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CComing this close to nature is a sense-tingling reminder of why we have always been inspired by the untouched wild. With world-renowned nature reserves and preservation areas in every province, there’s no shortage of places to explore.
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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 Kruger2Canyons Biosphere Region includes 4-million hectares of protected savannah, woodlands, grasslands and forests. The region offers numerous adventure-based activities, historical site visits and game viewing opportunities.
Game watchers visiting South Africa should have no trouble spotting kudu; the impressive spiral-horned antelopes are common in many of the country’s national parks and game reserves.
From safaris to magnificent trips through the winelands in winter, to scuba diving and hiking in summer, there’s an activity for every season when travelling in South Africa.
The Bushmans Kloof rock art site in Western Cape combines 10 000 years of San rock art in 130 locations with the modern luxury of the Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Retreat.
North West offers honeymooners a range of contrasting experiences from Big 5 game viewing and safaris at Pilanesberg or Madikwe, to gambling at popular casino and holiday resort, Sun City.
Honeymooners in Limpopo have the choice of visiting pristine bushveld and wildlife viewing, birding in wetlands, swimming in healing waters, or taking a trip to our ancient past.
A honeymoon in the Free State can include majestic mountains, national parks, a world heritage site, dams, hot-air ballooning and rock climbing.