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South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent. Known as the Rainbow Nation because of it's diverse cultures and several distinct ecosystems. With 9 provinces and 11 official languages, South Africa is 1 of the only countries in the world to have 5 of it's official languages in their national anthem.
South Africa has something for everyone: wildlife reserves throughout the country to view the Big 5, History and Battlefields, 2 Oceans (Atlantic and Indian) featuring beautiful beaches, the longest wine route in the world - Route 62, extraordinary food, friendly people as well as home to 8 of the world's UNESCO Heritage sites.
Located on South Africa's North West border along the Tropic of Capricorn, Namibia is well known for it's changing landscapes. From the Fish River Canyon in the south, the red dunes of the Kalahari Desert near the center of the country, the Namib Desert and well known Skeleton Coast along its Atlantic Ocean shoreline to the Etosha National Park's salt pan in the north.
Namibia is steeped in history with it German heritage towns of Windhoek and Swakopmund. Visitors will have a multitude of adventure activities to keep them busy from Hot air Ballooning and Dune excursions to skydiving. See the ancient rock paintings of the Khoi-San people in Twyfelfontein and the Petrified Forest in Damaraland.
Land locked by Namibia on it's West and Northern borders, South Africa to the South and to the East. Botswana has a landscape defined by the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal habitat during the seasonal floods. The massive Central Kalahari Game Reserve, with its fossilized river valleys and undulating grasslands, is home to numerous animals including giraffes, cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs.
The Chobe National Park, located in the northern region, is known for the herds of elephant which converge on the Chobe River in the dry season and has the largest wildlife population in all of Africa.
The Makgadikgadi Pans are in complete contrast with it's dry cracked salt pans which are transformed into a birder's paradise after the rains.
Zambia, in southern Africa, is a landlocked country of rugged terrain and diverse wildlife, with many parks and safari areas. On its border with Zimbabwe is famed Victoria Falls – indigenously called Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "Smoke That Thunders” – plunging a misty 108m into narrow Batoka Gorge. Spanning the Zambezi River just below the falls is Victoria Falls Bridge, a spectacular viewpoint.
Zambia has some of nature's best wildlife and game reserves affording the country with abundant tourism potential. The North Luangwa, South Luangwa and Kafue National Parks have one of the most prolific animal populations in Africa. The Victoria Falls in the Southern part of the country is a major tourist attraction.
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa known for its dramatic landscape and diverse wildlife, much of it within parks, reserves and safari areas. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the west and southwest, Zambia to the northwest, and Mozambique to the east and northeast. Its northwest corner is roughly 150 meters from Namibia, nearly forming a four-nation quadripoint.
On the Zambezi River, Victoria Falls make a thundering 108m drop into narrow Batoka Gorge, where there’s white-water rafting and bungee-jumping. Downstream are Matusadona and Mana Pools national parks, home to hippos, rhinos and birdlife. Hwange National Park is the largest natural reserve in Zimbabwe. The park lies in the west, on the main road between Bulawayo and the Victoria Falls and near to Dete.
Mozambique is a southern African nation whose long Indian Ocean coastline is dotted with popular beaches like Tofo, as well as offshore marine parks. It is bound by Swaziland to the south, South Africa to the southwest, Zimbabwe to the west, Zambia and Malawi to the northwest, Tanzania to the north and the Indian Ocean to the east. In the Quirimbas Archipelago, a 250km stretch of coral islands, mangrove-covered Ibo Island has colonial-era ruins surviving from a period of Portuguese rule. The Bazaruto Archipelago farther south has reefs which protect rare marine life including dugongs.
The country also has several national parks, including Gorongosa National Park, with its infrastructures rehabilitated and repopulated in certain species of animals that were already disappearing.