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Eastern Cape

With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, nature lovers simply relish in the Eastern Cape’s abundance of beauty. Its rugged mountains, rough seas and dense forests make for the ideal place to hike, learn to surf or go for a game drive.

Free State

The Province of the Free State is situated in the middle of South Africa. Home to The Vaal and Orange rivers, this province offers river rafting adventures and the like to thrill-seekers. Central Free State is often referred to as “The Golden Country” for its stretches of corn and sunflower fields.


Experience the melting pot of culture that is Jo’burg. This “City of Gold” is where it’s happening; with a buzzing nightlife, stylish malls and luxurious hotels. Take a township tour of Soweto and visit Nelson Mandela’s house, or jet to Pretoria in the state-of-the-art Gautrain for a rugby game at Loftus Stadium.

Kwazulu Natal

The Zulu Kingdom has golden beaches with warm water, the amazing Drakensberg mountains and the lush farms of the Natal Midlands with some great game drives to embark on. Herds of African elephants can be seen on the Elephant Coast and there are some great walking safaris for the nature lover.


Limpopo borders Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, and a part of the Kruger Park is also situated in this province which attracts many tourists. Nestled in the heart of South Africa, Limpopo is endowed with an abundance of nature reserves and resorts due to the natural beauty of its surroundings. Game drives, the only Baobab tree in the country and over 300 bird species are but a few of its amazing attractions.


The main attraction of Mpumalanga is undoubtedly The Kruger National Park. See the Big Five in their natural habitat, the Bushveld. The Kruger Park has 5-star lodges right through to do-it-yourself camp sites. Embark on game viewing in your own vehicle, or choose a morning, afternoon or evening safari in an open 4×4 vehicle. Whichever options you choose, the experience promises a taste of the African wild!

North West

The North West province is home to the Pilanesberg National Park. Here you can experience the Big Five while on safari and enjoy the African sun while relaxing by the swimming pool in one of the luxurious lodges.  The province also offers the glitz and glamour of Sun City, home to the “Valley of the Lost City”, boasting a magnificent water park and offering various water sports activities. Sun City also has state-of-the-art hotels including the “Palace of the Lost City” – architecturally inspired by the heart of a mythical African kingdom in grand proportions, with its lush gardens having achieved Botanical Garden status in South Africa.

Northern Cape

The sparsely populated “Kalahari” is where the Khoisan Bushmen comes from, and you can still find small communities and their amazing rock art in the great Kalahari, with red sand stretching for what feels like forever.

Western Cape

With coasts bordering the Indian and Atlantic oceans, the Western Cape province is well-known for its port city of Cape Town, also known as the “Mother City” of the country. Cape Town is loved by tourists and locals alike. Table Mountain offers breath-taking views of the greater Cape, and the city itself is of a laid-back nature. One can sip on the Winelands’ award-winning wines and go for a hike in the Stellenbosch Mountains, a mere 20-minute drive from Cape Town. Explore the fishing towns along the West Coast, with its friendly people and down-to-earth cuisine, or enjoy whale watching in the town of Hermanus. The possibilities and sights are endless at the southernmost point of Africa!


Namibia is a great place to visit for nature lovers and those looking for a bit of adventure. Enjoy a 4×4 trip through the mighty Namib Desert, go hunting with the locals or simply marvel at the beauty of the place where ocean meets desert – this country’s silent landscapes and mesmerizing sunsets will leave a lasting impression on any visitor.


Explore the raw beauty of one of the world’s most sparsely populated countries. In addition to the delta and desert areas, Botswana boasts grasslands and savannas, where blue wildebeest, antelopes, and other mammals and birds are found.


From its friendly people to the beautiful shore of Lake Tanganyika, magnificent Zambia has earned a reputation for being one of the greatest holiday destinations in Africa. It’s a haven for wildlife and has amazing natural wonders, everything a traveler could ask for.


Mozambique’s spectacular coastline is scattered with the Bazaruto Archipelago islands, better described as paradise! This scenic country is famous for its deliciously huge Lorenzo Marques prawns, the laid-back lifestyle of its people, and the amazing Zambezi river that flows straight through its beautiful landscapes.

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