“By pounding the dough the bread will rise.”

A South African Proverb

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“Sometimes, it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation.

Let your greatness blossom”

Nelson Mandela

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In this this website is a story of South Africa. A short story. Here you can learn greetings in our different languages, listen to South African music and read up on the best road trips you can take around the country. Feel like a good read? Click on the books tab, want to learn more about our history? Click on the timeline tab.

We encourage you to think about, the future, your future, and what we can bring to the table for a better South Africa.

This is only the beginning for Travel like a local South Africa. We want to grow, we want to grow together and as far as possible, having fun along the way.

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“it feels like God visits everywhere else, but lives in Africa”

Will Smith quoted after his travels in South Africa
Leopard Pilanesberg Game Reserve
A Leopard catching some afternoon shade in the Pilanesberg game reserve

“I saw a pack of 35 lions eat a wildebeest carcass and swam with giant manta rays. That was unbelievable.

Africa’s natural beauty is unmatched.”

Leonardo DiCaprio in a Q & A with Time Magazine regarding his film appearances in Africa

“Some of these South African military guys were the most highly trained men in the world, and they really knew the bush better than any other group of soldiers. I learned about camouflage, how to track.”

Surf Melkbosstrand
Surfs up in Melkbosstrand

“I love Africa, and Ulusaba, our home in South Africa, is pretty special.

It’s on a rock overlooking the bush, and from your room, you can see lions stalking zebras by the waterhole”.

Sir Richard Branson’s private game reserve, Ulusaba in South Africa

Be a tourist in your own country

drakensberg amphitheatre
The Amphitheatre, uKhahlamba-Drakensberg

“My heart is in South Africa, through my mum. My mum being from here, me spending a lot of time here as well, I feel most connected to this part of the world.”

Roger Federer and his relationship with South Africa
house on the beach
Western Cape: You can stay here

Looking for an adventure?


A surfers paradise stretching from Mozambique to Namibia. Warm waters from the Indian ocean mixing into the Atlantic ocean at the most southern tip of Africa. Experience the Wild coast and the Garden route on your next road trip.


Home to some of the best hiking routes on the planet. Adventure through the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg mountains, take a hike up Table Mountain or explore Magaliesberg mountain range. Camp overnight in a cave in search of Dinosaur fossils. Our escarpments don’t disappoint.


Some call it a ‘Safari’, we call it the Bush. Nothing quite compares to a sunset immersed in the wild of South Africa in search of the Big 5 in their natural habitats. No traffic, no technology, just you and the outdoors. A perfect place to relax.

Pack the car, grab a friend and get going!

child friendly beachfront
Adventure has no limts

“South Africa is blessed to have women and men like yourselves who have little to give but give what you have with open hands and open hearts.”.

Mangosuthu Buthelezi, South African politician and Zulu tribal leader
scuba dive sodwana bay
iSimangaliso Wetland Park, KwaZulu-Natal

“Look at how we are all different. Different races, different backgrounds, and we can prove that South Africa can be united.

We came together for South Africa and made it happen.

Siya Kolisi, Captain of the 2019 Rugby World Cup Winning Team – The Springboks

Our Culture

South Africa has a unique history, an amalgamation of many different cultures.

Our land was originally known to the Khoisan people. Years later, explorers from all corners of the globe set their sights on the most southern tip of Africa. The landscape, climate and wildlife bore fruit too good making it tough for these groups to leave the land.

The types of cultures settling and building in South Africa since 500 BC up to today are known as the Bantu, Dutch Settlers, French Huguenot’s, the English, the Portuguese, Italians, Germans and more.

Today, these cultures co-exist as South Africans and strive for a better future with one another, in a democracy that is only 26 years old.

Women’s Day Run, Johannesburg CBD

“You cannot leave Africa, ” Africa said, “It is always with you, there inside your head.

Our rivers run in currents in the swirl of your thumbprints; Our drumbeats counting out your pulse; Our coastline, the silhouette of your soul”.


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Storms River mouth rest camp

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