Feel the African sun as it softly rests on your face, as each beam reminds your soul that you have made it here, a ‘here’ now called home! In never seen before lands, wide-open spaces and horizons still to be discovered, you will be exposed to the kings and queens of the jungle – can you hear the pitter-patter of your heart?
South Africa a land of culture, traditions and diverse natural beauty all intertwined to bring about the full circle of life – they say it is the place to find yourself OR was it one to get completely lost in. This is the place you want to reside in forever, even if it is only for a moment, a memory or a lifetime. What are you waiting for?


  1. Table Mountain- Western Cape – The most notable and top of the list is Table Mountain, Cape Town. This flat mountain is the iconic feature of the western province. Hitch a trip to the top via cableway or by foot!
  2. Kruger National Park – Limpopo, Gauteng & Mpumalanga – Now don’t be fooled by the sheer size of the park, the Kruger National Park’s vast stretches of land overs the ideal travel space to see the Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino and Elephant) in their natural settings. Binoculars anyone?
  3. Cradle of Humankind – Gauteng – A brief look into the history of where all humans came from, can be found just on the outer skirts of Johannesburg. Here you can delph into the knowledge discovered by hominid remains dating back millions of years back.
  4. Robben Island Museum – Western Cape – An island of the coast of Cape Town, yielding the history of the late president Nelson Mandela. Take a stroll through the prison cells and emerge yourself down memory lane into the deep-rooted history of the Apartheid regime.
  5. SALT (South Africa’s Large Telescope) – Western Cape – Are you into space and all star-related views an African night sky has to offer? Then look no further SALT has got you covered. Being the largest single optical telescope in the southern hemisphere and situated in coldest and least light-polluted skies, namely in Sutherland. Be sure to pack in extra socks and a good pair of eyes if you want to wander here.
  6. Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden – Western Cape – On the slopes of Table Mountain is a garden created of great grandeur only a King could possibly afford and maintain. Kirstenbosch places a strong emphasis on only planting indigenous plants found in the southern hemisphere. Plants range from savannas, fynbos, karoo and many more. Botanist as a hobby, you say?
  7. Usaka Marine World – Kwazulu-Natal – The worlds fifth-largest aquarium boasts with a vast array of different aquatic life ranging from, dolphins to reefs and even river rides to entertain the little ones. After a day at Usaka, soaking wet is the only sea-language you will speak fluently!
  8. The Apartheid Museum- Gauteng – A guided tour through the rise and fall of the oppressive and racial segregational history that South Africa bears. The museums makes use of photography, videography and visual/tangible displays to allow the viewer to experience struggle faced by locals during this time period.
  9. Blyde River Canyon- Limpopo – Take a trip to the northernmost province, Limpopo and see the third largest canyon in the world. This mountain view will offer you views of God’s Window, Hippo trails and many more!
  10. Addo Elephant National Park- Eastern Cape – Port Elizabeth is the place to be if your heart desires to see all the Ellie’s South Africa has to offer!
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