South Africa Info

South Africa Info

Travel Directory

It is with great pleasure and pride that we introduce this fantastic South Africa Info travel directory aimed at the tourism market. Within these pages, you will find excellent information on travelling around South Africa along with some of the best accommodation establishments, activity suppliers and businesses advertised within.

South Africa is located in the southernmost region of Africa, with a coastline that stretches more than 2,500 km (1,553 mi) and along two oceans (Atlantic and Indian). Known for its dynamic mix of cultures, people and nature, South Africa is one of the most appealing holiday destinations in the world.

Bounded by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, with the Kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland enclosed within its borders, South Africa is home to a remarkable mix of first and third-world capabilities.  

Through our abundant challenges rises a country like no other – filled with vibrant, spontaneous people, excellent shopping experiences, fascinating architecture and marvellous wildlife, South Africa simply bursts with pride! 

Aside from the animals and scenery, South Africa has an enviable weather system with the summers wonderfully warm and the winters temperate.

The Provinces of South Africa

South Africa is made up of 9 provinces, each utterly unique and charming:

•    Gauteng: from amazing wildlife to glitzy glamour
•    Western Cape: the true gem of the country
•    Mpumalanga: from mountains and mining to valleys and waterfalls
•    KwaZulu Natal: Battlefields, beaches and wetlands, tropical and beautiful
•    North West: game drives galore
•    Eastern Cape:  breathtaking coastlines, splendid mountains and great cities
•    Northern Cape: desert, diamonds and big skies
•    Limpopo: history, ancient San paintings and great rivers
•    Free State: rocky mountain ranges, charming and rustic

South Africa’s Wildlife

Wildlife is synonymous with Africa South Africa brings with it some impressive wildlife which roams free and is best seen in the many game reserves within the country. Mpumalanga and KwaZulu Natal are two of the popular game reserve provinces for game viewing.

South Africa ranks third in the world for overall animal species diversity and is vastly popular for studying animal behaviour.

There are so many national parks, nature reserves and game parks dotted all over the country visitors are spoilt for choice. Ranging from luxury and 5-star to budget and comfy, resorts offer all the essentials to keep tourists entertained and informed on the wildlife kept in the parks.

Accommodation in South Africa

South Africa has it all!  Whether you are looking for 5-star luxury, a rustic bush retreat or an affordable Bed and Breakfast, you are sure to find something to meet your needs while staying in South Africa.  

Popular holiday hotspots such as Cape Town, the Garden Route and the various game parks and reserves have plenty of accommodation facilities ranging from luxury to affordable hotels, quaint guesthouses and Bed and Breakfasts, self-catering apartments and backpacker lodges.  Even in smaller towns and less visited areas you are sure to find a small local hotel, camp site or bed and breakfast. For those looking for something a little more luxurious, there are plenty of mid-range and high-end hotels available in South Africa. Many of these offer excellent facilities and services, such as swimming pools, restaurants, bars and fitness centres.

Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a leisurely meal, be sure to check out one of the many wonderful restaurants in South Africa. You won’t be disappointed!

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