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Quality Assured Accommodation as graded by AA Travel Guides. The AA Quality Assured endorsement is awarded to establishments which are visited and assessed annually by an experienced AA Quality Assessor, to ensure the establishment meets guest expectations of service and hospitality, cleanliness and maintenance, comfort and standard of facilities, etc.

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Western Cape

From the Cedarberg Mountains to the Agulhas coast to the Cape Winelands, the Western Cape is a province of extraordinary diversity. Famous for Table Mountain, Indian and Atlantic Ocean beaches, V&A Waterfront, Robben Island, the penguin colony at Boulders, the Winelands, Cape Point ...

Garden Route

The Garden Route is a strip of land like no other in the world in terms of beauty, natural attractions and unique flora and fauna - hence its name. A paradise for eco-lovers, bird watchers and one of the most beautiful parts of the Western Cape. It lies sandwiched between the Outeniqua Mountains and ...

Eastern Cape

Scenic diversity is one of the most striking characteristics of the Eastern Cape. Famous for the Addo Elephant Park, Shamwari Game Reserve, beaches and watersports, the National Arts Festival held annually in Grahamstown, Nelson Mandela Museum, Hole in the Wall ...

KwaZulu Natal

Known as the "Kingdom of the Zulu", KwaZulu Natal is "a world in one province", the best game reserves and pristine beaches, the majestic Drakensberg Mountains and miles of subtropical coastline. Famous for beaches, national parks, the Midlands Meander, ...


The commercial and industrial powerhouse of South Africa, Gauteng is famous for shebeens, shopping malls and music venues, the Cradle of Humankind, Soweto, the Apartheid Museum, the Union Buildings in Pretoria, Cullinan Diamond Mine, the magnificent Magaliesberg ...


People are drawn to Mpumalanga by scenery, the fauna and flora and her history. This is predominantly big game country, the setting for sanctuaries teeming with wildlife and birds. Famous for Kruger National Park and a multitude of private game reserves, fly fishing, Blyde River Canyon and ...

Limpopo Province

Picture yourself relaxing of the deck of a luxury game lodge, watching the sunset over the baobabs, while feasting on locally grown tropical delights, such as avocados, litchis and mangoes. Limpopo is home to the Northern portion of the Kruger National Park, as well as ...

North West Province

The North West Province is close to the urban sprawl of Johannesburg and Pretoria. While much of the province is devoted to agriculture, breathtaking scenic beauty, rolling fields of maize, golden sunflowers and vast plains of African bushveld provide ample opportunity for ...

Free State

The Free State province borders on Lesotho and there are many Basotho in the province with the Basotho Cultural Village straddling the border between the Free State and the kingdom of Lesotho. Free State lies in the heart of the country, between the Vaal River in the north and ...

Northern Cape

The Northern Cape boasts a colourful history and a variety of cultural tourist attractions and is particularly well known for its incredible annual floral display that takes place in Namaqualand. An utterly beautiful coastline and a number of unique national parks offer ... has been assisting travellers with their South Africa travel plans since 1999, and is the largest online travel guide for South Africa available in both English and German. © 1999-2016. All Rights Reserved. Find and book hotels and accommodation in South Africa. Sitemap