Zwelihle Township has a population of at least 25,000 and is home to the majority of people who work in the Hermanus area’s tourism and fishing industries. The Zwelihle Youth Café, located at the Zwelihle RDP Centre, is both an incredible resource for the community and a thriving tourist attraction.
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Hermanus and its surrounding towns offer a huge variety of tourism activities beyond beaches and whale-watching: culinary experiences, wine-tasting, walking tours and hiking, among others. But it can be difficult to experience all these activities during a short trip because they are so widespread. A local tourism company called ChillGuru has moved to solve that problem with its own version of the world-famous hop-on-hop-off bus.
Once a busy mining area, now the gateway to Kruger as the only town on its borders, Ba-Phalaborwa is a unique enclave in Limpopo surrounded by protected areas.
Soaring temperatures in summer, it's one of the warmest spots in South Africa during winter, making for ideal holidays when you want to escape the chill and maybe see a lion up close.
8 Interesting Soweto Tourist Attractions that Aren’t on Vilakazi Street
Soweto is one of Joburg’s most popular tourist attractions. But the vast majority of Soweto’s tourists don’t stray far from Vilakazi Street, the tour-bus-choked former home of Nelson Mandela.
Soweto is a massive city within a city, home to millions of people, and there are interesting things to see and do all over the area. Here are eight great places to visit in Soweto that aren’t on Vilakazi Street.
1) Walter Sisulu Square
Tzaneen is a drive-through for many tourists and visitors en route to the Kruger Park and other holiday places (private game farms, Die Eiland etc), but they lose the excellent opportunity of making it a destination worthy to explore a bit. One of the best ways is by bike. It allows you to truly drink in the forest fragrances, the beautiful views, the needed exercise and the breath-taking views – all sitting down, while your legs take you places!
There is something truly exhilarating about being in close proximity of a wild and dangerous creature, while being in a secure place. It is like watching a lion in the Kruger National Park from your vehicle – seeing, hearing, even smelling it passing right beneath your window, sniffing at your tyres. It might roar and make the earth around you shake, but you are safe and sound inside – in awe and wonder, yet out of danger.