Being at the meeting point of Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean and having a vast territory with a diverse terrain, South Africa is home to a great variety of flora and fauna. The Western Cape province in the southwest has a particularly unique climate, similar to that of the Mediterranean. This gives rise to what is called fynbos, which is the colorful flowers and plants, indigenous to this region. The Cape Floral Kingdom of South Africa became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004 because of its great diversity, uniqueness and abundance in a relatively confined area. The question is, where and how can one best-experience the natural wonders of the Cape Floral Kingdom?
Table Mountain National Park