Built in 1848, the Cape Agulhas lighthouse was the second to be built in South Africa after the Green Point lighthouse in Cape Town, in 1824. Today the lighthouse is a national monument, housing the unique lighthouse museum and a small rustic restaurant.
Restful Winelands and beautiful, bustling coastlines embrace iconic attractions like Table Mountain, Robben Island and the Cape of Good Hope, consistently drawing crowds to the Mother City. But beyond this obvious beauty and within easy reach, the open road leads to everything your travelling heart may desire.
From the sticky-aired hub of the big city, to an endless coastline of beaches that stretch beyond beauty; from the lofty Sani Pass to the snow-capped heights of the Drakensberg Mountains, KZN offers a mishmash of wondrous places that’ll make your head spin and your heart smile.
In the ‘wild’ province of the Eastern Cape, also known as the adventure capital of South Africa, you’ll find vast expanses of untouched beach, bush and forest. An area with enticing attractions, among them the Addo Elephant National Park (home to over 600 elephants!), dramatic Wild Coast seascapes, numerous Big Five malaria-free game reserves and,