Google Maps gets Street View of top SA tourist attractions

Discover South Africa through the new Mzansi Experience on Google Maps.

By - March 8, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Google South Africa has launched the Mzansi Experience – Discover South Africa on Google Maps.

The Mzansi Experience is a Google Street View collection that will provide users with the opportunity to go on virtual tours of SA’s top attractions.

Using images collected by Google in partnership with SANParks, Google has created 360-degree imagery of some of South Africa’s top tourist locations.

There are more than one billion monthly active users on Google Maps services.

The Discover SA on Google Maps collection includes:

  • Table Mountain National Park
  • Cape of Good Hope
  • Kruger National Park
  • West Coast National Park
  • Lion’s Head
  • Signal Hill
  • Golden Mile
  • Sunset Beach
  • Clifton Beach
  • Hout Bay
  • Llandudno Beach
  • Camps Bay Beach
  • Boulder’s Beach

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