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SSouth Africa’s sun-soaked coast lies ready, all-year round, to share its secrets, adventures and lazy days with you. With golden beaches and unspoiled nature, it’s more than just the place where the cool Atlantic and warm Indian Oceans meet. It’s 2500km of pure wanderlust.

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Boulders Beach penguins

Boulders Beach penguins

Boulders Beach, just outside Cape Town, is home to an impressive colony of African penguins. These waddling wonder-birds attract attention year-round – and there’s plenty to learn about their resilience as a species.

False Bay, Western Cape: Best of all the bays

False Bay, Western Cape: Best of all the bays

False Bay has an intriguing history of naval battles, pirate visits and the establishment of scenic little seaports all along its shores. It is also one of the most beautiful bays in the world, and seems to cater for everyone’s holiday needs, offering adventure, leisure, bright lights and great food. Visitors can travel to Cape Point or drive towards Hangklip via Gordon’s Bay.

Water wonderland for snorkelling

Water wonderland for snorkelling

South Africa’s 2,700km of coastline, two oceans and varying climate areas, offers snorkellers a myriad of underwater environments, especially KwaZulu-Natal and the south coast of the Western Cape.

Mini-Guide to Coffee Bay, Eastern Cape

Mini-Guide to Coffee Bay, Eastern Cape

An introduction guide to the small town Coffee Bay in the Wild Coast

15 Honeymoon destinations that prove South Africa truly is for lovers

15 Honeymoon destinations that prove South Africa truly is for lovers

Where to honeymoon in South Africa, a truly unique destination.

City lights, beautiful mountains and sea – honeymoons in the Western Cape

City lights, beautiful mountains and sea – honeymoons in the Western Cape

A Western Cape honeymoon could see you exploring the wine routes, absorbing the Mother City’s pulse, enjoying seafood on the West Coast or sampling activities of the Garden Route.

Honeymoons in South Africa: true romance in exquisite surroundings

Honeymoons in South Africa: true romance in exquisite surroundings

A honeymoon in South Africa has something for everyone: from spectacular scenery and unparalleled tranquillity in the nature reserves to adventure tourist activities and bustling, vibrant cities.

Weddings in KwaZulu-Natal

Weddings in KwaZulu-Natal

KwaZulu-Natal offers a diversity of wedding venues from beachfront, countryside and bushveld to trendy city venues and include hotels and lodges in magnificent national parks and game reserves.

Weddings in the Eastern Cape from idyllic beaches to bushveld backdrops

Weddings in the Eastern Cape from idyllic beaches to bushveld backdrops

There are a wide range of wedding destinations in the Eastern Cape including beaches, ocean views, historic locations, Karoo farms, nature reserves, indigenous gardens, award-winning lodges, urban settings.

Celebrate your wedding in the fairest Cape: weddings in the Western Cape

Celebrate your wedding in the fairest Cape: weddings in the Western Cape

The Western Cape offers destination-wedding seekers an incredible range of options to choose from.

The best place to spend a sunny day in Cape Town – Clifton’s beaches

The best place to spend a sunny day in Cape Town – Clifton’s beaches

The 4 Clifton beaches in Cape Town are ideal for sunbathing, beach sports, people-watching and relaxing and provide gorgeous views of the mountains.

The Dolphin Coast – North Coast KwaZulu-Natal

The Dolphin Coast – North Coast KwaZulu-Natal

The Dolphin Coast, on KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast, offers beaches, battle sites, heritage routes, dolphin spotting and rich Zulu and Indian culture.

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