A place of pristine beaches, world-class cities, majestic mountain ranges and spectacular wilderness.
From the warm Indian Ocean to the chilled Atlantic waters of the Cape; from the stark, arid landscape of the Karoo to the lush bushveld of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa boasts spectacular natural beauty.
Cape Town is undoubtedly a highlight in any visit to South Africa. With her cosmopolitan population, magnificent scenery, adrenalin-pumping activities, colourful history and world-class shopping experiences, Cape Town is an experience not to be missed. Among the list of “must-see” attractions are the V&A Waterfront, a unique and unforgettable shopping and entertainment experience; the Table Mountain Cableway which offers unparalleled vistas of the Cape; the world-famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens; Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in a prison cell; the rugged cliffs of Cape Point and the numerous vineyards which make up the oldest wine making region in the southern hemisphere.
Superb food and wine offerings in Cape Town and the surrounding winelands make South Africa a must-visit for foodies and wine connoisseurs alike. These mouth-watering indulgences in breathtaking surroundings make the perfect ending to an African Safari at one (or two!) of the wonderful Big Five game reserves and national parks. The world-famous Kruger National Park, Madikwe Game Reserve, Nambiti Game Reserve, the game reserves of the Eastern Cape and Garden Route each boast their own wildlife experiences, with lodges to host visitors in absolute luxury.
The dramatic Drakensberg Mountains are the backdrop of the fascinating battlefields of KwaZulu Natal and the home of the proud Zulu people, making this the ultimate culturally rich destination in South Africa. South Africa offers the ultimate family holiday destination, as well as honeymooners, food enthusiasts and thrill-seeking adventure travellers.