South Africa is known for its beaches Рand its cold water in Cape Town Рbut there are plenty of other places to plunge in. This is only a small collection, but we thought it might get you in the mood.

Arathusa Safari Lodge, Sabi Sand Game Reserve

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Arathusa Safari Lodge. Source: Arathusa.

Sea Point Pavilion Pool, Cape Town

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Source: yazkam.wordpress.com

Mac Mac Pools, Mpumulanga

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Source: portfoliocollection.com.

House Ber, Midrand

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House Ber, designed by Nico van der Meulen. Photo: Barend Roberts.

Amanzimtoti Tidal Pool, KwaZulu-Natal

Source: amapozzi.com
Source: amapozzi.com.

Valley of Waves, Sun City

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Source: Sun City.

African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa, Century City

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Source: African Pride Crystal Towers.

Blue Grotto, Champagne Valley, Drakensberg

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Source: Twitter @dane_forman.

Sandhurst Towers, Johannesburg

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On top of the Sandhurst Towers, design by SAOTA. Source: contemporist.com

Miller’s Point Tidal Pool, Simonstown, Cape Town

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Source: blog.sa-venues.com

Bobbejaansberg, near Barrydale, Klein Karoo

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Private house in Bobbejaansberg. Source: perfecthideaways.co.za

First Crescent, Camps Bay, Cape Town

First Crescent, Camps Bay. Source: travelandtradesouthafrica.com
Private house, First Crescent, Camps Bay. Source: travelandtradesouthafrica.com

One Above Penthouse, Cape Town

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The One Above Penthouse falls under the Royal Portfolio Source: capeconcierge.co.za.

Pezula Clifftop Villa, Knysna

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Source: beautifulknysnavillas.co.za

Dalrymple Pavilion, Johannesburg

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Dalrymple Pavilion, designed by Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens. Source: Pinterest @California Living.