is so much to do and see where ever one goes, it truly is a
"World in One Country" and we invite you to come and
experience the warmth and friendliness of our people and the
beauty of our land.
While in Cape Town visit Table Mountain, the funicular experience
is an adventure in itself with 360 degree spectacular views.
The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront offers the ardent shopper or
tourist a great variety of stores and activities to entertain
you. The Cape Point Nature Reserve is another must for any tourist
visiting Cape Town as this is where the mighty Atlantic and
Indian Oceans are said to meet. One can have lunch at the Two
Oceans Restaurant whilst admiring the breathtaking and panoramic
views across False Bay.
The Cape Winelands with world-renowned wine estates and historic
Stellenbosch are all within a 30 minute drive of the city. Of
particular interest is The Village of Spier which offers wine-tasting,
picnics by the lake, close encounters with both cheetahs and
Birds of Prey as well as golf on the Spier Golf Estate.
on a day trip to Hermanus to see the Whales(seasonal) or get
the adrenalin flowing and do some shark cage diving / boat deck
viewing with the Great Whites near Gansbaai. The drive via Betty's
Bay offers one of the most scenic coastal views in the country.
GARDEN ROUTE (The Florida of Africa)
On the Garden Route we visit one of the great wonders of the
world - The Cango Caves. We also visit the Cheetah & Wildlife
Ranch and world famous Ostrich farms taking in spectacular views
while travelling over the
Outeniqua Pass. Take a short train trip on the The Outeniqua
Choo-Tjoe steam train from George to Knysna which passes through
some of the most marvellous scenery in this area.
In the Knysna and Plettenberg Bay area you can feed and stroke
the Knysna Elephants, visit Monkeyland, enjoy the beauty of
this coastal area from a motor/glider plane or just relax on
the beaches. Other favourites are: whale/dolphin viewing sea
cruises and a lagoon cruise to the Knysna Heads followed by
a few dozen Knysna oysters at the quayside.
This province has the greatest diversity of scenery, variety
of resorts and of people and cultures, than any other in South
africa. Visit traditional Zulu kraals in the Valley of a Thousand
Hills with it's panaromic views and vistas. Their is historic
interest throughout KwaZulu-Natal - visit areas where battles
took place between Boer and British, Zulu and British conflicts
sites, kraals and historic places in Zulu history and the majestic
wonderland of the Drakensberg mountains.
Dolphin coast, an expanse of golden beaches is the playground
of the bottlenose dolphin who frolic in the waters close to
shore all year round.
The Eastern Cape offers 800km of untouched and pristine
coastline. Port Elizabeth alone has 40 km of magnificent beaches
and, with it's perfect combination of warm water, calm sea and
fair breezes, it is one of the best sailing venues in the world.
Ocean deities ordain Jeffrey's Bay as a mecca for surf. The
Supertubes is the location of the world famous Billabong Pro
every July where waves reach as high as 3m (20ft).
In the area are a number of top game parks such a Shamwari who
contain "The Big 5", Addo National Elephant Park,
Kariega Game Reserve and Gorah Elephant Camp.
For the highest Bungee Jump in the World, throw yourself off
the Bloukrans Bridge on Storms River. The180m freefall takes
seven seconds traveling at 193kmph.
Other attractions include The Nelson Mandela Museum, which displays
all the gifts he has received, The Valley of Desolation, the
product of volcanic and erosive forces of nature over 100 million
years, The Dwesa and the Hluleka Nature Reserves which both
have vantage points to observe dolphins and whales offshore.
In the northern parts of South Africa we visit places like Sun
City and the Lost City which has all the glamour and excitement
of Las Vegas-style entertainment. Game drives in the "malaria-free"
Pilanesberg National Park, host to "The Big 5" are an absolute
must when not on the golf course. The area is abundant with
80 species of animals and more than 360 species of birds.