Chobe National Park, in the northeast of Botswana, is the country’s second largest national park and is blessed with one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. With an elephant population numbering close to 30 000, nowhere else in Africa has more of the iconic animal and you are all but guaranteed some amazing elephant sightings. Chobe is also the scene of the annual zebra migration - a truly moving spectacle to witness - which brings the whole park to life. Nearby to both the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls, a visit to Chobe National Park works well when combined with the two and is sure to provide a truly memorable safari experience.
5-Star luxury tucked away in the heart of the Cape Winelands - that’s what you can expect when you pay a visit to the immaculately refurbished Leeu Estates. This exclusive resort, located in the historic Franschhoek valley, overlooks vineyards, indigenous Fynbos and dramatic mountains. Leeu Estates is the perfect place to pause between your busy sightseeing days in Cape Town and your exciting time on safari.
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aerial view looking north-east towards Cape Town .
Nicknamed ‘The Rainbow Nation’ for its ethnic diversity, the country with 11 official languages seemingly has nearly as many mother tongues as it does ecological zones. With developed cities, two oceans, mountain ranges, savannas, deserts and forests all within its borders, it really is the world in one country. Highlights include the famous Kruger National Park, the picturesque Garden Route, Table Mountain and the city of Cape Town, The Drakensberg Mountain Range and the City of Gold, Johannesburg. With golden beaches, abundant wildlife and everything in-between, South Africa is the perfect African safari destination.