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Travel to Johannesbury for world cup 2010

If you were to visit Johannesburg for World Cup 2010, herewith below are the suggested attraction and destination while you were in Johannesburg. Johannesburg not only offers World Cup 2010, but there are also a lot of things that you can see and do.

Before you travel, always remember to search for travel deals for flight, tour etc, and hotel deals for Johannesburg hotel. And do not forget to use phone card or calling card when you call from Johannesburg – this will save you a lot of money that you can spend during your holiday.

 

Ellis Park Stadium

Kruger National Park

It is not visiting Africa if not take a look at the wildlife. In other countries when you want to see wildlife, you can simply goo to the zoo. However in South Africa, you can see the animals and wildlife living in the wild with your naked eyes; you can experience like in what discovery channel and national geographic camera man always experiences. Imagine yourself seeing your favourite animal’s style of living.

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park is a must visit if you would like to experience the wildlife experience. The national park is about 2 million hectares wide and a home to hundreds of trees, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Even if you are not a wildlife fan, visit Kruger National Park for once in a lifetime experience! 

Heia Safari Ranch

If you only stay for a short time for the world cup and on the rush but still want to experience the famous African wildlife, you ought to stay at the Heia Safari Ranch. During your stay, you will meet animals such as Zebra, Giraffe, Monkeys, Gazzels walking just outside your Bungalows or hut. You can enjoy your meal here with view of Zebra, Giraffe etc.

When you fell not enough only by seeing the Zebra, Giraffe, Monkeys at the ranch, you can also join the “Game Drivers” provided by the ranch where you will be sitting in a drive and guided throughout your journey of about 1.5 hours seeing rhino, buffalo, hippo, wildebeest, impala, kudu, giraffe, eland in wilderness.

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Preview for the World Cup 2010: the Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth

The Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth remains one of the most sought-after destinations for people visiting South Africa. The place is also known as the Friendly City and is surrounded by pristine beaches and home to South Africas most iconic public figures, including the statesman Mandela himself.

Preview for the World Cup 2010: the Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth

You can find this bay at the Eastern Cape province and notice how its buildings provide a physical timeline of architectural progression since the 19th century. The Opera House, for example, exudes Victorian architecture without any apologies, and its set against the richest collection of Art Nouveau buildings youll ever see anywhere else. The Nelson Mandela Bay is also a bustling port city, being the motor industry capital of South Africa.

Preview for the World Cup 2010: the Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth

If youre here, you shouldnt miss out on the sunshine coast. This has immaculate, virgin beaches and Hogsback, which was purportedly the driving force behind Lord of the Rings books. The recent ravings about the port city is probably largely because of the football craze, though. Undoubtedly, the Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth favors football, rigby and cricket among other sports.

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