12 clever ways to get the most out of SA on your travels in 2016

Cape Town - South Africa is not shy of showing off its beauty, from the mountains to its seas, people to the animals, there is a world of wonder waiting to be explored. 

If you, like everyone else out there, are overwhelmed with choices of where to start and when to end, Traveller24 has put together a fun list of SA destinations suited to the country's monthly themes and public holidays. 

READ: 19 clever ways South Africans can save travel money in 2016

For the summer lovers, SA is blessed with a relatively short winter, making staying out in the sun, hiking and swimming possible almost all year round. 

For the winter babies, the colder months are ideal for blissing out in a natural hot bath, pampering those you love or escaping the cities with your friends. 

READ: Budget Travel: What R100 will get you in these 7 world-class cities

Take a look at these 12 fun adventures... 

1. January - Snorkleling at Sodwana Bay’s Seven Mile reef

2. February - Couple Karma at Thonga Beach Lodge

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3. March - Easter egg hunting along the Garden Route

READ: 9 Secret Beaches along the Garden Route

4. April - Family fun at Sun City 

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5. May - Workers Day rest in The wetlands of the Elephant Coast

READ: Tracking Leatherback turtles along the Elephant Coast

6. June - Coffee Bay for youth month

7. July - Cosy at the Riemvasmaak hot springs

READ: 7 SA family-friendly stays for a relaxing break

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8. August - Woman's month bliss in Ballito

9. September - Darling Flowers in the heart of Spring

10. October - End of year escape at the Valley of Desolation, Camdeboo National Park

READ: 25 reasons why the world wants to visit South Africa

11. November - Having fun over the Magaliesberg in a Hot Air Balloon. 

12. December - Cape Town Beaches for the win

READ: 7 Best Secret Beaches of SA



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