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Feast your eyes, feed your soul and be inspired by South Africa in full bloom… South Africa is unique. It is one country in the world where one can weave a vibrant tapestry of culture and heritage from the many and varied attractions, experiences and influences that permeate daily living.
United Airlines has inaugurated its nonstop daily service between its New York hub at Newark Liberty International Airport and O.R. Tambo International Airport, with the arrival of the first flight into Johannesburg on the 4th of June.
Vervet monkeys are playful, mischievous primates that can be found all over eastern South Africa and are hugely entertaining to watch – as long as you keep the kitchen windows closed.
Thakadu River Camp is a Fair Trade Tourism-certified, 5-star lodge in Madikwe Game Reserve, a malaria-free park that brings social and financial benefits to the local Tlokwa community that owns it.
The Big 5 and a bewildering array of life can be found on South Africa’s savanna – regions rich in plant, bird, insect and animal diversity protected in parks like Hluhluwe-Imfolozi and Kruger.
A trans-border adventure from South Africa to Mozambique will take you from game viewing in the bush to idyllic Indian Ocean playgrounds, via the urban delights of Maputo: ‘the Havana of Africa’.
The R518 from Mokopane to Marken in Limpopo province runs through the Waterberg Mountains and their famed Red Beds, with nature reserves, cultural attractions, adventures and family fun along the way.
Pafuri Camp and The Outpost – 2 luxury Kruger National Park camps in a Limpopo landscape teeming with life – also generate income for the Makuleke people dispossessed by apartheid.
Marataba Safari Lodge in Marakele National Park, Limpopo, pampers guests in luxury tented accommodation, with the natural and historical attractions of the Waterberg to sample all around them.
The land of the Venda in northern Limpopo province combines stunning natural beauty in its mountains, waterfalls and lakes with the fascinating history, mythology and sacred sites of the local people.
The Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area brings together protected regions in South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe, preserving rare vegetation, endangered wildlife and cultural heritage.