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WWith nine provinces to explore, each with a soul of their own, you’ll never run out of memories to make.
South Africa’s third-smallest province, KwaZulu-Natal has a wealth of scenic and cultural attractions.
Mpumalanga means ‘the land of the rising sun’, a name it derives from lying on the eastern border of the country.
The Free State is essentially an agricultural province and its appeal lies in its scenic beauty, rural tranquillity and natural attractions.
The scenic splendour of the Western Cape has long been a drawcard in South Africa.
South Africa’s ‘wild’ province, the Eastern Cape features expanses of untouched beach, bush and forest.
The Northern Cape is the largest of South Africa’s provinces but has the smallest population, making it one of the more remote areas of the country.
North West is a province of South Africa. Its a peaceful province with a year round, sunny climate, exciting wildlife destinations like the Pilanesberg National Park and Madikwe Game Reserve.
Small town charm
Water scarcity does not mean you should delay or cancel your trip – South Africa is ready to welcome you on a once in a lifetime adventure while encouraging visitors to use water responsibly when travelling through our beautiful country.
Inland from the Cape’s famous Garden Route, over breathtakingly beautiful mountain passes, magnificent red rocks and the wide open spaces of the Klein Karoo, you’ll find Oudtshoorn – once known internationally as the ostrich capital of the world
Settle in to a genuine South African experience in Groot Marico. It's no wonder that so many of Herman Charles Bosman's tales featured this part of the country.
Stellenbosch is internationally renowned for its beautiful environment, wine farms, street cafés, restaurants, quality wines, historical buildings and its famous university.
Pilgrim's Rest is situated on the magnificent Panorama Route of the Mpumalanga province. The entire village is a tourist attraction and was declared a National Monument in 1986.