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According to the 2014 census, there are approximately 54 million people inhabiting South Africa. Nicknamed “the rainbow country,” it has a majority black population, but there are many descendants of European settlers, Indians and Asians. This mix of customs, traditions and origins is part of the charm of this country.

South Africa has rooted traditions and cultures for many centuries. There are, for example, still many sangomas, who are healers, and stores selling witchcraft products in all regions, especially in KwaZulu-Natal. Natural medicine and plants are still used.

Traditional South African dishes are boerswors, sausages and the sandwich called “Bunny Chow”, which are specialties sold on the street. There is also mieliemeal, which is a corn mush and ginger cakes. You can also enjoy sosatie, spicy kebabs, or biltong, dried meat. In South Africa, the Sunday barbecue barbecue is an institution.

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MSC Orchestra will have a homeport at the new KwaZulu Natal terminal in Durban, which will open in December for the 2021/22 winter season. It will also embark passengers in Cape Town, and will offer 41 voyages until May 11, 2022 around South Africa and Mozanbique, for citizens and residents.

To date, MSC Cruises has pioneered the restart of the international travel industry following the collective global industry shutdown in March 2020. Initiating passenger voyages in continental Europe and the United Kingdom, and now also in South Africa.

MSC Cruises plans to implement strict health and safety measures on board MSC Orchestra. And all destinations the ship will call based on its industry-leading protocol introduced in August 2020 for the well-being of passengers, crew and the destinations its ships serve.

The cruise line is now anxiously awaiting the relevant authorities in South Africa to issue specific details of its health and safety guidelines that can be integrated into its own protocol, if necessary.

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When you get out of there, head for Constitution Hill. What was once a prison where Nelson Mandela himself was imprisoned is now the seat of the Constitutional Court, a place that is well worth seeing both for its history and its architecture. Then continue your visit to the Soweto area.

Although it is a pleasure to travel around South Africa on your own, to explore Johannesburg we recommend that you do it with a local guide. It is the safest way to do it and it will help you a lot to understand all the history and recent events in the country.

Although we put it at the third point on the list of the must-see places in South Africa, we suggest you leave the Kruger National Park for the end of your trip. Because after Kruger there is nothing. There are so many emotions and experiences that you can live in this national park that, honestly, it will be difficult to beat it afterwards.

Unlike the vast majority of African reserves, in the Kurger you can go on Safari on your own with your rental car. This national park has different camps scattered throughout its extension that will serve as a base to explore it.

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Arrival, meeting with our representative and transfer to the hotel. We suggest one of the optional excursions, such as the one to Soweto to see first hand the contrasts of the city, in case the arrival time allows it.

Half board. After breakfast, departure by road to Kruger National Park through the province of Mpumalanga. En route we will see some of the wonders of the area such as Bourke’s Luck Potholes in the Blyde River Canyon and God’s Window (visits may vary depending on weather conditions and time available). Arrival and dinner at the hotel.

Breakfast. Return by road to Johannesburg. Panoramic tour of Pretoria, highlights Church Square and the Union Building or seat of government (entrance fees to the monuments are not included because it is a panoramic tour, these may vary depending on the time available and are subject to weather conditions). Departure from Johannesburg airport by scheduled flight to Cape Town (19h00-21h10). Arrival and transfer to accommodation (flights included).

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