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Mpho Molema: The Workshop ko Kasi, Northern Cape
Despite its scenic landscape and being home to the Eye of Kuruman (a wondrous natural spring known as one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere), Kuruman in the Northern Cape is not often the first place that one thinks of when we speak about tourism in South Africa. Mpho Molema, a native of Mothibistad township in Kuruman, defies this status quo through The Workshop ko Kasi”, an eco-tourism and creative hub offering authentic African experiences to visitors from all over the world.
Khosi Tyobeka, Zimase Travel
Khosi Tyobeka has built her business around making travelling easy and accessible. Her company, Zimasa Travel, provides tailor-made travel solutions; from planning to the execution of travel or conference needs. The award winning entrepreneur’s flair for business runs in her family. When she was growing up her mother operated a food business in their small village in the North West Province .
The Upper Karoo Route: meander through Northern Cape from Victoria West to Calvinia
The Upper Karoo Route from Victoria West to Calvinia via Carnarvon offers the beautiful landscape of Northern Cape (strewn with daisies in spring), rare wildlife and a thriving, hospitable culture.
Quirky Cullinan: Gauteng’s unforgettable wedding destination
Cullinan near Pretoria in Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng, is a great destination for out-of-the-ordinary weddings at Jan Harmsgat se Agterplaas and prenuptial pampering at Zau Spa.
The Klein Karoo, Western Cape: beneath the arid exterior, hidden jewels, aeons old
The Klein Karoo in Western Cape might be dry, but it offers unique plants, enthralling nature reserves, magnificent mountain vistas, its own wine route, ostrich farms and the world-famous Cango Caves.
The Diamond Coast, Northern Cape: shipwrecks, diamonds and romance await
Northern Cape’s Diamond Coast – from Port Nolloth to Alexander Bay – is perfect for romantic getaways featuring shipwrecks, glorious scenery and spring flowers… and sparkly gems!
The Royal Hotel, Pilgrim’s Rest: the Catholic church that became a gold-rush bar in Mpumalanga
The Royal Hotel in preserved Victorian gold-rush town Pilgrim’s Rest, once a Catholic church that was built hundreds of kilometres away, offers old-fashioned comfort and a heap of Mpumalanga history.
Fabulous Ficksburg: chocolates, cherries and boat rides in Free State
Ficksburg in Free State province is famed as South Africa’s cherry mecca – but the town offers many other experiences for visitors, from chocolates and asparagus to boat tours and beautiful buildings.