- Health requirements for Visitors to South Africa
- South Africa Weather and Climate
- Safety and Security in South Africa
- Swaziland and Lesotho Border Crossing Requirements
- Travelling by Car in South Africa
- Wildlife & Conservation in South Africa
- Museums in South Africa
- Hiking Clubs in South Africa
- South Africa Sport Stadiums
- South Africa Shopping Centres and Malls
- South Africa Beaches
- South African Organic & Craft Markets
- Blue Flag Beaches of South Africa
- Theatres in South Africa
- Tipping and Gratuity Etiquette in South Africa
- South Africa's Official 11 Languages
- South Africa’s Eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- South Africa Emergency Help Lines
- Travelling with children in & out of South Africa - 2019 Update
Some countries have 2 or 3 official languages, but South Africa has eleven!
Most English speaking visitors to South Africa will be able to travel the length and breadth of our beautiful land and interact with many people in English very easily.
This is due to the fact that the majority of people here can speak some level of English, often at a very high standard even if it is not their first language. Road signs, airport and train station directional boards and information sign posts etc are almost always in English.
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