The sheer sights that are present on this release are stunning. While individuals watching Best of Travel: South Africa will undoubtedly drive by some sort of interesting panoramas on a daily basis, this program hits viewers with vista after vista. This set captures three episodes hosted by Rudy Maxa, focusing (in order) on the safari process, Cape Town (South Africa) and gardens and wineries. In my opinion, each program showcases a different side to this storied country.
Where the first focuses on an early-modern sort of happening, the South Africa episode showcases the cutting-edge aspect of one of Africa’s most modern societies. An individual’s view of South Africa is completed by the time that the wineries / garden ends; where it may cost thousands of dollars to make it over and through the country, this value-priced set is accessible to all.
The combination pack makes it easy to gift, and will act as an automatic upgrade for those that are currently in the market for a Blu-Ray player. With all of these astonishing trips around the country captured into one pack, there is no reason why someone who fancies themselves a world traveler should not prepare themselves with these episodes. Kudos to Questar for making what would normally be hard to find releases into a cohesive (and cheap) pack accessible to all.
Best of Travel: South Africa (Blu-Ray + DVD) / 2011 Questar / 75 Minutes / http://www.questar1.com