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  • Cape Town’s Historic St George’s Cathedral

    Designed by renowned British architect, Sir Herbert Baker, the Cathedral Church of St George the Martyr, better known as St George's Cathedral, in Cape Town had its foundation stone laid in ...

  • Protecting South Africa’s Freshwater Ecosystems

    Under the banner of "Conservation in Action", the Endangered Wildlife Trust is dedicated to the conservation of southern Africa's threatened species and ecosystems, with its vision being to ...

  • Enjoy a Walk in the Karoo Desert NBG

    Located outside Worcester in the Western Cape Breede River Valley, the Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden is home to a comprehensive collection of succulents endemic to the arid Karoo ...

  • Visit Durban’s Top Attractions

    Affectionately referred to as "Durbs", the city of Durban is the capital of the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa and is the country's third largest city, after Johannesburg and Cape ...

  • Wildlife Conservation in South Africa

    With its head office based in Modderfontein, Gauteng, the Endangered Wildlife Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving threatened ecosystems and animal species in South ...

  • Zebras: Stunning and Unique

    Among the many animals to be viewed in South Africa's spectacular game reserves, the zebra is arguably one of the most distinctive, with black and white stripes as unique to each individual ...

  • Discover the Charming Town of Prince Albert

    Founded in 1762, the picturesque town of Prince Albert is located on the southernmost edge of the Great Karoo, with the majestic Swartberg Mountains as a backdrop. Thirteen of its beautifully ...

  • Loads of Edutainment at Pretoria Zoo

    The National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, better known as Pretoria Zoo, was in the news recently when one of its residents was thought to have been stolen. Dubbed by the press as ...

  • Explore the Klein Karoo Wine Route

    As the easternmost wine producing region in South Africa, the Klein Karoo Wine Route includes the area along Route 62 from the Langkloof in the East to Montagu in the west, with spectacular ...

  • Take Time to Meander Through Magaliesberg

    The Magaliesberg region offers a host of leisure-time options just an hour or so beyond the city limits of both Pretoria and Johannesburg. Established in 1998, the Magalies Meander is ...