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South Africa is the most developed country in Africa and a widely believed myth is that lions and other wild animals roam the streets of Johannesburg. This is not true and most foreign travelers can't believe the infra structure this country has build in under 400 years. South Africa is full of wonderful holiday destinations and this site helps travelers of every nationality to sift through the thousands of accommodation possibilities that the country offers and to pick the top spots.

The mighty Kruger National Park with its untamed bushveld that often sets the scene for National Geographic documentaries and wildlife studies is the size of Wales and spans a massive 2 million hectares. Luxury lodging can be found in this preserved paradise and small towns within the park makes it an even more relaxed experience.

Cape Town and the Garden Route which provides for a more modern vacation for the whole family is situated in the Southern part of the country. Cape Town which is also known as the mother city, is most famous for its majestic Table Mountain that looks over the city. Being flat as a table, it was given the name after the Dutch arrived in the country to establish a halfway post.

South Africa's beaches are of the most beautiful in the world with 99% of all of them being as soft and white as baking powder. Enormous waves ensure that some of the biggest surfing competitions are held in South Africa and many holiday makers will be surprised at how commercialized some of these venues are.

South Africa offers anything and everything a tourist would want to experience and since FIFA announced that South Africa will be hosting the 2010 world cup, the whole country is upping it's game to provide world class accommodation to suit international needs.