Pristine beaches - abundant wildlife – friendly people – breathtaking mountains - world class wine lands - exciting local cuisine.
South Africa has something for everyone
The best way to plan your own South African adventure is to start with the activities you simply can’t leave without doing.
Then plan your destinations and routes accordingly. With more than 2, 500 kilometres of pristine coastline, a number of teeming
game parks, rugged mountain ranges and unique cultures dispersed in between, there’s no reason not to end up with a well-rounded
package of adventure, relaxation or history.
Set to draw thousands of international visitors, the 2010 World Cup will take place in
South Africa. If you’re a football fan, or soccer as it’s known in the rainbow nation, it's the perfect opportunity to extend your
trip and explore the unrivalled beauty that's there to be shared. Visit the 2010 World Cup
page for a breakdown of the ten host cities, stadium details and a few nearby attractions.
South Africa, with its vibrant tourism industry, has a number of events popular with both visitors and local South Africans
who are well known for their easy going nature. You might even like to plan your itinerary around certain festivals and
It doesn’t matter whether your holiday is of the self drive or official tour
variety – just remember the journey is part of the experience and the most memorable moments are often those found off
the beaten track.
A cultural melting pot
with a distinctly South African flavour awaits you.
From theatre to dance, opera to cabaret, fine art and craft art, classical music or jazz, poetry readings and lectures.
Add in a seductive menu of 11 official languages
South African Slang
and you begin to understand what makes this such an
Perhaps you’re after exhilarating adventures like shark diving or bungee jumping or maybe ultimate relaxation on a white
sandy beach combined with breath taking wine lands and sensational cuisine. Whether on land
, in the water
, you’ll certainly
find it in South Africa.