The Mandela Museum in Soweto is housed in what was once the home of Nelson Mandela, the world's most famous political prisoner and South Africa's former president.
Get the kids to play and take something home for the parents; the Scratch Patch offers thousands of tumble-polished gemstones covering the playground
36 years after the Dutch settled in the Cape, the Huguenots settled here in the former Oliphantshoek...Franschhoek
In the township of Langa, meaning "Sun", you should pay a visit to the Tsoga Environmental Resource Centre.
The Milkwood Tree in Mossel Bay is over 500 years old and is known as the Post Office Tree.
Trendy Camps Bay beach is one of Cape Town's main attractions
More people decide to combine their township tour with a stay in a township Bed & Breakfast. For instance in Kopanong B&B in Khayelitsha
A feast of fresh flavours await at Flavours restaurant in the scenic Cape Winelands. So fresh in fact, that the restaurant doesn't even have a freezer...
Experience life in the biggest township of Cape Town
Enjoy a personal encounter with these regal mammalian athletes
Four-day wilderness trail through Shamwari Private Game Reserve
On the Garden Route and looking for an up-close and personal encounter with the Big Five?
The most popular beach for surfing, body boarding, sundowners and sunbathing.
The Gugulethu Seven Memorial in Cape Town's Gugulethu Township remembers 7 young men who lost their lives during apartheid
Countless moments of joy
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