South Africa

"The Rainbow Nation" will keep the best travelled individuals entertained and thrilled for months on end and provides an assortment of options for everyone. The planet's third most biologically diverse country, offering some of the most iconic and refined luxury experiences within the most developed and economically stable country in Africa. It boasts endemic species, the planet's richest plant kingdom and one of the world's most fascinating histories.

Since the abolishment of Apartheid, South Africa has become a sought after destination for travel, offering not only breathtaking scenery and wildlife, but a country bursting with cultural diversity. South Africa offers a smooth and efficient travel experience with first world facilities, roads and airports and the most sophisticated accommodation on the continent.

When To Go

South Africa is an all year-round destination with a sub-tropical location. The greater Kruger National Park, also known as the lowveld, has hot and humid summers (Nov – Feb), often serenaded by spectacular afternoon thunderstorms at the start of the rainy season and sunny, mild winters (March – Sept). Cape Town and the surrounding winelands on the other hand is at her best in Summer (Sept – March) whereas winter, which is also the whale season, is cooler with a chance of rain (May – Aug).

What To Do

With her astonishing landscape and warm people, South Africa offers more to her travellers than any other African country and will cater to all interests of those visiting her shores. From the 'Mother City' of Cape Town with it's surrounding winelands and the iconic Table Mountain, to the forests of the Garden Route, from the dry and rugged Karroo to the tropical coastline of northern Kwa-Zulu Natal, not only will South Africa's vista's spoil your senses but the wildlife viewing cannot be beat. South Africa offers the Big 5 in many varied arenas from the famed Kruger National Park to malaria free options, many catering for families travelling with children.