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  • Thousand Hills

    Phezulu

    Against the backdrop of the world famous Valley of 1000 Hills, is the location of the PheZulu (meaning high up) Village. Here at the PheZulu Safari Park, visitors are able to truly feel the rhythm of Africa, by getting an inside look into the Zulu culture and its fascinating lifestyle and rituals. The friendly Gasa Clan, will invite you into their world, which is likely ...

  • Sandton

    Monte Casino

    Monte Casino in Johannesburg was opened in November 2000. Since its opening it has become the most visited attraction in the province, averaging about eight million visitors a year. Being the most popular entertainment attraction has been affirmed by the venue receiving readers choice awards, including Best Entertainment Complex, Best Cinema Complex and Best Casino.

  • Amanzimtoti

    Bird Sanctuary

    Are you looking for an escape from the bustle of every-day life? Feel like getting back in touch with nature? Amanzimtoti Bird Sanctuary, just 20 km from Durban city center, is the ideal haven for you. A lovely natural area dedicated to our feathered friends, Amanzimtoti Bird Sanctuary is great for the entire family, couples and individuals seeking some alone time. Just picture yourself ...

  • North Coast

    Zimbali

    Zimbali is a coastal resort near Umhlanga Rocks, on the North Coast of ZwaZulu Natal. Zimbali Coastal Resort is often referred to as an oasis, because of its natural beauty and the tranquil lifestyle. The serenity of the shaded forest foot paths, the calm of the ocean, and the relaxing activities are irresistible. Many fast paced city dwellers have relocated to Zimbali, ...

  • Heidelberg

    Suikerbosrand

    When visiting the picturesque town of Heidelberg, there is one attraction that should not be missed out on: the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve. A mere one hour drive from the busting city of Johannesburg, the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve, is a haven of tranquility and breathtaking wildlife. With various options available to explore the reserve and comfortable accommodation, visitors are ...

  • Durban

    Umgeni

    Umgeni River Bird Park in Durban is rated amongst the world's top bird parks and sanctuaries. A magical walk through a magnificent display of colors, bird calls and fresh air, Umgeni Bird Park is an unforgettable experience for the entire family. Discover a vast variety of both indigenous and exotic bird species, housed in their natural habitat. Be sure to spend a morning, or even an entire ...

  • Pretoria

    National Zoo

    The National Zoological Gardens, or better known as the Pretoria Zoo, was established in 1899. It attracts thousands of local and international visitors every year. The Pretoria Zoo is the only zoo within South Africa that has the honor of having National Status, making this zoo a leading attraction in Pretoria.

  • East London

    Zoo

    If you’re visiting East London with your children in tow, take a trip to the Queens Park Zoo and Gardens. This small but fascinating zoo houses a variety of animals to keep children and adults of all ages occupied for hours. Whether your children prefer reptiles, fish, birds or mammals, they’ll find something they like at the Queens Park Zoo. What’s more, the entry fee is kept as low as ...

  • Johannesburg

    Florence Bloom

    Florence Bloom Bird Sanctuary is situated inside the grounds of Delta Park, in Johannesburg. The Delta Environmental Centre was approached by the Florence Bloom Bird Sanctuary founder, Norman Bloom, 25 years ago, in regard to opening the park, from which the Centre got its beginnings.

  • Parks

    Golden Gate National Park

    As the breathtaking Brandwag rock silently watches over the main rest camp, the sun playfully cascades and reflects shades of gold on the sandstone cliffs. This is how the Golden Gate Highlands National Park was named. The Golden Gate National Park is true highland habitat, and provides 11,600 hectares of unique, protected living environment to it’s many inhabitants. The ...