Beautiful Country
"South Africa is one of the most beautiful, hottest tourist destinations in the world. When you see its exquisite beaches, stunning countryside and rugged mountain backdrop, you can understand why."
Jasmine Harman, television travel presenter.

South Africans are known for being amongst the most upbeat, welcoming and humorous folk you can hope to encounter. The country’s past may be one of separation and struggle but their future is filled with unity and possibility. South Africans are extremely proud of their beautiful country, offering tourists from around the world stunning holiday experiences and world-class hospitality, and they were delighted to be able to display this to the world in 2010 as the host of the FIFA World Cup (the first African nation to do so).

South Africa is known as the Rainbow Nation, with 11 official languages, contrasting landscapes and abundant wildlife - this certainly takes some beating.

South Africa is a destination where you can experience it all; from the unspoilt beaches along the Wild Coast to the vibrant nightlife of Cape Town; the deserts of the Kgalagadi to the lush, green forests of Tsitsikamma. One moment you can be cage-diving with Great White sharks, the next you’re enjoying a traditional braai and a bottle of Pinotage along the Garden Route.

There are nine spectacular provinces to explore in South Africa. For more information on each of them, please use the links below.


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Discover your mission in
South Africa

A team of celebrities are embarking on a mission to discover the variety of
experiences available in South Africa



 

Chris Packhams’ mission is Wildlife and Safari

 

Gloria Hunniford's mission is Affordable Luxury

     
 

Jamie Theakston's mission is Adventure and Sport

 

Monty Don's mission is Flora, Fauna and Culture

     

To discover your own mission in South Africa click here

   
Provinces
Western Cape

Home to the world’s longest wine route. Discover world-class wines, whale watching and contrasting landscapes

Eastern Cape

The Sunshine Coast, bursting with adventure and coastal charm. Home to one of the world’s top surfing spots

Free State

Boasts some of the most impressive geological attractions in the world including part of a pre-historic meteorite impact crater

Gauteng

The smallest province but considered the country’s commercial powerhouse – energetic and vibrant

KwaZulu-Natal

From rugged mountain ranges and rolling midlands to bush lands and pristine beaches. Home of the Zulu culture

Limpopo

South Africa’s northernmost province, rich in wildlife and cultural heritage

Mpumalanga

Dominated by the Blyde River Canyon and home to the famous Kruger National Park where you can see the famed Big 5

Northern Cape

Vast expanses of space and silence, and blazing summer sunshine. Across the arid landscape, the Orange River flows

North West

A vast area of grasslands which houses two of the country’s largest game reserves, the world’s largest playground and a world heritage site


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