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In the heart of South Africa is the Free State, this little gem offers visitors a multitude of experiences, from the sandstone mountains of the Golden Gate to the clean blue waters of the Gariep Dam.
South Africa's economic powerhouse, the Place of Gold offers visitors to the area a multitude of cultural people, historical places, recreational facilities and scenic beauty.
South Africa's playground, Kwazulu-Natal has spectacular mountains ranges, miles and miles of golden beaches, battlefields and some of the best game reserves in the country.
Home to the northern part of the infamous Kruger National Park, ancient baobab trees and cycad forests, the Limpopo province offers unequalled beauty, contrasting landscapes, spectacular mountains and brilliant game reserves.
Gateway to the Kruger National Park and home to the quaint historical towns of Pilgrims Rest and Baberton, the natural wonders of the Blyde River Canyon and the 20 000 flamingoes that gather at Chrissiesmeer each year.
The North West is home to the spectacular Sun City and the Lost City, as well as the Hartbeespoort Dam, the Pilansberg National Park, the Magaliesberg mountains and the Taung Heritage Site. There's something here for everyone!
Spectacular ocean views, awesome rocky landscapes, thundering waterfalls at Augrabies National Park and lets not forget the Namaqualand flowers which cover the landscape in a carpet of wild flowers in the springtime.
South African Tourism
Tel +27 (0)11 895 3000
+61 2 9261 5000
+33 1 456 101 97
01805 72 22 55
+31 20 471 3181
+44 (0) 20 8971 9364
A Passport valid for six months after date of entry; contact your nearest travel agent or embassy for up-to-date information. Entry permits are issued on arrival to visitors from many British Commonwealth countries and are valid for 90 days.
The Rand is South Africa’s currency and is denoted by the R. 100 cents make up R1 (One Rand). Foreign currency can be exchanged at most banks and Bureaux de Changes. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club are accepted.
Taxes and Refunds
All goods and services are priced to include value added tax of 14%. Visitors may reclaim VAT at their point of departure provided recepts are produced. Total value of purchases must be over R250.00 to reclaim VAT.
Summers need light cotton clothing and a light jersey for cool evenings. Winter needs warmer clothing with a sweater or jacket for cool mornings and evenings. Hats, sunglasses, insect repellant and rainwear for the rainy season are essential.
There are 11 official languages in South Africa. English is spoken throughout South Africa and most businesses and banks communicate in English.
There is a wide network of hospitals, both public and private, throughout the country offering excellent services.
International visitors should have health insurance to assist in paying for private hospital fees. If you are entering a Malaria area, medical precautions should be taken. Consult a pharmacist for more advice and insect repellant is essential. Tap water is safe and clean to drink.
Banks are open Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 15:30 and Saturdays from 09:00 to 11:00. Banks are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.
Tourism and Safety Information Line - 083 123 2345, Police - 10111, Fire Brigade - 1022, Ambulance - 10222