Some interesting casinos to visit in Africa

Africa has perhaps not quite established itself as one of the first places many think of when considering locations for a gambling holiday, but it is beginning to make a name for itself in this area. However it is really not the whole continent that is becoming a casino centre, as most of this activity is centred in South Africa. It is here, in Vanderbijlpark, that you will find the Emerald Resort and Casino. Like so many other top South African casinos, this offers much more than just casino gaming, with fine restaurants, a ten-pin bowling alley, aquadome, spa and children’s areas.

It is this variety of entertainment that makes visiting places like this so worthwhile. This is mostly for those who enjoy playing table and slot games at your favourite online casino, such as GamingClub.com/au/online-roulette. After all, even the very best online casinos cannot yet provide you with a golf course to go with the poker and roulette, but this is what you will find at the Tusk Casino in Klerksdorp. This place does cater to those with the budgets of royalty, but also to the ordinary gambler, with the two provided with separate areas to game in. It also meets the needs of both smokers and those who hate being around cigarette fumes, as again both have separate sections. It is this commitment to everyone, alongside casino options like progressive blackjack that make The Tusk such a fine choice.

If you are in Africa with smaller children though, you may prefer to try the Sun City Casino which, like the Tusk, is found not far from Johannesburg. The safari park on offer here should delight kids who have never seen African animals close-up, while the choice of both regular table games and more unusual variants – like punto banco – should delight you. This is the South African casino/hotel that provides the finest combination of gaming and scenic beauty, as the setting is quite stunning.

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