South Africa is famous for its diversity – of people, wildlife, scenery, habitats and experiences. With so much going on, it’s difficult to keep track of all the fascinating facts about the country, but here are a few of the country’s claims to fame ...
From the endless rolling hills, to wild coastline to jagged mountain ranges, South Africa is home to some of the greatest rural landscapes in the world. This week’s #TravelChatSA looked at the beauty and challenges of rural South Africa.
With more than six decades of exceptional service under the belt, Umhlanga’s Oyster Box hotel needs little introduction. The establishment’s attention to detail and legendary status has kept generations of loyal guests returning over the years.
There is something incredibly engaging about wide open spaces adorned with strikingly coloured wild flowers, bare desert landscapes, shrubs and diverse wilderness. These are some of the characteristic of the arid parks of South Africa.
Did you know that South Africa is home to the world’s smallest ostrich, the southern hemisphere’s largest port and the world’s oldest meteor scar? Fascinating, largely unknown facts about South Africa were the focus of last night’s #TravelChatSA.
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