South Africa’s landscape and location have come to be among the best export goods in the world. As one of the world’s premier tourism destinations, South Africa offers locations filled with beauty, symbolism and a rich history of human endeavour. From the Alpine mountains and lakes, tropical-style beaches, rolling wheat fields, mysterious forests, meteorite descents of the Tswaing region, to the Maropeng cradle of humankind plateau. You can find just about any scenic view in this one country, be it dessert areas of the Kalahari or the lush forestry of KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga regions; from mud huts to business district skyscrapers that can rival most cities in the world, South Africa has got it.
There are many faces to the South African landscape that add to its unique culture. For Lord of War alone, South Africa doubled for more than 14 countries, including Bolivia, Beirut, Sierra Leon, Indonesia, Berlin and even New York.
South Africa is one of the most affordable countries to film in. With exchange rates revolving in the regions of R7.44 to about R8.83 against the American dollar in 2009, there really is a wide savings gap that stand to be gained from the favourable rate fluctuations.For more information on locations and venues see the links below: