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Eastern Cape

Eastern Cape ProvinceThe Eastern Cape Province offers diverse holiday experiences, with the over-riding qualities of unspoiled nature and being away from the madding crowds. There is a great diversity in the characteristics of the regions, and the type of vacation you will experience – from beautiful unspoiled beaches to stunning mountain scenery, from semi desert open spaces and starry skies to malaria free game reserves. From the highest mountains in the country giving rise to clear sparkling trout filled st...

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Free State

The Free State Province of South Africa The Free State Province of South Africa is known for its endless fields of maize, wheat and sunflowers, small ‘dorpies’ (‘one-horse’ towns and villages) with pretty 19th century sandstone homes and buildings, magnificent churches, windmills, cattle, sheep and San Bushman Rock Art. This central province of South Africa was long ago robbed of its huge herds of game and the predator species that depended on them. Though game have been returned in a few reserves and conserva...

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Gauteng

Gauteng, South Africa Gauteng is the smallest Province in South Africa, and by far the wealthiest. The major part of the Province is developed, with the sprawling metropolis of Johannesburg and the suburbs of Tshwane (Pretoria) growing ever closer. Nevertheless there are enormous tracts of open space and many nature and outdoor attractions – from nature reserves, many with great hiking trails, 4×4 routes and other outdoor activities, to the Cradle of Humankind Heritage Site in the north-west section of the pr...

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KwaZulu-Natal

KwaZulu-Natal KwaZulu-Natal is probably the most diverse province in South Africa in many respects. From the soaring Drakensberg Mountain Range in the east to the golden beaches of the sub-tropical coastline and everything in between, the ecological diversity is quite astounding. From an economic point of view, the province plays a vital role in the country – Durban, situated in the eThekwini Metropole, is the major port city in the country and most of the exports and imports for Gauteng, South Africa’s ...

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Limpopo

The Limpopo Province of South Africa The Limpopo Province, South Africa’s northernmost province, with Botswana to the west, Zimbabwe to the north and Mozambique to the east, is the gateway to Africa. Click to zoom in The diverse landscape of the Limpopo spans across the beautiful Waterberg Mountains, primeval indigenous forests that are mysterious, misty and ancient, Mopani trees that offer shade and food to herds of plains game and bushveld tracts where elephant bake under a relentless African sun. In the Soutpansberg region, e...

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Mpumalanga

Mpumalanga Mpumalanga is called ‘Paradise Country’ and is one of the most beautiful and geographically diverse provinces in South Africa. It is the second smallest province in South Africa, landlocked between Gauteng, Limpopo, Mozambique, Swaziland, the Free State and Kwa-Zulu Natal. The entire province of 79500km² has an estimated population of only 4 million and so despite its small size, it still offers vast rural and scenic areas with many outdoors attractions, offering an array of outdoors and a...

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North West

The North West Province The North West Province of South Africa borders Botswana and is the result of a ‘merger’ between the former tribal homeland Bophutatswana and the western part of the Transvaal. The population is therefore predominantly Tswana, and the Province has a rich Tswana  tribal heritage. The Province is divided into four regions: Bojanala Platinum, Central District, Southern District and Bophirima. Bojanala is the location of the well known city of Rustenburg and enjoys significant wealth from pl...

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Northern Cape

The Northern Cape Province of South Africa The Northern Cape Province of South Africa is a vast and deceptively arid area – ‘deceptively’, as the varied semi-arid to arid landscapes support an astonishing biodiversity in a variety of biomes that range from sheep dotted Karoo ‘veld’ to the deep red dunes of the Kalahari ‘desert’. Possibly the flowers in Namaqualand is the best known feature of this area. In spring the most glorious carpets of flowers attract botanists from all over the world. Pho...

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Western Cape

Western Cape, South AfricaThe Western Cape is a very popular international tourist destination, with good reason. The scenic beauty is legendary, the diversity unmatched and the choice for planning a holiday is just astounding. You may be wondering how all these superlatives can be justified, but take a look at what is on offer and decide for yourself. Cape Town is the hub of the Western Cape, offering beautiful beaches, mountains and the famous Cape Winelands within easy reach of the buzz of an internationally acclaime...

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