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If you’re interesting in mountain climbing, there are plenty of wonderful peaks to tackle in South Africa. With plenty of wildlife and beautiful views to admire, the mountains in this African country can give you the trip of a lifetime.

If you’re fortunate enough to take a South Africa travel holiday, head straight for the Eastern Cape of this exotic country for a climb in the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area. This area boasts lush forests that are thick with trees and carpeted with stunning arrays of wildflowers. Waterfalls whisper and roar around many bends in these mountains, and you never know what wild animal you might encounter as you climb or trek through this fascinating part of South Africa holidays.

If you really want to test your mountaineering skills, head for Table Mountain in the western part of the country. The climb to the flat top of Table Mountain will take you three hours and you’ll be sweating by the time you get there. But the view is definitely worth the climb. But if you’re afraid you can’t handle such a strenuous trek, there is a cable car available to take you to and from the mountain’s top. So whether you want a little exercise or not, you’ll be able to take advantage of the beautiful views of Cape Town and the rest of western South Africa.

Cathedral Peak is located in the Drakensberg Mountain Range, and it offers a great mountaineering experience and fascinating views. The Giant’s Castle is also located in the Drakensberg Range, as is the peak for which the range is named. No matter which peak you choose to climb, you’ll find rare conifers, caves adorned with rock paintings, and panoramic views as you scale their summits.

With some of the most rewarding mountain climbing excursions anywhere, a South Africa travel vacation is a trip that every mountaineer should take at least once in a lifetime

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