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Tour South Africa

“The Rainbow Nation” steeped in history and culture and renowned for their love of sport. It is clear to see why South Africa has emerged as the premier touring destination for all ages. From safari experiences trying to spot the ‘big five’ or a history lesson learning about Nelson Mandela’s incarceration on Robben Island, South Africa offers an experience not to be missed.

Cape Town

The “Mother City of Africa” is a rare cultural gem and is regarded as one of the most beautiful regions in the world. The impressive presence of Table Mountain, flanked by the legendary Devil's Peak and Signal Hill stand proudly above the city and its beautiful white sandy beaches. Brimming with educational excursions and enjoyable attractions Cape town is a must when visiting South Africa.

  • Robben Island
  • Cape Point Tour
  • Table Mountain
  • V&A Waterfront
  • Township tour
  • The Garden Route


Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa is amongst the three capital cities of the country. It is popularly known as the Jacaranda City because of several Jacaranda trees being planted along streets, gardens and parks. It is situated in the northern part of Gauteng Province 50km from Johannesburg.

- Lesedi Cultural Village

- High Performance Centre

- White Water Rafting


High up on the east coast, Durban is South Africa's sub-tropical beach getaway. The city centre overlooks a long, golden beach that is probably the single most culturally diverse spot in Africa. Durban is actually all about the beach. It is home to South Africa's only surfing museum, and is one of the most surf-friendly cities in the world. Durban is the closest seaport to Johannesburg and as the busiest port in South Africa is an integral part of the city.

- UsHaka Marine World

Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth is a great little coastal city with loads of great things to do and a whole host of fantastic attractions right on its doorstep. It's big enough to have everything you'd really want from a city but small enough to occasionally feel like a village. There are wonderful beaches, good diving, excellent kitesurfing and windsurfing, and good surf. There are sailing trips from the harbour, as well as good whale watching.

- Whale Watching

- Kragga Kamma Game Park

Sport in South Africa

Since South Africa’s emergence from apartheid they have hosted the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the 2003 Cricket World Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The famous embrace between Nelson Mandela wearing SA captain’s Francios Pienaar No.6 shirt after winning the RWC 1995 on home turf was testament to how far they have come. A nation full of pride who will certainly provide tough opposition across the board.