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Jozi, Jo'burg or Egoli to its friends - the city is a vibrant melting pot of humanity that ensures you won’t walk alone when exploring the city’s many cultural and leisure attractions...
Cape Town's attractions have made it a famed destination for many Hollywood movies and European travelers alike.
Take a trip to on the Cape Winelands and taste our homegrown wines; see..
Durban is South Africa’s most popular domestic holiday city and it’s easy to see why. It has miles of soft, sandy swimming beaches, great surfing and warm weather all year round...
Kruger National Park is a world-acclaimed safari tour destination and part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park between Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe – the world’s greatest..
Port Elizabeth’s long stretches of white beach and its historical significance have resulted in the city experiencing a revival of sorts. PE, as it is fondly known, is a vibrant city..
Although Pretoria has a strong Afrikaner flavour, English is used widely here. You can also hear a combination of languages spoken on the streets - anything from south Sotho to..
Rugged and extraordinarily beautiful, the Addo Elephant National Park is a stunning safari escape, and a Big 7 destination, elephant, leopard, rhino, buffalo, lion, whales and great white..
The capital city of the Free State Province, Bloemfontein has the laid-back, friendly vibe of a country town. Hanging with the locals is a must because people here still believe in..
Go on a geological joyride to the Blyde River Canyon. Follow the famed Panorama Route beginning with a photo-stop at the impressive Berlin Falls that tumble 80m into a clear pool below..
The uKhuhlamga Drakensberg Park - whether you go by the Zulu name, uKhuhlamba meaning ‘barrier of spears’, or the Afrikaans name Drakensberg meaning ‘dragon mountains’, you’ll get..
A legendary resort and a fantastic hangout place for the whole family – Sun City theme park is in North West province. This fantasy fun land was built on the mythical “Valley of the..
Taking its name from the San word for ‘tawny’, the Gariep (Orange) River carves a 15 km gorge through the rock-strewn landscape of Augrabies Falls National Park, before a 56 m waterfall..
Self-drive safari lovers and 4x4 enthusiasts should head for the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. On your sojourn discover solitude, photogenic landscapes and extraordinary wildlife like..
Shamwari Private Game Reserve stands in a class of its own. It has been voted the best game reserve and conservation company in South Africa for 10 consecutive years.
The reserve has..
Unspoilt beaches and legendary diving experiences benchmark Sodwana Bay Marine Reserve as a marine safari not to be missed. Rated one of the world’s top dive sites, scuba fanatics flock..
Margate Beach is the sort of beach where someone will offer to help set up your umbrella, invite you to a game of volleyball or catch hold of your over-excited toddler who's making a..
The Wild Coast, Eastern Cape, couldn't be more aptly named: lush green hills give way to craggy cliffs and spectacular beaches with sheltered bays, coves and lagoons, all framed by unruly..
The Howick Falls or KwaNogqaza ('the tall one') as the local Zulus call it, lies some 24km from Pietermaritzburg in the popular KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, a prime tourist region with abundant..
De Hoop Nature Reserve in the Western Cape province is most famous for its incredible whale watching, but offers much more to do and see for the whole family.
The reserve is situated in..
African majesty and the Big 5, rhino, lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo, await just a stone’s throw from Johannesburg, in the magical malaria-free bushveld of the Pilanesberg National..
Sharing a common border with Greater Kruger National Park, the Timbavati is classic safari territory, so expect authentic wildlife encounters in pristine bushveld and superlative game..
Known as 'the place of clear water', Tsitsikamma National Park protects fragile marine reefs and tidal pools; and vigilant nature lovers will find rich rewards, from mammoth Humpback whales..
Discover 162 000 hectares of pristine mountain terrain, stretching from the Pakhuis Pass in the north to Grootrivier in the south, when you visit the Cederberg wilderness.
Follow in the..
Visitors arrive in Clarens and suddenly find themselves in a frenzy of art-buying, restaurant-hopping, cycling, game driving, trout fishing, birding and late-night partying; then ask..
Kimberley, the capital of SA’s Northern Province is known as the diamond city, and there’s much to be explored by the intrepid traveler.
Let’s start with the heartbeat of Kimberley..
International safari connoisseurs rate Sabi Sand Game Reserve and its multi-award-winning safari lodges as a must-see wildlife destination. Unfenced and adjoining southern Kruger National..
Named after the Nels River, Nelspruit is host to many attractions and activities, including a crocodile farm, elephant sanctuary, the oldest caves on Earth and a remarkable botanical..
Officially founded in 1851 by Boers who had trekked into the area a decade earlier, Rustenburg is one of the oldest towns in the North West province and makes for a great base from which to..
Zulu villages, found all through the KwaZulu-Natal province, are an integral part of this fiercely proud people's traditional way of life.
The Zulu, meaning ‘people of the heavens'..
East London is also known as Buffalo City because it lies between the Nahoon River in the north and the Buffalo River to the south. It is the only river port in South Africa and is located..
At the foothills of the Maluti-Drakensberg lies Golden Gate Highlands National Park, a spectacle of towering sandstone cliffs that turn gold, rose and russet-hued in the early morning and..
Pietermaritzburg is the capital and second largest city in KwaZulu-Natal. It was founded in 1838 and is set amidst the forested hills and rolling countryside of the Natal-Midlands. The city..
The triumph of Richards Bay, South Africa is that it has retained its natural beauty while growing into a sophisticated, highly industrialised business centre that is able to offer..
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