Bot River Wine Route

Visitors are welcomed to the Bot River Wine Route as an extension of one big happy wine-loving family. It’s not uncommon to be invited on an impromptu cellar tour, or encouraged to partake in grape treading, barrel rolling, or other communal Bot River activities. more

Bethulie War Trail

What was it like on commando as a Boer soldier during the South African War of 1899 to 1902? What was it like to stand up to the well-equipped soldiers of the British Empire? What happened in the concentration camps where Boer women and children were incarcerated? Follow the Bethulie War Trail to find out. more

Wild Flower Route

On the Northern Cape's Wild Flower Route, you can literally see flowering plants from horizon to horizon when weather conditions are right. From spreads of the legendary Namaqualand daisies to thousands of other floral species in every shape and colour, you need to experience this at least once in your lifetime. more

Wine Routes of South Africa

The wine routes of South Africa trace not only the history and development of our country’s 350-year-old wine-making tradition, but South Africa’s maturation into a full-bodied, flavourful democracy. The Cape winelands, and beyond, offer a multitude of wine routes to explore, along with brandy routes, wine biodiversity routes, and the world’s longest wine route. more

Bulembu Pass, Mpumalanga

The R40 from Barberton over the Bulembu Pass is one of South Africa’s best-kept secrets. As you twist and turn your way over this scenic mountain pass you will see some of the oldest rock formations on Earth and be granted magnificent views of Mpumalanga's beautiful valleys. more

Karoo Highlands Tombstone Route

The Tombstone Route, which starts in Williston in the Northern Cape, teaches you about the life and work of a master stone-cutter called Cornelius de Waal, but also reveals the customs, legends and lifestyles of the early rural settlers who had to survive in a semi-desert. more