South Africa has been described as “A World in One Country” for good reason. It has enormous biological, geographical and cultural diversity; beautiful beaches on the cold Atlantic Ocean and on the warm Indian Ocean, rugged mountains, montane and coastal forest, desert and semi-desert, open grasslands, wetlands and rivers and savannah woodland teeming with wildlife in the Kruger National Park, one of the greatest national parks in the world.
With 19 national parks, countless game reserves, more than 3000 km of coastline, 11 official languages, exceptional wildlife and well-developed infrastructure, South Africa is the ultimate African destination.
Cape Town, with the Table Mountain National Park, spectacular beaches, historical attractions, winelands, Cape Floral Kingdom and exceptional marine wildlife.
The Kruger National Park, with more than 300 bird species, the Big Five and prolific plains game. Private reserves in the Greater Kruger National Park such as the Timbavati and Sabi Sands offer off-road driving, low tourist numbers and an opportunity to spend time with wildlife at close quarters.
The Kalahari Desert with its haunting semi-desert landscapes, desert-adapted wildlife, incredible solitude and the San bushman culture.
Johannesburg’s historic Soweto township and Apartheid museums.
The remote and unspoilt KwaZulu-Natal north coast, with nesting turtles, world-class scuba diving and excellent fishing.Back