If you are planning a holidays to South Africa, you may have many questions such as how do you get around, where do you stay, how to book flights or South Africa, how do you make friends and is it safe for me to travel alone. The following information should help you make a begin:
The Baz Bus
If you are travelling around South Africa, mainly if you are on your own, the top tip I can give you is to use the Baz Bus online bus ticket booking South Africa. This is a hop off, hop on bus that goes to most of the hotels on the visitor routes. It is the simplest way to travel around South Africa. All you do is phone their member the night before and inform them you need to be collected the next day. The guide book, you are provided when you purchase a Baz Bus ticket tells you what time to expect them, you hop on, then hop off at the door of your hotel, no lugging huge heavy bags around public transport, no trying to navigate your way via complicated public transport systems or hesitate about your security and safety. This service made traveling via South Africa a dream.
Most people are in the same boat
Do not hesitate if you are lone, most other visitors are alone too and if you strike up a conversation on the bus or in a hostel, you can almost promise that it will be well received. You will not doubt view the same people all through your journey as most visitors are traveling the same way, so you will probably make friends extremely easily. If you get to a hostel and you want someone to share a trip with me and too afraid to approach any person, just ask the hostel owners and they will link you with any person.
Stay in hostels
If you want to meet people, the top location to meet people is in hostels, they are fun and sociable atmosphere with other likeminded people who are traveling around South Africa with South Africa holiday packages. They are generally very safe and will have lots of detail about trips that are arranged straight from your hostel door.
Even though you will be having fun, you still need to make sure you are being safe, and cities in South African can be extremely dangerous location. Anyway, if you bear this in mind, and stay with a group of people, stay with your trip guide and follow South Africa packages, in your hostel and or on your tourist bus you should have no issues whatsoever.