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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

  • Activities

    Surfing

    Whether you’re a long boarder, surfer, body-boarder, knee boarder or just a beach lover, South Africa is the place to go. The country is jam-packed with excellent surf-spots just waiting to take your breath – and sometimes your board – away. South Africa has a very large surfing community and virtually every coastal city has its fair share of pros, horror stories, surf spots and legends. ...

  • Cape Town Art Galleries

    Hout Bay Gallery

    The Hout Bay Gallery is situated in the coastal town of Hout Bay, which is a 20 minute drive from South Africa's Mother City, Cape Town. The Hout Bay Art Gallery was established in 1984, and concentrates on exhibiting works of local South African Artists, such as Glen Tong, Katharine Wood, and many others.

  • Kwazulu Natal

    Amanzimtoti

    Amanzimtoti earned its name, according to tradition, because it was here that King Shaka slaked his thirst, in the river that took the same name. Toti (toe-tee), as the resort is known to locals, is the largest town along the upper South Coast, yet feels more like a beachside suburb than a city in its own right. Outside weekends and school holidays - when its high-rise ...

  • Kwazulu Natal

    Ballito Beach

    Throughout the year holiday-makers flock to the up-market holiday town of Ballito on the KwaZulu Natal North Coast to enjoy the temperate climate, warm Indian Ocean, sandy beaches, rocky tidal pools and general laid-back atmosphere. Referred to as the Dolphin Coast because of the regular sightings of these intelligent sea mammals, the KwaZulu Natal North Coast boasts some beautiful beaches, ...

  • Radisson Hotels

    Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton

    The Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton offers five-star luxury, service, hospitality and convenience in the heart of South Africa's most affluent business district. Located on the corner of Daisy Street and Rivonia Road in Sandton, the hotel offers easy access to multi-national companies, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the Sandton Convention Center and a selection of world-class shopping malls, as ...

  • Ports

    Port of Durban

    The Port of Durban has been in operation since the 19th century and continues to provide an essential service to South Africa’s substantial import/export trade. Managed by South African Port Operations (SAPO), Durban’s port handles substantial volumes of cargo and received passenger ships from around the world.

  • Mpumalanga

    Waterval Boven

    As one of the towns along the picturesque Highlands Meander in what is known as the 'Trout Triangle' of the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, Waterval Boven offers visitors a host of activities and attractions, including some of South Africa’s best fly-fishing spots. Waterval Boven,meaning 'above the waterfall' in Dutch, is located on the fringe of an escarpment in the Drakensberg ...

  • Stellenbosch

    Wineries

    The original Stellenbosch Wine Route was established in 1971, also known as the Stellenbosch American Express Wine Route, and is undoubtedly one of the most popular attractions in the Western Cape. Not only has the Stellenbosch American Express Wine Route promoted the wineries in the Stellenbosch area, but more than 200 wine and grape producers, for over 30 years. Most of the wineries on the ...

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