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South Africa is dotted with beautiful cities for visitors to explore but not all are well known, so we recommend not only checking out Cape Town and Johannesburg but also including visits to exclusive locations like Durban with its warm water surfing or cool Stellenbosch surrounded by beautiful vineyards. We’ve found some comfortable cheap South Africa hotels that will get you close to the action in these delightful cities.

Cape Town 


Bordered by majestic mountains, haunting deserts and glittering seas, Cape Town is a vibrant city with all the components of a most excellent adventure. Swim with the sharks in offshore cages or repel down Table Mountain for magnificent views of the cosmopolitan city and harbour below.  If you’re after a cheap hotel in Cape Town, we recommend you stay at Pepper Club Luxury Hotel and Spa which has been awarded “Best Luxury Hotel in South Africa” by CNN Traveller.

Durban hugs the coastline of a sunny bay with waters so warm that “buff surfing” is the norm since wet suits aren’t required.  The special flavour of this thriving port city comes from the huge Spice Market where you can work up a good appetite for the unique fare offered in the surrounding restaurants that symbolize this city’s multicultural attitude.

Sports fans, power shoppers, music lovers and party people all think they‘ve found paradise in the sparkling city of Johannesburg. From the thrilling rollercoaster’s at Golden Reef City to the peaceful tranquillity of the highly acclaimed Johannesburg Zoo, visitors find their most treasured vacation dreams realized without ever leaving this lavish city.

These South African cities are even more fun when you find a cheap hotel on AnyTrip that offers not only comfy quarters but friendly advice on nearby must-see attractions. 


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