South Africa is fast becoming everyone’s hot favorite which is clear with the tourist arrival figures going up every month.
It is perhaps the adventure capital of the world with abundance of pristine beauty and wild life. South Africa has some of the most luxury accommodation and exotic resort at exotic places coupled with people who are friendly.
Follow the African drum and gumboot beat; the bright sun, stars and city streets; weather be a wine trail or along one of the most scenic drives along the Garden Route, the invigorating mountains or ocean air invites you all to discover this wonderful Country. Capteown with table mountains is perhaps the fairest capes in the world with the Garden Routes being the most romantic drives in the world. Kuger with the private game reserves have perhaps some of the best games to offer with guarenteed Big 5.
This is also complimented by the extensive media coverage received recently in the top fashion, lifestyle and business magazines like Cosmopolitan, FHM, FAD, Business Today More, amongst many others.
According to sources from South African Tourism – The romance between South Africa and Bollywood continues, with a lot of movies even currently being shot against our picturesque locales. The recently released movie Jannat has received tremendous response at the Box Office, and we are delighted with the continued success that Bollywood receives for South Africa. Some of the films The world has seen include ” Singh is King, Karzzz, Ghajini, Race, Welcome No Entry, Hera Pheri, Fida, Cocktail, Andaaz, Aashiqui 2..
Talking about movies, the Idiot Box cant can’t be left behind! News has it that the one of the most popular global reality game shows called Fear Factor is exclusively being shot in South Africa.
Hosted by Bollywood macho man, Akshay Kumar, Dare to Dance promises to provide the Indian audiences with lots of thrill all the way from South Africa and we are waiting for it to hit the screens. Another dare devil show featuring South Africa was Rohit Shetty’s “Khatron Ke Khiladi among a few.
And talking about television, we’ve had some wonderful outings on the news channels in India recently. NDTV Good Times aired a special programme called ‘Good Times with South Africa – The Wine Trail’ showcasing spectacular views of the wine trails in the Western Cape region. CNBC Awaaz did an extensive report on Indaba and also DD News recently showcased Pretoria in all its charming glory