South Africa

Set at the southern tip of Africa, South Africa is one of the most enchanting countries in the world. Each province has unique scenery, attractions and culture, and offers experiences which will stick in traveler’s memories forever. This country has piqued the interest of travellers ever since the first european seafarer’s passed by the Cape of Good Hope on their way to find the East. From the Fairest Cape to the Kruger National Park, the Drakensberg Mountains to the Wild Coast, there is something for everyone.

The warmest time to go to South Africa is during the hot, sunny summer months (October to April) when visitors can take full advantage of the country’s many stunning beaches and coastline, plus enjoy the warmth of the inland areas too. For those from cold countries though, South africa’s mediterranean climate is pretty mild, so visiting during SA’s “winter” months (May to September) is still quite an appealing prospect.

Cape Town
The City of Cape Town, set at the southern tip of Africa and nestled under the iconic Table Mountain, is a fabulous city to visit. World renowned for its spectacular beauty, cosmopolitan vibe, superb beaches, cultural tapestry and more, Cape Town has it all. It is a must visit destination for any traveler to South Africa.
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Kruger National Park is the largest Game Reserve in South Africa and one of Africa’s most famous tourist destinations. Safari options in the Greater Kruger National Park are abundant. There is so much choice, including various private game reserves on the western edge of the reserve. Sabi Sand, Timbavati, Klaserie to name but a few.
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A prime safari destination, Madikwe covers 75000 hectares of pristine bushveld and is home to the Big Five. Legendary for its wild dog sightings, impressive scenery, great lodges and more, Madikwe is fast becoming known as one of the best safari destinations in South Africa.
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The Eastern Cape has a lot to offer – from the superb coastline (including The Wild Coast) to Big Five Safaris inland, from historical Grahamstown to modern Port Elizabeth. The Eastern Cape takes travellers on a journey through untamed wilderness, with incredible views of the coastline and stunning hills and valleys. Many Safari options are in the area.
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One of the world’s greatest deserts, the Kalahari extends as far south as the Northern Cape in South Africa. For those looking for something different on their second time around safari, the Kalahari is fascinating. Tswalu for example, offers incredible safaris, not Big Five, but Funky Five, and more. If you want to see an aardvark, a pangolin, meerkats, roan antelope or a tsessebe, this is the place. Oh and you might also see a Black Rhino and a Kalahari Lion or two.
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The Winelands
The fertile green valleys and proud mountain ranges of the Cape Winelands are home to some of the best wine estates in the country. Legendary villages like Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl are home to a multitude of fine wineries and excellent restaurants. Steeped in history, they are quite fascinating to visit. Visitors can easily spend a few days exploring the various wine routes in the area and the many other activities available.
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Garden Route
A trip along the beautiful Garden Route is a very popular choice with visitors to the Western Cape region. The Garden Route, set on the stunning coastline between Mossel Bay and Tsitsikamma, including well known towns of Knysna and Plettenberg Bay, is a pleasure to visit. Highlights are: Knysna Lagoon, Keurbooms River, Robberg Beach and Peninsula, the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, Knysna Forest and the list goes on.
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