Sunny skies and sandy shores
With over 2700 kilometres of coastline, it comes as no surprise that South Africa has some of the world’s most incredible beaches (you’re sure to agree). From the white sand and turquoise waters of Clifton beach in Cape Town to the untouched, forest-lined shores of the Wild Coast, the beaches are definitely some of South Africa’s unsung heroes. And that's not even mentioning Jeffreys Bay’s “Supertubes”, ranked by many as the second best surf spot in the world! The views aren’t too bad either. So whether you prefer to feel the sand in your toes or the waves beneath your feet, South Africa has a beach for you.