South Africa

With 11 languages, nine provinces and two oceans, South Africa is the epitome of diversity. From Africa’s economic powerhouse Johannesburg to the famous Kruger National Park to the warm Indian Ocean city of Durban to regular tourism award winning Cape Town, South Africa truly offers something for everyone. South Africa is blessed with an incredibly diverse natural environment and counts deserts, mountain rages, forests, savannahs, wetlands and golden beaches amongst its ecological regions. Couple the natural beauty with some of the world’s best golf courses and sporting infrastructure, wining and dining, a thriving cultural scene and you’re truly spoilt for choice.

Some of the many destinations on offer include the cosmopolitan cities of Cape Town; the scenic regions of the Winelands, Hermanus, and the Garden Route; the historical provinces of the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal; and the world-famous game parks of the Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands and Madikwe. The travel network in South Africa is on par with most first world countries, so getting around is quick and easy.

South Africa’s premier hotel, lodge & assorted luxury hospitality offerings are some of the very best in the world. They include the Table Bay Hotel, the Cape Grace, the Mount Nelson Hotel all in Cape Town along with Mala Mala Main Camp, Singita Boulders & Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge in the Kruger National Park & the Westcliff Hotel & Melrose Arch Hotel in Johannesburg.

We live here and we love South Africa. Having travelled extensively around this beautiful and diverse country, we can provide honest, first-hand South African safari & hotel advice. We are proud and confident of what we have to offer anyone who is considering a first time or repeat visit to the Rainbow Nation.

 

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Cape Town

Sitting at the very tip of Africa, the city of Cape Town is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world – and for good reason! A regular on the ‘Top Destination’ lists of worldwide publications, Cape Town benefits immensely from its prime positioning with beaches, forests, mountain trails, wine farms and nature […]

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Kruger National Park

Without question one of the most famous National Parks in the world, the Kruger National Park is the pride of South Africa and her people. Established in 1898 and covering some two million hectares, it is home to over 1000 different species of plant, bird and animal life. Boasting all of the Big Five plus […]

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Garden Route

One of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world; the Garden Route sits between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, as the warm Indian Ocean waters of the Eastern Cape become the cooler waters of the Atlantic in the Western Cape. With indigenous forests, pristine beaches, award-winning golf courses and quaint seaside towns all […]

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Madikwe

A popular choice for families due to the area being completely malaria-free, Madikwe is one of South Africa’s largest game reserves. Lying in the North West Province bordering Botswana, Madikwe is a three-way partnership between the state, local communities and the private sector, and is considered a national leader in private-public partnerships. Home to one […]

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KwaZulu Natal

The traditional home of the Zulu Kingdom, KwaZulu Natal is the land of incredible Mountain vistas, pristine golden beaches, modern infrastructure and excellent game viewing opportunities. Home of the quintessential ‘bush and beach’ safari, the sunshine province knows no winter and offers pleasantly warm weather throughout the year. The Drakensberg Mountain Range is among the […]

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Winelands

With South African wine enjoying a burgeoning reputation internationally, the winelands just outside of Cape Town are welcoming visitors from all around the world. Found just an hour or two outside of Cape Town, the wine farms of Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschoek and the like are flanked by mountains and beautiful countryside. With many farms still […]

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Johannesburg

Originally a small mining town formed at the beginning of South Africa’s gold rush in the 1800’s, Johannesburg is now the economic powerhouse of Africa. Known as the gateway to Africa, the City of Gold buzzes with an exciting entrepreneurial spirit and energy and is currently undergoing something of a cultural renaissance. With inner-city rejuvenation […]

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Luxury Trains

South Africa is in the enviable position of having not one, but two of the most critically acclaimed luxury passenger trains in the world – the regal Rovos Rail and the young maverick, The Blue Train. With a multitude of routes to choose from, you’ll be observing the scenic South African countryside from the luxurious […]

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The Waterberg

The Waterberg district in Limpopo is about an hour’s car ride North West of Johannesburg making it an easy shuttle or self-driving trip away. The area is malaria free and famed for its unique geography, where faults in the tectonic plates have created large imposing hills and mountainous backdrops to extensive savannah vistas. The undulating […]

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