Ballito a beautiful coastal town known for the Bottlenose Dolphins that frequent its waters. Just off the N2 national freeway Ballito is a thriving community of shopping centres, housing estates and small beach shops, all rolled into one.
Art - South Africa
Art - South Africa provides a comprehensive directory of artists, art suppliers, art routes etc in South Africa.
Pietermaritzburg - South Africa
The Boer settlers earmarked this site as their capital-to-be, having crossed over the Drakensberg Mountain range into Zulu territory on their Great Trek from British dominion in the Cape Colony and in 1838 laid the foundation of a neat grid of streets and lanes of Pietermaritzburg.
Durban North - South Africa
Durban North is a large upmarket suburb spreading from Durban's Umgeni River to lavish La Lucia in KwaZulu-Natal Province.
Durban Central - South Africa
Everyone knows that Durban is the “warmest place to be” and is popular for its Warm Weather all year round.
Nottingham Road - South Africa
The picturesque, ordered beauty and attractions of Nottingham Road's extensive farmlands remain deeply rooted in antiquity
St Lucia - South Africa
St Lucia is surrounded by an estuary that lies at the southernmost entrance to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and is home to five recognisable ecosystems and includes swamps, lake systems, coral reefs, beaches, wetlands, woodlands and coastal forests.
Ladysmith - South Africa
On the banks of the Klip River in KwaZulu-Natal is Ladysmith an ideal stopping place for a few hours as it’s about halfway between Johannesburg and Durban.
Rustenburg - South Africa
Rustenburg, including Tlhabane and Phokeng, is a town located in the Bojanala region of the North West Province in South Africa.
Cape Town to Namiba
The Cape-Namibia route is a stretch of road that connects Cape Town, South Africa, to Namibia’s capital, Windhoek, in a distance over 1600 km. It consists not only of the N7, from Cape Town straight north into Namibia, but also encompasses highways and byways to the west and east which add their own local flavour.
Otjiwarongo - Namibia
Otjiwarongo is the capital city of the Otjozondjupa Province of Namibia. It is located in the northern parts of the country and has a total population of approximately 70 000 residents.
Swakopmund - Namibia
Swakopmund (German for "Mouth of the Swakop") is a city on the coast of northwestern Namibia, 280 km (170 mi) west of Windhoek, Namibia's capital.
Motheo, also known as Bloemfontein, is located in the Motheo and Xhariep region of the Free State Province in South Africa.
Margate - South Africa
Margate is 'the holiday capital' of the South Coast. Margate together with Ramsgate is a vibrant and colourful area, famous for its nightlife and beaches.
Restaurants - Namibia
Are you looking for the best restaurants, coffee shops, pubs or bakeries to serve that perfect meal? Look no further than Namibia's most comprehensive list restaurants which will cater for every taste. Here you will find everything you want to know about a restaurant – photos, contact details, detailed maps and content.
Activities - Namibia
Our Activities Namibia Directory is a comprehensive guide to activities in all the regions & towns of Namibia.
Namibia Travel Info
Namibia offers the visitor bountiful sunshine, abundance of wildlife & game reserves, scenic beauty and rich diversity of geological phenomena. Namibia is a photographer’s dream – it boasts wild seascapes, rugged mountains, lonely deserts, stunning wildlife, colonial cities and nearly unlimited elbow room.
Weddings - Namibia
The Namibia Wedding Directory is here to help every bride to be. We have a comprehensive online directory which will put you in the right direction for the perfect wedding. Planning your dream wedding is not just 1,2,3…but we are here to assist you through this magical process.
Game Lodges - Namibia
For decades people came to visit Namibia for the most sought Safari’s and Game Reserves in Africa. Everyone should experience a bush break at least once in their life. Observe the magnificent wildlife and African landscape in a luxury Game Lodge or Wildlife Reserve. Come and unwind your senses on African soil.
South Africa Crafts
South Africa Crafts Directory
Shopping Online - South Africa
South Africa Online Shopping Directory
Gaborone - Botswana
Gaborone is the capital and largest city of Botswana. Prior to this, it was just a small, traditional village named after chief Gaborone of the Batlokwa tribe.
Winterton - South Africa
At the main access point to central Drakensberg is where Winterton is found, and is located in what can only be called stunning foothills.
Clarens - South Africa
Clarens is a small town situated in the Thabo Mofutsanyana region of the Free State Province in South Africa.
Kroonstad - South Africa
Kroonstad is a small town situated in the Northern Free State region of the Free State Province in South Africa.
Restaurants - South Africa
Are you looking for the best restaurants, coffee shops, pubs or bakeries to serve that perfect meal?
Activities - South Africa
South Africa is undoubtedly one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world!
Green Products - South Africa
Green products – South Africa, provides information on environmentally friendly products as well as providing a directory for advertisers of green products.
Namibia - Africa
Wedged between the Kalahari and the South Atlantic, Namibia enjoys vast potential as one of the youngest countries in Africa.
Windhoek - Namibia
Windhoek is the capital of Namibia and is located in a basin between the Khomas Highland, Auas and Eros Mountains. Windhoek sits 1,680m above sea level, 650km north of the Orange River and 360km from the Atlantic seaboard.
Waterberg - South Africa
The Waterberg region is located near the majestic Waterberg Mountain Range away from the concrete, streets and bustle of people going to work every day. This region is known for its natural beauty, bushveld savannah and large animal population.
Lamberts Bay - South Africa
Rich in history and famous for its moderate climate and miles of pristine beaches and birdlife! This gem of a seaside village owes its origin to simple beginnings as a fishing village, like most of the surrounding South African coast villages, but is has become one of the major tourist attractions on the West Coast due to its moderate all year climate.
Victoria West - South Africa
Victoria West lies nestled between two mountains and a rivert. It is a small town with an unofficial population of little over 11 000 people. The town was founded in 1855 and since it has grown into a thriving Karoo town.
Kimberley - South Africa
Kimberley is the capital city in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. Kimberley, known as the "Diamond City", is in the centre of South Africa with two national roads leading to it. The N12 (Cape Town via the N1 to the south and Pretoria/Johannesburg to the north) and the N8 going east to west.
Kakamas - South Africa
Kakamas is a rather small town situated in the Northern Cape of South Africa. This interesting town was originally built by a church and named after the Khoi word for 'poor pasture'. Today, this name poorly reflects on a fertile valley in the lower Orange River, graced with vineyards, cotton and Lucerne fields.
Weddings - South Africa
Weddings - South Africa, provides a detailed wedding directory for South Africa.
The North West Province - South Africa
The North West Province of South Africa is bounded on the north by Botswana, on the south by the provinces of Free State and the Northern Cape, and on the northeast and east by the Limpopo Province and Gauteng.
Golf - South Africa
For the golf enthusiast, South Africa is a wonderful destination - and that's an understatement. The country boasts an ideal climate for spending time out on the fairways under the bright African sun, and golfers here are blessed for choice.
A comprehensive guide to motoring in South Africa
Business Info - South Africa provides a comprehensive list of businesses in South Africa.
Kids Fun - South Africa
This family travel guide is based on a unique travel guide concept: It is written and maintained by children and parents for children and their parents and shall give you great tips and advice for your family holidays around the world which includes a child’s perspective of the world
South Africa Travel Information
Situated on the south western tip of Africa, Cape Town and the Western Cape is recognised as one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Wine Farms - South Africa
South Africa's vineyards are mostly situated in the Western Cape near the coast. Rainfall on the coastal side, where fynbos and renosterveld vegetation flourish, measures up to 1 000 mm per year.
Conferencing - South Africa
Conferencing South Africa consists of the best conference venues in Southern Africa with a variety of different sized venues in the most sought locations.
Health and Beauty - South Africa
The Health and Beauty Directory offers a comprehensive listing of beauty, health and related products, services and treatments in South Africa.
Holistic Health - South Africa
Holistic health is a concept in medical practice upholding that all aspects of people's needs including psychological, physical and social should be taken into account and seen as a whole.
Game Lodges & Nature Reserves - South Africa
For decades people came to visit South Africa for the most sought Safari’s and Game Reserves in Africa. Everyone should experience a bushbreak at least once in their life.
Calvinia - South Africa
The Karoo town of Calvinia lies in South Africa's largest province, the Northern Cape, about halfway between Cape Town and Upington. Here in this gem of a town the people are still real, you can stop a stranger to ask directions, or sometimes just to chat. In Calvinia you can allow yourself to be "transported" to the past without being deprived of all the modern comforts.
Klerksdorp - South Africa
Klerksdorp, including Stilfontein, Hartbeesfontein and Orkney, is a city located in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda region of the North West Province, South Africa.
White River is situated in the Kruger Lowveld region of Mpumalanga in South Africa, of which the area is hugely sought after and where property remains a valuable investment.
A charming town of streets lined with flowering trees providing a peaceful atmosphere. White River offers visitors much to do and see from a butterfly garden to a petting zoo, as well as 3 well supplied irrigation dams. Conveniently located between Nelspruit and the Kruger National Park, White River is a tight knit community of artists, farmers and nature lovers, along with those wishing to escape city life.
Wellington is an historical town steeped in tradition, situated in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Lovers of the outdoors and certainly wine will enjoy visiting Wellington where so much is offered to its visitors.
Nestled at the foot of the Hawequas Mountains, Wellington is etched in beauty and only a 45 minute drive out of Cape Town making it easily accessible to visitors. A tourist centre, the town has grown rapidly since the opening of the brilliant Bainskloof Pass in 1853.
Cape Agulhas sits at the southernmost tip of Africa and is located in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, South Africa. A form of translation from Portuguese as the “Cape of Needles” named so after early navigators noticed that the compass north coincided with the true north of the region. Until the 20th century the town was known as Cape L’Agulhas and today carries various versions from Cape Agulhas to L’Agulhas.
Struisbaai is an unbelievably picturesque coastal village located in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, South Africa. Just 4kms from Cape Agulhas, Struisbaai is close to the southernmost tip of Africa.
A deep-rooted fishing village which has many sights and activities to offer visitors. The old white-washed fishermen cottage's at the entrance to Struisbaai are national monuments and have been restored into holiday homes today.
Paarl is the third oldest town in South Africa and is located in the Cape Winelands region of the Western Cape. Being the largest town within the Cape Winelands, Paarl has many activities and attractions to offer. Only 60kms from Cape Town, makes Paarl easily accessible to those travelling from other countries and regions.
SA Info Publications provide useful information for travelers on activities, attractions, restaurants, useful nos, maps, conservation, etc
Lusaka - Zambia
Information provided on Lusaka including accommodation, things to do, restaurants, businesses etc
Parys - Free State
Parys in the Free State Information directory - Information is provided on accommodation, activities, restaurants and businesses in Parys, South Africa.
Magaliesburg - South Africa
Magaliesburg - North West Province - Information is provided on accommodation, activities, restaurants and businesses in Magaliesburg, South Africa.
Deneysville - Free State
Deneysville in the Free State Information directory - Information is provided on accommodation, activities, restaurants and businesses in Deneysville, South Africa.
Information is supplied on Superyachts including directory listings for crew, accommodation, marinas etc
Gansbaai is located in the Overberg region of Western Cape, South Africa - transformed from a small fishing village into the tourist hub of today, Gansbaai is a naturally peaceful and relaxing town to escape the hustle and bustle that city life brings. Locals are friendly, the area inviting and coupled with its unspoilt beauty, Gansbaai is a great holiday destination.
Paternoster is located on the West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa and is one of the oldest fishing villages on the West Coast. Lying between Saldanha Bay and St Helena Bay, Paternoster is a popular tourist destination all year round.
With its white sandy beaches, rugged coastline and white-washed fishermen cottages, Paternoster gives the impression that you are in another world lost in charm and peace. The town is known for its delicious local seafood with many commercial industries in this field including abalone, oyster and mussel farming, as well as the canning of pilchards.
Ceres, said to be named after the Roman goddess of agriculture, is located in the Cape Winelands region of the Western Cape, South Africa. Situated in a wonderfully fertile area, Ceres is one of South Africa's top producers of deciduous fruit. Export quality fresh and dried fruit, fruit juices and natural spring water is produced here.
Hazyview is situated in the Kruger Lowveld region of Mpumalanga in South Africa, and is known as the gateway to the southern part of theKruger National Park and the Panorama Escarpment.
Established in 1959 when the post office was built, Hazyview is a popular tourist stop-over for those wishing to go to the Kruger National Park or view the Escarpment with its panoramic views at God’s Window and over the Blyde River Canyon.
Vryburg is a large agricultural town situated in the Bophirima region of the North West in South Africa halfway between Kimberley and Mafikeng.
Vryburg is known to be the country’s largest beef producing area with the most popular being Bonsmara cattle. The town is a thriving agricultural centre with maize and peanuts predominantly produced. Vryburg plays host to South Africa’s third largest annual agricultural show which is well attended each year.
Brits is situated in the Bojanala region of the North West in South Africa, and is a large town in a fertile area of which the soils are irrigated by Hartbeespoort Dam. Brits was founded on a farm in 1924 with it being in the middle of a successful grain-producing area. Several business industries form a good industrial base of which the town plays an important role in the South African mining industry. Approximately 94% of the country's platinum comes from Brits and Rustenburg, and in addition there is a large vanadium mine in the area.
Livingstone is located in the Southern region of Zambia lying just north of the Zambezi River. The town is a tourist centre for those visitingVictoria Falls and is a border town with Zimbabwe on the other side.
Historically a British colonial city, Livingstone was named after David Livingstone, a British explorer who was the first European to experience the area and set eyes on Victoria Falls. Not much has changed for Livingstone over the years with the main streets still lined with colonial British architecture interspersed with African designs.
Ponta do Ouro is located in the Maputo region of southern Mozambique only ten kilometers from the South African border. This quaint little town is a tourist hub throughout the year as South Africans and tourists from afar flock here for the fantastic white sandy beach, spunky dolphins, vibrant corals and generally the great holiday vibe. Rated as one of the top ten attractions in Africa and fondly known as Ponta, the town is a must-see when visiting Mozambique.
Maputo is located in its own region of Mozambique and is the country's capital. Previously known as Lourenço Marques before its independence, many of the buildings in the city have scars from the civil war that raged in the country for years, giving the capital a slightly run-down feel to it. However Maputo is slowly rebuilding itself and regaining its popularity as a tourist destination instead of a city en-route to the north.
Vaalwater is located in the Waterberg area of Limpopo, South Africa, and is situated near the Mokolo River. Vaalwater sits at the southern edge of what is known as the Waterberg Massif, a large biosphere which contains a number of mammals including some of the Big Five.
Vaalwater has many historical and interesting buildings for visitors to view including the Church of St John the Baptist, as well as numerous herb farms which can also be visited. There are countless self-drive routes which can be explored to experience the authentic Waterberg bush.
Muldersdrift is located in the West Rand area of Gauteng, South Africa, and forms part of a scenic tourist route known as the Crocodile Ramble. This route is the most popular of all the craft routes in South Africa and is a cultural hub of arts and craft industries from pottery, art to beading and even brewery. The popular Lesedi Cultural Village is a must-see open-air living museum. Here the traditions of the local people can be experienced providing a fascinating tour.
Dinokeng is located in the Tshwana area of Gauteng, South Africa, and offers tourists an idyllic and authentic bush experience to escape the city life. Dinokeng is a unique tourist destination in that it holds a free roaming Big Five game reserve - Dinokeng Game Reserve, 18,500ha of beautiful African bush.
World Wedding Directory
World wedding directory provides information on planning your wedding in many destinations across the globe. Information is provided on venues, planning, dressess, accommodation etc.
Cardiff - Wales
Cardiff Information provides travellers with information on accommodation, things to do, restaurants, businesses and more in and around Cardiff in Wales.
United Kingdom Travel Information
United Kingdom Travel Information provides travellers with information on accommodation, restaurant, businesses, activities etc when travelling in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom.
England Info provides a comprehensive directory of information on accommodation, restaurants, activities and businesses in England which forms part of the United Kingdom (Britain).
We provide a directory of establishments and information on World Travel.
United Kingdom consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and they each unique countries with their own customs, cultures and tradition.
Africa Travel Info
Africa is a vast continent spanning over 8,000km (5,000 mi) north to south and 7,500 km (4,800 mi) east to west (not including islands) and contains a wide array of people, skin colours, religions, and cultures.
Retail - South Africa
Retail South Africa offers a comprehensive retail directory for shopping in South Africa.
Accommodation - South Africa
South Africa offers a range of accommodation options and we provide a detailed directory of these in the form of hotels, guest houses, self-catering etc.
Swaziland is the last monarchy in sub-saharan Africa and considered to be “The Royal Kingdom”. It is surrounded by South African provinces and the country of Mozambique on the east side.
Zambia is a landlocked country, bordered by Tanzania to the northeast, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the southeast, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south, a narrow strip of Namibia known as the Caprivi Strip to the southwest, Angola to the west, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the northwest.
Sport - South Africa
A comprehensive sport directory of South African sport.
Mafikeng, including Mmabatho and Rooigrond, is a city situated in the Central Region of the North West Province in South Africa. Mafikeng, the capital city of this province, was founded in the 1800s by mercenaries and soldiers who set up their own town.
Wales Info provides a comprehensive directory of information on accommodation, restaurants, activities and businesses in Wales which forms part of the United Kingdom (Britain).
Scotland Info provides a comprehensive directory of information on accommodation, restaurants, activities and businesses in Scotland which forms part of the United Kingdom (Britain).
Northern Ireland Info provides a comprehensive directory of information on accommodation, restaurants, activities and businesses in Northern Ireland which forms part of the United Kingdom (Britain).
London - England
Information is provided on London including accommodation, things to do, restaurants and businesses.
Somerset East - South Africa
Somerset East situated in the Eastern Cape, South Africa - the directory provides information general information on Somerset East as well as accommodation (hotels, guest houses, self-catering), activities, restaurants, business etc
St Francis Bay - South Africa
St Francis Bay situated in the Eastern Cape, South Africa - the directory provides information general information on St Francis Bay as well as accommodation (hotels, guest houses, self-catering), activities, restaurants, business etc
Victoria Falls - Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls situation in Zimbabwe and the directory provides information general information on Zimbabwe as well as accommodation (hotels, guest houses, self-catering), activities, restaurants, business etc
Harare - Zimbabwe
Harare is situation in Zimbabwe and the directory provides information general information on Harare as well as accommodation (hotels, guest houses, self-catering), activities, restaurants, business etc
Nairobi - Kenya
Nairobi is situation in Kenya and the directory provides information general information on Nairobi as well as accommodation (hotels, guest houses, self-catering), activities, restaurants, business etc
Lake Malawi - Malawi
Lake Malawi is situation in Malawi and the directory provides information general information on Lake Malawi as well as accommodation (hotels, guest houses, self-catering), activities, restaurants, business etc
Malawi’s offers a variety of attractions - Lake Malawi dominates the country, this is not a country of a singular attraction. It is the mixture of beautiful landscapes, fascinating wildlife, the alluring Lake Malawi, and rich culture that combine to make this small country such a wonderful place to visit. Malawi Info offers a comprehensive guide on accommodation, things to do, restaurants and business in the country.
Backpacking - Africa
A directory of backpacking in Africa with information on the various countries (South Africa, Lesotho, Kenya, Malawi etc) and information on the hostels.
A travel directory of backpackers in South Africa including information on tours, travel info, accommodation etc.
Potchefstroom - South Africa
Potchefstroom is a farming town situated in the Dr Kenneth Kaunda region of the North West Province in South Africa. It was founded in 1838 on the banks of the Mooi River by Andries Potgieter and his trekkers. Potchefstroom was then Transvaal’s oldest Voortrekker town and later became the capital of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek.
Carnarvon - South Africa
Carnarvon is an attractive and fascinating Karoo village surrounded by the hills that form part of the Karee Mountains in the Northern Cape province of South Africa.
Gauteng - South Africa
Gauteng is South Africa's smallest province, making up only 1.4% of the country's land area, but housing nearly 25% of South Africa's population as it is the country's economic centre. The province serves as the commercial hub for many overseas companies operating in South Africa and is a major centre for the financial, transport and technology sectors in the country.
Overberg Region - South Africa
The Cape Overberg is situated in the southernmost region of South Africa and boasts endless kilometers of sandy white beaches.
Durban Region - South Africa
Durban is a sophisticated cosmopolitan city of over three million people - a city where east meets west - a city beneath which beats the pulse of Africa - city known as the home of Africa's best managed, busiest port.
The Cape Winelands - South Africa
The Cape Winelands is situated in close proximity to Cape Town, with the towns of Stellenbosch and Paarl less than 30 minutes drive from Cape Town International Airport and Worcester only 60 minutes drive away.
Port Elizabeth - South Africa
Port Elizabeth, known as the "Friendly City", offers true freedom of choice. Nelson Mandela Bay is named after South Africa's former President, Nelson Mandela. This favourite holiday destination boasts with a perfect combination of warm water, breathtaking seashore and protected beaches.
Calitzdorp - South Africa
Calitzdorp, also known as the Port Capital of South Africa, is ideally situated at the heart of the Klein Karoo, within a couple of hours driving time of all the world-class tourist attractions of the region. It is an old village with architectural treasures and more interests than one can observe in a single visit.
Stilbaai is a charming seaside village on the Garden Route. It is situated along the banks of the Goukou River estuary where it meets the Indian Ocean on the Southern Cape coast of South Africa.
Barrydale - South Afrca
Barrydale is unique, a special place to be visited all year round. Enclosed in a narrow valley at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, this lovely Karoo village still retains the timeless countryside charm where the heart of its people will welcome you. Old-time residents and new-comers from over the world give special charm to Barrydale.
Montagu - South Africa
Montagu is a charming, historic town, nestled between two mountain ranges, halfway between Cape Town and the Garden Route, in the heart of the legendary Route 62. With crystal clear air, beautiful mountains, a superb climate and plenty to do, it is the ideal breakaway spot from city life.
Worcester - South Africa
Worcester is a town in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is located 120 km north-east of Cape Town on the N1 highway north to Johannesburg.
The West Coast Region - South Africa
The West Coast region is located along the south-west coast of South Africa within the Western Cape Province. Made up of 44 towns, it extends from Blaauwberg in the Cape Metropolitan Area in the south, to the provincial border of Namaqualand in the north.
Zululand Region - South Africa
Zululand stretches up from the Dolphin Coast to Richard's Bay and inland from the Tugela River to the Pongola River. It is a land of lush green hills, long waving grasslands and abundant forests.
Battlefields Region - South Africa
There are tour guides to accompany you on tours of the Battlefields, who can tell you about each battle, how many died, debate the strategies used and earned medals and what reward were won by the brave.
The Free State - South Africa
The Free State is a region wedged between the magnificent Orange and Vaal Rivers and is a rural Province of wide horizons, blue skies; with farmlands, mountains, goldfields and widely dispersed towns.The Orange River forms the southern boundary of the Free State and includes the Gariep and Vanderkloof Dams, which are the largest dams in the country.
Mpumalanga - South Africa
Mpumalanga, meaning "land of the rising sun”, in the local SiSwati language, is South Africa's top tourist destination. Situated on the North East border of South Africa bounded by Swaziland and Mozambique, the Province is made up of two distinctly contrasting types of scenery which are: the dramatic topography of escarpment and the bush of the lowveld.
The Northern Cape - South Africa
The Northern Cape is both the largest and least populated province in South Africa. It is vast, dry and at times very cold with snow common on the southern plains that reach between 1200 and 1800 metres in altitude. The Northern Cape Provence is probably most well known for its diamond mines in Kimberley, the game reserves of the Kalahari and its clear nights which are ideal for star gazing.
Kwazulu-Natal - South Africa
The area situated along the North East coast with the Indian Ocean as the border in the East, and the Drakensberg Mountains in the West, is the natural home to the Zulu tribe, the province of Kwazulu Natal. With the metropolitan heart in the port of Durban and its nearby historic capital, Pietermaritzburg, it has approximately 10 million residents with most South African cultures represented.
Drakensberg Region - South Africa
This Drakensberg, also known as ‘the dragon mountain’, is sometimes referred to by the Zulu’s as ‘the Barrier of Spears’, is where the sheer magnificent natural beauty of the area gives the human being a feeling of inner peace and tranquillity, Which stretches over 200 kilometres and forms a natural border between Kwazulu-Natal and Lesotho, The Northern and Central Drakensberg area has some of the most beautiful scenery that can be imagined. The area falls into four valleys, beginning with the Champagne Valley in the Central Berg, through the Cathedral Peak and Didima Valley, then the Royal Natal National Park and Amphitheatre Valley, and finally the Middledale Pass Valley in the Northern Berg. Each of the four valleys has its own kind of beauty and character; all have magnificent mountain views.
South Coast Region - South Africa
Umdoni is the magical stretch of coast and country stretching from Scottburgh to Mtwalume on KwaZulu-Natal's south coast, or Ugu as our Zulu forefathers called it "The Edge of the Great Water". Mystical it was then and mystical it remains today. For below the Great Water, lie some of the most beautiful dive.
The North Coast Region - South Africa
The North Coast is a place to indulge the senses - either in good restaurants offering fine dining or partying in nightclubs. Tee off on the excellent golf courses or for the sheer thrill of it - take to the air in a microlight and see this magnificent coastline as the seagulls see it.
Midlands Region - South Africa
Visits by the likes of Gandhi, Mandela and Twain, the Comrades and Dusi Marathons, museums, art galleries, rolling hills, waterfalls and a special style of country living are some of the things that make the Pietermaritzburg and Midlands region of South Africa famous.
Elephant Coast Region - South Africa
The wildlife, such as elephant and rhino, the Wetland Park, iSimangaliso, and whales and turtles make the Elephant Coast - an 'Ecotourism Mecca' of the Zulu Kingdom or South Africa's province of KwaZulu-Natal.
Robertson - South Africa
Situated in the shadow of the majestic Langeberg Mountains with the Breede River as its lifeblood, Robertson is the western gateway to The Heart of Route 62. With 150 years of history, Robertson has grown into one of the most attractive Cape Wine lands, with Victorian Buildings, jacaranda-lined streets and beautiful gardens.
Addo - South Africa
The Route circles this unique South African Destination and includes the villages of Addo, Colchester, Canonville, Kirkwood, Sunland and Paterson. This beautiful part of the world is surrounded by contrasting dense thickets of Spekboom and open grassy patches. The region is alive with citrus estates, roses and an amazing bird life.
Uniondale - South Africa
The Little Karoo’s best kept secret, Uniondale on the R62, is to be found in a surprisingly green valley, surrounded by hills. The Kamanassie and Kouga mountains watch silently over this little farming town, and in the distance - the mighty Swartberg becomes the horizon.
Knysna – South Africa
Knysna is one of the Garden Route’s best known travel destinations and is situated on the banks of a shimmering lagoon nestled between the Outeniqua Mountains and Indian Ocean.
Sedgefield – South Africa
Sedgefield is located between Knysna and George along the spectacular Garden Route, ensuring easy access to all popular tourist attractions in the area. Set on the beautiful Garden Route coastline, parents can relax whilst the kids splash around in the shallow waters of the lagoon.
Wilderness – South Africa
Wilderness has become an internationally sought after holiday resort famous for its tranquil ocean and long stretches of golden beaches.
George – South Africa
Widely regarded as the hub of the Southern Cape Region, George is an ideal base from which to explore the Southern Cape and Little Karoo.
Mossel Bay – South Africa
Mossel Bay is a coastal village situated on the Garden Route approximately half way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. Mossel Bay offers more than 60 kilometres of white sandy beaches - and warm, beach-going weather throughout the year (with at least 300 days of sunshine in every 365!).
Swellendam – South Africa
Swellendam is one of South Africa’s best-kept secrets and there’s truly something for everyone, no matter if you’re a history buff, sports fanatic, wildlife fan, adrenaline junkie, birder, wine and liqueur lover, foodie or just looking for a family break.
Cape Town – South Africa
Affectionately named the Mother City, Cape Town is beyond everything expected of a world class city. Recipient of hundreds of travel awards, spectacularly beautiful, culturally diverse, endlessly exciting - resplendent, irresistible Cape Town is the jewel of Africa.
The Western Cape – South Africa
Situated on the South Eastern tip of Africa, the Eastern Cape is a jewel of Africa. This site includes information on the towns in the region, attractions, things to do, accommodation, dining, weddings and more.
Discover Route 62 - The Road Less Travelled
Route 62 in South Africa is a very scenic and historical route with the longest stretch of wine region in the Western Cape and probably the world.This route links Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, passing through farming towns such as Calitzdorp, Ladismith, historic Amalienstein, Zoar; the fruit growing and wine producing towns of Barrydale, Montagu, Ashton, Bonnievale, Robertson, McGregor, Worcester, Ceres, Wolseley and Tulbagh. This website gives information on towns, attractions, things to do, accommodation, dining and more.
The Klein Karoo & Great Karoo – South Africa
South Africa and specifically the Klein Karoo & Great Karoo are truly spectacular. This site includes information on the towns in the region, attractions, things to do, accommodation, dining, weddings and more.
Plettenberg Bay – South Africa
The unforgettable Plettenberg Bay is truly the jewel of The Garden Route. Situated 210 kms from Port Elizabeth and +/- 600 km from Cape Town, the bay was originally christened “Bahia Formosa” , meaning Beautiful Bay, by early Portuguese explorers. It offers the visitor miles of sweeping golden beaches, the dramatic Robberg peninsula, intriguing lagoons and estuaries, indigenous forests and unpolluted rivers and sea.
The Crags – South Africa
The Crags is situated 20 km’s from Plettenberg Bay and has become one of the must see areas along the Garden Route. The area boasts with polo fields, wildlife sanctuaries, theatre and an abundance of arts and crafts offerings.
Tsitsikamma – South Africa
Tsitsikamma, known as “The Garden of the Garden Route”, welcomes you to an area the ancient San people called the “place of many waters.” It takes you on a journey from rocky shores to high forests. The deep gorges and rugged coastline, indigenous forest and an abundance of fynbos will truly take your breath away.
Ladismith - South Africa
Ladismith is essentially a prosperous farming community producing fruit (grapes, a third of South Africa’s apricots, and plums), milk, wine, flowers and mutton. The town has two cheese factories - Parmalat and Ladismith Cheese - and the Ladismith Wine Cellar is open for cellar tours and wine tasting during the week.
Baviaanskloof - South Africa
The jewel of South Africa's wilderness areas, the Baviaanskloof - "Valley of the Baboons" - area encompasses the Baviaanskloof and the Karoo towns of Willowmore and Steytlerville and lies approximately 120 km west of Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape and comprises of approximately 270 000 ha. of unspoiled, rugged mountainous terrain.
The Cape Overberg is situated in the southernmost region of South Africa and boasts endless kilometers of sandy white beaches.
The singularly unique experience of witnessing the meeting of the mighty Atlantic and Indian Oceans at Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of the African continent, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Franschhoek – South Africa
The Franschhoek Valley, known as the “French Corner” of the Cape, is one of the most scenic and charming areas of the Western Cape. Being the food & wine capital of South Africa, the town boasts many fantastic restaurants, 43 famous wine cellars, over a hundred places to stay and galleries & shops to satisfy every taste!
Stellenbosch – South Africa
The second oldest town in South Africa, founded by Simon van der Stel in 1679 and renowned for its Cape Dutch buildings, university, rugby and wines, Stellenbosch lies in a fertile valley surrounded by vineyards, orchards and mountains. It is an academic and farming community and one of the best preserved towns in South Africa.
Langebaan – South Africa
Aptly referred to as the 'Jewel of the West Coast', the picturesque town of Langebaan hugs the shores of the Langebaan Lagoon. After an easy one hour drive from Cape Town, visitors will discover tranquillity, vast open landscapes, a fascinating array of fauna and flora, delicious seafood, breathtaking azure-blue waters bordered by white sandy beaches and a rich historical heritage.
Beaufort West – South Africa
Beaufort West- Place of Pioneers, is the oldest town in the Central Karoo, and lies in an area which has been inhabited for centuries. Some of the world's most interesting stone age sites have been discovered on its outskirts. Bushmen once lived here and fine examples of their rock engravings have been found nearby.
Prince Albert – South Africa
Cloaked in the peace and serenity of another age, Prince Albert is the ideal place to throw off the stresses of modern life. You can relax under the vast blue skies, ponder the crystal clear stars at night, breathe the fresh mountain air while cool water from the Swartberg, gurgles down the little canals on every street. Admire the 13 national monuments and sometimes funky Karoo-style homes, enjoy our art galleries, good Karoo food and hospitality…
Oudtshoorn – South Africa
Oudtshoorn is the Ostrich capital of the world. These large flightless birds are world famous for their beautiful feathers, soft leather and large eggs – all of which are exported all over the world.
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Route 62 - South Africa
Why not enjoy the unexpected pleasures of the breede River Valley and Klein Karoo along Route 62! It is the tourist route, which meanders between Cape Town, Oudtshoorn, the Garden Route and Port Elizabeth, offering the shorter, scenic alternative to the N2 highway.
Upington - South Africa
Upington is the pricipal Town of the Green Kalahari in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. Upington is situated 820km north of Cape Town and 875km west of Johannesburg.
Centurion - South Africa
Centurion is located between Midrand and Johannesburg along the N1 and N14 national roads in the Gauteng Province. It was previously an independent municipality but as of the year 2000 it forms part of the Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality.
Tshwane : Gauteng - South Africa
The Tshwane Metropolitan and Metsweding areas are based north of Johannesburg. Hundreds of years before Europeans first moored their vessels on South Africa's coastline, indigenous people of Africa lived in the fertile valleys of this area. Then came the Nguni-speaking pioneers from central Africa, called maTebele (refugees) by resident Sotho. They called themselves 'Swazi' and 'Zulu', and adopted the name of Ndebele. Whe Europeans, in the form of 19th Century Voortrekkers, set up their laagers in the area, they called them the Matabele.
West Rand - Gauteng - South Africa
The most western region of Gauteng is the West Rand. The West Rand extends from Randfontein in the west to Roodepoort in the east, and includes the town of Krugersdorp. It has taken European settlers just over a century to create its large but personable towns and efficient network of roads. But nature takes its time, and has given this region its greatest creations.
Johannesburg - South Africa
The Johannesburg Metro lies in the heart of Gauteng and includes seven regions. The silhouette of mining headgear, the towering mantises of slowly deepening determination, frames the horizon, an undulating, upturned victim of its own generosity. Satellite images of the earth showed Johannesburg to be the most densely forested city on the globe.
Nelspruit - South Africa
Nelspruit, the capital of Mpumalanga, lies in the fertile valley of the Crocodile River and has been called the gateway to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park.
Middelburg - South Africa
Middelburg is a large farming and industrial town, originally named ‘Nasareth’ in 1846, but renamed to Middelburg in 1872 because of its location between Pretoria and Lydenburg.
Dullstroom - South Africa
Situated high up on the eastern escarpment, on the Steenkampsberg mountain range, Dullstroom - Emnotweni is one of the highest towns in South Africa. It is also one of the coldest, but it is surrounded by magnificent scenery. The high altitude makes it a popular training ground for athletes from all over the world. Emnotweni, meaning ‘Place of Prosperity’, was added to the name recently.
Sabie - South Africa
Sabie is a small forestry town located on the banks of the Sabie river. The name Sabie is derived from the Tsonga Shangaan word Ulusaba which means fearful. Originally the river was home to a large number of Nile Crocodiles which is why the Tsonga Shangaan people called it “Ulusaba”, meaning “fearful river”.
Namakwa - Northern Cape
The Namakwa is a seemingly arid, semi desert region hiding huge reservoirs of mineral and floral wealth. This is a land where ancient history, modern technology and the universe come together in harmonious glory! Namakwa encompasses the unspoiled expanses of Namaqualand and Hantam Karoo and it is a land of mystery and enchantment moulded by the unforgiving climate.
Kalahari - Northern Cape
The sun-drenched Kalahari is an often forgotten corner of South Africa. The Kalahari region of Southern Africa is the dry heart of the sub-continent, lying roughly over the three way junction of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, and extending south as far as the Northern Cape. This is the arid northwest of South Africa, almost entirely desert or semi-desert, but also a landscape of enormous material wealth and variety.
Midrand - South Africa
Midrand is located between Centurion and Sandton in central Gauteng. Midrand is very centrally located with good access to highways and as a result has seen a large amount of growth in recent years with many companies relocating to the area. The area also has its own local airport, Grand Central Airport and a Gautrain station.
Sandton - South Africa
Sandton is an upmarket area within the Johannesburg metropolitan area, in Gauteng. Sandton has become a large financial and business centre in Gauteng and is home to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and the head offices of many large companies.
Springbok - South Africa
Springbok is the Gateway to Namibia, only 120 km south of the Namibian border in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. Springbok is the ideal overnight stop, as it lies halfway between Cape Town and Windhoek.
Hoedspruit - South Africa
Hoedspruit is located in the Mopani region of the Limpopo province in South Africa. The town is nestled at the foot of the Klein Drakensberg. Hoedspruit is situated on the railway line from Tzaneen to Kaapmuiden. Hoedspruit is approximately 47km from Phalaborwa and 100km from Tzaneen.
Zululand Bird Route - South Africa
There are over 650 species of birds that have been recorded on KwaZulu-Natal and make their homes in the coastal region on the beautiful eastern seaboard of South Africa. From mangrove-fringed estuaries to the peaks of the Drakensberg Mountains, from the cool mist-belt forests to the bird-rich savannah of Zululand, KZN offers some of the best birding on the African continent.
South Africa is located on the southern tip of the African continent, bordered by northern neighbours Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It encompasses the independent mountain kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland and is flanked by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the warm Indian Ocean on the east - giving the country its spectacular range of biodiversity. South Africa is one of the most diverse and interesting countries in the world. Tourists flock to South Africa for its natural beauty,
Eastern Cape - South Africa
Situated on the South Eastern tip of Africa, the Eastern Cape is a jewel of Africa, often a well kept secret with travellers favouring the more well known destinations such as the Western Cape, the Kruger National Park and other game reserves.
Hluhluwe - South Africa
On the east coast of South Africa and in the heart of Zululand, is Hluhluwe, which was the home to the Zulu kings Dingiswayo and Shaka. The Hluhluwe and Umfolozi Game Reserve can be found here and was established in 1895, and is the oldest game reserve in the country. It is been said by some that these Zulu kings, encouraged the very first conservation laws in what is now the Hluhluwe and Umfolozi Game Reserve.
Umhlanga Rocks - South Africa
Situated on the east coast of South Africa just north of the vibrant Port City of Durban is one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, Umhlanga Rocks. People from around the world flock to the holiday resort village of Umhlanga to relax and have fun.
Kosi Bay - South Africa
Home to the Tsonga people and their primitive, yet ingenious, traditional fish traps, Kosi Bay's unique eco-system and vast wildlife is rapidly becoming the favorite place of modern-day Elephant Coast or Maputaland explorers.
Green Kalahari - Northern Cape
The Green Kalahari is a region of the Northern Cape that is full of wonders ... As you enter the Green Kalahari you will be amazed by the contrasting unspoiled semi-desert against the lush vineyards that fill the fertile valleys of the Orange River.
The Diamond Fields - Northern Cape
The Diamond Fields region is found in the north eastern corner of the Northern Cape. During the world's greatest diamond rush, hordes of prospectors converged on this region, scouring the river banks and sifting soil in a frantic quest for wealth.
Highlands Meander - Mpumalanga
The Mpumalanga Highlands Meander is situated in the higher reaches of the escarpment and it is sandwiched between the Cultural Heartland and the panorama route regions.
Grahamstown - South Africa
The historical town of Grahamstown is known by many names. Named after its founder, Lieutenant-Colonel John Graham, first commanding officer of the Cape Regiment, which had its headquarters here from 1811. Established by British Settlers who came to South Africa in the early 1800s, particularly 1820, Grahamstown is also sometimes known as “Settler City”.
Jeffrey's Bay - South Africa
Fondly referred to as J’Bay by locals and loyal visitors, boasts long stretches of golden sand, lapped by the warm waves of the Indian Ocean. Jeffrey's Bay is an ideal holiday location for the traveller seeking relaxation and an authentically African visit to the Continent, with every convenience, luxury and quality accommodation.
Cradock - South Africa
The town of Cradock was founded in 1813 on the banks of the Great Fish River to cater for the migratory farmers who settled in this ruggedly beautiful area with its excellent grazing, abundant water and healthy climate. Cradock is a thriving agricultural community which specializes in the production of wool, mohair and in cattle farming.
Mozambique is located on the southeastern coast of Africa and is bordered by Tanzania to the North, South Africa and Swaziland to the South, Zimbabwe to the West and Zambia and Malawi to the northwest.
Zimbabwe is one of southern Africa’s most beautiful countries, filled with charm, adventure, culture, political intrigue, wild wildernesses and magnificent sunny climates ...
Despite its notoriety as a country of political upheaval, the locals still manage to maintain their tremendous strength, humour and resolve despite the negativity and they will treat tourists like royalty!
Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. With a full 38 percent of its total land area devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas – for the most part unfenced, allowing animals to roam wild and free – travel through many parts of the country has the feeling of moving through an immense Nature wonderland.
Graaff-Reinet - South Africa
Graaff-Reinet, the heart of the “Great Karoo” is surrounded by the Camdeboo National Park. The area is boundless and mysterious, covered by vast sheep and game farms, where broad plains roll away to distant koppies and multilayered mountains that seem to touch the indigo sky.
Stillbay Information - South Africa
Stillbay is a charming seaside village on the Garden Route. It is situated along the banks of the Goukou River estuary where it meets the Indian Ocean on the Southern Cape coast of South Africa.
Cape Town - Information
Affectionately named the “Mother City”, Cape Town is everything you would expect of a world class city. Recipient of hundreds of travel awards, spectacularly beautiful, culturally diverse, endlessly exciting - resplendent, irresistible Cape Town is the jewel of Africa!
East London - South Africa
East London on the East coast of South Africa is affectionately called Buffalo City. Situated 1000 kilometres from Cape Town, between the Nahoon River in the north and the Buffalo river to the south, East London is the only river port in South Africa. The shores are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and with its sub-tropical climate is a sought after tourist destination for local South Africans and international tourist alike.
Gariep Dam - South Africa
The Gariep Dam is South Africa’s largest water storage reservoir, situated on the Orange River between the Northern Cape and the Free State just 30 kilometres east of Colesberg. It is an incredibly popular outdoor destination for boating and water sports enthusiasts alike, and makes a good break on the journey between Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Colesberg - South Africa
Colesberg is a traveler’s oasis on the main Cape Town to Johannesburg route. The town is situated in the Great Karoo in the Northern Cape on the N1 approximately halfway between Johannesburg and Cape Town at the foot of Coleskop. This makes it the ideal stop over place when travelling between Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Kruger Lowveld - Mpumalanga
The ‘Lowveld’ is that part of South Africa between the eastern escarpment and the Lubombo mountains on the Mozambique border. Much of this region is occupied by the vast Kruger National Park and adjacent private reserves including the Sabi-Sand and Timbavati.
Cultural Heartlands - Mpumalanga
The Cultural Heartland is often referred to as “Lanatus” country because of the Encephalartos Lanatus, a species of Cycad (some are more than 4 000 years old), which is endemic to the catchment area of the Olifants River, where it grows wild. There are many wild flowers like Arum Lilies which transform the area into a magical garden during summer.
Grass and Wetlands - Mpumalanga
Below the Savannah of the Highveld and the forested Lowveld, lies the high marshlands of Mpumalanga’s Grass and Wetlands region. This is a large area of hilly to mountainous grasslands with many wetlands ranging from sedge and reed marshes, forest patches, rolling hills and sheltered gorges; a rich tapestry of emerald vegetation teeming with birdlife.
Cosmos Country - Mpumalanga
Cosmos Country lies in the south western part of Mpumalanga against the Free State and Gauteng borders. This region covers a wide area of flat open high-altitude grassland interspersed with low rolling hills.
Lesotho, officially the Kingdom of Lesotho, is a landlocked country and enclave, completely surrounded by its only neighbouring country, the Republic of South Africa. Lesotho offers natural beauty, rugged terrain, and rich local culture and traditions, and a scarcity of civilization's trappings, such as landlords and fences, provides a permit-free playground for the more intrepid adventurers.
Limpopo - South Africa
Limpopo was first called the Northern Transvaal, but later took its name from the Limpopo River, the most Prominent feature of the province, and is now known as the Limpopo province. Limpopo is a great tourist attraction and is known as a peaceful province. It has over 50 provincial reserves and private game reserves. The Waterberg mountain range is home to farming and game ranching, nature reserves and resorts.
Kruger National Park - South Africa
Where nearly 2 million hectares of unrivalled diversity of life forms fuses with historical and archaeological sights - this is real Africa.Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19,485 square kilometres (7,523 sq mi) in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa, and extends 360 kilometres (220 mi) from north to south and 65 kilometres (40 mi) from east to west. Areas of the park were first protected by the government of the South African Republic in 1898, and it became South Africa's first national park in 1926.
Hermanus is situated in the heart of the Whale Route, just 100km from Cape Town on the Cape Whale Coast. It has developed from a rustic fishing village into one of the world’s best whale-viewing sites.
Laingsburg - South Africa
Laingsburg, established in 1881, by StephanusGreef and his wife Martha who named it after John Laing the commissioner of Crown Properties at the time, was almost entirely destroyed by the flood of 1981. As it was in the past, live stock farming is the main source of income and with that, agri- tourism is also becoming a growing trend.
Sutherland - South Africa
“Gateway to the universe” ....... that is what they call Sutherland. The Land of snow and stars. To get to Sutherland, take the tar road from Cape Town - turn off at Matjiesfontein, the famous English Karoo town with its splendid museum, then another 110 km and you reach Sutherland famous for its Observatory and pure , fresh air !
Garden Route - South Africa
Garden Route on the southern coast of South Africa is one of the most scenic and spectacular stretches of coastline in the world – a true paradise!