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  • Western Cape

    Robertson

    If any local is asked about the small town of Robertson, the first thought that comes to mind is wine. Located near the Langeberg Mountains, Robertson is dependent on the Breede River as it is the life blood to the surrounding farm land and vineyards. The quaint town has quiet streets, historical buildings and unique attractions to share with visitors and is a recommended destination on ...

  • Western Cape

    Montagu

    Breathtaking vineyards, spectacular rock formations, bubbling hot mineral springs and picturesque orchards are just a few features that earned Montagu the Engen Town of the Year 2002 Award. This charming piece of Western Cape heaven is located a mere two hours outside of Cape Town, and is popular with tourists as it offers exciting attractions and activities to explore this idyllic ...

  • Western Cape

    Franschhoek

    Franschhoek is one of the oldest towns in South Africa. Established in 1688 by French Huguenots, it is a destination that has developed into a historical masterpiece surrounded by beauty and offering visitors top class facilities as well as unforgettable attractions. Franschhoek is known for its spectacular wine estates, bustling stores and studios, and a village main street that is alive ...

  • Western Cape

    Paarl

    The quaint town of Paarl is located just outside the city of Cape Town in the Western Cape Province. Paarl is a town that combines historical magnificence, a unique landscape and exciting attractions to provide visitors with an unforgettable holiday. Beautifully restored buildings line the streets, with historical sites such as the Afrikaans Language Monument and the Off The Wall ...

  • Western Cape

    Ceres

    The town of Ceres, which is located near Worcester, in the Western Cape is known as one of the richest agricultural centers in South Africa. Endless orchards and farm land surround the town, decorated in the color and fragrances of apricots, apples, peaches, cherries and pears. Embraced by picturesque mountains that bring beauty to this peaceful region, Ceres is not just beautiful, but it ...

  • Western Cape

    Citrusdal

    Lying between the Swartberg and the Koue Bokkeveld mountains, the village of Citrusdal in the Western Cape Province of South Africa is surrounded by citrus orchards and wide open fields of cultivated rooibos and buchu, watered by the Olifants River that winds its way through the fertile valley. This picturesque village is a mere two hour drive from Cape Town and is the gateway to the ...

  • Mpumalanga

    Sabie

    Surrounded by one of the world's largest man-made forests and set on the banks of the Sabie River in a deep valley of the Drakensberg escarpment, the charming town of Sabie in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa is a popular tourist destination. Sabie is renowned for its awe-inspiring scenery and magnificent waterfalls with interesting, and descriptive names, such as the Bridal Veil ...

  • Mpumalanga

    Dullstroom

    With stunning scenery, a host of great activities and locals known for their warm hospitality, the quaint little town of Dullstroom in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa is the perfect vacation destination. Located on the Steenkampsberg Plateau at an altitude of 2076 above sea level, Dullstroom’s climate and rainfall conditions support a wide variety of flora, with many species of wild ...

  • 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 ...

  • Mpumalanga

    Middelburg

    The Stainless Steel Capital of Africa goes by the name of Middelburg. It is located in the Mpumalanga Province and has grown into an industrial hub since its establishment in 1864. It was originally named Nasareth, but was renamed in 1872 to reflect its location half way between Lydenburg and Pretoria. The town has developed not only as an economic center, but as a popular holiday ...