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  • Cape Town to Host New Arts Festival

    Already well-established as a cultural hub in South Africa, Cape Town is adding a new arts festival to its annual events calendar this year. The inaugural Cape Town Fringe is set to take place ...

  • Explore the Bontebok National Park

    Established in 1931 to protect the bontebok population, the Bontebok National Park is located in the Cape Floral Region in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. With the Breede River ...

  • Take Time Out in Tulbagh

    Located on the northern edge of the Breede River Valley in the Cape Winelands district of the Western Cape, the historic town of Tulbagh lies on land that was granted to Dutch and ...

  • Adventure Tourism in the Drakensberg

    With its spectacular and varied terrain the Maloti-Drakensberg Route offers thrill-seekers a host of opportunities for adventure. Rock climbing enthusiasts will be spoiled for choice with ...

  • Cheetah Conservation in Somerset West

    Renowned as the world's fastest land animal, the cheetah has the ability to move from a stationary position to 100 km/h within three seconds, and can reach speeds of 120 km/h over ...

  • Mellow Out in Marvellous Montagu

    The Western Cape Province town of Montagu is located at the confluence of the Kingna and Keisie rivers around 180km from Cape Town. Considered to be one of the Cape's most beautifully ...

  • Visit the Museums of Pretoria

    Located in the Gauteng Province of South Africa, Pretoria is often referred to as the "Jacaranda City" – a reference to the thousands of Jacaranda trees that line the streets and are found ...

  • Take a Hop-on, Hop-off Tour of Cape Town

    As one of South Africa's top tourism destinations, Cape Town offers a number of ways to explore its historic landmarks, cultural attractions and natural beauty. Popular options for getting ...

  • Explore the Maloti-Drakensberg TFCA

    Recognizing the area as having both cultural and natural features of universal value, the Maloti-Drakensberg Park was listed with the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations ...

  • Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve

    Entering the ocean at Muizenberg on Cape Town's False Bay coast, the 300-hectare Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve is home to more than 150 species of birds, as well as around twenty species ...