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South Africa is a big country. Its nine provinces each have a distinct personality and something special to offer the traveller. Unless you have a long time to spend flying between cities, you’ll need to choose one or two areas, and come back a few times for the rest. However, there are some features that apply to the whole country, and that...

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The Wilderness Hotel Resort & Spa

Wilderness
150 bedrooms
PPS from R 1,030

The Wilderness Hotel, situated on the beautiful Southern Cape coastline of South Africa is one of the Garden Route’s oldest and best-loved hotels. Combining old-style charm...


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Place on the Bay

Camps Bay
20 Apartments
Units from R 1,300

Place On The Bay in Camps Bay offers discerning guests a wide range of accommodation including studios, one- and two-bedroom suites and an exclusive Penthouse with an open-plan...


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Avondrood Guest House

Franschhoek
8 Bedrooms
PPS from R 1,450

Enjoy warm hospitality and personal service at Avondrood Guest House, a tranquil Cape Victorian farm style home located in Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands. Stylish, spacious...


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Fairways on The Bay

Camps Bay
8 rooms
Units from R 1,150

The Fairways on the Bay is a contemporary boutique hotel offering 8 elegantly styled and comfortable suites. The hotel is perfectly situated 100 meters from the beachfront of...


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Angala

Franschhoek
12 Luxury Rooms
PPS from R 3,375

Nestled in the heart of the famed Cape Winelands at the foot of the Simonsberg Mountains just outside picturesque Franschhoek, the 5-Star Angala Boutique Hotel is a tranquil...


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Whale's Way Ocean Retreat

Wilderness
2 Suites, 3 Rooms
Units from R 1,440

In Wilderness on the Garden Route, Whale’s Way is a stunning oceanfront retreat where you feel at home from the moment you arrive. Enjoy the spectacular Indian Ocean and...


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Kambaku River Sands Lodge

Timbavati Private Game Reserve
8 Luxury Chalets
PPS from R 8,720

In the heart of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, home to the world famous white lions and Big 5, within the Greater Kruger National Park. Owner-run, ensuring warmth and...


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4Roomed Ekasi Culture
Enjoy fine dining in the heart of the township....

iSimangaliso Wetland Park - World Heritage Site
iSimangaliso Wetland Park was listed as South Africa’s...

Neighbourgoods Market The Old Biscuit Mill
There are two Neighbourgoods Markets in South Africa –...

Tankwa Karoo National Park
Just a few hour’s drive from Cape Town brings you to...

Rastafarian Township Tour, Knysna
Travellers can experience regular tours around the...

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South Africa travel guide

South Africa is a big country. Its nine provinces each have a distinct personality and something special to offer the traveller. Unless you have a long time to spend flying between cities, you’ll need to choose one or two areas, and come back a few times for the rest. However, there are some features that apply to the whole country, and that make South Africa a very desirable destination. Firstly, the weak rand makes South Africa affordable to most of the Western world as well as the Far East. You can live it up here, eat first class food and drink exceptional wines, luxuriate in spa treatments, go on safaris and beach holidays and entertain your family for a fraction of the cost in your home country. Secondly, the weather is usually conducive to travel, being moderate for most of the year and only extremely hot or cold in a few areas. The entire country is crowded with peerless natural scenery, and it’s not just one kind of scenery. There are rocky coastlines, mountains and waterfalls, huge forests, deserts, scrub and bush, not to mention one of the six floral kingdoms of the world, found only in the Western Cape. South Africa’s wildlife is spectacular, from the famous big game to rare coastal birds. The highly organised game viewing operators may provide your only chance of seeing the Big Five up close.

If you love adventure and sports, the list of possibilities is immense, from paragliding, abseiling and bungee jumping, to deep sea diving, shark cage diving, boat safaris, from ziplining in treetops to foot safaris on game reserves. The cities have outstanding facilities – transport, connectivity, entertainment, food and wine that get rave reviews from international experts. South African people are warm and hospitable and represent one of the broadest range of cultures in the world – where else will you find eleven official languages?

This country’s history stirs the emotions, and its legacy can be seen today in the way that first and third world live side by side, and Western influences blend with tribal African traditions. Travelling here you will experience something different: there’s nothing homogenous, and plenty of the unexpected.

If you’re here for the first time, factor in at least three of these: