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Tourism and Travel Information

South Africa has developed an international reputation for its high levels of service and accommodation as well as for the variety and richness of the tourism experience it offers.

In addition to being renowned for its natural scenic beauty, South Africa offers unique opportunities to enjoy first-class safari experiences where the “Big Five” :elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo, in addition to a huge range of other animals can be seen in their natural environment.

A wealth of information is available at South Africa National Parks. Because of the sunny climate, South Africa is an outdoor paradise and provides a wide range of sporting opportunities such as golfing, diving surfing and sailing. For those who prefer a more restful trip, the beaches both on the Atlantic and Indian Oceans are spectacular and the Cape Wine Route is world renowned.

There are six UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The Cradle of Humankind, Robben Island, Isimangaliso Park (formerly the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park), the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, the Cape Floral Region, and the Mapungubwe National Park.

The Embassy undertakes various tourism promotion outreach initiatives, such as tourism fairs, to maintain interest and keep travelers interested in visiting our country. We are at your service and would be glad to answer any tourism-related questions and to prepare individual information packages tailor-made to your requirements.

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H E Ms G J Mason
Head of Mission
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South African Airways
South African Tourism
National Parks of South Africa
Wines of South Africa
South Africa Broadcasting Corporation
Trade and Investment of South Africa (TIISA)
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