|TRAVELLING TO SOUTH AFRICA
Travelling to South Africa
has become convenvient with technological advancements and many parts of the country are accessible.
Flying options range from domestic carriers (low cost to the countrys national carrier) and quite a few international carriers-up to 70 international airlines. There are three international airports and many border posts, some which are open 24 hours a day.
has an array of shops to choose from in every province. Whether it be shopping at
exclusive malls such as Sandton City, Hyde Park, Kilarney in Johannesburg to La Lucia Mall, the Pavilion shopping centre or the Gateway theatre of shopping to Cavendish and the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town; in
most places there are also markets or those un-touristy spots where
the locals shop.
Plan a trip with your friends, family or work colleagues
with so many golfing options available to you throughout the country. There are excellent golf courses all over South Africa
. such as the Durban Country Club, Bryanston, Fancourt, Zimbali and Mount Edgecombe amongst others.
With parks the size of a country like that of the Kruger National park to smaller privately held concessions there is probably a wildlife experience to be had in most provinces. Visit parks such as Hluhluwe(one of the oldest in Africa) to private parks along the Garden route and experience the big five firsthand.
Accomodation ranges from 2/3 star to 5 star hotels, lodges, resorts, a countrywide guesthouse network, to backpackers and self catering apartments.
SELF DRIVE ADVENTURES
For those free-spirited individuals wanting to accept the challenge
of meandering through our countryside and driving in our cities, book your car at any one of the cities and traverse our escarpment with many accommodation options to be booked along routes you could use.
FOOD and WINE
South African cuisine takes distinctive characteristic in each province with Cape Malay food in Cape Town to indigenous African dishes: Venda, Zulu, Catonese, Basotho, Indian and traditional local food.
The majority of wine farms are located in the Cape in and around Stellenbosch with a few commercially feasible farms now emanating in the midlands of Kwa Zulu Natal.
For those keen enthusiasts-most provinces offer a wide range of locations
where you can spend time viewing rare and exotic species of bird-life-contact
us for more information.
DEEP SEA FISHING AND CRUISING
There are great locations of the KZN coastline for game fishing
or cruising. These are conducted with experienced boat captains
on fully equipped and professionally run boats.
The wide variety marine life, some indigenous to KZN (shark, turtle,
ray, corals, etc.) at Aliwal Shoal on the Natal South Coast and
Sodwana in Maputaland offer the scuba diver fun-filled experiences.