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Cool cities, conservation safaris and incredible roadside scenery

From the spirited Cape Town with its spectacular scenery and nearby valleys filled with vineyards, to the Eastern Cape safaris and the world-famous Kruger National Park, South Africa has so much to offer travellers, that you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

Fly into Durban and explore the remote Elephant Coast, with miles of deserted beaches before heading into the historical region of KwaZulu-Natal. 

Our local guides will walk you through some of South Africa’s epic battle spots, including the real story behind the film ‘Zulu’, the towering Mountains of Drakensberg and Giant's Castle Game Reserve - offering mountain ranges that put Cape Town's Table Mountain to shame.

No trip to Africa is complete without seeing the iconic wildlife roaming around the grasslands.

The Kwandwe Game Reserve is 22,000 hectares of understated wilderness with 5-star lodgings nestled into the land and one of the highest land-to-guest ratios in South Africa.

Madikwe Game Reserve is one of the hidden gems of South Africa, with fewer visitors but an impressive array of animals.

Spend a few nights in their luxurious lodges for a romantic escape, with the sounds of nature to keep you company.

Whether you want to self-drive this diverse country or have us tailor your trip to perfection, South Africa is one of the most fascinating countries you will ever explore

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Featured Trips

Start in the cultural capital of Cape Town and drive through vineyards to Franschhoek, sampling some of the best wine on the Garden Route with our Self Drive Honeymoon Itinerary. Our Family Adventure trip offers a similar route but includes ‘Nature’s Valley’; an open-air bird sanctuary and child-friendly activities. Explore the oldest reserve in Africa, the Hluhluwe Game Reserve, on our KwaZulu Natal Safari and Beach itinerary or fly into Durban and explore the breathtaking area of the ‘Mountains of Dragons’ on our Drakensberg Battlefields and Safari tour. 

When To Go

Being such a big country, there is always somewhere in South Africa with sunshine. The seasons are opposite to Europe's, with our winter being their summer, and vice versa. Cape Town has warmer temperatures year round, with Atlantic winds making the vibrant city the perfect getaway anytime of the year.  Their dry winters are the perfect time for safaris’, as animals tend to congregate around watering holes and are easy to spot.

South African summer brings hotter temperatures, humidity and some impressive thunderstorms. The rains tend to last a few hours and are quite predictable so it's still a good time to travel. For a complete month by month guide see our ‘when to travel to South Africa’ article.

 

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Accommodation

Thonga Beach Lodge sits right on the shoreline of Maputaland Coast, a wetland national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The thatched suites come with private plunge pools and are discreetly nestled into the natural forest. Kwandwe Private Game Reserve has five different properties and a private airstrip in its 54,000 acres of wilderness. Choose from Melton Manors' 4 bedrooms with large windows overlooking the remote bushveld, or Ecca Lodge's six generous suites, three of which are dedicated to families. 

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View our luxury travel blogs for South Africa along with travel guides for Cape Town and more.