Port Elizabeth is one of the many hidden gems of South Africa. It’s a city that’s bursting with vibrant culture, exhilarating adventure activities and friendly locals who’ll make visitors feel right at home – after all, it’s not known as “the friendly city” for nothing.
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It’s without a doubt that the Wild Coast has so much to offer especially with regard to accommodation where visitors get to relax and appreciate their surroundings in a scenic, lush and tranquil setting.
What does it mean to be free? To unshackle yourself from the daily pressures of life and to completely absorb yourself in something truly breathtaking?
It’s unquestionable that Free State culture is a true melting pot of traditions. Locals have descended directly from several traditional Southern African groups as well as a long line of Dutch ancestors.
Travel is a truly enrich experience, one that doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag. In fact we believe that every person should make time for adventures that don’t break the bank.
Have you ever considered going back to the bush? Is that where you left your heart and soul? Well, if so, we’ve got good news for you. It’s National Parks Week at the South African National Parks (SANParks), giving you the perfect opportunity to get in touch with your natural heritage… for free.
The Cultural Heartland of Mpumalanga is a place to become immersed in the time-honoured cultural traditions of the people of this area and connect with their beautiful, natural settings. South African cultural villages either celebrate the ethnic diversity of the country or focus on the traditions of a specific group. Gain a greater understanding of our people through tours, traditional song, dancing, storytelling and a delicious meal at the fireside.
Mountain views and serene surroundings set the scene for a host of activities that will keep you entertained while visiting the town of Dullstroom. This charming Mpumalanga town is more interesting than the name suggests.
Mpumalanga means “the place where the sun rises”, and while it may be among South Africa’s smallest provinces, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in spectacular natural diversity.
With just a few more weeks of winter left, there’s no better time than now to hit the road in search for the perfect winter getaway.