Cheap flights from Dublin, Ireland to Cape Town, South Africa for only €409 roundtrip with Air France!
South Africa is a large, diverse and incredibly beautiful country with breathtaking natural views! This is the place where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic giving life to diverse sea creatures! You will find there almost 3 000 kilometres of coastline and massive geodiversity. Expect to find here majestic animals such as rhinos, elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards and great white sharks, as well as diverse plant life and indigenous forests.
The second largest city in Africa offers a wide variety of shopping places, restaurants and museums. After almost 20 years of decline and decay, Johannesburg is rapidly changing and looking optimistically towards the future. There’s a lot to see in the vibrant heart of South Africa, from the reminders of the country’s recent past at the Apartheid Museum to the progressive streets of Melville.
The cultural districts of Newtown and Braamfontein are full of energy. The Inner City itself, once a no-go zone, is becoming a tourist gem, with plenty of pleasant surprises. A visit to the infamous Soweto township is getting increasingly popular. Jo'burg is also a great starting point to the savannas and Kruger Natural Park.
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