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When to visit South Africa: South Africa is an all year destination so when you visit depends on what you intend and prefer to do. The best time for game viewing is in early spring (August to October). The southern right whales can be seen off our coasts from June to the end of October, and the humpback whales from August to December.
Summer can be very hot, especially in the lowveld. Higher-altitude areas are pleasantly warm over summer, but the mountains are rain and mist prone. The north eastern regions can be very humid, but swimming on the east coast is a year-round option. Visit the
Northern Cape in the Spring - the best time for wildflowers. Winters are mild except in the highest country, where there are frosts and occasional snowfalls. Holiday-makers stream out of the cities from mid December to late January and resorts and national parks are heavily booked during these times. If visiting South Africa at this time it is highly advisable that you book all your travel and South Africa holiday accommodation well in advance, to avoid dissapointment.

Location: South Africa is located on the southern tip of the African continent, bordered by northern neighbours Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It encompasses the independent mountain kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland and is flanked by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the warm Indian Ocean on the east - giving the country its spectacular range of biodiversity. To view a complete set of maps of South Africa, please visit our South Africa Map / Atlas section.
Climate: South Africa enjoys a temperate and pleasant climate, with warm sunny days most of the year. The seasons of the southern hemisphere are opposite to those in the northern hemisphere so our Summer runs from November to February, when most of the country is characterised by warm to hot weather. Click here to view detailed information about
South Africa's climate.

Population / People: South Africans have been referred to as the 'rainbow nation', a title which illuminates the country's cultural diversity. The population of South Africa is one of the most complex and diverse in the world. Of the 45 million South Africans, nearly 31 million are Black, 5 million White, 3 million Coloured (a term used peoples of mixed African, Asian and white descent) and one million Indian. The population density is 32.9 people per km˛. Additional information » Population
Languages: There are 11 officially recognised languages, most of which are indigenous to South Africa. English is spoken everywhere you go. English is the language of the cities, of commerce and banking, of government and official documents. All our road signs and official forms are in English and at any hotel, Bed and Breakfast or Guest House the service staff will speak English.
Other languages you can expect to hear are Xhosa, Zulu and Afrikaans. We have provided a few commonly used phrases for your information and, just so you don't get too confused, have a look at our list of 'South Africanisms'. Don't be surprised when being given directions if you are told to 'stop at the robot'. (No we don't have robots patrolling our streets, 'Robot' is a South Africanism for traffic lights).

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