South Africa Slides
Cape Town is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in the world and one of the highlights of a visit to South Africa. The landmark of Cape Town is the 1,000 m high Table Mountain overlooking the city, which is surrounded by the deep blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Next, you visit the West Coast which is North of Cape Town with a Mediterranean climate, pristine coastline, rugged mountains and peaceful villages. A variety of national parks reflects this extraordinary region in an impressive way. Langebaan Lagoon is the most famous part of the West Coast National Park. From the West Coast you will reach the Green Kalahari where you can see the Augrabies Falls.
In the heart of the Augrabies Falls National Park is one of the six largest waterfalls in the world. Here the waters of the Orange River plunge 65 meters into a pool of 92 m wide and 132 m depth. Finally, you will reach Johannesburg. Johannesburg or 'Egoli' the “city of gold” is the capital of the province of Gauteng. The World's Largest Gold Rush turned the once rural community into a seething metropolis, which is the centre of the South African economy today.