Augrabies Falls, Northern Cape
Augrabies Falls, Northern Cape

The Augrabies Falls is one of South Africa's most exciting natural attractions, where you'll be mesmerised by the sheer sensory experience.

Lionness, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

South Africa and Botswana joined forces to protect one of the world's greatest desert conservation areas. But that's not all.

The Richtersveld desert landscape Northern Cape highlights
Northern Cape highlights

Explore the evocative Kalahari Desert with its black-maned lions, and the 2000-year old culture of the Nama communities of the Richtersveld.

Namaqua National Park
Namaqua National Park

For a few intense weeks of spring, arid Namaqualand undergoes a complete makeover. You’ll find orange daisies from horizon to horizon and beyond.

Northern Cape
Northern Cape

The Northern Cape includes spectacular attractions like the Namaqualand flowers, the Richtersveld, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and the star-studded Upper Karoo.

Richtersveld, South Africa Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape
Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape

The /Ai /Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park is home to the Nama people, rare desert mammals and reptiles, as well as thousands of rare plants that flourish in this unique landscape. It forms part of the Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

The Big Hole of Kimberley Diamond Fields, Northern Cape
Diamond Fields, Northern Cape

Immerse yourself in the diamond fields of the Northern Cape, starting with Kimberley, the historic city of diamonds that put South Africa on the map.

Northern Cape off-road adventures. Off-road adventures in the Northern Cape
Off-road adventures in the Northern Cape

With challenging inclines, declines and soft sand aplenty, it appears that the Northern Cape was sculpted by Mother Nature with off-road adventurers and 4x4 enthusiasts in mind.

The Big Hole. Kimberley, Northern Cape
Kimberley, Northern Cape

Meander through Kimberley where diamond magnates once walked and where the Big Hole stands as a reminder of what made them rich.

Springbok to Upington – the Orange River route
Springbok to Upington – the Orange River route

The grand N14 highway from Springbok to Upington that links Namaqualand, Bushmanland and the Kalahari offers a journey full of adventure, cultural encounters and legend.

Springbok to Port Nolloth – the diamond and copper route
Springbok to Port Nolloth – the diamond and copper route

A slow three-day drive between Springbok and Port Nolloth (including all points in between) in the Northern Cape reveals lesser-known aspects of culture, history and local colour.

Port Nolloth
Port Nolloth

From its days as a copper port to its current life as a diamond-and-fishing centre, Port Nolloth has always projected an image of romance and adventure.

Leliefontein Leliefontein to Kleinzee – the 'shipwreck and daisies route'
Leliefontein to Kleinzee – the 'shipwreck and daisies route'

Pack the picnic bag, haul out the roadmap and GPS, and hit the back roads of Namaqualand for a taste of local flavours and photogenic landscapes.

Colesberg Colesberg Walking Tour
Colesberg Walking Tour

The Northern Cape town of Colesberg, on the N1 highway between Johannesburg and Cape Town, has more to offer the traveller than just overnight lodgings.

Namaqualand Nieuwoudtville to Springbok – the Namaqua Flower Route
Nieuwoudtville to Springbok – the Namaqua Flower Route

Take a leisurely three-day journey through the heart of Namaqualand, staying over on farms and in little country hotels where the hospitality matches the flower blooms.

The Caracal Eco Route, Northern Cape
The Caracal Eco Route, Northern Cape

Follow the Caracal Eco Route in the Namaqua National Park in the remote Northern Cape, up thrilling mountain passes, across ancient grasslands and along 50km of South Africa's legendary West Coast.

McGregor Museum, Kimberley Belgravia Historic Walk, Kimberley
Belgravia Historic Walk, Kimberley

In the 1870s and 1880s, mining magnates, doctors, advocates, architects, merchants and engineers resided and mingled in the 2km stretch that is Kimberley’s legendary Belgravia Historic Walk.