Cycling the Midlands Meander

  • AdventureKwaZulu-Natal
The Midlands Meander cycle routes take riders through countryside that is often likened to England. The area is home to spectacular waterfalls such as the…
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Dance culture in South Africa

  • ArtsCulture & History
Dance culture in South Africa is integral in a country whose history is shot-through with examples of dance as an expression of all that life’s…
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Danger Point lighthouse, Gansbaai

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape
Perhaps the most aptly named piece of geography along the Southern Cape coast of South Africa is Danger Point, near the seaside village of Gansbaai.…
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De Hoop Nature Reserve

  • Wildlife & NatureWestern Cape
De Hoop Nature Reserve in the Western Cape province is most famous for its incredible whale watching, but offers much more to do and see…
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De Stijl Gariep Hotel, Free State

  • AccommodationCulture & HistoryFree State
As you drive down through the southern Free State on the N1 highway between Johannesburg and Cape Town, you’ll pass South Africa’s biggest body of…
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Design in South Africa

  • ArtsCulture & History
Design in South Africa continues to grow and reinvent itself, and the advent of numerous design events and competitions such as World Design Capital 2014,…
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Dias Museum, Mossel Bay

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape
Back in the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal was a seafaring colonial giant, plying the ocean lanes for trade, bounty and new territories. Sailing around…
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Dick King

  • Culture & HistoryPeopleKwaZulu-Natal
The route of South Africa’s most famous long-distance horse journey would take you through half of the modern-day provinces of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) and the Eastern…
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Didima Gorge, Drakensberg

  • Culture & HistoryKwaZulu-Natal
Didima Rock Art site in the Cathedral Peak area of the Drakensberg Mountains, KwaZulu-Natal, has some of the most intriguing and mystical San Bushman rock…
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Die Tuishuise, Cradock

  • Culture & HistoryEastern Cape
Should you find yourself in Market Street in the Eastern Cape Karoo town of Cradock, you might be forgiven if you had a sudden Victorian-era…
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Discover Lejweleputswa

  • Food & WineLeisure & LifestyleFree State
Lejweleputswa in the Free State is a golden district in every way. its gold mines with their towering shafts give way to rural cameos of…
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District Six Museum

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape
There are many places in Cape Town where you can capture the spirit of a bygone era, but the District Six Museum is where to…
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Dolphin spotting in South Africa

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & Nature
There are nearly 10 dolphin species off the South African coast (and even more whale species – some of which are confusingly similar to dolphins).…
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Doring Bay Lighthouse, West Coast

That 1st sighting of Doring Bay at sunset is guaranteed to take your breath away. It has all the romantic elements of a seafaring adventure…
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Doringbaai, Western Cape

  • Western Cape
In the small West Coast fishing village of Doringbaai, relaxation is the order of the day. About 300km west of Cape Town, it is fairly…
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Duggan-Cronin Gallery, Kimberley

  • Culture & HistoryNorthern Cape
This is the story of a Kimberley mine compound guard who bought a cheap box camera and became a South African photographic legend. You see…
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Dullstroom Inn

  • AccommodationCulture & HistoryMpumalanga
In 1989, the Sunday Times in South Africa ran a ‘Finder’s Keepers’ competition with a whopping prize of R1-million. The thrill of a treasure hunt…
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DumaZulu Cultural Village

  • AccommodationArtsCulture & HistoryKwaZulu-Natal
DumaZulu Cultural Village is a traditional Zulu Village where you can watch beaders at work, learn about the art of basket weaving and see how…
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Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

  • AccommodationCulture & HistoryEventsFood & WineLeisure & LifestyleKwaZulu-Natal
Durban is South Africa’s self-styled ‘playground’, where year-round warm weather encourages visitors to make the most of the province’s outdoor lifestyle. Also known as ‘Surf…
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Dyer Island Cruises

  • AdventureResponsible TourismWildlife & NatureWestern Cape
Two hours east of Cape Town lies the fishing port of Gansbaai. And as the staff of Dyer Island Cruises can attest, this is the…
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East London Museum

  • Culture & HistoryEastern Cape
The East London Museum houses one of South Africa’s most delightful collections of historical artifacts, amazing discoveries and utter eccentricities. There are few places in…
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Eating out in Rustenburg

  • SportNorth West
Eating out in Rustenburg might mean heading further afield to find that one restaurant that really takes your fancy. The recent expansion in the platinum…
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Eating out in Soweto

  • Food & WineGauteng
Eating out in Soweto offers an authentic dining experience and a taste of township life where you will find a wonderful mix of taverns, shebeens,…
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Eight Bells Mountain Inn

  • AccommodationWestern Cape
In the late 1890s a little farm school called Ruiterbos Primary was established in a valley between Oudtshoorn and Mossel Bay in the Western Cape.…
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Eksteenfontein in the Richtersveld

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & NatureNorthern Cape
Eksteenfontein, perched on the very edge of the Richtersveld World Heritage Site, has one of the most interesting histories of any South African town. Most…
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Eland antelope

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & Nature
The first thing you notice about a full-grown eland is its sheer bulk. Richard D Estes, author of The Safari Companion, one of the most…
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Elands River Falls, Mpumalanga

  • AdventureWildlife & NatureMpumalanga
You’ll find the Elands River Falls at Emgwenya (previously known as Waterval Boven) in the Mpumalanga province where the highveld drops dramatically down to the…
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Endangered Wildlife Trust

  • Responsible Tourism
Giant bullfrogs, wild dogs, wattled cranes, oribi antelope, humpback dolphins, riverine rabbits, blue swallows, yellow-billed oxpeckers, honeybadgers, rhinos, grasslands, river systems ... if there’s a…
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Esther Mahlangu

  • ArtsPeople
It certainly was a strange decision to commission an unknown woman, from an unknown town in Mpumalanga, practising an unknown traditional art form to paint…
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Evening walks on the Cape's Garden Route

  • AdventureRoutes & TrailsWildlife & NatureWestern Cape
Evening walks along the Garden Route are a wonderful way to experience the seashore at night. Judy Dixon – marine biologist, botanist, biochemist and accredited…
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Fairlawns Boutique Hotel & Spa

  • AccommodationLeisure & LifestyleGauteng
The Fairlawns Boutique Hotel & Spa is all about quiet, understated elegance with a touch of international flair. Owners, John and Anna Thacker have taken…
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Falaza Spa, Kwa-Zulu Natal

  • AccommodationLeisure & LifestyleKwaZulu-Natal
Neighbouring the World Heritage Site of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Falaza Game Park and Spa is situated in the midst of a rugged wilderness that combines…
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Fauresmith, Free State

  • AccommodationEventsLeisure & LifestylePeopleRoutes & TrailsTownsFree State
In the mid-1800s, the small southern Free State town of Fauresmith nearly beat Bloemfontein in the race for provincial capital. In fact, it was so…
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Ficksburg, Free State

  • EventsFood & WineLeisure & LifestyleWildlife & NatureFree State
Ficksburg, in the Free State province, is an attraction-filled rural destination 400km from Johannesburg that offers a wide range of out-of-the-ordinary activities. Gavin Boy, who…
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Flowering aloes

  • Responsible TourismRoutes & TrailsWildlife & Nature
In the middle of winter, in the coldest, bleakest time, flowers a plant that warms the view. The Aloe ferox (also known as the red…
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Follow the Owl Route

  • AdventureArtsEastern Cape
If the idea of combining mountain biking, art and history appeals to you, then the Owl Route in the hot Great Karoo region – including…
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Food and wine

South Africa is a well-deserved reward for those who like the good things in life and the perfect incentive destination.Superb cuisine is paired with exquisite,…
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Food and wine expos

  • Food & WineLeisure & Lifestyle
South African food and wine expos are a delicious learning experience. Foremost, they offer the fun and flavour of a food festival, but with added…
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Footprints of Eve

  • Culture & HistoryWestern Cape
A young woman walking across a rain-wet dune leaves her small footprints in the sand. She is slightly built, about 1.4-metres high, and seems to…
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Forests

  • Responsible TourismWildlife & Nature
Many forests of South Africa are confined to the coastal provinces of KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape and Eastern Cape, although hundreds of smaller forests are tucked…
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Free State incentive highlights

  • Free State
Travelling on a Free State incentive provides many interesting experiences for the incentive traveller to South Africa.Bloemfontein - the Free State's capital and South Africa's…
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Free State incentives

  • Free State
The Free State province is the known as the ‘breadbasket of South Africa' due to its thriving agricultural industry. The main city, Manguang/Bloemfontein (Flower Fountain),…
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Free State meetings

  • Free State
The Free State province is known as the ‘breadbasket of South Africa’ due to its thriving agricultural industry. The main city, Manguang/Bloemfontein (meaning Flower Fountain),…
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Game for sport

  • Sport
Sport in South Africa has and always will unite people from every walk of life. Who will forget that momentous occasion in 1995 when we…
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Game-viewing from a hot air balloon

  • AdventureWildlife & Nature
It’s never possible to guarantee what game you will see on any safari, but your chances are good for great sightings when you go game-viewing…
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Gariep Dam

  • AccommodationWildlife & NatureFree State
Perhaps the most beautiful dam in South Africa, the Gariep Dam lies between the Free State and Eastern Cape provinces. This massive piece of water…
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Gateway Theatre of Shopping

  • AccommodationFood & WineLeisure & LifestyleKwaZulu-Natal
Half an hour north of Durban, in the upmarket suburb of Umhlanga, lies the multi-level mega-shopping and entertainment complex know as the Gateway Theatre of…
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Gauteng

  • Gauteng
The province of Gauteng is the commercial powerhouse of South Africa. However, its offerings are not limited to commerce and industry, its tourism contribution is…
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Gauteng food terroir

  • Gauteng
While the food culture of other provinces is largely determined by climate and land, the food terroir of Gauteng reflects the alimentary energy of its…
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Gauteng incentive highlights

  • Gauteng
? Gauteng is home to the funky precinct of Newtown - a great place to explore Johannesburg’s urban culture - with fantastic restaurants, laid-back jazz…
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