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Routes and Places of Interest

  • Battlefields Route Battlefields Route With 82 battlefields, museums, old fortifications and places of remembrance the Route boasts the largest concentration of significant Battles and war related sites than anywhere in South Africa. But that is not all! within this same area, or close by, are some of the best game parks and conservancies in the country where you can see the Big Five, fantastic bird viewing areas, the magnificent mountains of the Ukahlamba/Drakensberg Heritage Park, numerous adventure sports sites and of course Zulu Culture and Heritage sites.
  • Cape West Coast Cape West Coast The Cape West Coast stretches from Cape Town as far as the border with the Northern Cape at Touws River, including within its parameters the indescribably beautiful Cederberg Mountains, famous for centuries-old rock art. All along this stretch of coastline is a series of quaint historic towns and fishing villages with names like Lambert’s Bay, Paternoster, Saldanha and Langebaan that today roll with ease off the tongue, but until fairly recently were left to languor in relative obscurity.
  • Cape Winelands Cape Winelands The Cape Winelands stretches over four different 'wine of origin' regions.The Coastal Region (Cape Town, Somerset West, Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek, Riebeek Valley and Tulbagh) the Oliphants Region up the West Coast, the Overberg Region along the south coast famous for its whales and then the Breede River Valley and the Klein Karoo Regions along the famous "Route 62". The oldest and the first wine route to be established is the Stellenbosch Wine Route - only thirty minutes drive from Cape Town.
  • Dolphin Coast Dolphin Coast The Dolphin Coast extends from Zimbali in the South to the mighty Tugela in the north. It includes the coastal resorts of Ballito, Chakas Rock, Salt Rock, Sheffield Beach, Blythedale and Zinkwazi. With plenty of accommodation to choose from the Dolphin Coast has a lot to offer visitors. One can choose from playing golf at one of four magnificent golf courses, visiting the crocodile & animal farms, historical sites, nature reserves, nurseries, cultural villages, taking a marine excursions or simply soaking up the sun on the golden beaches.
  • Drakensberg Drakensberg An awe-inspiring and truly magnificent range of mountains, the majority of which lie in KwaZulu Natal and stretch well over 200 kilometres forming a natural border between Lesotho and KwaZulu Natal, are known simply as ‘the dragon mountain’ or Drakensberg.
  • Garden Route Garden Route South Africa's Garden Route is a great holiday destination. The Garden Route is a top travel destination because of the beautiful beaches and the quality accommodation. See humpbacks on the Whale Route. Go on a road trip along the spectacular Route 62. See the Big 5 on a Garden Route Safari or kick back on a beach along the Coastal Route.
  • Midlands Meander Midlands Meander The Midlands is alive with the hustle and bustle of country life at its best. Catering to all needs, the Midlands Meander in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, offers some of the finest adventure, relaxation, authentic experiences, shopping, cuisine, sport and accommodation in South Africa. Many of our members are award winning and reputed worldwide for their excellence and unique offerings in addition to being home to some of the finest mountain biking tracks and some of the largest sporting events in the country.
  • North Coast North Coast The Zulu Kingdom's North Coast also known as the Dolphin Coast, stretches from Zimbali to the mighty Thukela River. This is the playground of the bottlenose dolphins which frolic in the waters close to shore and are visible all year round. The North Coast offers luxury, beauty, sport and history.
  • Overberg Overberg Within driving distance of one of South Africa's busiest cities, lies a region of contrasts and wonder. The Overberg has rugged mountain ranges, fynbos, rolling wheat and canola fields, and splendid coastal vistas. It is for you to reflect, discover and maybe even have the adventure of a lifetime.
  • Panorama Route Panorama Route The magnificent Panorama Route is best known for its cultural heritage and its dramatic landscapes. Offering a vast array of exciting options for the visitor, the Panorama Route hosts some of the best adrenalin enhancing adventures as well as some more sedate pastimes.
  • Route 62 Route 62 Enjoy the unexpected pleasures of Route 62 as you travel from Cape Town through Paarl, Wellington, the Breede River, Klein Karoo, the Langkloof, the beaches of Jeffreys Bay, Port Elizabeth and Addo National Park. Route 62 meanders through a thousand kilometers of mountains, fertile valleys, semi deserts and offers a shorter alternative to the N2 Highway.
  • South Coast South Coast Margate, Port Shepstone, Scottburgh, Port Edward, sardines, golf, whales, dolphins, the Oribi Gorge, hibiscus flowers and golden beaches are some of the terms which people associate with this magnificent South Coast region of South Africa and the Zulu Kingdom. Sub-tropical forests, blue lagoons, golden beaches, rocky coves, the warm Indian Ocean and sunny weather make KwaZulu-Natal's South Coast a popular year-round holiday resort for both local and international visitors.
  • Southern Drakensberg Southern Drakensberg The highest range in Southern Africa, the “Dragon Mountains” or the “ Barrier of Spears”, reach their highest peaks along the border with Lesotho. The Mountain Range is actually an escarpment separating a high interior plateau from the coastal lowlands of Natal, and is the source of many streams, rivers and waterfalls which ultimately flow out in the sea.
  • Southern Drakensberg Soweto Soweto is an urban area of the city of Johannesburg in Gauteng, South Africa, bordering the city's mining belt in the south. It is an English syllabic abbreviation for South Western Townships. Formerly a separate municipality, it is now incoporated in the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, Suburbs of Johannesburg.
  • Transkei Transkei The untamed Transkei is located in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa and lies just outside of East London. It is an almost forgotten part of the country that seems to function at its own pace and without modern day influences. Many tourists and locals visit the Transkei as it provides a unique experience that cannot be found anywhere else in the country.
  • Whale Route Whale Route The Whale Route starts along the south of Cape Town and extends to Durban, 1,200 plus miles of whale watching coastline. The route traverses several famous protected areas, including the Garden Route, Tsitsikamma National Park, and the Transkei.
  • Wild Coast Wild Coast The Wild Coast is one of South Africa's most remote stretches of shoreline. Stretching from East London in the Eastern Cape all the way north to Port Edward and the southern border of KwaZulu-Natal, the region is home to some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in the world. It is a place of steep green hills atop which sit clusters of traditional Xhosa mud huts; a land of windswept cliffs, deserted white-beaches, forests, untamable waves and numerous shipwrecks.
  • Zululand Zululand Just north of the Dolphin Coast, in a malaria-free area, Zululand extends up to Richard’s Bay along the north coast of KwaZulu Natal and inland into the rural heart of KwaZulu Natal, extending north to Pongola, and including the little towns of Ulundi and Vryheid that lie on the border of the Battlefields Route

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