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  • Cape Winelands

    War Monument

    The Hildebrand Anglo-Boer War Monument and grave site is located along Route 27 on the West Coast near

  • Grahamstown

    Settlers Monument

    If you ever visit the charming town of Grahamstown and head in the direction of Rhodes University, you will find that right at the top of the hill on the edge of town, a massive square structure juts out proudly against the sky. This building is the 1820 Settlers National Monument - a living monument which not only honors those brave English settlers who arrived on the continent so many ...

  • Limpopo

    Polokwane

    Situated at the heart of the Limpopo Province, Polokwane is the provincial capital of the region. It is also the largest city on the Great North Road between Pretoria and the border. The city is incredibly beautiful and filled with a number of excellent attractions. It also has virtually any facility and amenity you can think of, so you can count on your stay here being a most enjoyable one.

  • Gauteng

    Pretoria

    Each October the city of Pretoria begins to transform into a haze of lilac and purple as the trees that afforded it the nickname of 'Jacaranda City' come into bloom. Pretoria is only fifty kilometers away from Johannesburg, and yet it boasts a completely different atmosphere. This city takes a more laid back approach, typically from the students who attend the Pretoria University and flood ...

  • Eastern Cape

    King Williams Town

    The national road (N2) leads through pleasant rural landscapes to the historical town named in honor of King William IV of Britain. King William's Town, situated on the upper stretches of the Buffalo River, originated as a mission station in 1826. During the Xhosa wars the town was proclaimed the capital of the province of British Kaffraria and during 1857, two thousand German ...