Travel enthusiast Bawo Daibo discusses the many reasons why every traveler should visit South Africa in their lifetime.
HILLSIDE, NJ / May 14, 2020 / South Africa is one of the most visited countries in Africa, and Bawo Daibo explains that it is for good reason. World traveler Bawo Daibo recently discussed just what makes South Africa so special, from the breathtaking scenery and wildlife to the world-renowned wines, rich history, and thriving cities.
“South Africa is a bucket-list-worthy travel destination for every type of traveler,” Bawo Daibo says. “It’s a place for adventurers, foodies, city lovers, historians, animal lovers, families, couples, and solo travelers.”
Bawo Daibo explains that South Africa is one of the most adventurous travel destinations in the world. Paragliding, surfing, hiking, and even shark cage diving are some of the activities he says can be enjoyed in the country. He also explains that among the most popular adventure activities are safaris that take tourists to places like the famous Kruger National Park, which is one of the world’s largest game reserves. Here, visitors can drive through the park, admiring elephants, lions, and other iconic African animals in the wild.
“Many times, people only think of safaris when they think of Africa,” Daibo says. “But South Africa is packed with amazing cultural sites, stunning beaches, and delicious foods too.”
Bawo Daibo Breaks Down Cape Town Food Scene
Bawo Daibo explains that a trip to Cape Town should be on everyone’s itinerary. Here, visitors can taste authentic South African foods, shop the street markets, and indulge in local South African wines. He explains that the beaches in Cape Town are among some of the world’s most famous, and can be ideal for surfers and beachcombers of all ages.
“One of the parts of South Africa that continues to impress me the most is the delicious cuisine, including the wine,” Daibo says.
He explains that South Africa is known for offering some of the best cuts of beef and pork in the world. The biltong, a meat product similar to beef jerky, is one Daibo insists every traveler must try. He also raves about the country’s esteemed alcoholic beverages, most notably the beer and wine.
“Many travelers have heard about the iconic wineries located just outside of Cape Town,” Bawo Daibo says. “But they don’t know that they can experience one of the best beer tours in the world, the SAB World of Beer tour, in Johannesburg. This country is overflowing with places to dine and drink.”
Bawo Daibo encourages travelers to visit, or at least add South Africa to their bucket lists, in the remainder of the year 2020.