Each year South Africa grows in recognition as a great destination for holiday makers from other countries. South Africa is bursting with wildlife, culture and landscapes – all waiting to be explored!
Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula up to Cape Point, are famous for scenic beauty; celebrity beaches; Table Mountain; whale-watching; world-class shopping, nightlife, food & wine; and a laid-back atmosphere. For one of the best views in Cape Town, enjoy a picnic atop Cape Town’s Table Mountain, one of the official new 7 Wonders of Nature.
Cape Town is famous for its winter swell, when surfing is an absolute must. Beginners are advised to visit Muizenberg and Big Bay, whereas experienced and big wave surfers will enjoy Llandudno, The Hoek, Hout Bay, Glen Beach, Dunes, Long Beach, the Crayfish Factory, or the Kalk Bay Reef.
Durban is South Africa’s self-styled ‘playground’, where year-round warm weather encourages visitors to make the most of the province’s outdoor lifestyle.
South Africa’s first world heritage site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, has the largest estuary system in Africa and the continents Southernmost coral reefs.
Combining sheer natural beauty with a wealth of biological diversity, the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa or uKhahlamba (the Barrier of Spears) is a 200-kilometre-long mountainous wonderland and world heritage site.
Known as South Africa’s Eden, the famous Garden Route traverses an area rich in natural beauty and charm, attracting adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Rugged and untamed, the Wild Coast offers deserted beaches, dolphins, horseback and hiking trails, cosy resorts, golf, gambling, mystical history, Xhosa heritage and the Hole-in-the-Wall.
With its amazing lagoon and surrounding forests, Knysna is a friendly and interesting town right in the heart of the fabled Garden Route!
Few regions in the world can match the extraordinary beauty of the Lowveld and escarpment in Mpumalanga. The Kruger National Park nature reserve supports the greatest variety of wildlife species on the African continent. It is roughly the size of Wales, or the state of Massachusetts (USA), which makes it the eighth largest reserve in the world.
The Free State is famous for its wide open plains, exquisite sandstone mountains and historical significance. Exploring the province’s nature reserves and mountains, museums and monuments and extensive cultural heritage are popular Free State attractions. It is home to the Vredefort Dome, the world’s oldest meteorite impact site, ancient San rock art and dinosaur remains and fossils.
The economic powerhouse of region, Johannesburg is home to Africa’s greatest cities. Situated on South Africa’s Highveld, a high-altitude grassy plateau, the province is home to the picturesque Magaliesberg and Witwatersberg mountain ranges. The province is also the site of coal and diamond extraction operations, but it is best known for its gold deposits.
Limpopo is one of South Africa’s best kept secrets with much to offer, from hiking, nature reserves and historical sites. Limpopo is renowned for its impressive mountains, including the Soutpansberg and Waterberg. There are a number of tourism routes and trails that open up these mountainous regions with their abundant fauna and flora to visitors.
South Africa’s scenic wonders are legendary. From Table Mountain to God’s Window, our mountains, forests, coasts and deserts will feast your eye and lift your spirit…Go almost anywhere in SA and experience the ultimate combo of nature, wildlife, culture, adventure, heritage and vibe.