The Western Cape is an extremely diverse province both in its cultures and landscapes as well as its flora and fauna. Visitors to the Western Cape can also enjoy a wide variety of good food and excellent wines at many well-priced restaurants and, for golf enthusiasts a host of award winning golf courses await. The province has a well-laid out network of motorways... read more
Mpumalanga & Kruger National Park
Mpumalanga, which means "land of the rising sun" in the local SiSwati language, has it all - from the exhilarating wildlife of the Kruger National Park, to secluded mountain retreats, ancient ruined cities, wild water sports, some of South Africa's most vibrant African cultures and Africa's premier golf course: Leopard Creek.
The province's year-round sunny weather, soaring peaks, steamy jungles and expansive waterways have also made it home to a bewildering array of adventure sports, from expeditions down the world's oldest caves, to taking flight at the continent's largest paragliding festival and many spectacular golf courses... read more
Limpopo & Kruger National Park
Limpopo is South Africa's northernmost province, lying within the great curve of the Limpopo River. It is a region of contrasts, from true bushveld country to majestic mountains, primeval indigenous forests, unspoilt wilderness and patchworks of farmland.
The province borders the countries of Botswana to the west, Zimbabwe to the north and Mozambique to the east. In the eastern region lies the northern half of the magnificent Kruger National Park, a nature reserve teeming with African wildlife in a total area roughly the size of Israel.
Limpopo is the gateway to the rest of Africa, with its shared borders making it favourably situated for economic cooperation with other parts of southern Africa... read more
Sun City & Pilanesberg
Deep in the rugged bushveld, in the heart of an ancient volcano, lies the world's most unique resort, the internationally acclaimed Sun City. The Resort has a unique heartbeat and an African rhythm of its own and is unlike any other Resort destination in the world. This is pure fantasy and your every desire is met.
The Sun City Resort, Africa's Kingdom of Pleasure, in South Africa provides entertainment for everyone! The resort dazzles visitors with its glamorous casinos, gourmet restaurants, extensive sports facilities and star-studded spectaculars.
The fabulous Suncity resort complex captivates visitors with its combination of golf, leisure, safari and gambling as well as world-class accommodation. Formerly the gaming capital of Africa, Sun City is still a hotspot for those wishing to gamble but also for those just wishing to relax. Nevertheless, the focus is now on the total experience of stylish entertainment in Africa... read more
KwaZulu Natal Golf Coast
The Zulu Kingdom is famous for its rich history dating back to the ancient Bushmen people and King Shaka Zulu. The beauty and history of this diverse region will take your breath away.
Under the sunny African sky, the azure-blue Indian Ocean, Mangrove swamps and limpid lagoons, give way to rolling green hills and indigenous sub-tropical forests shimmering in the distance before they reach the majestic Drakensberg mountains, Africa's biggest mountain range.
KwaZulu Natal boasts South Africa's best climate, sandy beaches and tourist facilities. Even during "winter" one can relax on the beach or go for a stroll through the picturesque trails leading through some of Africa's oldest forests... read more
Gauteng: Johannesburg & Pretoria
Gauteng is known as the "Place of Gold" as it is the commercial and industrial powerhouse of the country. From the leafy streets and diplomacy of Pretoria to Johannesburg’s vibrant city life, Gauteng is a cosmopolitan mix of people from all walks of life.
Gauteng is where the creative spirit of a nation converges in a dense, cultural heartland. Gauteng's primary attraction is big business, but there is so much more to this province. There is a wealth of culture to be mined in the museums, galleries, art routes and historical battlefields. Gauteng is also an entertainment playground, offering a plethora of world-class shopping malls, restaurants, cafes, theatres and music venues.
With only 1.4% of South Africa's land area, the tiny province of Gauteng punches way above its weight, contributing 33% to the national economy and a phenomenal 10% to the GDP of the entire African continent... read more