The growth of domestic tourism in SA depends on the accessibility and affordability of the country's tourist attractions, says Minister Derek Hanekom.
Adrian Rorvik relishes a rare short break at Mtunzini Forest Lodge.
Visitors are flocking to the West Coast National Park to see the spectacular blaze of colour which will only last another two to three weeks.
Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom said that things were looking up for the tourism sector at the launch of Tourism Month by SA Tourism.
Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf and Spa Resort is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
Nontando Mposo shares adventure-on-a-budget Sho’t Left experience.
Renowned as one of Cape Town's most iconic buildings, the 33-year old Southern Sun Cape Sun is the new kid on the block for family accommodation.
Durban could soon get its very own cat cafe, where feline fans can have a cuppa and spend time playing with cats.
The beauty of bad holidays is when they start from such a low base, they can only improve. Helen Walne knows this all too well.
This paradise of surprises is a place for encountering the bush but for relaxing too, writes Hein Kaiser.
Each exhibition in the series contains real human specimens, including full-body plastinates as well as individual organs.
Forget Paris, take a Sho't Left and head for Parys for a fun-filled weekend.
From accommodation to the best places to view the West Coast spring bloom, we've got you covered.
Badplaas is an award-winning resort, famous for its hot mineral springs.
The One&Only is a favoured destination for international visitors to the Mother City, and it's easy to see why, writes Minesh Bhagaloo.