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Visit South Africa by Backpacking Your Way Through

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Visit South Africa by Backpacking Your Way Through

Visiting South Africa can be quite an incredible experience if you put yourself into it. The tranquillity and peace the country has to offer is quite remarkable. Its landscape is quite breathtaking and the route between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth stops at nothing but delivering some of the best natural landscape the world has to offer. There are so many stops in between the distance that it's difficult to know where to stop. If you have all the time in the world it would be good to see as much as possible but if on a time constraint you will unfortunately have to sacrifice some of the natural wonders.

If travelling along the garden route three places that shouldn't be scratched of your list would be Knysna, Oudtshoorn and The Crags. Knysna is a very relaxed atmosphere town which has the famous Knysna Heads as its main attraction. Oudtshoorn has one of South Africa's biggest caves, the Cango Caves. A trip to Oudtshoorn wouldn't be complete without an ostrich back ride. The Crags has by far the most to offer. It is within distance to the worlds highest Bungy and has a number of wildlife and animal sanctuaries. So if you want to ride an elephant or get to be up close and personal with monkeys this is the place where it can all be done. Most of your adrenaline rush sport activities can be done in The Crags / Storms River area. White water rafting, bungy jumping and tree-top canopying just to mention a few.

Of course a visit to South Africa would not be complete without a trip to one of South Africa's game reserves. Kruger National Park would be one of South Africa's largest and most famous game park but if you are time pushed you can easily make up for it by visiting one or a few of the smaller game parks. Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape is home to over 300 elephants and is often overlooked by the backpacker. If you do have the time of course the Kruger National Park is not to be missed.

South Africa has a high number of backpacker hostel accommodation all promising to give you an experience you will never forgot. A lot of them live up to that promise too. Tours and adventures can be organised from most backpackers. Apart from backpackers being a cheap alternative to luxury accommodation most are setup so you can experience the real South Africa. Offering African food and bringing tourists out to show how the other half life. They are also a great way of meeting new friends.

This Visit South Africa article was written by David Kimberley the owner of the website http://www.backpackersinsouthafrica.com. It is a resource website for people trying to find information on backpackers in south Africa.

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