South Africa's tourism industry is well established, with an exciting sector of emerging entrepreneurs. The country is strong on adventure, sport, nature and wildlife, and is a pioneer and global leader in responsible tourism.

Tugela Falls stand tall in the clouds

The site of a beautiful waterfall during a hike will never get old and anyone who says otherwise is telling a fib. These picturesque landmarks are a reminder of the pure strength and attractiveness of Mother Nature. They are a vital part of a peaceful environment for practicing stillness for some, while for others they are the perfect background for a whimsical picture.

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Brand South Africa takes part in the Eastern Cape SUV Challenge

The Siyavuya Foundation in partnership with Brand South Africa and other sponsors will deliver the third rendition of the annual SUV Challenge – Eastern Cape Tour this year, running from 3 to 7 March 2021 from the Wild Coast Sun, to Kokstad, Msikaba Bridge, Nkantolo Village in Mbizana Local Municipality, eMqhekezweni Great Place in King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality, East London, and concludes in Baviaanskloof in the Sarah Baartman District.

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Hidden Gems of South Africa

South Africa, “Mzansi”, is home to big cities, picturesque mountain views, vineyards and beautiful beaches, with a tradition and cultural infused character, and a country best appreciated through its many hidden villages and small towns. Well-known destinations like Cape Town, Johannesburg, Sabie River, the Garden Route, and Durban continue to attract families and adventurous backpackers but South Africa actually has so much more to offer. As the country marks International Tourist Guide Day on February 21, we take a look at some of the least known and talked about charming small towns, that are the real treasures to the country’s heartbeat.

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