Boulders Beach Penguins

At Boulders Beach, just outside Cape Town, you can get to know our most famous (and arguably our cutest) birds… the African Penguin. You just can’t resist these waddling wonder birds, but that’s a great thing because they need your attention. more

The Diamond Coast

Are you looking to venture out on the road less travelled? Are you looking for alluring coastlines and rugged views that speak of romance? If this equation speaks to you then you absolutely have to check out the Diamond Coast. more

Durban’s beaches

They don’t call Durban ‘South Africa’s Playground’ for nothing. It is South Africa’s very own seaside paradise, famous for its beaches and the warm Indian Ocean. So dig your toes in the sand, take a dip in the sea and enjoy your time in South Africa’s third biggest city. more

Surfing in Jeffreys Bay

When you’re at the beach and looking to get into the water to hitch a ride on some of the most spectacular waves the world has ever seen – there’s no better spot to do it than at Jefferys Bay in the Eastern Cape province. more

The Whale Route

Imagine looking out across the Atlantic Ocean from the boardwalk and you spot a dark figure gliding through the surf in front of you. As more start to appear, you realise that this is your first sighting of a pod of Southern Right whales that have come into the Cape to give birth. Between June and October this is an everyday spectacle. more


If you’re looking for the complete coastal forest experience, Tsitsikamma, in the Eastern Cape has to be on the top of your list. Walk through the ancient forest, chill on the beaches, kayak up rivers and hike some of the most famous trails South Africa has to offer. more

Untouched Adventures

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Sun City Revamp in Full Swing

The Entertainment Centre at Sun City was first opened 35 years ago. At the time, the Entertainment Centre housed the first casino accessible to South Africans. Over the years there was a facelift of the exterior, as well as a few other changes such as the casino moving to the Main Hotel. The Entertainment Centre was the main hub where you would find the cinema, arcade, restaurants, nightclub and the Conference Centre. more

Rocktail Camp: an outdoor lover’s dream

Have you been to Maputaland? Do you know where it is? If you answered no to these questions, we have all the info you need - including exactly when to stay when you visit this amazing part of South Africa. Rocktail in Maputaland is a pristine tropical beach and dive experience, and a perfect place to visit within the South African border. At Rocktail, ocean, beach and nature are the highlight, along with coastal forest exploration, cultural interaction and pure holiday relaxation. more

Food markets in South Africa

Apart from its more traditional tourism offerings of wildlife, sun and sea, South Africa is gaining an impressive reputation for its food culture. And its many food markets are testament to this. more

Eating out in Johannesburg

Eating out in Johannesburg means exploring the local restaurants and eateries and finding what works for you. There are steakhouses, pizza parlours and fine dining restaurants – but if you really want to enjoy something different, try our range of African or South African eateries. more

The VegTable, Rheenendal

Chef Brett Garvie offers a quirky, authentic, personal and completely different dining experience to anything else in Knysna. His restaurant, VegTable, is about more than food; it’s a way of life. Expect only the freshest, seasonal organic vegetables and farm produce prepared slowly, with love. more

Johannesburg's Chinatown

The story of Johannesburg's Chinatown begins with gold and involves both urban decay and urban renewal. In many ways, it is much like many other stories the city has to offer. Today, the majority of Johannesburg's Chinese population can be found in Cyrildene, in the east of the city. more

Mbombela to Hoedspruit via the Long Tom Pass

If you decide to take the scenic route from Mbombela (Nelspruit) to Hoedspruit via Mashishing (Lydenburg), you’ll soon realise there is one big potential problem: if you stop and stare at every attraction and highlight along the way, you’ll need a couple of days to complete the 250km trip. more