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Why go to South Africa

South Africa is truly a world in one country. From grassy plains and bushveld teeming with elephant and lion, to soaring snow capped peaks of the Drakensburg; there is the floral kingdom and the pristine beaches of the Garden Route and then on to the Cape – home to penguins and seals, Robben Island and world Class wines. There is adventure and culture, solitude and frenzy; wild animal and friendly people; this is truly a land of great and immense beauty.


Where to go in South Africa 

 Kruger National Park

This incredible park that was started in 1898 and boasts 2 million hectares is without a doubt, one of South Africa’s greatest attractions. It is unrivalled in its diversity of animals and is a leader in its environmental policies. The park has an impressive array on offer: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals. With its population of over 11000 elephant, 150 000 Impala, 7000 rhino and over 17 000 Zebra, you will not leave this incredible park without having seen an abundance of wildlife.

Kwa Zulu-Natal

Warm beaches and towering mountain peaks. Rock art and mountain climbing, Diving and fishing, hikes and waterfalls, battlefields and beaches. Natal truly has something for everyone. The elephant coast is home to the Hluhluwe – Imfolozi Game reserve is on of the oldest and home of the White Rhino where it was brought back from extinction.


Visit Isandlwana, Rorkes Drit, Spioenkop and Blood River. Kwazulu-Natal has seen some of the fiercest battles and you can visit the area and its 14 historical towns and surrounds.


Wetland Park: This UNESCO world heritage site is also a divers paradise. The area boasts sand dunes, beaches, mangrove swamps and wetlands, Coral reefs and lakes, woodlands and grasslands and beautiful grasslands. This is also home to one of the world’s great turtle hatcheries.

Cape Town

Also known as the Mother City, this vibrant city has so much to offer. There is an incredible nightlife and shops galore. There are art galleries, museums and social cafes, nightclubs and cuisine to die for. With all of this, just minutes away there is also peace and tranquility. You Can climb table mountain or take the cable car. There is shark cage diving and Robben Island; penguins and the peninsula, winelands and District Six; crafts and curios, art and museums; sky diving and boat trips. There is something for everyone.

Garden Route

Stretching from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth this floral kingdom is great for those that only have a week. The flora is magnificent and boasts almost 300 species of bird life in a variety of habitats from fynbos, to forests to wetlands. There is shark cage diving and elephant parks, aloe factories and oysters. There are ostrich farms and Cango Caves and wherever you go there are beautiful vistas and warm people.


When to go to South Africa

South Africa has two different regions and two different rainfall patterns. In the Cape the Winter months of June, July and August are the rainy season whereas the rest of the country has summer rains. The best would be to determine what you would like to see. June, July and August would be the best time for the game reserve as the dry weather brings all the animals down to the waterholes. But you would not miss out if you came in September and October as this is when all the animals drop their young.

Many flock to the Cape during its warm summer months, but to visit this area in winter is also not a bad thing – there is something quite pleasing about warm fires, good wines and great food I the winter too. There are certain things that can only be experienced at certain times, such as the sardine run which attracts great sharks and whales and that is in May – July.

Namaqualand and its flower display is September and October. Hiking trails and walks would be September and October too. Whichever time you come, South Africa will not disappoint in any way.

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Most Popular Tours In South Africa

11 Day Johannesburg to Victoria Falls Family Friendly Camping Adventure

1 week +
Heading to South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park, where we go in search of the “big five” before crossing into Zimbabwe to explore the Great Zimbabwe ruins – once an ancient ‘city’ in southern Africa. At the Antelope Park there are many opportunities to get up close to wildlife and even walk with a lion cub, while the Matobo National Park is a haven for rhino and rich in ancient San rock paintings. We end our adventure at the mighty Victoria Falls.
  • Starts: Johannesburg
  • Ends: Victoria Falls
  • Group Size: Max 30
  • Local Payment: USD 365
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From ZAR 7,900 pps and Local Payment USD 470 pp

12 Day Namibia Camping Adventure

1 Week +
The very best of Namibia. The Namib and its Dunes, Etosha and its Wildlife and the incredible red ochre of the Himba people. This also has the wide open spaces of the desert, the Rock formations of the Damaraland and the sea and adventure of Swakopmund.
  • Starts: Cape Town
  • Ends: Windhoek
  • Group Size: Max 24
  • Local Payment: N/A
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2017 Rates from ZAR 12,950 pps and Activity Package ZAR 880 pp & 2018 Rates from ZAR 15,550 pps and Activity Package ZAR 890 pp

16 Days Botswana Overland Wildlife Accommodated Safari Tour

16 days
This tour will take you through the vast Kalahari where you will walk with the local Bushmen people, then to the north - into the magnificent Okavango Delta where you will travel by boat and in dugout canoes (mekoro) with local Bayei tribes people to your private Island in the heart of this unique natural wonderland – home also to a multitude of Africa’s Fauna and Flora. We then explore the renowned National Parks in fully equipped open 4x4 vehicles. We will spend a night under the stars in the vast Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, will enjoy a game viewing boat cruise on the mighty Chobe River, and finally, will visit “The Smoke that Thunders” - Victoria Falls. You may opt to then fly out from Victoria Falls or enjoy the journey back to Johannesburg traveling south overland. These tours offer the adventure traveller, photographer, birdwatcher and naturalist the ultimate natural paradise.  
  • Duration: 16 Days
  • Starts: Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Ends:Victoria Falls (Botswana) or Johannesburg (South Africa)
  • Group Size: Max 12
  • Rates: ZAR 35,595 per person
  • Rates: From EUR 2,695
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2017 Rate from EUR 2,695 pps & 2018 rate from EUR 2,695 pps

4 Day Sabi Sand Luxury Accommodated Safari

- 1 week
Located high on a ridge, the camp overlooks the Sand River like a stylish matriarch gazing down upon the landscape. The manicured grounds carve out a soft and cultured niche in the wild and tumbling bush. Enjoy the ritual of afternoon tea served on the spacious veranda or rolling lawn, perhaps in the company of a wild but friendly visitor or two. Leisure hours can be spent by the pool admiring the bush landscape and enjoying a special wildlife sighting in the river valley.
  • Starts: Johannesburg
  • Ends:Johannesburg
  • Group Size: Min 2 Max 6
  • Local Payment:N/A
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From ZAR 8,477 pps per night (please note that price varies per month of travel)

6 Days Garden Route and Addo Elephant Adventure Tour

6 days
Our group Adventure Tour is a safe and affordable way to explore the Western Cape, Little Karoo, Addo Elephant National Park and Route 62. The tour has a good mix of nature, culture and adventure, so you can experience the best of the Garden Route has to offer.
  • Starts: Cape Town
  • Ends:Cape Town
  • Group Size: Max 1
  • Local Payment:N/A
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ZAR 6,490 per person

6 Day Kruger Park Accommodated Safari

- 1 week
The Kruger National Park holds many secrets and our 6 Day Kruger Park Safari will allow you to discover some more of them. We are always on the look-out for extraordinary sightings, not only of the Big 5, but also many other animals such as zebra, giraffe,warthog, hyena and many more!
  • Starts: Johannesburg
  • Ends: Johannesburg
  • Group Size: Min 1
  • Local Payment: N/A
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From ZAR 11,550pp (excluding shuttle transfer of ZAR 1,280 pp)