The world’s longest over-ocean zip-line, Mossel Bay, Garden Route

Situated over the beautiful Ocean, this zip line glides you over the cliffs of the Bay while giving you an uninterrupted view of the town and famous lighthouse. Going down this zipline, which is 1,100m (3608 feet) long, you’ll have time to take in the scenery. It has been described as ‘1,1km of screaming fun’ […]

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Route 62 – a scenic drive between Cape Town, to Oudtshoorn and Joubertina.

When travelling from Cape Town to the Garden Route, Route 62 makes for a very interesting alternative to drive through the Karoo. Geologically it covers two thirds of South Africa. “It’s big and it’s dry and it’s full of snakes and angry plants that look like they’re pulling a middle finger at you. Plants like […]

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Cape Town -‘The Tavern of the Seas’

The Harbour of Table Bay, Cape Town was originally referred to as Saldanha Bay in honour of the ascent in 1503 of Table Mountain by Antonio de Saldanha. A Dutch renamed the place of Saldanha to Table Bay in 1600 as the Dutch trade increased. Cape Town, as the oldest urban area in South Africa, […]

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Awe-inspiring Blue Flag South African beaches.

Whether you are a surfer or a sunbather, South Africa is home to the perfect beach for you. South Africa’s Blue Flag beaches are on par with the best beaches in the world. Located along the extensive 3200km-long coastline, these beaches are conserved and protected through strict ethics that honour the environment. Sixty-two Blue Flags […]

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Explore the gastronomic culture in South Africa.

When you visit South Africa we hope you are not here to eat exactly like you normally would at home. Eat and drink like a local and become a genuine traveler who is curious about the local cuisine of the country he is exploring. Most famous tradition: a proper braai. A South African barbeque, but […]

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