The FIFA World Cup 2010 will be taking place in South Africa this year, and avid soccer fans from across the globe will probably make a trip to the country of South Africa to cheer their country.
The matches are spread across the country and this will give fans an opportunity to do some traveling in addition to the great games. So what’s in store for you if you want to do some sight-seeing and shop in South Africa this World Cup? We got some useful travel information for you.
uShaka Marine World
Durban is famous for it’s golden sand beaches. So what else does Durban offer tourists besides it’s beaches?
There is the uShaka Marine World – one of the largest Aquariums in the world, Umgeni River Bird Park, and the Gateway Theatre of Shopping – which is the largest shopping center in Africa.
The capital city of South Africa is an urban centre, where you can visit the Sterkfontein Caves and Maropeng, and also check the Constitutional Court – where India’s Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela were prisoners. There is also the Apartheid Museum and the Hector Pieterson Museum.
This city of Cape Town is stylish with it’s art galleries, designer shops, restaurants, pubs and bars and a tourist hotspot – beaches. There is the Table Mountain National Park, the Two Oceans Aquarium and the Artscape Theatre Centre.
Kruger National Park
The national park will give you a glimpse of some beautiful African wildlife such as lions, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos and leopards. If you like adventure, then try and go for a hike, trek, camp, or bike ride with a guide.