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Buffalo City Tourism

Click Here To Visit https://www.buffalocitytourism.co.zaKnown for the rugged beauty of our landscapes, and the old-world charm of our hospitality, Buffalo City is also a modern, cosmopolitan Metro that welcomes guests and travellers with 5-star elegance and luxury. Whether enjoying exquisite fine dining with the Indian Ocean lapping at your feet or unwinding in a trendy cocktail lounge overlooking Africa’s only river port, Buffalo City delights every sensory expectation. ​ A favourable climate year-round, combined with excellent infrastructure and affordable prices makes our City the spot-on choice for a visit to remember. Relaxed and unhurried, your holiday in Buffalo City is sure to revitalise body and mind!

https://www.buffalocitytourism.co.za

Bluerhino Safaris

Click Here To Visit http://www.bluerhino.co.zaEstablished in 2010, our company has set at its heart, to open the sub Saharan continent to all people with whatever means, to experience our continent for themselves. Africa and African people have a rich history, culture and natural beauty, the cradle of humankind, the birthplace of humanity. Our natural parks are unparalleled, our lands’ natural beauty very diverse, our cultures uncountable. Join me in a journey of discovery, bring what you have and visit this great area. At Bluerhino we have a passion to show you what we have and do it with whatever means you have available, pre-arranged tours or custom designed tours, with your own vehicle or a rented vehicle, your tents or mine. We will make it happen. Let’s go !

http://www.bluerhino.co.za

CapeNature

Click Here To Visit http://www.capenature.co.zaCapeNature is a public institution with the statutory responsibility for biodiversity conservation in the Western Cape. It is governed by the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board Act 15 of 1998 and mandated to: promote and ensure nature conservation; render services and provide facilities for research and training; and generate income. CapeNature is driven by the vision to establish a successful ‘Conservation Economy’ - embraced by all citizens of the Western Cape and to transform biodiversity conservation into a key component of local economic development in the province. Our own definition of a conservation economy is an economy in which key principles and practices of biodiversity conservation have been fully integrated into all forms and levels of economic activity. We achieve this objective through various programmes and projects.

http://www.capenature.co.za

CaravanParks.com

Click Here To Visit https://www.caravanparks.com/At CaravanParks.com our mission is to bridge the gap between the industry products and the destinations by networking prominent resorts, businesses, clubs and the general public through an ultimate Caravanning & Camping Tourism Network available within Southern Africa.

https://www.caravanparks.com/

Cape Winelands

Click Here To Visit http://www.capewinelands.gov.za/Pages/Cape%20Winelands%20District%20Municipality.aspxThe Cape Winelands District Municipality is situated in the Western Cape Province and is one of 44 district municipalities in South Africa. The Western Cape Province is located in the South-Western tip of the African continent, bordering the Northern Cape in the north, the Eastern Cape in the east, the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Indian Ocean in the south. The province covers a geograpical area of 129 370 mk2, constituting 10.6% of the total land area of the country. The Cape Winelands district is situated next to the Cape Metropolitan area and encloses 22 309 km². It is a landlocked area in-between the West Coast and Overberg coastal regions. The district includes five local municipalities; namely Drakenstein, Stellenbosch, Witzenberg, Breede Valley and Langeberg (formerly known as Breede River/Winelands). The area is one of the "pearls" of South Africa's rural and small-town sub-regions, but disparate with a relatively high and diverse level of development.

http://www.capewinelands.gov.za/Pages/Cape%20Winel...

Durban Tourism

Click Here To Visit http://www.durban.gov.za/City_Services/BST_MU/Pages/Durban-Tourism.aspxDurban, is a leading South African Tourist destination and is marketed globally by Durban Tourism, an official marketing unit that forms part of the EThekwini Municipality. Durban is a modern vibrant cosmopolitan city and its lifestyle, architecture and culture reflect and thrive on its warm sub-tropical climate. Durban Tourism has made considerable progress in repositioning the city as a sophisticated destination with an extensive variety of things to do. In re-aligning itself to be at the cutting edge of worldwide trends in destination marketing, the city is focussing on providing visitors with a unique set of experiences that go beyond the beach and into the realm of Durban’s cultural and scenic diversity.

http://www.durban.gov.za/City_Services/BST_MU/Page...

Eco4x4africA

Click Here To Visit http://www.eco4x4africa.comWELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! FROM ME, ALEX AND MY WIFE - ALTA WE ARE THE "SERENGETI TEAM" AND WENT THERE 18 TIMES IN 8 YEARS NOW AFTER 2011 = 20 TIMES IN 9 YEARS WE WILL BE YOUR HOSTS DURING YOUR VISIT TO OUR WEBSITE AND ALSO WHEN WE PLAN AND LEAD YOU ON SAFARI IN AFRICA. PLEASE VISIT ALL THE PAGES AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF WITH ALL THE DETAIL OF OFFER FOR A SAFARI OF A LIFETIME IN AFRICA (NAMIBIA / BOTSWANA / SERENGETI / KENYA / CAIRO / SOUTH AFRICA) I AM A TRAINED, EXPERIENCED AND PROFFESIONAL, 4X4 TRAIL AND OVERLAND TOURIST GUIDE, ASWELL AS A NATURE AND CULTURAL GUIDE ON SOUTHERN AFRICA. ALTA IS A BRILLIANT NAVIGATOR AND ANIMAL LOVER WITH A LOT OF EXPERIENCE ON SOUTHERN AFRICAN ISSUES ALL THE SAFARIS WITH ECO4X4AFRICA ARE MOULDED FOR AFRICA BY AFRICA AND THEREFORE ALMOST ANY PERMUTATION IS POSSIBLE

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Eswatini |Kingdom of Swaziland

Click Here To Visit http://www.thekingdomofeswatini.comDespite being the smallest country in the Southern hemisphere, Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, more than makes up for its lack of size with a hugely diverse range of attractions and activities. As one of the few remaining monarchies in Africa, culture and heritage are deeply engrained in all aspects of Swazi life, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all who visit. As well as the rich culture, the overwhelming friendliness of the people makes all visitors feel truly welcome and very safe. Add to that a stunning landscape of mountains and valleys, forests and plains; plus wildlife reserves across the country that are home to The Big Five, and you have all that’s best about Africa in one small but perfectly formed and welcoming country.

http://www.thekingdomofeswatini.com

Experience Northern Cape

Click Here To Visit https://www.experiencenortherncape.com/visitor/The Northern Cape is South Africa's largest province and a must-see destination, whether you prefer the ocean, the desert, the bush or quirky towns rich in history and culture.

https://www.experiencenortherncape.com/visitor/

Eastern Cape Highlands | Senqu

Click Here To Visit https://www.senqu.gov.za/tourismThe Senqu municipal area is part of the greater Joe Gqabi District which is situated in the north of the Eastern Cape. It includes Sterkspruit, Barkly East, Rhodes, Rossouw and Lady Grey. The southern part of the Drakensberg runs through the area and the particular part of the mountain range is called the Witteberg. This mountainous area is also known as the Eastern Cape Highlands and it borders on Lesotho in the north. It includes the Tiffendell Ski Resort as well as some of the highest mountain passes in South Africa such as Naude’s Nek and Joubert’s Pass. The area is rich in sandstone, fossil beds and rock art and is well known for its biodiversity, fly-fishing and hiking trails. The majestic mountains, deep gorges, pristine rivers and absolute beauty of the Eastern Cape Highlands make it a “got to go” area for all nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Visitors are amazed by the openness, space and clean, unpolluted air. The area is steeped in the history of Africa. Geologically, the volcanic peaks bear reference to the great turmoil that created the magnificent Drakensberg range. Botanically, the high mountains are home to South Africa’s own alpine plant species. Culturally, it hosts a substantial collection of paintings by our earliest inhabitants, the San Bushmen, and many historical places that commemorate events of the many later inhabitants. The Xhosa, Sesotho and Hlubie tribes played a significant role on the area, as did the British, Dutch and German settlers.

https://www.senqu.gov.za/tourism

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

Click Here To Visit http://www.kznwildlife.comEzemvelo KZN Wildlife’s (Ezemvelo) mandate is derived from the KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Management Act (Act No.9 of 1997), which is to direct the management of nature conservation within the Province including protected areas (PAs). This includes the development and promotion of ecotourism facilities within the PAs. With its headquarters at Queen Elizabeth Park in Pietermaritzburg, the provincial capital, Ezemvelo manages more than 120 protected areas and is the leader in sustainable biodiversity conservation. It has recently broadened its focus to become more relevant to communities living adjacent to their parks - primarily through job creation and sustainable natural resource harvesting. Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife - is entrusted with the long-term conservation of the regions rich biodiversity for the people of South Africa. In more than 100 years of formal conservation in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, the various departments and statutory organisations that evolved into today`s KZN Wildlife have received many formal awards and words of praise for the quality of their service to conservation and for the high standard of management of the province's natural resources. EWorld Class Resorts and Accommodation - Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Resorts invites you to enjoy the ultimate wildlife experience at our world class resorts. From the heights of the Maloti- Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site, through the tropical savannahs of Zululand where the Big 5 inhabit Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park, and on to the brilliant coral reefs of the Indian Ocean that fringe the lakes and wetlands of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site.

http://www.kznwildlife.com

FOREVER RESORTS | LODGES | HOTELS | RETREATS

Click Here To Visit https://www.foreversa.co.zaForever Resorts Lodges Hotels and Retreats is one of the top tourism and hotel groups in South Africa. With more than 20 leisure and corporate destinations to choose from, Forever Resorts Lodges Hotels and Retreats offers something for everyone - luxury lodges, adventure holidays, self catering holidays, caravanning & camping, conferences, weddings, corporate functions, health hydros, beauty spas and much more. Forever Resorts offers the discerning traveller a superb variety of three, four and five star properties strategically situated in key areas, throughout South Africa. With most of the properties located in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Free State and Western Cape.

https://www.foreversa.co.za

Golden Leopard Resorts

Click Here To Visit http://www.goldenleopardresorts.co.zaThe thatched African styled chalets at Manyane Resort are luxurious, with one or two bedrooms including a lounge, fully equipped kitchen and in certain Chalets an upstairs loft bedroom. superb conference facilities are available at Manyane Resort, with personal service and attention to detail. Be it a small gathering or large affair our team of experts will assist you from the planning stages to executing a successful event. Consisting of 55 Thatched African Style Chalets with the option of BB or D/BB. Camping & Caravanning with electrified and non-electrified sites are available coupled with superior ablution facilities, makes Manyane Resort a firm Favorite Two swimming pools, a trampoline, outdoor chess set, mini golf, walking trails and an onsite aviary are available for guests to enjoy, besides the never popular Game drives within the Pilanesberg National Park, where guests can view the “Big five’’. Manyane Resort offers tranquility and relaxation. Manyane Resort has 24hr generator support.

http://www.goldenleopardresorts.co.za

iLembe | North Coast

Click Here To Visit https://www.enterpriseilembe.org.za/destination-north-coast/In a glorious stretch of coastline fringed with golden beaches and caressed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast extends some 110 kilometres from Umhlanga Rocks, just north of the port city of Durban, right up to the Amatikulu River. Patches of coastal forest give way to rolling green hills of sugar cane, which, in turn, spill into the rich hinterland of the province. Known as the “iLembe” region to honour the judicious and bold King Shaka who established his Zulu Kingdom in the North Coast, with its unique mix of luxury resorts and wide variety of affordable accommodation, has long been recognised as a prime domestic and international holiday destination. Its ever-present sea views and magnificent beaches are what this holiday destination is all about and its warm-all-year-round weather means you can swim,sunbathe, surf and fish from early spring right through to winter’s end.

https://www.enterpriseilembe.org.za/destination-no...

Kruger Lowveld | Ehlanzeni

Click Here To Visit https://www.krugerlowveld.comThe Kruger Lowveld region is located in the north eastern corner of South Africa predominantly in Mpumalanga Province. The region borders the countries of Mozambique and Swaziland and includes the southern half of the Kruger National Park. We are situated about 400km (250 miles) from Johannesburg / Pretoria; and 1800km (1120 miles) from Cape Town. Take a look around our website to find out why we remain – and will forever be – South Africa’s premier inland tourism destination

https://www.krugerlowveld.com

Kwa Zulu Natal

Click Here To Visit https://www.zulu.org.zaKwaZulu-Natal is a traveller's dream and with the seemingly perpetual summer of our subtropical climate, it is not suprising that we are famous for our outdoor activities, beaches, natural environment, sporting events and the variety of adventure activities.

https://www.zulu.org.za

Limpopo Tourism

Click Here To Visit http://www.golimpopo.comPreviously called the Northern Province, Limpopo is a land of beautiful and contrasting landscapes, which is typical of Africa. Hence it has become a favourite destination for leisure and adventure travellers worldwide. Come to a region of infinite scenic beauty with a great diversity of both natural and man-made attractions, rich cultural heritage and an abundance of wildlife and nature-based tourism opportunities. Our network of protected areas and nature reserves is amongst the best on the African continent. Through these nature reserves, we seek to preserve our natural heritage for future generations and for sharing with the international community. We have spectacular mountain scenery, which beckons hikers, climbers and bikers, while mystic cultural destinations intrigue both local and international tourists. The game viewing is absolutely fantastic and possibly the best in the country - hence we are the preferred Eco-tourism destination in Southern Africa. Limpopo Province is located in the far Northern part of South Africa and shares borders with three neighboring countries: Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. For this reason, the Province is also known as the gateway to other African countries. The Province also shares provincial borders with Gauteng, Mpumalanga and North West provinces. Limpopo landscape and vegetation varies from one area to the other. The vegetation ranges from Tropical Forests, Bush and Shrubs to semi-desert areas with small trees and bushes. The landscape also ranges from mountainous to flat land.

http://www.golimpopo.com

Mpumalanga Travel

Click Here To Visit http://www.mpumalanga.com'THE PLACE WHERE THE SUN RISES!' Formally known as Eastern Transvaal, Mpumalanga is considered to be one of the most geographically diverse and unbelievably beautiful places in South Africa. Mpumalanga lies in the east of South Africa, north of KwaZulu-Natal and bordering Swaziland and Mozambique. In the northeast, the land rises towards mountain peaks and then terminates in an immense escarpment. In some places, this escarpment plunges hundreds of metres down to the low-lying area known as the Lowveld. People are drawn to Mpumalanga by the magnificent scenery, by the fauna and flora and by the saga of the 1870s gold rush era and a wealth of fascinating tribal legends. Mountains, panoramic passes, valleys, rivers, waterfalls and forests characterise the landscape. This is also Big Game Country, the setting for dozens of sanctuaries teeming with wildlife and birds. Visit the world’s most famous game reserve, climb the world's third-highest canyon, explore the world's oldest cave and spend the night in the world's best private game lodges. The entire Mpumalanga area offers exceptional opportunities for bird-watching, hiking, horse-riding and fishing. Streams once panned for gold have become the haunts of eager anglers and lazy trout. Steeped in the history of pioneers, hunters and fortune seekers, fascinating gold rush towns abound. Mpumalanga offers something for everyone.

http://www.mpumalanga.com

Oudtshoorn and De Rust

Click Here To Visit http://oudtshoorn.comThe towns of Oudtshoorn and De Rust are in the Klein Karoo between the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains. Oudtshoorn is the ostrich capital of the world. The world's biggest bird is just one of the many attractions in this area of exceptional contrasts and natural beauty. The region is home to the spectacular Cango Caves, Africa's largest show cave system; an ecological hotspot where three distinct plant biomes (succulent karoo, cape thicket and fynbos) converge; and the Swartberg mountain range, which is part of the Cape Floral World Heritage Site.

http://oudtshoorn.com

Peter's Guide Books

Click Here To Visit http://petersguide.co.za/index.php/stabilensOn one of his numerous trips to the then Gemsbok National Park (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park) it struck him that although he had been there on many occasions he did not know what he was looking at. He realized that if he did not know the answers, there must be many people who did not know them either. The idea of a totally different guidebook was born. It must be simple; it must have all the information on one page; there must be a visual reference for the visitor, in short, a 12 year old must be able to understand it. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park was printed in 2001. By 2016 over 15 000 copies had been sold. The feedback was so positive that he decided to tackle the Kruger National Park. This book was published in 2008 and re-printed in 2016. Since then the Augrabies Falls National Park and the Addo Elephant National Park have also been published. Bowing to popular demand the books were then developed as an app. The Kruger, Kgalagadi and Addo books are available as an iPad app.

http://petersguide.co.za/index.php/stabilens

KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board

Click Here To Visit https://www.shark.co.zaThe KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence (KZNSB) is mandated to be a global leader in bather protection against shark while minimising environmental impact, thus promoting tourism. The KwaZulu-Natal coastline is the only coastline with 37 beaches equipped with bather safety gear owned and maintained by the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence in South Africa. The KZNSB also conducts research into the biology of sharks and other animals caught in shark safety gear. Tourists and scholars are educated with dynamic audio-visual shows and shark dissections. In-depth research, that has already produced vital insight, is conducted into shark behaviour, feeding and breeding. The public can enjoy early boat trips out to sea to observe staff at work. Here one will witness the checking of shark safety gear as well as stand an excellent chance of spotting a variety of marine life.

https://www.shark.co.za

Weg

Click Here To Visit http://www.weg.co.za/Weg is 'n omvattende buitelewe-tydskrif vir mense wat hartstogtelik oor Suider-Afrika voel. Ons kom by plekke uit waarvan ander tydskrifte nog nie gehoor het nie en gesels met mense wat hulle nie ken nie. Of dit 'n naweek-weggaan is wat jy beplan of 'n lang vakansie, onthou: JOU REIS BEGIN HIER?

http://www.weg.co.za/

Weskus Toerisme

Click Here To Visit http://www.capewestcoast.org/regions/The West Coast Region is located along the South-West Coast of South Africa within the Western Cape Province. It extends from Blaauwberg in the Cape Metropolitan Area in the south, to the provincial border in Namaqualand in the north. The West Coast Region borders on the Winelands District in the south, the Breede River District in the east, and the Northern Cape Province in the north and east. On the west, the region borders on the Atlantic Ocean, with its cold Benguela Current, which plays in important role in the ecology of the region. Aurora, Bitterfontein, Cederberg, Citrusdal, Clanwilliam, Darling, Doringbaai, Dwarskersbos, Ebenaezer, Elandsbaai, Goedverwagt, Graafwater, Hopefield, Jacobsbaai, Klawer, Kliprand, Koekenaap, Koringberg, Laaiplek, Lamberts Bay, Langebaan, Leipoldtville, Lutzville, Malmesbury, Moorreesburg, Nuwerust, Papendorp, Paternoster, Piketberg, Porterville, Redelinghuys, Riebeek-Wes, Riebeek - Kasteel, Rietpoort, Saldanha, St. Helena Bay, Strandfontein, Vanrhynsdorp, Velddrif, Vredenburg, Vredendal, Wittewater, Wupperthal, Yzerfontein

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