The Soccer World Cup might be the main reason for making a trip to the wonderfully diverse country of South Africa, but that's not all the nation has to offer. From cultural villages and historical sites to fantastic game reserves and parks, South Africa is definitely worth exploring. Ian Dickinson has complied a list of the top eight things to do in this vibrant country.
South Africa may be hosting the biggest sporting event of the year, but the country is also putting on several arts, music, culture and food festivals in June and July. Ian Dickinson has complied a list of the nation's top eight winter festivals happening before, during and after the Soccer World Cup 2010.
The World Cup is the biggest sporting event on earth, so even if you won't be in South Africa for the tournament this year you can enjoy some of these great articles from BootsnAll's very own World Cup Blog. And if you are going to South Africa, there are travel tips here, too.
The World Cup may be about sports, but it's also a chance to join BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel for a virtual tour of all the countries that have played host to this historic tournament since its inception back in 1930, including memorable moments from each year.
People from all over the world will converge on South Africa next year for the World Cup. Even if you aren't a big soccer fan, Travis Clark thinks that it will be one of the premier travel events of 2010.
A good soccer game isn't just about the venue, it's about the atmosphere created by crazed fans. So BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel took a spin around the world to find some of the best rivalries in soccer.