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03.05.2011 16:12

South Africa is a land of fascinating contrasts, natural wonders, abundant wildlife and intoxicating scenic beauty. It is truly a world in one country for within the borders it boasts and ever-changing environment and an extraordinary range of landscapes ... from the lush verdant swathes of sub-tropical forests in the eastern highlands to the arid wilderness of the far west, from the rugged and remote peaks of majestic mountain ranges to the sun-drenched green and gold of the coastal regions.

The country's game and marine reserves are unmatched anywhere in the worlds, and the abundance and array of its plants and flowers make it the botanical greenhouse of Africa. In the shadow of Table Mountain, the mother city of Cape Town is the focus of the Western Cape - the fairest in all the world. Here you can watch whales, witness the meeting of two great oceans and indulge in the delights of the winelands.

In the Eastern Cape the focus is a 2000 kilometre coast of unsurpassed beauty and warm hospitality, offering a wide range of attractions. It is the home of the Addo elephants, internationally recognised surfing events, the country's largest cultural festival and long stretches of untouched and undisturbed shores. Still inhabited by Bushmen, the Northern Cape has an arid appeal all of its own.

There is the diamond industry's legacy of the big hole of Kimberley, the Kalahari claim to the world's largest unspoilt ecosystem and the annual miracle of the Namaqualand flowers.

The Free State has a quietly intriguing character, typified by old-fashioned villages and dominated by the spectacular scenery of the Golden Gate in the eastern highlands. From the towering peaks of the majestic Drakensburg mountains to the sub-tropical coast, from the historical lure of the battlefields to the savage splendour of the Zululand game reserves and proud traditions of the Zulu nation, KwaZulu-Natal offers the visitor a rich variety of natural attractions, holiday resorts, people and cultures.

Some of the country's most famous game reserves, including the Kruger National Park - where you are sure to spot the 'Big Five' of lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo - are found in Mpumalanga. Here too is the breathtaking Blyde River Canyon, the magical and mysterious Sudwala Caves and the beautifully preserved museum towns celebrating the region's gold rush era. Head across the bushveld, along the Great North Road, and into the Northern Province - the land of legends and myths.

Here you will discover historical places, wildlife reserves, cultural heritage, health spa's and the wide open plains of Africa.

Getaway glitz, glamour, gaming and entertainment is the promise of the North-West ... the platinum province. The twin extravagances of Sun City and the Lost City offer a sprawling network of hotels, million dollar competition golf courses, water-world features, casinos and entertainment complexes - in the very heart of the bushveld.

Although the smallest of South Africa's nine provinces, Gauteng is the economic heart. The modern cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria offer visitors international-style hotels, sophisticated dining and entertainment, Africa's biggest shopping complex and the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of leisure diversions - from performances by Lippizaner stallions to visits down a working gold mine and an exploration of the largest city zoo in the world.


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