Tourism in South Africa

Tourism in South Africa

Ten very good reasons to book a pre- or post tour

Situated at the southern tip of Africa, South Africa is over 1 200 000km² in size and is edged on three sides by nearly 3 000km of coastline, with the Indian Ocean to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The country is bordered in the north by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, and also encloses two independent countries, the kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland.

Affordable holiday South Africa


During these tough times, who doesn’t want an affordable holiday? In South Africa, you can even afford luxury and have spending money for shopping and other treats.

South Africa Natural Beauty

Natural beauty

South Africa’s scenic wonders are legendary. From Table Mountain to God’s Window, our mountains, forests, coasts and deserts will sooth your soul and delight you.

World Calss Facilities

World-class facilities

Whether you opt for Afro-chic or authentic Africa, you’ll find it easy to get around, find a comfortable place to stay, have a great meal, connect.



South Africa is the adventure capital of the world. With over 130 adventures and counting, there is something for everyone from mountain walks to shark cage-diving!

Great Weather South Africa

Good weather

In sunny South Africa, our great weather invites you to enjoy the outdoors, play golf year-round and take advantage of the nearly 3000km coastline.

Rainbo Nation

Rainbow Nation

The Rainbow Nation celebrates all its African and immigrant cultures. We’re known for our friendliness across the country.

Sun City

Diverse experiences

Go almost anywhere in South Africa and experience the ultimate combination of nature, wildlife, culture, adventure, heritage and vibe – you’re spoilt for choice, so pack it in!

Wildlife South Africa


Warning! Watching wildlife is addictive. First you start with the Big Five, then you’ll soon be looking for whales, penguins, meerkats, wild dogs, birds, dung beetles.

Freedom Struggle

Freedom Struggle

Discover a nation’s struggle for freedom whilst following the footsteps of Nelson Mandela, Hector Pieterson and many other celebrated revolutionaries.

Responsible Tourism

Responsible Tourism

In South Africa you can travel with care as you explore our protected areas, contribute to social and conservation projects, buy recycle art and stay green.

Book Pre and Post Tours / Travel

Wednesday, March 29 – Pre-congress tour to Kruger National Park starts. Ends Saturday April 1.

Saturday, April 8 – Post congress tours to KwaZulu-Natal, Namibia and Zambia start

Tuesday, April 11 – Post congress tours end