World Heritage Sites
South Africa is renowned for their amazing natural landscapes which have become world heritage sites that are visited by many as part of their travel. World heritage sites form a large part of the culture of a specific country as the country becomes known for these world heritage sites. South Africa's largely visited world heritage sites can be named as being, among many many others, Table Mountain and Robben Island. It should be quite correctly stated that South Africa is a leader of the world when it comes to displaying world heritage sites of the natural landscape.
World heritage sites are popularly visited by a number of travellers who wish to capture all that Africa is about and they do this by paying careful attention to the visitation of these world heritage sites. One can not truely experience Africa without seeing the grandeur of Table Mountain, which can be stated as South Africa's most well known and well visited world heritage site in the country.
Experiencing the splendour of such world heritage sites ensures to form a highlight in an Africa tour and an unforgettable moment in a traveller's time in Africa. World heritage sites are trademarks of specific countries and with the visitation of such a site can be a remarkable highlight in any serious traveller's lifetime as these sites are constantly being seen in media images but to see it live and up-close and personal makes it all the small spectular and reason why such a site has been declared a world heritage site can now be fully acknowledged and experienced by the traveller.