Tourist Region offers divers geographical regions each with its own unique characteristics, culture and history as well as particular fauna and flora.

There are 46 records in this listing

Bo Karoo

Windpumps stand as lone sillouetted sentinels as the end of another day brings about a breathtaking explosion of orange, red and gold.

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Breede River Valley

One of the great secrets of the Western Cape - the valley of the Breede River. Here you can enjoy magnificent mountain scenery, breathtaking views, dare the great outdoor activities, visit nature reserves, ethnic villages, living museums, fynbos

Western Cape - Worcester

Cape Floral Heritage Site

The Cape Floristic Region in the Western and Eastern Cape has been officially recognised as South Africa’s sixth World Heritage Site by the World Heritage Committee.

Western Cape - Cape Town

Cape Route 62

Route 62 meanders between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, offering a scenic alternative to the N2 highway through an area of magnificent landscapes and towering cliffs, clear streams, abundance of indigenous flora and quaint towns and friendly villages.

Western Cape - Montagu

Cape Winelands

A haven of gracious, white-gabled farmsteads evoking a rich, elegant heritage. The heart of the grape and wine production in the country, steepled in history and scenic beauty.

Western Cape - Paarl

Central Drakensberg

Central Drakensberg in KwaZulu-Natal offers visitors hiking, panoramic views, secluded accommodation and bushman rock art.

KwaZulu-Natal - Central Drakensberg

Combined Meander and Amble Hiking Trail

Combine the best of both trails with this popular combination guided hike over 5 nights / 6 days. It offers diverse scenery and avoids the more strenuous sections – perfect for those wanting an easier trail.

Eastern Cape - Nahoon

East Griqualand

Your Tourist Assistant for birding, hiking, hunting, flyfishing, angling, golf, paragliding, polo, 4x4 trails, farming experiences, nature reserves and eco-destinations, game viewing, sporting facilities and much more

KwaZulu-Natal - Kokstad

Ghandi Route

During the South African War the role of South African Indians was confined to stretcher bearing, a duty Ghandi himself undertook after the Battle of Spioenkop.

KwaZulu-Natal - Pietermaritzburg

Greater Addo Area

An experience in contrasts - the Greater Addo Area winds down to the sea from the citrus area of Kirkwood, past the Addo Elephant Park to Alexandria. It offers the Big 5 and now also seasonal whales and sharks. Elephant viewing at its best.

Eastern Cape - Addo

Highlands Treasure Route

The magnificence of the North-Eastern Free State beckons you to come and explore the various cultural and ethnical sites, historical and monumental sites, breathtaking scenery, wonderful outdoor adeventures and much more

Free State - Harrismith

Kalahari Region

The sun-drenched Kalahari is an often forgotten corner of South Africa. Its vast, ancient landscape undulates misty horizons that remember the beginning of time.

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Klein Karoo

Travelling through the Klein (Little) Karoo the visitor passes through fruit growing, wine producing and ostrich farming towns such as Oudtshoorn, Calitzdorp, Ladismith, Van Wyksdorp, Barrydale and Uniondale and historic Amalienstein, Zoar, Dysselsdorp an

Western Cape - Oudtshoorn

KwaZulu-Natal South Coast

The KwaZulu-Natal South Coast stretches from Durban, the traditional mecca for sun-bathers, to Port Edward and is any holiday-maker's dream come true - beautiful beaches, excellent swimming and surfing, exciting nightlife and organised daytime activities.

KwaZulu-Natal - Margate

Mpumalanga Escarpment & Lowveld

Land of the 'Big Five', with the Kruger National Park as the best known, but also various private Game Reserves in the area. Also hiking, eco-safaris, hunting, fishing, arts & crafts, ethnic villages, wonders of nature, green gold and much more

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Overberg

The Overberg offers you beaches and secluded coves stretching for kilometers along the coast, the southern most point of Africa where two oceans meet, the heart of the Whale Coast, symmetrical swatches of rich farmlands set off by rugged mountains, beauti

Western Cape - Hermanus

Rainbow Route

The Rainbow Route is suited to the culture vultures among us and to those with a deep love and respect for nature and history.

KwaZulu-Natal - Vryheid

Safety tips when travelling

Personal safety is your responsibility. Use common sense and follow these simple rules.

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Sleeping Beauty Hiking Trail

This trail covers a distance of 14 km from the old Toll House to the crest of Sleeping Beauty and back. It is an relatively easy walk (depending on your level of fitness you can reach the top in 3 - 4 hours) and numerous streams are crossed.

Western Cape - Riversdale

Southern Highlands of Eastern Free State

The land of a thousand pictures, with each season offering its own attractions - roaring, open fires in winter, cherry blossoms and then succulent fruit in spring, hot summer days and golden autumn sunsets.

Free State - Ladybrand

Soutpansberg

Discover the Soutpansberg Mountain and Limpopo Valley area with prehistoric and protohistoric period archeological sites, conservation areas, game & bird viewing, hiking, hsitoric sites, safaris, scenic splendour and much more

Limpopo - Makhado (Louis Trichardt)

Sunshine Coast

With one of the best climates in the world, the Sunshine Coast offers you kilometres of unspoilt, golden beaches, rocky stretches and small seside villages.

Eastern Cape - Port Elizabeth

The Battlefields Route

The Battlefields Route takes you to some of the most significant battles fought on South African soil between Voortrekker and Zulu, Zulu and the British and the Anglo-Boer War.

KwaZulu-Natal - Ladysmith

The Cape Country Meander

The Cape Country Meander offers you 8 towns and surrounding countryside which each boast their own distinctive character, yet share the same authentic country flavour and charm.

Western Cape - Grabouw

The Dolphin Coast

The Dolphin Coast is the very best part of the KwaZulu Natal coastline - scenic beauty, lovely beaches, dolphins playing, lots of accommodation, restaurants, peace and quiet - what more could you want.

KwaZulu-Natal - Ballito

The Garden Route

The most beautiful region in the Cape, (if not the country!), the Garden Route with its pristine beaches, mountains, forests, lakes, rivers and kloofs is an absolute holiday destination, a place to restore your soul and revitalise your body and mind.

Western Cape - George

The Great Karoo

The Great Karoo is a vast semi-desert region of more than 400,000 square kilometers stretching over the provinces of the Eastern, Northern and Western Cape.

Northern Cape - Colesberg

The Northern Drakensberg

The Northern Drakensberg is home to the Royal Natal National Park which holds the Amphitheatre range, a sheer wall of Basalt over which the Tugela Falls plumets.

KwaZulu-Natal - Northern Drakensberg

The Panorama Route

The Panorama Route is a scenic route along Mpumalanga Escarpment with Blyde River Canyon, the third largest canyon in the world, central to it.

Mpumalanga - Sabie

The Raptor Route

The Northern Cape is the ideal place for bird watching, but more specifically so for Raptor watching. The Raptor Route has been developed, with information offices across the region, to assist you on your quest.

Northern Cape - Upington