Floral displays have started making their appearance in the Northern Cape. Due to delayed winter rainfall in some of the province's regions, however, the flower season (August to mid-September) could extend to October this year.
The flower season is fast approaching so for you to take advantage of all the Northern Cape has to offer this spring, we’ve put together a list of places your can visit to help you plan your trip.
Just because you’re not a super runner who can endure the 200km, five-day Richtersveld Wildrun in June doesn’t mean you can’t have a sneak peak at some of the scenic terrain that the racers will enjoy.
The Northern Cape Tourism Authority has an eye-catching and vibrant stand set-up at INDABA 2016, which kicked off at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (Durban ICC) today.
Stretching across 360 000km2, the Northern Cape boasts remarkable natural beauty, wide-open spaces, a rich cultural history and world-renowned hospitality, which will transform any visit into a dream holiday. The wide array of activities and tourism attractions in the province means the destination appeals to market segments ranging from mature travellers to families, young adventurers and adrenaline junkies.
The Northern Cape province is pulling out all the stops to wow visitors to Africa’s leading travel trade show in Durban from 7 to 9 May. At INDABA 2016, the Northern Cape will showcase not only its exceptional leisure tourism opportunities, but also its burgeoning incentive travel portfolio.
The Northern Cape Province would like to congratulate all the Provincial winners at the third national Lilizela Tourism Awards held at the gala dinner on Thursday night at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.
The Northern Cape is the only region in Africa to be included in the Rough Guides Top 10 Regions to visit in 2016.