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South Africa Accommodation by Star Grading, as graded by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa, which is the only government mandated, industry supported quality assurance authority in South Africa. The Tourism Grading Council evaluates those South African establishments which apply for grading and grades them 1 to 5 stars (view Explanation of Star Grading Assessments), according to the type of accommodation provided - hotels, lodges, b&bs, self catering, caravan parks & camping and backpackers.

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Western Cape

The Western Cape is a South African province of extraordinary beauty and heritage. Along with natural attractions and plenty of history, this province boasts a collection of accommodation options that have 3-, 4- and 5-star gradings. Visitors to the area are invited to explore its many attractions ...

Pictured: The majestic Table Mountain, backdrop to the city of Cape Town

Garden Route

The scenic stretch between Storms River (Eastern Cape) and Heidelberg (Western Cape) is known as the Garden Route. Popular holiday towns like Plettenberg Bay, Knysna and Wilderness are along this route, and are best enjoyed at hotels and guesthouses with 3-, 4- and 5-star ratings ...

Pictured: The secluded bay of Herolds Bay

Eastern Cape

Drink in the unassuming splendour of South Africa in this unique province, which offers so much diversity and natural loveliness to visitors. The best known areas here are Port Elizabeth, Jeffrey’s Bay, East London, and the Wild Coast of Transkei. The countryside is characterised by rolling hills ...

Pictured: The rugged, untouched Wild Coast

KwaZulu Natal

The natural abundance of KwaZulu Natal is best experienced on game drives and bush walks through places like Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, Lake St Lucia, and iSimangaliso Wetland Park. This province exudes a sense of adventure in the heart of the rolling Midlands and the miles of beautiful beaches ...

Pictured: The bustling city of Durban


Gauteng is the smallest, but most commercially and industrially significant province in South Africa. This province offers a huge variety of accommodation options, ranging from cosy B&Bs and guesthouses to opulent hotels. Their star ratings assure guests of their quality and commitment to ...

Pictured: Jacaranda-lined streets of Pretoria


Mpumalanga is one of South Africa's prettiest areas, lovingly dubbed Paradise Province. The star-rated accommodation here is ideal for travellers wanting to get the most out of the province, which is about dramatic landscapes, exquisite greenery, and an impressive variety of wildlife and birds ...

Pictured: Worth a visit, the quaint village of Pilgrim's Rest

Limpopo Province

The province of Limpopo is not only beautiful for its baobab trees and fruit orchards, but also for the abundance of fauna and flora in its parks and reserves. This makes it a real delight for nature lovers and wildlife photographers. The northern part of the Kruger National Park lies in this province ...

Pictured: Hippopotamus

North West Province

The North West enjoys its prime positioning in the western part of the Magaliesberg Mountains and within close proximity to Pretoria and Johannesburg. Largely an agricultural region, where fields of sunflowers and maize grace the landscape, and are complemented by the bushveld ...

Pictured: The popular weekend destination Hartbeespoort Dam

Free State

The province of the Free State is one of massive scale. The grasslands stretch to the high African sky, and the mighty Orange and Vaal rivers speak of the seemingly effortless power of nature. In addition, it is an area of strong culture, history and heritage. Visitors to the Free State can choose from ...

Pictured: Bloemfontein, "spring of flowers"

Northern Cape

The colourful hues of the wild flowers of Namaqualand, the sometimes-sleepy-sometimes-raging Orange River, and the rock art left behind by the ancient KhoiSan folk are what makes the Northern Cape so exquisitely unique. The diamond-mining Mecca of Kimberley has ...

Pictured: Capital of the Northern Cape, Kimberley 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. © 1999-2019. All Rights Reserved. Find and book hotels and accommodation in South Africa. Sitemap