South Africa with Top Beautiful Beaches

.tags People in the corner of the  world has known of South Africa as a home of some of the best beaches  in the world, from Sodwana Bay in the East to Llandudno in Cape Town. Especially, one of the favourite spot of South African’s on their holiday are  Sodwana Bay – Kwazulu Natal where posses a stunning section of sandy beach, and are flanked by lush green tropical vegetation and lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

Sodwana Bay – Kwazulu Natal This stunning section of sandy beach is a favourite spot for South African’s on their holidays. The golden dunes are flanked by lush green tropical vegetation and lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. There is great diving here on Africa’s southern-most coral reef, where you can see a diverse array of underwater life, including whale-sharks.

Nature’s Valley Beach – Garden Route This long sandy beach is bordered by forest and a large lagoon. Don’t expect to find lifeguards or ice cream shops down here; it’s a section of coastline that still relatively wild and untamed. The lagoon also provides a nice alternative if the sea is too cold to swim in. Nature’s Valley is situated right next to the Tsitsikamma National Park, a rugged and beautiful Nature reserve set around the mouth of the Storms River. There are plenty of adventurous activities available here, from the world’s highest bungee to abseiling, kayaking and tree-canopy tours.

Plettenberg Bay – Eastern Cape This beautiful beach is popular with many tourists and a great place to take a whale watching tour (from June to October). The waves come in cleanly so it makes for a good spot for a bit body-boarding for the adrenaline junkies.

Coffee Bay – Wild Coast It’s worth braving the dirt roads to get here, it’s a stunning setting. The Hole in the Wall, an amazing geographical feature carved into the cliffside, is also nearby. Even more wild and beautiful coastline can be found north at the Dwesa and Cwebe Nature Reserves.

Llandudno – Cape Town Much is made of nearby Camps Bay, but those in the know frequent Llandudno, a more secluded bay that is just as beautiful as its popular cousin. As well as being more secluded from the relentless Cape winds, Llandudno is also offers a rocky headland to explore and watch the seals (and sharks).