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EEvery day in scenic South Africa ends with a horizon to look out on. No matter which province you’re in, you’re always right around corner from something breathtaking… something that will leave you incapable of saying anything other than “wow”.
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Once known as the Three Sisters, these geological wonders are now referred to as The Three Rondavels for their unique beehive hut shape. They provide spectacular views and form part of a series of natural attractions in Mpumalanga.
Pampering, relaxation and a variety of wellness therapies are just some of the attractions of the luxury African Pride Mount Grace Country House and Spa, close to both Johannesburg and Pretoria.
The Franschhoek Wine Route offers an array of innovative food and wine pairings. The town of Franschhoek has a rich Gallic heritage dating back to 1688 and refers to itself as ‘South Africa’s gourmet capital’.
KwaZulu-Natal, the Zulu kingdom, is a coastal province known for its mild climate, beaches, mountains and big game savannah. Home to two World Heritage Sites, its capital, Durban is a harbour city popular with surfers.
The Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site is a must-see for travellers interested in wildlife and birds, as well as archaeology. Mapungubwe Hill was home to one of southern Africa’s first kingdom’s 1 000 years ago.
The West Coast Wine Route follows the N7 North and has a surprisingly large selection and quality of award winning wines to chose from. It includes boutique and garagiste producers, along with some of the largest wineries in the country.
Succulent Karoo is a unique South African biome known for its wildflower extravaganza in spring. The vegetation is primarily made up of dwarf succulent shrubs. You won’t find as many plant species – mostly succulents – in other similarly sized arid areas in the world.
Sacred sites in KwaZulu-Natal include the Buddhist Retreat Centre in Ixopo, the charming Sri Sri Radha Radhanath Temple in Chatsworth and the majestic slopes and valleys of the mighty Drakensberg mountain range. Throw in some isiZulu culture, San rock art and Bhangazi legends, and let the journey begin.
For a holiday that truly lets you get away from it all, you can’t beat the peace and relaxation of a spiritual retreat, surrounded by a majestic South African landscape.
Visit South Africa’s most impressive collection of watery cascades with a spectacular sight-seeing trip along the beautiful Sabie Waterfalls Route in Mpumalanga province.