A range of exciting things to do in South Africa this April has been suggested by a leading travel magazine.

British travellers booking flights to South Africa may be glad to learn that a major travel magazine has listed its top five things to do in the rainbow nation this April.

Wanderlust magazine suggests that visitors catch a glimpse of Cape Agulhas National Park, which features several sea-worn shipwrecks as well as many indigenous species of plants.

If you’re looking to soak up some local culture, then the Makana Freedom Festival in Grahamstown could be the perfect stop-off, with plenty of dancing and live music on offer from April 22nd to 27th.

More active visitors can head to Waterval Boven in Mpumalanga, the rock-climbing mecca, or scale the iconic Table Mountain for unrivalled views over Cape Town.

The final suggestion is for car hire customers to take a drive through Little Karoo in the Western Cape area and explore the vineyards, olive groves and ostrich farms in this fascinating region.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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