Learn English in South Africa – one of the most stunning places on Earth
In addition to learning English, to study abroad in South Africa is to go to one of the most wonderful countries on our planet, with spectacular landscape, exciting cities, and unique cultural diversity. It is a country that gives you the opportunity to explore a unique new culture, unique food, and entertainment while you learn English. So why do we believe it is a good idea to pack your bags and leave for South Africa?
The welcome from South African people
Despite some difficult times in recent history, the people of South Africa are proud, friendly and welcoming to international students. They are known for being very kind, polite and are always willing to help. They really are lovely people.
Go on a safari
This is one of the many reasons students are attracted to South Africa. You simply cannot learn English in South Africa and not go on a safari. There are several nature reserves with tours so that you can see wild animals in their natural habitat.
The exciting challenge is to try to see the Big Five – five most difficult safari animals in Africa to hunt on foot. The Big Five animals are elephants, buffalos, leopards, rhinoceros, and lions.
If you like adventure, South Africa has many heart-pounding attractions if you are brave enough! Try bungee jumping, which is a South African classic.
For those who like to catch waves, South Africa has 3 thousand kilometers of coastline for surfing.
And for those who want even more adrenaline, you can dive with sharks! You can do this only 2 hours drive from Cape Town in Gansbaai. You can dive in a safety cage and use pieces of tuna to attract sharks and see these amazing animals up close.
For those who like to shop, in South Africa, you will find large shopping malls with many large stores offering unique gifts from the country.
South Africa is among the top wine producers in the world and there are an estimated 340 wineries across the country. You can tour the wineries and learn about production processes, and enjoy tastings that include which cheese or even chocolate to pair with a specific wine.
There are many language schools to choose from in South Africa – so how do you decide where to learn English in South Africa? We recommend you to consider members of Education South Africa (EduSA) – the national association who promote quality EFL institutions. All Edu SA members have to pass the EduSA inspection and maintain high standards set by EduSA, so it’s quality guaranteed!
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