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The uniqueness of the Free State National Botanical Garden is in its Succulent Garden and Garden of Hope. The Succulent Garden aims to introduce visitors to some of the...

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Designed around a magnificent plane tree avenue and other century-old trees, this historic garden enthrals visitors with displays of indigenous forest and grassland plants. The...

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En route to the Kruger National Park, this African garden occupies an outstandingly beautiful site in the subtropical heart of Mpumalanga province.The character of the Garden...

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Discover the breath-taking Witpoortjie Waterfall, beautifully landscaped indigenous gardens and a nature reserve along the Roodekrans Ridge. This Garden covers almost 300ha of...

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This 76ha urban oasis is a pristine getaway from the nearby city. A visit to the Pretoria National Botanical Garden promises to be an exciting venture. Visit the traditional...

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Visitors can sit back and relax as they watch African wild dogs and cheetahs feed two metres away. Enjoy the opportunity to view the rare King Cheetah up close, as well as the...

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The centre is renowned for its breeding success in cheetah, African wild dog, the rare king cheetah and various other endangered species. By prior booking, visitors to the...

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As one of the top tourist attractions in Cape Town, the Two Oceans Aquarium on the V&A Waterfront showcases the beauty and diversity of life from the Indian and Atlantic...

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Table Mountain, an official New 7 Wonder of Nature, is one of South Africa’s premier tourist attractions. Table Mountain Aerial Cableway allows visitors to experience the best...

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The magnificent world-famous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is the jewel in the crown of the Floral Kingdom and is regarded as one of the top seven botanical gardens in...

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Paarl & Wellington

Cape Winelands

Paarl offers many attractions - from visits to the Afrikaans Language Monument and Paarl Mountain to wine and olive oil. The Paarl Mountain Nature Reserve was established to...

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This beautiful, secluded Garden is nestled between mountain and sea, where steams of amber-coloured water flow, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg...

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The Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden is the only truly succulent botanical garden in the southern hemisphere and on the African continent. Against the backdrop of the...

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The Hantam National Botanical Garden, SANBI’s first wild garden, is located just outside the town of Nieuwoudtville in the Northern Cape. The garden is world renowned for its...

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The North West Province of South Africa is a rewarding holiday destination that offers not only a rich cultural and historical heritage, but also numerous wildlife and...

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The fourth largest park in South Africa, Pilanesberg is a melting pot of topographies – which include syenite koppies, forested ravines, bush veld and rolling grasslands and...

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Bayworld

Eastern Cape

Bayworld is unique in Southern Africa as it embraces a natural and cultural history Museum, combined with a Dinosaur Park, Reptile Park and an Aquarium. It is located in the...

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The Paarl Mountain was declared a National Monument in October 1963 and it is now managed as a nature reserve. Heritage resources within the Reserve include, three day braai...

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Red Dune Route

Northern Cape

The Kalahari Red Dune Route forms part of the Green Kalahari in the Northern Cape. This route networks a group of highly individual guesthouse farms and game reserves where one...

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Breathtaking and exciting outdoor recreation in Joburg:Johannesburg Zoo: The zoo is unique, being the only zoo in Africa to house animals from the Amazon; and one of two zoos...

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