The book, Make the Most of your Time in South Africa, covers 17 of the most popular tourist routes in South Africa, from biggies like the Kruger National Park to some not-so-well-known destinations such as the Karoo.
You may well find it surprising that many South African towns and cities have namesakes overseas, and they look very different to our well-known local spots. Take a little Street View tour of some of the more unusual examples ...
South Africa’s Rainbow Nation status goes way beyond our vast culture and heritage; it also applies to a succulent range of food and beverages that South Africans cannot get enough of and tourists have to try.
Kevin Paul is a South African swimmer who received a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. Although he is now based in Durban, training for the Rio 2016 Games, he remains passionate about his hometown, Port Elizabeth.
The Florida Road strip is probably Durban’s most well-patronised stretch of real estate, thanks to an eclectic mix of restaurants, pubs, shops, galleries and churches, complemented by a welcoming old-world-meets-new atmosphere.
There’s nothing like a visit to a theme park to add colour and fun to your family holiday. So grab the kids, or your partner, or both, and head to any one of these funtastic amusement parks in South Africa ...
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