Our Beautiful Provinces Are Waiting For You...
The second largest of South Africa’s nine provinces, Eastern Cape is situated between the Western Cape and Kwa-Zulu Natal, boarded by the Orange River and Drakensburg Mountains. This province is a paradise for nature lovers, ideal for surfing, hiking, sailing, bird viewing and much more. Hole in the Wall is an iconic landmark of this region. Eastern Cape is also the home of The Deep River Gorges in Tsitsikamma Forest and Addo Elephant National Park. Eastern Cape can provide you a range of fun and excitement, and if you in for a real thrill. Why not bungee jump off Bloukrans Bridge?
The Free State boast wide horizons, blue skies and golden sunflowers. This tranquil land will greet its visitors with the warm South African hospitality. You will be blown away, by the amazing Sandstone Mountains of the Golden Gate National Park. A day’s visit to Basotho Cultural Village is a must for any visitor of the Free State. For the more adventurous, you can enjoy a day’s gaming at the Franklin Game Reserve, or water sporting at Sterkfontein Dam.
Nicknamed the, “Iron Jungle”, a vibrant metropolitan with fun filled adventure. Monta Casino, is considered to be one of Gauteng’s number one entertainment destinations. Gold Reef City, located on an old gold mine, approximately eight kilometres from Johannesburg, lies the Gold Reef City Amusement Park. You can enjoy the rides on the park, including the Anaconda, known as the fastest roller coaster in Africa. There is plenty to do for the whole family.
Kwa-Zulu Natal has it all…. This wonderful province has something to offer every traveller. Durban the warmest place …..from the people to the oceans, this is the place to be. You can enjoy a bird’s eye view from the Moses Madhiba Stadium or soak up the sun at Ushaka Marine World. The South Coast can be enjoyed all year long. Pristine shores from Toti to Wild Coast, the fun never stops. There is no reason for travellers to be tucked away in winter, you can catch the phenomenon sardine run, known as, “The greatest shoal on earth.” Golden Beaches, historical battle-fields, Nature Reserves, sensational Golf Course, The North Coast will amaze your senses. You can enjoy hours on end Dolphin Watching, or Whale spotting. Nature at its best. The Drakensburg boasts snow tipped mountain’s in Winter. Imagine being snowed -in for winter, lazing by the fire place, Marshmallow’s and Hot Chocolate, an experience for every traveller. The Midlands also show’s off the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and Ukhahlamba Drakensburg Park. Midlands meander a stop not to be missed.
A province bordering Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, this superb province will amaze your senses. The Makgabeng Plateau shows off its, ancient rock art, whilst our travellers explores history in the fossil rich caves of Makapansgat. In the town of Musina, you will find, Africa’s weirdest tree – the Baobab. They live for thousands of years and grows slowly. Bela Bela a stop not to be missed, (Bela-Bela – that pot that boils) in Tswana, was built around the hot springs. It’s hot springs produce 22,000 litres per hour at 5°c (126 °F).
Bodering Swaziland and Mozamique, Mpumalanga embraces the Blyde River Canyon. Blyde River Canyon, the world’s third largest canyon and also known as a green canyon because of its subtropical foliage. Mpumalanga, “land of the rising sun”, in Siswati language. This beautiful province has much to offer it’s travellers, from secluded Mountain retreats to wild water sports and exotic wildlife. Mpumalanga, will bring you closer to Nature.
The North West provides the complete tourism package, from untamed bushveld to luxuarious accommodation. The North West have been blessed by Mother Nature with breath taking scenic views. Sun City with its Casinos, superb hotels and waterparks, an attraction to most travellers. North West is also home to South Africa’s biggest National Park, ” The Pilansberg”. At the heart of the park lies the million years old Volcanic crater. Hartbeespoort Dam, is an ideal destination for the Water Sporting enthusiast, enjoying a day of sailing, canoeing, fishing and snorkelling.
Northern Cape is home to the famous , “ Kalahari Desert” and the diamond fields around Kimberley. Kimberley’s “Big Hole” a site not to be missed. Boasting a colourful history and a variety of cultural tourist attractions, Northern Cape is known for its incredible annual flora display, every Botanist dream to view the beauty that unfolds in the Namaqualand National Park, simply breath-taking. The Augrabies Fall National Park, stretches along the Orange River. This spectacular Waterfall is about 60 meters high, a truly sensational site. You can also sit back and enjoy the Flamingo’s in Kamfers Dam.
One of South Africa’s Premier Tourist Destinations. The mother City of South Africa, Cape Town Boast the magnificent Table Mountain. The Cape Winelands are South Africa’s treasured attractions. They represent the heart of the wine making industry in the country. You can tour the garden route, a costal corridor of Africa, or enjoy a day with the residence of Boulder Bay, these African Penguins will keep you amazed.