Flower sellers of Adderley Street

The flower sellers of Adderley Street in Cape Town are practically as famous as the iconic Table Mountain. With their quick wit, charm and colourful advice, they've helped spread beauty into many homes (and provided floral apologies for indiscretions). Interestingly, they have been instrumental in many fynbos species discoveries. more

Sandton City

Sandton City has it all; from the best-known international brand names to exciting local boutiques and speciality stores. As one of South Africa’s oldest and most exclusive malls, visitors to Sandton City shopping centre are advised to bring an empty suitcase with them on their trip to South Africa. more

KwaZulu-Natal

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, is a place of great scenic beauty. From mountains and midlands to pristine beaches, its natural splendour combined with a rich culture and historical heritage, make the province hard to beat. more

Wine Routes of South Africa

South Africa boasts 18 official wine routes and 2 brandy routes – 99% of them in the country’s wine capital – the Western Cape. The bloodlines of the South African winemaking industry, our wine routes reflect not only the development of our winemaking tradition, but like a fine vintage, our country’s maturation into a full-bodied, flavourful democracy. more

Traditional South African food

African food is colourful, interesting and alien to most visitors. It also tastes terrific. A well-prepared local meal can be a highlight of your trip to South Africa. Many restaurants specialise in the cuisine of the continent and serve a good variety of traditional African dishes. more

SAB World of Beer

A visit to South African Breweries (SAB) World of Beer museum in Johannesburg's Newtown Cultural Precinct offers fascinating insight into the history of beer - a much-loved beverage in South Africa and the rest of the world. more

Western Cape

In the Western Cape you will discover world-class wines, wonderful whale watching, contrasting landscapes, ample adventure options, as well as the magic of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, which meet at Africa's most southerly point. more

The Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is not just about big game. There are wilderness areas of great natural beauty where you can discover unique forests, brilliant birding, traces of early humankind, and a once-notorious area between South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, where old-time baddies hung out, criss-crossing the Limpopo River on foot. more

Winemaker interaction tours

Winemaker interaction tours allow travellers to get up close and personal with the makers of their favourite tipples. From chatting to the children of wine farm workers to sipping and spitting with multi-award-winning winemakers there is a tailor-made tour to suit your palate and interest. more

Cape Town’s beautiful beaches

The beautiful beaches in Cape Town contribute to the Mother City’s worldwide acclaim. From the trendy shores of Clifton and Camps Bay to the warmer swimming waters of False Bay – if you love surf and sand, Cape Town will have a beach that’s just right for you. more