South Africa definitely boasts an incredible coastline. Several beaches have been awarded Blue Flag status (an award for excellence in safety and cleanliness) but let’s not forget the many dams and lakes around the country that are as equally impressive as our shores.
There’s something magical about packing your bags, getting in a car with your family or friends and just hitting the road. Sure, flying is quick and convenient, but with so much beauty ingrained in this beautiful lans, we really have to ask the question: why fly when you can drive?
Here are just a few incredible routes you can take.
Experience exceptional bush activities, gaze at stunning waterfalls or immerse yourself in the rich culture of local towns. Whatever you do, it’s without a doubt that the vast Northern Cape (South Africa’s largest province ) will have you coming back. Here are some awesome attractions to look out for when driving through this beautiful semi-desert landscape.
There’s always a reason to visit the North West province - from its picturesque landscape, which is defined by breathtaking mountains to its national parks and luxurious hotels, there’s no excuse not to explore this magnificent province to understand what makes it so special.
South Africa’s Diamond Route is renowned for conservation and tourism. Covering eight sites across the northern parts of the country, the Diamond Route boasts tourist facilities that range from luxury lodges, camping sites and outdoor activities to national parks that create awareness around environmental changes and conservation.
South Africa is sprawling with expansive and breathtaking wine routes. From the Constantia Wine Route in the Western Cape to the Vaal Wine Route in Gauteng, your options are endless. Look hard enough and you’ll discover that there’s more to wine routes than just vino - there are also little-known spots that are waiting to be explored.
Getting cosy around the fire on a chilly night definitely has its charms, but sometimes you just want to head over to somewhere a little toastier. Here are our picks of the warmest places to visit in South Africa during winter.
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