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Introduction to South Africa
South Africa is an awesome holiday destination with so much to do you'll be spoiled for choice. South Africa is internationally renowned as one of the world's top game viewing and birding destinations, but it also has some of the world's best flowers, which can be seen to great advantage, particularly in the Western Cape where the indigenous fynbos forms part of the Cape Floral Region, which is a world heritage site....
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Enjoy a romantic holiday in South Africa this year
Whether newly-weds or long-term partners, there is nothing quite like a romantic trip away from home to recharge the magic.  Imagine beautiful scenery, luxurious and comfortable accommodation along with all the facilities a couple could need, whether in stunning Cape Town, the nearby lush and spectacular Cape Winelands or the gorgeous Drakensberg Mountains....
South Africa spoils you for choice in safari destinations
While most people might immediately think of the Kruger National Park when talking safaris in South Africa, the country does have other wonderful locations to choose from, where the most sought after Big Five of Africa's game animals can be spotted, up close and personal...
Best Beaches for Beach Bums
South Africa is renowned to have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. And now it's not only just the locals testifying to this. Recently 23 South African beaches were awarded Blue Flag status...
Diving in Southern Africa
South Africa has a 3,000km coastline so there are hundreds of dive sites and good snorkelling spots. But, even more interesting, there's loads of variety, ranging from the icy kelp forests off Cape Town to the tropical coral reefs off Sodwana Bay in KwaZulu-Natal...
Dolphin and Whale Watching in South Africa
South Africa is an awesome dolphin and whale watching destination as there is a large population of resident cetaceans, and many visit here during their annual migration. The most well known of the cetacean species seen in South Africa is the southern right whale, which swims up from Antarctica, usually arriving some time in June...
Elephant-Back Safaris In South Africa   by Editor
South Africa Elephant Back Safaris - following in the footsteps of the Ancients: Elephants, the largest land animals in the world, inspire a feeling of awe and respect in most people....
Flying Adventures in Southern Africa
If you're into flying, you'll find that - in South Africa - the sky's the limit. That's because we don't offer rocket flights out into space, but that's about all we don't do.
Flying around South Africa for a local experience
South Africa is such a versatile country, with major modern cities, desert areas, game reserves, wine country and endless sandy beaches.  How on earth do you choose which area to visit? ...
Golf in South Africa Travel Guide
South Africa is a great golfing destination for a number of reasons. Firstly, and perhaps most importantly, there are loads of great golf courses. Secondly, the weather is fabulous and, thirdly, the green fees, as a rule, compare very favourably to those of the northern hemisphere...
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Hire a car and see more of South Africa   by Andrew Regan
As winter looms on the horizon, the long haul holiday market springs into life offering sun and heat in the southern hemisphere. From the cosmopolitan offerings of Cape Town and Johannesburg to the wilderness of the Kruger National Park to the rugged Atlantic and Indian Ocean coastlines, South Africa has plenty to offer the holiday maker this winter...
South Africa - Basic Overview   by Laurence Marks
South Africa was once divided into two British Colonies, namely the Colony of Natal and the Cape Colony, and two "Boer" Afrikaner Republics, namely the Orange Free State and the Transvaal....
South African Travel: From Backcountry to Metropolis   byurlreader
South Africa has so much variety to offer visitors that it is difficult to define in a few words. One can travel from isolated bushveldt to cosmopolitan city in a few hours. A safari can be followed by a visit to the spectacular coast and on to the magnificent Drakensburg mountain range....
Surfing in South Africa
Sun, sea, sand and ... stupendous surf. Just think about it. South Africa's coastline is 3,000km long so it's not surprising that it has some of the best surf in the world. Here's a very condensed run around the coast from east to west....
The Cast of Culture in South Africa   by: Gregory Hudson
...  given the nature of the culture in South Africa, your attention could swiftly switch to a small boy gallantly escorting herds of cattle, end to end, over a rainbow-like walkway crossing one of the largest and busiest highways in South Africa...
The Rugged Profile of a Safari Guide  by Gregory Hudson
What is your ideal image of a guide? Do safari guides need more than just a dark tan, a khaki shirt and a hat like Crocodile Dundee? Could there be more to being a guide than telling gripping fireside tales and downing hearty swigs of Jack Daniels?
Tour South Africa   by Laurence Marks
Only 13 odd years ago, South Africa appear on the world stage on a daily basis, unfortunately it was all negative publicity and rightly so. South Africa was in the process of major changes from the old "Apartheid Regime" to the new democratically elected government, the government that is still in power today...
Travel To South Africa: Modern Nation, Ancient Origin   by Frank Johnson
South Africa is an extraordinarily unique sub-Saharan African nation jutting formidably - for sailors who have planned to round its cape - into the Atlantic and Indian Oceans at the southernmost top of Africa...
What's To Know Before Taking An African Safari   by Dean Caporella
In Swahili, the word safari means journey and is mainly aimed at hunting and exploring. Nowadays, however, the word safari is generally associated with adventure and the discovery of habitats and wildlife of the African land...

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