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Taimur Ali Khan Styled South African Vacations For The Win!

MediaInfoline December 20, 2018
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The delightful and charming Taimur Ali Khan, will turn all of two years old on 20th December – and to ring in his birthday, mommy Kareena Kapoor and daddy Saif Ali Khan, are all set to take the little one to sunny South Africa. Cape Town, in South Africa, is well-known for its wildlife offerings and the little Nawab is ready to witness it firsthand.

With its beautiful scenery, thriving wildlife, numerous adventure sports and rich cultural & historic roots, the rainbow nation of South Africa, makes for the perfect getaway to have an unforgettable experience with kids. We can’t wait to see images of prince Taimur with the big cats in South Africa on social media.

While we await captures of all the cuteness, we’ve put down a list of offerings that South Africa has in store for the young‘uns:

Wildlife

South Africa boasts deep pockets of wildlife regions and game parks encircling every possible landscape from deserts to forests, mountains to coast, teeming with wildlife species. South Africa’s savannah regions are still home to large numbers of the mammals universally associated with Africa – including Africa’s Big 5: Leopard, Lion, Buffalo, Elephant and Rhinoceros.

Adventure

With over 300 adventure activities and counting, South Africa is undoubtedly the adventure capital of the world. The country has options across world-class climbing, surfing, diving, hiking, horseback safaris, mountain biking, river rafting – and just about any other extreme sport you can name, and all supported by dedicated and authorized operators.

Cultural & Historical Attractions

A big part of what makes South Africa special is its empowering history and unique cultures and traditions. South Africa is alive with historic and cultural depth and it really is the foundation of this nation’s beauty!

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