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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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South Africa is one of the few countries in the world that offers cage-free diving tours with tiger sharks along the east coast, from KwaZulu-Natal to the Eastern Cape.
The Two Oceans Marathon route runs between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans down on the Cape Peninsula and offers ultramarathon and half-marathon options.
Once you can pronounce it, Chintsa on the Wild Coast could become your favourite Eastern Cape destination – it offers a magnificent beach, and the choice of utter relaxation or a host of activities.
The Western Cape offers a rich floral kingdom, pristine beaches, a globally renowned wine industry, award-winning restaurants and a unique history and heritage.
Hartenbos Beach near Mossel Bay in Western Cape offers visitors Blue Flag-status safety, facilities and environmental management, family seaside attractions, water sports and whale- or bird-watching.
The Royal Natal Yacht Club in Durban, more than 160 years old, offers visitors sailing and more – like meals or sundowners with impressive harbour views in the welcoming KwaZulu-Natal climate.
Romantic luxury rail journeys in South Africa make great honeymoon options – whether chugging through the arid Karoo or off to a hot-air balloon safari, the scenery, service and dining are exquisite.
Robben Island, a frequently repurposed piece of South Africa that is most famous for the prison that once held Nelson Mandela, is a tour that history fans visiting Cape Town won’t want to miss.
The N2 route from Port Elizabeth in Eastern Cape to Nature’s Valley in Western Cape offers seaside history, excellent seafood, surfing and adventure, and magnificent views in the Tsitsikamma Forest.