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  • Explore the Hanglip Hiking Trail

    Forming part of the Soutpansberg mountain range in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, the Hanglip mountain peak stands out as a prominent landmark which is visible from the N1 national ...

  • The Southern Line Rail Route

    Starting at the main train station in central Cape Town, the Southern Line rail route stops off at Newlands, Observatory, Muizenberg, Kalk Bay and Simon’s Town, offering passengers an ...

  • Johnny Clegg One Life Concert

    In a country that struggled with racism for so many years under the Apartheid regime, many people in South Africa went out of their way to help those who were oppressed. Johnny Clegg was one ...

  • Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Centre

    Managed by the Northern Cape Rock Art Trust, and funded through Kimberley's McGregor Museum, the Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Centre is located on a farm owned by the !Xun and Khwe peoples – ...

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What to See

  • Mpumalanga

    Witbank

    The name Witbank means “White Ridge”, as it was named by wagon drivers that used the white sandstone outcrop as a resting place. It wasn’t long before coal was discovered and farmers came from far and wide to transport the coal. Of course, with the coal mining industry gaining momentum, so did the number of residents, and Witbank was officially established in the year 1890. This Mpumalanga ...

  • Golf Courses

    Glendower

    Glendower Golf Club is a exquisitely designed golf course in Johannesburg, South Africa. Stunningly located with a tree-covered slope for a backdrop, Glendower boasts beautiful fairways and various hazards which finally lead to well-kept greens. A challenging golf course set amidst gorgeous surroundings, Glendower Golf Club is said to be a test for even the best golfers.

  • Parks

    Karoo National Park

    Karoo National Park, located in a vast unforgiving landscape, is the habitat of a diverse collection of flora and fauna. All life here is well adapted to survival in the harsh Great Karoo conditions. The Karoo National Park, with its sparse vegetative covering, is a game-viewers dream. The national park which at first glance may not seem to offer much to visitors, is in fact filled with ...

  • Hotels

    Hotels in Cape Town

    Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa - Recently voted by Travel & Leisure as Africa's leading hotel spa for 2009, Cape Town's Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa is the answer to every holiday wish. Set in scenic surroundings in Camps Bay, with the Atlantic Ocean stretching out in front and the majestic Twelve Apostle mountains as a backdrop, this award-winning five-star seaside resort offers guests a ...

  • Eastern Cape

    Hobie Beach

    Port Elizabeth’s Hobie Beach is probably the city’s most popular beach. Though there are various stretches of beach around the city’s coastline, Hobie is the top swimming and entertainment beach. Complete with a pier, close proximity to an entertainment complex, a lifeguard clubhouse, public toilets, showers, swimming pools and even an esplanade, there isn’t much you won't be able to do at ...

  • Ports

    Agriport in Durban

    Agriport, situated on Maydon Wharf in Durban, is a multi-purpose terminal with equipment to handle varied cargo consisting of neo-bulk, break-bulk and containers. Agriport is a joint venture between the South African Port Operations (SAPO) and Viamax. As the first port in South Africa to have a grain elevator, which was built in 1927, Agriport had a 42,000 ton capacity, which was only ...

  • Eastern Cape

    Queenstown

    The small town of Queenstown is located in the Eastern Cape Province, with the Hangklip Mountain as the backdrop. After being overlooked as a holiday destination for many years, interest in Queenstown has begun to develop, as more and more visitors discover the unmatched beauty of the landscapes surrounding the town and the numerous attractions and activities Queenstown has to offer. Due to ...

  • Regions

    Cities

    Cape Town Western Cape Cape Town, the epitome of a cosmopolitan community, is a city of opposites. The old 19th Century culture in the Bo Kaap area, is contrasted with the incredibly modern foreshore developments. Whichever your preference, you'll be amply pleased with variety that the City Bowl has to offer. By the world of standards.

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