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11 reasons to visit South Africa - find out why South Africa is the winter sun holiday you've been waiting for.
Challenge yourself with the Mandela Day Triathlon
A cultural affinity survey showed that audiences abroad are 3.1 times more likely to travel to South Africa after watching the collection highlights – proving the content as a creative solution to drive tourism into the country. Viewers of Blood and Water, were especially attracted to the landmarks and monuments depicted in the show. Attractions that were explored by co-stars of the hit show, Dillon Windvogel and Ama Qamata, in this YouTube video where they walk through the stunning city of Cape Town. South Africa’s oldest town. The Mother City.
South Africa boasts a remarkable number of World Heritage Sites. There are ten Sites in total as declared by Unesco given their significance in evolution and historical importance.
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.
Six reasons to visit the Golden Gate Highlands National Park
Here, we bring you some of the best on-screen locations that you can experience on your next trip to South Africa – and which films to watch before you visit!
How do you enjoy a South African-style 'staycation' in the UK?
Not only can you catch a glimpse of the famous Big Five, but you will find yourself surrounded by hundreds of bird species, ancient trees, winding rivers, superb accommodation and adventure.
The township of Soweto to the south-west of Johannesburg has transformed from a legacy of the apartheid era to a vibrant, energetic hub that will ignite your senses and immerse you in true South African culture. The thriving heart of Soweto is one of the most well-known streets in South Africa, Vilakazi Street.
Discover the traditional South African curry dish - bunny chow
Boulders Beach, just outside Cape Town, has so much going for it you will be blown away by the beauty of the small hidden attraction. The ancient granite boulders protect it from the wind and large waves, which makes it an ideal swimming spot for children. Because it falls under the Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area, the beach is always clean and safe, and it is rarely crowded. This comes at the cost of a small price, but who wouldn’t be willing to part ways with R65 for a day in this paradise?