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Adventure awaits in South Africa

Supported by South Africa Tourism

Create unforgettable memories in the Rainbow Nation. From hiking Table Mountain to whale-watching in Hermanus, South Africa has plenty to discover.

Experience South Africa with Qatar Airways. Fly from Hungary to Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban from 176,900 HUF.

Travel safely to South Africa

The South African government now allows international travel to and from South Africa for any purpose, including tourism. 

Qatar Airways takes you from Hungary to Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban via Doha.

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5 Reasons to visit South Africa

1) To unleash your inner food critic

South Africa is a foodie hotspot, famous for outstanding wines and succulent grilled meats. Thanks to the nation's diverse history, South African cuisine draws influences from African, European and Asian flavours. Treat your tastebuds to curries and bunny chow in KwaZulu-Natal, fresh seafood in the Western Cape and sample a plethora of grilled meat wherever you go.

Of course, a trip to South Africa wouldn't be complete without visiting its many vineyards. There are over 500 wineries in the Cape Winelands, with vines planted by Dutch settlers as far back as the 1600s.

2) Take a road trip

Rent a car and discover South Africa's diverse and stunning landscapes. Drive along Chapman’s Peak to experience one of the world’s most epic coastal roads. Take the famed Garden Route between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth with vineyards, beautiful beaches, indigenous forests and rugged coastlines dotted along the way. Or, choose the path less travelled and head to the Northern Cape to discover spring wildflowers that bloom across Namakwa and take in a safari in the rich red Kalahari.

3) To tick off the trilogy of cities

The three main cities of South Africa - Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban - each have a personality of their own.

Cape Town, the Mother City, is famed for its spectacular location under Table Mountain, with plentiful vineyards nearby and the famous Garden Route on its doorstep. 

Johannesburg, or Jozi as it’s affectionately known, is a hub of gastronomic delights, history, art and culture. 

Nestled against the Indian Ocean in KwaZulu-Natal, you'll find Asian influences in Durban. Consider Durban as a starting point before exploring the neighbouring Drakensburg mountains, learning more about the vibrant Zulu culture or visiting nearby wildlife parks.

4) To go wild on safari

Bring your bucket list safari dreams to life in a South Africa. A plethora of private game reserves and national parks await travellers, including the world-famous Krugar National Park. Once you've spotted the Big Five (lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants and Cape buffalo), why not go searching for whales and great white sharks at some of the country’s many coastal parks.

5) To experience a rich and diverse culture

Just like its cuisine, South African culture is the result of its vibrant historical past. Named the ‘Rainbow Nation’ by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, South Africa is a melting pot of ethnicities with roots dating back to ancient San Bushmen and later Dutch settlers, British traders, Indians, Indonesians and Portuguese to name a few. In fact, the nation has 11 official languages. If you’re after cultural experiences, South Africa has a diverse offering.

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