South Africans treasure their diverse cultural heritage - and we're only too happy to share it with visitors.
South Africa's rich history dates back to some of the earliest human settlements in the world. Over 300 museums reflect this heritage in a range of places - from 18th century homes to mountain caves, from rural cultural villages to state-of-the-art... read more
Motivated to give tourists the kind of experiences they themselves would like to have when travelling, Cape Insights offer special-interest guided tours of unusual quality, featuring guides and guest lecturers of the highest standard.
They present a variety of special-interest tours around Cape Town, tackling areas such as architecture, craft art, history,... read more
|One of South Africa's most famous streets – the only one in the world to have housed two Nobel Prize winners – has long been a must-see tourist attraction. Now, the Vilakazi Street precinct has become fully visitor-friendly, with public art, memorials and benches picking out its historical sites.
Following a major makeover, visitors to Johannesburg's famous township can now experience Vilakazi Street as a place to stroll, to sit on one of numerous concrete benches or seats... read more
|1. Rocktail Bay
Famed for its stunning beaches, scuba diving, snorkeling and impressive leatherback turtles, Rocktail Bay offers some of the best attractions in all South Africa.
2. Helicopter flip down the Coast
It's the best way to take in the spectacular seascapes in this breathtaking part of the world.
3. Legendary battlefields
The words “Zulu Wars, Shaka, Isandlwana, Rorke's Drift, Colenso, Spioenkop, Ladysmith, Dundee, Churchill, Blood River, Cets... read more