From what you eat to where you stay, South
Africa takes responsible tourism seriously, aiming to uplift communities and
protect the environment. Choose carefully and you’ll return home knowing that
you’ve done your bit to help others and to honour the earth.
Great battles have been fought in South Africa to save rhinos. A campaign in the 1960s was successful, and this giant lawnmower lives on. But today it is under renewed threat as poaching is on the rise and the only hope for its survival is creating awareness.
From the red sands of the Kalahari to the baobab-covered hills of the north-eastern corner of Limpopo, the Diamond Route comprises a group properties set aside by diamond mining companies for conservation and tourism in South Africa.
Soweto is South Africa's best-known township. There are many different ways to visit this sprawling area, which started out as an encampment for black mineworkers and is now large enough to be called a city in its own right.
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