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  • Vulture Conservation in South Africa

    As southern Africa's only endemic vulture species, the Cape vulture population has been reduced to an estimated 2,900 breeding pairs across its range. Listed as 'Endangered' by the ...

  • Ramsar Wetlands: Barberspan and Blesbokspruit

    Named for the city in Iran where the treaty was signed in 1971, the Ramsar Convention is an international treaty aimed at conserving wetlands deemed to be of economic, cultural, scientific ...

  • Explore the Sevilla Rock Art Trail

    Winding alongside the Brandewyn River in the Cedarberg region of the Western Cape, the 4km long Sevilla Rock Art Trail incorporates nine rock art sites, providing intriguing insight into the ...

  • Enjoy the Tranquility of Rondvlei Nature Reserve

    Home to the only hippos in the Western Cape Province, and a spectacular bird watching destination, the Rondevlei Nature Reserve incorporates parts of Grassy Park, Lavenderhill and ...

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What to See

  • Kwazulu Natal

    Thousand Hills

    The evocatively named Valley of a Thousand Hills, 45 km from Durban, makes for a picturesque drive along the edge of densely folded hills where

  • North West


    You don’t have to be an archaeologist in order to appreciate the beauty and value of ancient rock art. As spindly stick figures dance across the surface of the rock, it is easy to imagine what sort of heroic battles or epic journeys they depict. Masterful hunts where the kills provided food for months on end. Massive migrations from one geographical zone to the next in the search of food and ...

  • Gauteng


    Consisting of thirty-two suburbs, the town of Randburg lies on the northwestern boundary of Johannesburg in the Gauteng Province of South Africa. Taking its name from the South African currency which in 1959 replaced the pound sterling, Randburg was awarded town status in July of that same year.

  • Western Cape

    Boulders Beach

    Located on the False Bay coast near Simonstown, Boulders Beach consists of a number of small sandy bays sheltered by huge granite boulders (hence the name) which are thought to be more than 540 million years old. With clear blue water on one side and indigenous bush on the other, Boulders Beach forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and is a popular destination for sun-loving ...

  • Mpumalanga


    Located just 10 kilometers from the Phabeni Gate of Kruger National Park, Hazyview is aptly named for the hot summer haze that veils the landscape. Hazyview is the ideal destination from which to explore the Kruger Park and other popular game reserves in Mpumalanga. With fantastic accommodation options and plenty to see and do, you will definitely want to spend some time in this fantastic ...

  • Kwazulu Natal


    The town of Vryheid in KwaZulu-Natal Province lies southward along the R33 in the valley at the foot of the Zungwini Mountain. It is the centre of coal mining and cattle farming in the district and being an old town with a historical past, there are a number of national monuments in the town. Decisive battles were fought in the vicinity during the Anglo Boer War.

  • Attractions

    Art Galleries

    If you love art, then you will find that South Africa has a thriving art scene. From traditional artifacts to cutting-edge artistic trends, the country produces virtually every type of art imaginable. Many artists prefer to draw on local sources for inspiration, but others travel overseas and then combine what they have learned at home with what they discover during their travels. The result ...

  • Stellenbosch

    Rembrandt Van Rijn

    Traveling down Dorp Street in Stellenbosch, visitors will come to the gabled mansion of Libertas Pavia. This elegant building houses the Rembrandt van Rijn art gallery as well as the Stellenryk Wine Museum. The fascinating Rembrandt van Rijn Art Gallery, named for the famed artist, contains a variety of works by artists such as Irma Stern, Anton Van Wouw and Pierneef.


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