roomsXML Presents Breathtaking South Africa

roomsXML Presents Breathtaking South Africa

Amazing and breathtaking South Africa

On the Southern tip of Africa, South Africa conjures images of sun and The Big Five: African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard, and Rhinoceros. All with various status of threatened or vulnerable, South African safaris these days consist of using the camera as the weapon of choice. Wildlife Conservation is one of the major tourism drawcards for S.A, with Kruger National Park the biggest of them all. For something totally different, S.A is full of paleoanthropological sites such as the Cradle of Humankind, with early human development also popular with thousand year old Khoisan rock art scattered across the country.

If that’s not your flavour head to some of the big cities for museums, art and nightlife. Not commonly known, is the fact that ,any parts of South Africa have a vibrant and exciting nightlife

Across South Africa, roomsXML has over 1000 properties.

Cape Town: Parliamentary capital and site of parliament and close to Table Mountain, increasingly popular with tourists.

roomsXML has 304 properties in Cape Town

Durban: One of the biggest cities in S.A and home to holiday destinations frequented by locals.

roomsXML has 86 Properties in Durban

Johannesburg: One of the greenest cities in the world and with the largest man made forest. The economical hub of South Africa.

roomsXML has 232 Properties in Johannesburg


Captivating South Africa


roomsXML has over 96,000 properties worldwide . If you are unsure about which property to book, always check for the ‘Preferred’ logo next to the hotel; that means its been recommended by other Travel Agents. Thanks for Wikitravel for the tips.

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