A world in one country, South Africa has it all! Known for its many various landscapes from desert, to bush, mountains to sea, river to dams and estuaries. To see South Africa well, you will need at least two weeks.
South Africa has 9 provinces and each one is very different. Top tourist attractions are our Garden Route coastline, the world famous Kruger National Park, the nearby private game reserves of the Sabi Sands, and the Timbavati.
Our very green Blyde River Canyon is well know for its waterfalls, or a 5 day hike in the depth of the canyon surrounded by lush vegetation, or a leisurely drive to the many view points along its route.
Cape Town is a destination on its own, offering the World Heritage Sites Table Mountain and Robben Island. Or take a drive out of the city to the Cape of Good Hope part of the Table Mountain National Park, and Boulders Beach to view a colony of African penguins. A short 40 minute out of the city also takes you to some of the most beautiful wine farms in the world, offering some of the most well known wines wines of the world. Our little town of Franschoek, huddled in a protected valley, is the gastronomical capital of South Africa, with excellent restaurants, accommodation and French style wines.
KwaZulu Natal, land of the Zulu people, offers beach, safari and culture in a small area, as well as the most incredible sightings of Leatherback, Loggerhead, Olive Ridley, Green and Hawkbill turtles coming to lay their eggs in our warm beach sands, a night-time safari experience never to be forgotten!