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Grahamstown National Arts Festival

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Grahamstown National Arts Festival

The National Arts Festival is an important event on the South African cultural calendar, and the biggest annual celebration of the arts on the African continent. It has become the home for artists from different corners of the creative world. Whether you are a dancer, musician, painter or a mere art lover, the Grahamstown National Arts Festival is where you belong. From theatre to dance, opera to cabaret, fine art to craft art, classical music to jazz, poetry readings to lectures, every art form imaginable is represented in one of the most diverse festivals in the world. For 11 days every year, the Eastern Cape town of Grahamstown transforms from a sleepy haven of academics, students and entrepreneurs into the heart of South Africa’s arts scene.

Born to be wild at these top private game reserves

Wildlife safari
Born to be wild at these top private game reserves

Explore our fascinating wildlife ecology in the wide open, pristine and natural environments when you visit one of these phenomenal nature and game reserves.

The Otter Trail - the trail of a lifetime

Breathtaking scenery
The Otter Trail - the trail of a lifetime

From your first steps to your last, with river crossings, lush forests, sandy beaches and breathtaking vistas, the Otter Trail will change your life.

You've heard about the Big 5. Now meet the Big Seven!

Wildlife safari
You've heard about the Big 5. Now meet the Big Seven!

With two-thirds of our country surrounded by coastline, a trip to South Africa is not complete without seeing Southern Right whales and Great White sharks.

Explore the rugged, intensely beautiful mountain ranges of South Africa

Breathtaking scenery
Explore the rugged, intensely beautiful mountain ranges of South Africa

From the flattest to the tallest to the oldest to prettiest to the most dramatic,South African mountain ranges are astounding.

Mandela Museum in Qunu and Mthatha

Vibrant culture
Mandela Museum in Qunu and Mthatha

Walking in the footsteps of a great man - a remarkable museum dedicated to Madiba

Nelson Mandela Youth & Heritage Centre - Reliving the early years of Nelson Mandela’s life

Vibrant culture

The Bhunga Building - home of the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha

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The Bhunga Building - home of the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha

Built to house the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha, the Bhunga Building hosts a number of exhibitions in its three wings.

Nelson Mandela Burial Site - the final resting place of Nelson Mandela

Vibrant culture
Nelson Mandela Burial Site - the final resting place of Nelson Mandela

For the first time since his death, Nelson Mandela’s gravesite will be open to the public.

Steve Biko Centre, a journey of remembrance and discovery through our struggle history

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Steve Biko Centre, a journey of remembrance and discovery through our struggle history

The Steve Biko Centre is located in Ginsberg, King William's Town in the Eastern Cape, and entrance is free.

Fort Hare was the first university in South Africa to accept black students

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Fort Hare was the first university in South Africa to accept black students

Fort Hare was the first university in South Africa to accept black students.

From marine life to history, discover more at the Port Elizabeth Museum

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From marine life to history, discover more at the Port Elizabeth Museum

From marine life to history, discover more at the Port Elizabeth Museum

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