South Africa

Experiential Travel Blog


Cape Town is the legislative, Pretoria the administrative one.



1 euro = about 15 rands


English for everybody, Afrikaans especially for white people and other 20 recognised dialects as Xhosa and Zulu


Summer is between November and April, winter is between April and October


80% Africans (indigenous), 8.8% coloured, 8.4% white people with British and Dutch origins 


Parliamentary representative democratic republic


Biltong, chakalaka, bunny chou, boerewors


Braai, wine tasting, Table Mountain, safari, township, baie dankie

South Africa is an extremely various country in terms of landscapes, wildlife and people, very different for some reasons to the rest of the continent. Let its rich nature from the Kruger savannah to the colourful Garden Route, and the spectacular animals as African penguins, elephants, lions and gepard conquer you. Learn about the Apartheid that ended in 1994 and the contribution of Nelson Mandela to unite South Africans, with the idea of a country where black and white can cohabit without any problem. 

I lived 5 months in South Africa doing an internship in Tourism Management near Cape Town. I explored every corner around this area letting Mama Africa guiding me through this amazing country!



  • Cape Town

  • Stellenbosch & Wine Route

  • Cape of Good Hope

  • Boulders Beach Penguin Colony

  • Garden Route

  • Hermanus & Whale Route

  • Kruger National Park 

I would be happy to give you tips,

ideas and itineraries suggestions

to plan your next trip !


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Andrea Zana 

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