5 South African holiday destinations you should visit this summer

Traveling has never been this easy with Afristay. In the spirit of tourism month in September, Afristay is helping you get one step closer to booking your dream holiday!



Traveling has never been this easy with Afristay. In the spirit of tourism month in September,

Afristay is helping you get one step closer to booking your dream holiday!

How, you ask? Afristay is giving away 1000x R300 travel vouchers.

That’s not all… You can also refer 2 or more friends and they will receive a R300 voucher too



In addition to gifting you with vouchers by Afristay, we’ve also taken the liberty to compile a list of five South African holiday destinations that you should visit.


1.) Wild Coast, Eastern Cape


The Wild Coast is approximately 250km of coastline located north of East London in the Eastern Cape. It is also known as ‘the Transkei’ and is notorious for its breathtaking hiking trails, beach horse rides, wakeboarding, waterskiing and segway tours amongst many other fun activities.

What better place to spend your next summer vacation than in a secluded area in nature, far away from the hustle and bustle of city life? Perfect for baecations, girl trips, family vacations and even solocations… why not spend your R300 Afristay voucher in paradise?





2.) Club Mykonos, Langebaan


Greece is a popular tourist destination that has gained notoriety for its beautiful architecture and spectacular views. However, not everyone has the budget required to visit Greece. Not all hope is lost, though. Our solution is to visit Club Mykonos in Langebaan, Western Cape. Experience the Greek island of Mykonos in South Africa at a fraction of the cost.

This family-friendly holiday destination offers an array of entertainment, delicious food, boat rides, fishing and even an unforgettable educational tour that will teach you more about the Indigenous people of South Africa — the San. 

What are you waiting for? Use your R300 Afristay voucher to get you started on planning your ‘Greek’ vacation.




3.) Blyde River Canyon, Mpumalanga


If paradise was a place on earth, it would definitely be the Blyde River Canyon! Amidst the regal Drakensberg Mountains, the Blyde River Canyon is one of the biggest of its kind on earth. It is about 750 metres deep and spans 25 kilometres.

Surrounded by luscious, green vegetation, the fresh air in this area is crisp and clean. The majestic waterfalls and tranquil atmosphere is sure to have you feeling aligned and at peace.

If you are a true nature lover or simply just want to appreciate the wonder of life, you will not regret using your R300 voucher to book an accommodation in paradise on earth.




4.) The Vaal River, Gauteng


Gauteng isn’t usually considered as a holiday destination however, there are quite a few options worth exploring for your next trip. One of them is the Vaal River – perfect for you and your family.

With a range of entertainment and fun activities such as watersports as well as historic sites like the Vredefort Crater (one of the world’s oldest meteor impact sites) and the Sharpeville Human Rights Precinct, you’re sure to have a good time whilst learning more about South Africa.






5.) Madikwe Game Reserve, Limpopo


Conservation areas are a great place to unwind. Being surrounded by nature and animals can bring wonder into life. At Madikwe Game Reserve, you can see the Big 5, 66 large mammal species and about 300 different bird species. Be amazed by the splendour of nature and spend your R300 Afristay voucher here.

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