South Africa is a very large country and has areas and regions that are completely different from one another: mountains, deserts, savannahs, forests and long deserted beaches beaten by the waves of the ocean, the Atlantic to the West and the Indian to the East.
Given the presence of biomes so different from one another, each region has unique characteristics and offers, to those who visit it, different experiences and emotions; it is as if South Africa is enclosing within its borders, so many worlds to be explored.
From an administrative point of view, the country is divided into nine large provinces, while from a geographical point of view the country is divided into three main areas: the inner zone, dominated by the Plateau or High Veld and the Drakensberg mountain range, the desert basin, or semi-desert, of the Kalahari and the coastal area overlooking the Atlantic Ocean to the West and on the Indian Ocean to the East.
The various habitats present and the high biodiversity make South Africa an incredibly interesting destination.
It is very difficult to enclose in a single article all the wonders of this land, so we decided to divide them according to the provinces of belonging.