel or the state of New Jersey. In other words, Kruger NP is huge! Ideally, you plan to spend at least 2-3 days in Kruger NP and make several game drives.

Hundreds of animal species call Kruger home and it’s also the best place to see the Big 5 in South Africa. The Big 5 refers to five most difficult African animals to hunt on foot: lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and Cape buffalo. Hunting is really not cool anymore, but this term is widely used as a sort of ‘5 must-see African animals’ list.

There are 101 ways to explore Kruger National Park. You can opt for one of the many luxury lodges and private safari rides, organized day tours, or you can drive and explore Kruger NP with your own car. No matter which way you choose to explore Kruger National Park, it’s a place that you really must see in South Africa!

If you have never been on safari before, please check our ultimate guide to safari in Africa.

TIP: Combine a visit to Kruger National Park with the nearby Panorama Route and Blyde River Canyon (see below).

Visiting Kruger National Park is one of the best things to do in South Africa
Leopard in Kruger NP

5. Blyde River Canyon & Panorama Route

Blyde River Canyon is one of the most beautiful natural landmarks of South Africa. It’s also one of the largest canyons in the world.  Due to its proximity to several main entrances of Kruger National Park, Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve and the whole Panorama Route make a very popular day trip in the area.

Together with Kruger NP, Blyde River Canyon is one of the most popular tourist attractions in northern South Africa.

Start your day with breakfast at the famous Harrie’s Pancakes in Graskop. Then head north to the Pinnacle, God’s Window, and Wonder View. Further highlights of the Panorama Route include Lisbon Falls and Berlin Falls, also Bourke’s Luck Potholes, and Lowveld viewpoint. But the most impressive of them all is the Three Rondavels viewpoint. The scenery here is simply spectacular!

Three Rondavels was one of the first places we visited just after arrival in South Africa and that image stayed with us forever. It was here that we fell in love with this amazingly diverse country and realized that it has so much more to offer than we ever imagined… Don’t miss if you are visiting Kruger NP and have a day to spare!

If you have more time, you can also consider a visit to the Echo Caves or a small museum-town called Pilgrim’s Rest.

Blyde River Canyon and Panorama Route - one of the best places to see in South Africa
Blyde River Canyon along the Panorama Route

6. Hermanus

Hermanus is my husband’s favorite place in South Africa, one we always wish we had stayed longer at…

The town itself isn’t that special, but its coastline is second to none! Grab a picnic and explore the beautiful coastal walking path. The bay near Hermanus is known as the best place to see whales and dolphins in South Africa and it definitely lives up to its reputation!

You can take a whale watching boat tour and get really close to these majestic animals, but you can usually also see them from ashore. Both experiences are very different and each special in their own way. I really recommend both – taking the boat tour and also walking the coastal route in Hermanus and watching whales and dolphins from the shore.

Please note that the whales are not always around. The best time to see whales in Hermanus is between June and December, but some years they arrive earlier or leave later, so you just never know. 

We have been on many whale-watching tours all over the world, but nowhere did we see so many whales from so close by as in Hermanus. There were tens of whales just meters away from our boat… We also saw hundreds of dolphins while walking along the coast. It sure is one of the best places to go whale – and dolphin-watching in the world.

TIP: Nearby Gansbaai is also a beautiful place with a stunning coastline and a good chance to see the whales. It’s not as well known and therefore much less visited than Hermanus, but it’s a perfect place to visit for those who have more time in the area and looking to discover some off-beat hidden gems.

Hermanus is one of the top places to see in South Africa
Hermanus coastline – can you spot the dolphins?

7. South Africa Wine Region: Stellenbosch and Franschhoek

South Africa has become world-famous for its wines and the best region to see the wineries and taste some wines is a beautiful area between Stellenbosch, Paarl, and Franschhoek. It’s just a short drive from Cape Town and is therefore really easy to visit, even if you only have limited time in South Africa.

Stellenbosch and Paarl are bigger towns and I’m not sure if they are worth a visit, but the nearby wineries and the surrounding scenery is a must. We loved the quaint little Franschhoek town with its white buildings, hilly landscapes, and a very cozy atmosphere. Such a beautiful region – a place you have to see in South Africa!

TIP: Don’t drink and drive! If you are staying in Cape Town, you can visit the wine region with an organized day tour. Here is one of the best-rated and most complete wine region tours from Cape Town that I was able to find. 

Franschhoek - Stellenbosch wineries region in South Africa
Franschhoek – Stellenbosch wine region

8. Cape Agulhas – Southernmost Tip Of Africa

Cape Agulhas, the Southernmost place in Africa, is so far from every other landmark in South Africa and main tourist routes that it doesn’t get the attention it deserves. But what a beautiful and unique place it is! Standing at this point where two oceans meet you truly feel like you’ve reached the end of the world…

The best way to visit Cape Agulhas is by making a stop there on your way from Cape Town to the Garden Route (or vice versa). We once did it in a day, just stopping there when driving from Knysna to Cape Town, but it was a really long drive.

TIP: I suggest that you break the drive and either stay in Cape Agulhas or in the area around Hermanus or Gansbaai for one night.

Cape Agulhas - one of the best places to see in South Africa
Cape Agulhas, the place where Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic Ocean

9. Drakensberg

Another wonderful region a bit off the beaten tourist path in South Africa is Drakensberg mountains. The Dragon Mountain is a +-200km mountain range between the Kingdom of Lesotho and KwaZulu Natal province in South Africa, a few hours drive from Durban. 

The region is known for its incredible vistas, countless waterfalls, mountain streams, rock pools, caves, and tranquil scenery pretty much undisturbed by human development. The Drakensberg is the highest mountain range in South Africa and if you visit here in the winter (July) as we did, be prepared for the freezing cold temperatures at night.

Theoretically, you could visit the Drakensberg just for a day, but ideally, you spend at least a couple of days here. There is a wide range of outdoor activities available, such as hiking or golf to mention just a few…

TIP: If you stay close to Underberg area, you can pop over the border and visit Lesotho for a day. 

Drakensberg mountain range is one of the most beautiful regions in South Africa
Drakensberg mountain range

10. Addo Elephant National Park

If you are looking for a malaria-free family-friendly safari experience in Africa, Addo Elephant National Park is one of the very best places to do that. South Africa’s third-largest National Park is located in the southern part of the country, close to Port Elizabeth and just a few hours drive from the Garden Route.

As the name suggests, Addo Elephant NP is a perfect place to see wild elephants. This park is home to over 600 elephants and they are all around. Many other African animals live here as well and if you are really lucky, you may even get to spot The Big 5…

TIP: You can easily explore the park on a self-drive safari, but – as always – guided open-jeep safari tour will give you a very different experience. If you come here for a few days and have your own car, I suggest you do both – visit the park on your own but also book at least one safari ride.

Addo Elephant National Park offers one of the best safari experiences in South Africa
Elephants in Addo Elephant National Park

11. iSimangaliso Wetland Park

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, iSimangaliso Wetland Park has a lot to more to offer than it looks at first sight. It’s not that widely know and definitely not one of the main tourist attractions in South Africa, but it’s well worth a trip.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park has it all: beautiful scenery, unique landscapes, white-sand beaches, snorkeling, diving, and lots of wildlife. You can expect to see rhino, zebra, buffalo, troop baboons, wildebeest, and even elephants, to name just a few…

One of the main reasons tourists visit this area is to see hippos in the wild. iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a paradise for water-loving animals and is, therefore, one of the best places to see hippos and crocodiles in South Africa.

TIP: You can visit the park by car, but if you really want to get close to the hippos and the crocodiles in a safe way, it’s best to book St. Lucia estuary boat tour. The boat tour takes just two hours, so you can spend the rest of the time self-driving and exploring the park.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park is one of the best places to see hippos in South Africa
The safest way to see hippos is from a boat

12. Pilanesberg National Park

Just over 2 hours drive from Johannesburg, Pilanesberg National Park is probably one of the easiest and best-accessible places for a wildlife safari in South Africa.

Pilanesberg Game Reserve is set in an extinct volcanic crater, where the soil is rich with grasslands, perfect for wildlife. A man-made lake, Mankwe Dam, is used as a drinking waterhole – a perfect place to see African animals. Wildlife here includes zebras, lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and many other species. Because the park is rather small, it’s quite easy to find the animals, even if you come here just for a few hours.

TIP: You can visit Pilanesberg National Park as a day trip from Johannesburg, but if you have some time to spare, stay a few days. If you like places like Las Vegas, don’t miss the nearby Sun City with entertainment for young and old. From luxury resorts and casinos, waterparks and golfing, to outdoor activities, wildlife viewing, and even hot air balloon safari – this area truly has it all.

Hot air balloon above Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa
Can you imagine going on a hot-air balloon safari?!

13. Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park

One can never have too many safari experiences in Africa, right? So if you are visiting St.Lucia/Durban area, then I really recommend a day trip to Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.

This park is not as well known as Kruger and the other National Parks mentioned above, but it’s just as beautiful and offers amazing wildlife viewing. Africa’s Big 5 live here and, of course, many other animals.

TIP: You can visit this park on a self-drive safari or take a guided safari tour from Durban. If you want to make the best of your short time, you can also opt for a tour that combines Hluhluwe and iSimangaliso Wetlands, mentioned above.

Rhinos in Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park in South Africa
Rhinos in Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park

14. West Coast National Park

Just an hour drive north of Cape Town, West Coast National Park is the locals’ favorite, so if you come in a warm season, expect it to be busy. This park has beautiful beaches, stunning coastlines, scenic hiking trails, wildlife, and lots of wildflowers. Springtime (August – September) is the best time to see the flowers and the park might be even busier than usual. 

West Coast National Park is considered a real jewel. It’s not a must-see in South Africa if you are short on time, but if you are staying in Cape Town and have a day to spare, definitely check it out!

TIP: There aren’t many facilities here; it’s all about nature. So if you come for a day, make sure to bring some food and plenty of water. 

West Coast National Park - one of the nicest places to visit in South Africa
Postberg Flower Reserve in West Coast National Park in spring ©Photo Andrea Willmore via iStock

15. Durban

Durban is considered one of the cities that you should see in South Africa. We found that there were better ways to spend our time in South Africa than visiting its cities… so we didn’t stay in Durban longer than necessary. Just in case you wonder, Cape Town is a whole other story, one city you have to see.

Nevertheless, if you are traveling in this area, you shouldn’t miss Durban. One of the best things to do here is go to the beach and stroll the Golden Mile, visit UShaka Marine World or Durban Botanic Gardens.

Durban is also a good base for a day trip to the earlier mentioned Hluhluwe-iMfolozi NP and iSimangaliso Wetland Park, and also to the Drakensberg mountains. A really interesting thing to do in Durban is also this Shakaland and Zulu culture day trip.

TIP: If you are short on time, fly from Durban to Port Elizabeth or Cape Town – it will save you lots of driving. 

Durban UShaka Pier in South Africa
Durban UShaka Pier

16. Johannesburg

The largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg’s history goes back to the 19th century. It’s hard to believe that this bustling city with a population of 1 million started as a gold-mining settlement.

If you want to learn about South Africa’s long part to democracy, then don’t miss Soweto township (go with a guide!) that was once home to Nelson Mandela and also Desmond Tutu. 

Must-see in Johannesburg is the Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill, a former prison complex. Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, and tens of thousands of others were imprisoned here at some point in South Africa’s turbulent history…

Johannesburg - one of the main cities to visit in South Africa
Johannesburg skyline © Photo Gregda Silva via iStock

17. Namaqua National Park & Namaqualand

Namaqualand and Namaqua National Park, close to the Namibian border, are so far from all the other tourist attractions in South Africa that you’ll hardly ever see it mentioned as one of the best places to visit in the country. It’s actually more of a hidden gem of South Africa.

Come spring and the dusty valleys are transformed into a magical wildflower wonderland. The whole area is covered in colorful flower carpet, attracting local visitors and international tourists alike.

If you are visiting South Africa in August-September and feel like getting off the beaten path, you may want to include this unique region into your itinerary.

Namaqua National Park and Namaqualand - one of the best places to visit in South Africa in spring
Namaqua National Park in spring ©Photo Aberson via iStock

Best places to visit in South Africa on the map

In order to help you plan your trip to South Africa and visit as many of the highlands as possible, I created this map indicating all the places mentioned in this article. This way you can get a better idea of where everything is located and plan accordingly.


How to Use This Map: Use your computer mouse to zoom in or out. Click on the icons on the map to get more information about each place. Click the arrow on the left top corner for the index. Click the star next to the title of the map to add this map to your Google Maps account. To view the saved map on your smartphone or PC, open Google Maps, click the menu button and go to ‘Your Places’/’Maps’.

So, this is our list of the most beautiful and trip-worthy places to visit in South Africa. If you are wondering where to go and what to see in South Africa, now you should have a much better idea.

When planning a trip, make sure to also check our South Africa itinerary. It contains most of the highlights of South Africa from this list. Check it out – it will help you plan a trip of a lifetime!

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Best places to see and things to do in South Africa
Top places to visit in South Africa


  1. Hi! Reader here. for your information, Drakensberg is not in South Africa. It is located in Lesotho. Lesotho and Swaziland are very special because they are located INSIDE of South Africa. they are not apart of South Africa so I suggest you look into things more before you post them on the interwebs.

    1. Author

      Dear Reader, while Drakensberg mountain itself is in Lesotho, Drakensberg mountains – Maloti-Drakensberg Park – is in South Africa. As you can see above, in this article, we are talking about visiting the region and not the mountain itself. So I suggest you first read the article and then comment…
      P.S. We were in this area ourselves and everyone in the area calls this region the Drakensberg. Even our hotel had ‘Drakensberg’ in its name, was located in the place they call ‘Drakensberg Garden’ in what locals call ‘Southern Drakensberg’, and there were lots of suggested hiking routes in the Drakensberg area (which we hiked).
      This article is based on our personal experience from our several trips to South Africa.
      Happy travels!

  2. Wow wow South Africa is such a nice country. We so want to visit, but don’t dare to go on our own. Do you know of any good tours? Thanks

  3. great article. I am planning to visit in sept 2020.
    I am planning to fly into Johannesburg from NZ, then spend a week at Kruger park. We will then fly back to Johannesburg.
    We have another week of holiday after Kruger Park and I am wondering if you have any suggestions where I Should go to? I am keen to visit Vic falls but not sure if we need a whole week there? Any other must dos around that region?

    1. Author

      Hi Kevin, Victoria Falls is indeed a place many people visit from Johannesburg, but you don’t need a week there… Furthermore, I heard that they’ve almost dried out at the moment and aren’t impressive at all (let’s hope they recover soon).
      If you have a week and want to fly somewhere from Johannesburg, I’d say go to Cape Town. It’s so beautiful there and there’s plenty to see and do in the area (Table Mountain, Cape Town itself, the whole Cape Peninsula, Chapman’s Peak Drive and the whole coastal area, whales in Hermanus, penguins in Simon’s Town, the wine region of Stellenbosch…). You can rent a car and visit most places on your own or you can take day tours from Cape Town if you don’t want to drive.
      You can find more info about what to see in Cape Town are in our South Africa with kids article.

    2. We all friends are coffee planters and after our coffee, pepper harvesting we travel around selecting nicest countries. This year we had planned to South Africa but could not do it because of corona virus. We have already decided to visit in 2021 in the month of April or May. Kindly let me know the best month to visit and we want customized tour for us only and flying to all important places with four star hotels.

      1. Author

        Hi there, I’m sorry to hear that your travel plans have been ruined this year. So many people had to change their travel plans, and so did we.
        To answer your question, South Africa is great at any time of the year. April is somewhat warmer than May, but it can be much busier because of the Easter break. So try to avoid those two weeks. Apart from that, it doesn’t really matter when exactly you travel.
        As for customized tours, I am afraid I can’t help you. I run a travel blog and not a travel agency and we do not help with the bookings. All I can say is that South Africa is a country that’s really easy to book a trip and visit on your own. We have some suggestions in our South Africa itinerary article.
        Hope this helps.

  4. I.m planning to visit South Africa in April 2020, We only have 5 nights & 6 days. Can you pls help me the places that I should not miss. My husband & I are found in safari, so we have plans to spend 2 nights in Kruger, what else we should visit in 3 days.

    The above blog is so impressive, I feel like visiting every place. But we have a time crunch. so pls suggest.

    1. Author

      Hi Ruchi, South Africa is huge and if you are already going to Kruger, getting anywhere else will take you a lot of time. Why don’t you just concentrate on the area around Kruger – visit the Panorama Route, maybe Pretoria (I assume you’ll be flying to/from Johannesburg?), and then spend the rest of the time at a nice lodge in Kruger NP itself. Keep in mind that it will take you a big part of a day just to drive from Johannesburg airport to Kruger, and then the same when going back. So out of 6 days, you basically will have just 4 left.
      If you want to go really fast and don’t mind flying and wasting another day for that, you could squeeze in Victoria Falls into your itinerary or fly to Cape Town for a day or two. But, in all honesty, I think it’s not worth it because you’ll waste so much time just commuting instead of enjoying your trip.
      Another option is to start in Johannesburg, then Kruger, and then drive down to Durban (fly out of Durban airport). You can find detailed itinerary for this in days 1-6 of our South Africa itinerary.
      Hope this helps. Enjoy your trip!

  5. South Africa is breathtaking. I stayed in Cape Town and last weekend we went for a drive in the winelands. It was epic.

    1. Author

      I bet it was, especially now that it’s autumn in South Africa – the best time to be in the vineyards I suppose.

  6. So beautiful and informative. I can’t wait to see the wonders of South Africa.

    1. Author

      Don’t hesitate, Regina – it’s a wonderful place to visit. You’ll love it!

  7. I visited South Africa and soon planning to visit it with my girls. I didn’t know there is so much to see

    1. Author

      Oh, there is even so much more than on this list! It’s not for nothing that they call South Africa the world in one country.
      Have a great second trip!

  8. South Africa seems amazing! So many animals to see and what beautiful scenery. thanks for sharing!

    1. Author

      It is, Lauren. One of the best destinations you can visit, take my word for it.
      Happy travels!

  9. Amazing post, Jurga! South Africa is so mind-blowing and so diverse. We visited once and cannot wait to go back and explore more.

    Thank you!

    1. Author

      Thank you and yes, we feel the same way too and are always on a lookout for affordable flights to South Africa.

    2. Awesome South Africa, it is one of my dreams to go there! Thank you for sharing all these beautiful places!

      1. Author

        Glad to inspire, Venus. You’ll love South Africa – it’s such an amazing country!

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