DumaZulu Cultural Village

At DumaZulu Cultural Village, visitors are invited to experience authentic hospitality and learn about traditional arts, crafts and ways of life of the Zulu Kingdom. Experience the beat of the Zulu drums, taste the locally brewed beer and discover the rich cultural significance of Zululand’s famous beadwork, basketry, pottery and weaving. more

Karoo windmill crafters

You’ll see them lining the N10 highway from Colesberg to Cradock in the Karoo. Their little roadside stalls are packed with spinning, silver-wheeled windmill replicas, the ultimate icon of South Africa’s dry heartland. They don’t cost much, they’re low maintenance and by buying one you’re helping to sustain a decades-old crafting tradition. more

The Windybrow Theatre, Johannesburg

The Windybrow Theatre was originally a family home, built in 1896 by mining engineer Theodore Reunert. Over the years, the theatre has served as a nursing home and a cultural centre. Despite falling into disrepair, it was declared a national monument in 1996. more

Jameson Park, Morningside, Durban

Jameson Park is famous for its magnificent rose gardens which flourish despite Durban's hot and humid climate. The park is perfect for picnics and photos, especially in spring when the roses are at their blooming best. There are some 600 rose bushes, accounting for around 200 species. more

St Lucia Arts & Crafts

The difference a craft project has made in people's lives in northern Kwazulu-Natal is nothing short of spectacular. The crafters now have access to goods like solar panels, cellphones and school uniforms for their children. Their incomes have increased tenfold  –  as has their families' quality of life. more

Umnini Craft Village

At the Umnini Craft Village in KwaZulu-Natal you'll find beautifully designed traditional Zulu beadwork necklaces, bracelets and headbands along with wire sculptures, woven grass mats, baskets and other locally made arts and crafts that are sold to sustain the local community. more

The Hydro at Stellenbosch

The Hydro at Stellenbosch is a world-leading natural health destination and guests from all over the world come to experience its holistic philosophies and rejuvenating treatments. Situated in the scenic Idas Valley, The Hydro is an essential destination for any wellness programme. more

Bush spas

In South Africa, bush spas are a unique concept that combine the safari experience with a range of pampering treatments such as massages, facials, pedicures and alternative therapies. Our discerning health-minded visitors are discovering that nothing quite beats a pamper session in the wild African bush. more

Amani Spa at Earth Lodge

Relax, restore and rejuvenate. That’s the spirit behind Amani Spa at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, a luxurious spa that is part of one of South Africa’s most desirable safari getaways. Here you can get up close and personal with the African wild and lie back and indulge senses and soul. more

Falaza Spa, Kwa-Zulu Natal

Falaza Game Park and Spa is the kind of place where you really can forget about the real world. Spend your time being pampered to the hilt at the fantastic spa and then head out in the wild looking for the ‘Big Five’. more

Celtis Horse Labyrinth

This Magaliesberg horse labyrinth gives one the opportunity to experience a bit of horsey healing in the great outdoors. It’s a combination of equine-therapy and being out in nature that does the trick, combine this experience with angel card readings and massage therapy and you’ll be good as new. more

Soccer in South Africa

Soccer is the most popular sport in South Africa. It is estimated that more than two million people play the sport, while many more follow the game at international and club level. The beautiful game brings people together and brings the country to life. more