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It was not until the World Cup last summer that many paid attention to this country full of attractive options for incentives. Natural parks teeming with unique wildlife and nature (it is the only country in the world where you can see the Big Five!), internationally renowned wines, trains that combine adventure and extreme luxury, and a sophisticated city nightlife are some of the surprises that this country hides. We

– Thunder City. Located in Cape Town, it is the only operator of civil aircraft in the world that offers flights in former military aircraft. Experience carrying a rocket through the sound barrier…

– Diving with sharks. Difficult to find an activity that triggers more adrenaline. Soaking in a cage with the Great This activity has become very popular in recent years, and no doubt South Africa is one of the best places in the world to do experience it.

– Swimming with crocodiles. This activity also uses large cages that allow us to see these giant reptiles within inches, and safely. It can be done in the Congo Wildlife Ranch, among others.

– Go in search of the legendary Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo) in a photo safari. South Africa is the only country where you can find these desired five species.


Palaces on wheels

– Embark on The Rovos Rail or The Blue Train, two palaces on wheels. The first carries the traveller to the Victorian era, with an atmosphere and service that recreate past times, in routes as Pretoria to Cape Town or Durban to Victoria Falls. In a colonial style, you will also find in The Blue Train, famous for its wines.

– Green hunting: Go hunting, but replacing bullets with safe darts, as part of a scientific research. In a world increasingly aware of the need to treat animals well, the green hunting seems to be the future

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