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South Africa Travel Information

  • Currency: 1 Rand= 100 cents
  • Capital: Legislative: Cape Town and Administrative : Pretoria
  • Time: GMT +2
  • Main Lanuages: English & Afrikaans (SA has 9 other official languages)
  • Electricity: 220 volts, 50Hz. Round 3 pin and 2 pin plugs



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SA Lodges - an easy online guide helping you find lodge accommodation in South Africa. A Comprehensive directory of lodges and all their details.

SA Lodges is also a rich information resource of towns and other destinations like game reserves, national parks and the provicial tourism areas. For those not so familiar with an area in South Africa, SA Lodges includes a comprehensive collection of South African maps.

Travelling in South Africa

Whether you are travelling to the West Coast or Wild Coast. Covering the country from Cape Town to the Kruger Park. South Africa is a diverse world in one country with a rich and multi-cultural population. Lively cities offering a kalidascope of entertainment to the calm and peaceful bushveld, South Africa offers the traveller such a wide choice of things to see and do while on your travels.

South Africa is a fairly large country. It is about the size of western europe and about 5 times larger than Britain.

With a very distinctive topography, South Africa has a large interior forming a great plateau surrounded by mountains along the coastal area known as the Great Escarpment. The Great Escarpment almost encompasses the entire coast of South Africa and divides the narrow coastal bent and the interior.

This contrasting landscape offers a rich diversity in vegetation and geology. This in turn creates a wealth of habitates for wildlife.

There are ample opportunities across the country to enjoy the Big Five (bygone hunters named the big 5 - elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo as they were the

most dangerous animals to hunt.)Just as exciting to see are the other more than 200 animal species each with their own unique presence.

South Africa's most famous Big Five areas include the massive Kruger Park and the surrounding private reserves, the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in KwaZulu-Natal, the Pilanesberg in North West Provice and the Addo Park area in the Eastern Cape.