Heritage Sites - Wildlife, Culture, Beauty

Rich in culture, wildlife and natural beauty, South Africa has many places of interest worth visiting, including the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, Robben Island, uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, the Cradle of Humankind and the Vredefort Dome, which have all met the UNESCO World Heritage Site's criteria of making a significant contribution to either the environment or to the history of mankind.

In addition to these five World Heritage Sites there are many natural and cultural heritage sites which make for fascinating excursions. One example being Thulamela Hill in the Kruger National Park which has at least three interesting sights. Similar interesting places are dotted throughout the country, so if you are interested in seeing more of them, make sure that your travel agent knows this and will include some of these sights as part of your travel plans.


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bob - 2010-07-08 11:48:23

love it

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Mohammad habibur rahman - 2010-06-08 07:51:58

inridable beauty of South Africa it is the God blessed land and I must come when I will get free movement to visite my dream land.

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