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EASTERN 
CAPE

Lush tropical forests and undeveloped coastlines will have you captivated. The Eastern Cape is home to South Africa`s finest hiking trails.

 

It`s also said that the Xhosa people have inhabited the Eastern Cape area from as long ago as 1593 and most probably even before that.

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FREE 
STATE

Uninterrupted views, small towns, villages, interesting road routes and vast rocky mountains is the order of the day.

From popular craft breweries, galleries and vintage clothing stores - the small town of Clarens is a must visit.

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GAUTENG

The Place of Gold

Not only is Gauteng the jewel of the nation but it is also home to a unique geological site - The Cradle of Humankind. 

That is not all though, the biggest city (Johannesburg) is vibrant and rich in culture.

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KWAZULU
NATAL

Known at the Kingdom of the home to the oldest game park in Africa, Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.

With its subtropical climate, Kwazulu Natal is the perfect holiday destination for anytime of the year. In addition to offering breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, visitors can expect to learn about diverse cultures and fascination historical sites

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LIMPOPO

Home to the fabled Rain Queen and Mapungubwe, Limpopo is land of hot mineral springs, waterfalls, abounding ruins, ancient forests, sparkling trout waters.

 

The province also includes vast areas of the Kruger National Park.

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MPUMALANGA

The province boast lush green valleys and a diverse natural scenery, the perfect destination for an adventure enthusiast.

 

It`s also home to indigenous Ndebele tribes, who are well known for their outstanding craftsmanship and decorative homes.

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NORTHERN
CAPE

Learn about indigenous cultures at the city`s galleries, hike to scenic viewpoints, gaze down at the thundering waterfalls or drink a beer at the Halfway House Inn.

 

The province is home to abundant wildlife, surreal wilderness and blossoming desert landscapes.

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NORTH WEST

Home to a national park that is located in the crater of an extinct volcano, The Pilanesberg Game Reserve.

 

The province of scattered trees and grassland, with the Vaal River flowing through the southern part of the province.

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WESTERN 
CAPE

Many people consider the Western Cape to be South Africa’s most beautiful region, a place where mountains meet the sea and rows of vineyards stretch across valleys and hills. 

The attractions in the province extend far beyond its natural surroundings.  Discover world-class dining experiences, unspoiled beaches, adventure activities and more...

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