South African Tourism

Listings of the official tourism boards for all of South Africa's nine provinces, as well as other recommended accommodation, activity and information resources for each region.

South Africa:

Travel Comments
Travel Comments is a comprehensive online travel guide through Southern Africa focussed on backpackers and individual tourists.

Eastern Cape:

Fishing The Eastern Cape
Fishing The Eastern Cape website - The place to find all you need to know about fishing the Eastern Cape area. Find fishing maps, latest catches and more.

Eastern Cape Tourism Board
The Eastern Cape is situated along the south-eastern coast of South Africa. With approximately 820 km of coastline, the beaches of the Eastern Cape stretch from the Tsitsikamma National Park on the south coast, across St Francis Bay, Jeffreys Bay and Algoa Bay, up to the pristine Wild Coast and south-eastern coast to Port Edward. Added to the diverse coastal experiences are a number of national parks and private game reserves.

Backpackers Accommodation, Wild Coast
Coffee Shack Backpackers, Coffee Bay, South Africa, a tropical paradise on the beach. Has a reputation of being a fun, organised, clean youth hostel, a must-see on any African Tour.

Western Cape:

Tourism Cape Town & Western Cape
The Western Cape - a province of diversity. Between the mountain's sheer cliffs and the sun-speckled sweep of Table Bay lie many of the world's most famous beaches. Join bustling throngs crowding the malls, theatres and restaurants of the ever-exciting Victoria & Alfred Waterfront or take a break from the hive of holiday activity in the green peace of central Cape Town's Company Garden.


KwaZulu-Natal Tourism
See and experience true Zulu culture, interact with Indian people and get a taste of traditional English culture still practiced by residents whose descendants came to the territory in the nineteenth century. Tourist attractions range from the steamy beaches in the busy metropolis of Durban to mountain resorts in the majestic Drakensberg Mountain Range.


Mpumalanga Tourism
Mpumalanga - "the place where the sun rises". The province is situated in the north eastern part of the country and borders both Mozambique and Swaziland. It is an area of immense natural beauty and diversity - a land of mountain splendour, wide horizons, forests and plains, rock formations, caves and waterfalls.

Free State:

Free State Tourism
The Free State in the heart of South Africa is rich in history with diverse cultures and a variety of activities.


Gauteng Tourism Authority
Gauteng Province is a dynamic, sophisticated, cosmopolitan hub containing three large cities and numerous smaller towns. It is the economic and social powerhouse of South Africa.

Northern Cape:

Northern Cape Tourism
Experience the beauty and tranquility of numerous nature reserves, the adventure and excitement of 4x4 routes, hiking trails, or river rafting expeditions, the waterfalls, the world renowned flowers of Namaqualand or the richness of a diverse cultural heritage, the Northern Cape has something unique to offer.

Limpopo Province:

Limpopo Tourism
The Limpopo (Northern) Province portrays untamed Africa - ancient baobabs guarding vast expanses of mountains and bushveld and offers a mosaic of tourist attractions. There are many archaeological sites where the mysteries of the past and ancient peoples are still haunting this harsh landscape.

North West:

Tourism North West
Whatever your preference, there is bound to be an adventure to keep you happy. The North West is outdoors country, with a glorious climate & challenging adventure venues. We offer attractions and facilities equal to the best in South Africa - unique opportunities for white water rafting, canoeing, diving, hot air ballooning, hiking, fishing, rock climbing, abseiling, hunting, apart from conventional sport like golf, or other outdoor activities like bird watching, to name but a few...