Wine Tours in South Africa

South Africa’s diverse and distinctive wine tourism offering is best experienced on its wine routes. Wine lovers who visit our wine routes will discover an offering as…

Hidden Treasures of South Africa

South Africa’s cultural and creative diversity is inspirational, but the breadth and variety of experiences on offer can be overwhelming too. So how does a new visitor…

Sandton City Mall in Johannesburg

Sandton City has it all; from the best-known international brand names to exciting local boutiques and speciality stores. As one of South Africa’s oldest and most…
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On Safari

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Blackwater Tubing along Storm’s River

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Food & Wine

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Shark Cage Diving

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Explore South Africa's third largest national park, Addo National park. This park is situated in the adventure province, Eastern Cape and there are a lot of activities one can take part in this amazing location. From the 4x4 Bedrogfontein trail between the Kabouga and Darlington areas of the park to the Marine Eco-tours that provide visitors with a glimpse of a great white shark and/or southern right whale. Experience Addo, home to the Big 7. Directions from Johannesburg: • Take the N1 towards Colesburg. • At Colesburg, take the N10 towards Cradock and Paterson. • Take the R342 to the right when you get to the intersection with Paterson on your left. This will be signposted ‘Addo Elephant National Park’. Follow this road for 24km, looking out for the entrance to the park on your left. Amazing image @vpatelxo #MeetSouthAfrica #travelbug #travelsouthafrica #travelgram #exploresouthafrica #travelinspo #wildlife #garden #southafrica #instatravel #TourismMonth2018 #EasternCape
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