In South Africa for South Africans written by Mariëlle Renssen and Hirsh Aronowitz, 23 driving routes of varying distances crisscross the entire country, many of them taking in national or provincial roads. There is plenty to explore across our nine provinces, and the big skies, boundless vistas and hours of sunshine have turned us into an outdoor-focused, activity-loving nation. With each province radically different in terms of biomes, landscape and climate, there is great incentive to slow down your journey and have fun with the family along the way. After all, a long journey is never solely about the destination.
Routes within South Africa for South Africans:
Route 1 Tzaneen to Kruger
Route 2 N2 Cape Town to East London
Route 3 R62: Robertson to Oudtshoorn
Route 4 Calitzdorp to Beaufort West
Route 5 Calvinia to Upington
Route 6 Upington to Thabazimbi
Route 7 Swellendam to Saldanha Bay
Route 8 Swellendam to Calvinia
Route 9 Grahamstown to Uniondale
Route 10 Aliwal North to Underberg
Route 11 Bloemfontein to Harrismith
Route 12 Pietermaritzburg to Harrismith
Route 13 Durban to East London
Route 14 Port Elizabeth to George
Route 15 Swellendam to Gordons Bay
Route 16 Calvinia to Kimberley
Route 17 Johannesburg to Welkom
Route 18 Beaufort West to Vryburg
Route 19 Cape Town to Bloemfontein
Route 20 Bloemfontein to Musina
Route 21 Ceres to Clanwilliam
Route 22 Durban to Mokopane
Route 23 Harrismith to Kosi Bay
The intention of this book is not to focus only on the major tourist attractions that are so familiar to South Africans, but rather to turn away from heavily trodden visitor paths, delving into lesser known, more unusual activities. From hiking, mountain biking and wildlife and bird watching to birding, fishing and beach-combing, this book has some new surprises. Travellers are also invited to explore beyond the usually uninspiring main road that cuts through the little country towns. From quirky farm stalls, small-town museums, monuments and city walks to battlefields, cultural sites and interesting municipal parks, weve got them covered. You might even learn a few things you never knew about your own country
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