Cultural Tours Within South Africa

South Africa is an incredible holiday destination, with many cultural highlights and natural wonders to explore, you can experience the best South Africa has to offer. In South Africa you’ll find the world’s oldest fossils, and the world’s newest democracy.
Referred to as the ‘Rainbow Nation’, South Africa has a population of 45 million people, with not one single culture but several, making the most culturally diverse country in the world. Visitors have the opportunity to experience South African culture via the many Cultural tours on offer.

South Africa is the most democratic country on the African continent; this is a country where you can share in on the historical and political memories the people. Visit the famous Apartheid museum or the world heritage site of Robben Island; home to political mover Nelson Mandela during his incarceration, upon his release in 1990, Nelson Mandela was elected South Africa’s first black president.

For a rare cultural gem visit is the city of Cape Town, this is a city of culture built on a history that reflects the architecture, cuisine, music and dance. In the Western Cape you will find indigenous Fynbos which forms part of the Cape Floral region, pristine white beaches and the memorable landmark of Table mountain; providing an amazing backdrop of Cape Towns city center. Here many of the world’s scenic wonders are with a days drive away from the city center.

For a cultural outing visit the many art galleries and museums or visit a natural rock painting mural, experience the authentic African artifacts by browsing the array of flea markets, or stroll along Kalk Bay main road and browse through the numerous antique stores. Visitors can travel to the rural areas where you can witness tribal culture and living. Township tours are a must, a unique and emotional experience, walk along the streets and witness the locals surviving on a daily basis, with daily struggles, hopes and dreams. After that is done stop off at the local Shebeen and enjoy a refreshing beer.

A lot is to be said about the South African cuisine; traditionally it is as diverse as the cultures surrounding it. Indulge in a seafood platter whilst watching the whale spectacle in the Hermanus Bay, have a hot summers day Boerewors Braai or go down to Durban and experience the hot BunnyChow.

The brilliant landscape and diverse culture is matched by the equally rich choice of places to stay, some of South Africa’s hotels and lodges contend with the best in the world, from simple rustic 5 star lodges, friendly hotels, luxury accommodation to various conference and spa venues.