South Africa


South Africa is a country that  boasts a rich cultural history, incredible scenary and unbelievable game viewing.

Kruger Park - The Word Famous Kruger National Park where you can see and experience the Wildlife of South Africa first hand.

Cape Town  one of the South Africas most picturesque cities and home to the well known and magnificent Table Mountain. But that is not all that Cape Town has to offer. There is also The Garden Route (famous for whale watching) and of course the Cape-Winelands where you can enjoy a taste of South Africa.

Johannebsurg most popular starting point for visiting South Africa, but it does not just have to be a starting point. Home to a lot of historical and cultural historical sites and muzeums.

KwaZulu Natal offers a myriad of activities and areas to visit, from the Wild Coast that offers isolated beaches, spectacular coastlines, rural villages and family seaside resorts, while inland you can find the Drakensburg Mountains and the battlefield sites which lay testament to the Anglo Boer War. A visit to this area is truly worthwhile.


Take your time to browse the below information just some of the options you have when planning a visit to South Africa, each being unique in what they offer - We can tailor make the itinerary to suite your interests and make sure that your visit to our beautifull country will be and unforgettable one.

 

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Johannesburg

The beating heart of South Africa - Johannesburg is a multi cultural city where the variety and mix of people is just as varied as the activities and accommodation.  Whether you travel for business or pleasure Johannesburg offers an amazing variety of experiences. Take a tour into the past by joining a Soweto Tour or stay in one of the luxurious hotels, Boutique bed and breakfasts or even enjoy a trip to the countryside to view game and enjoy a hot air balloon ride.

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Pretoria

Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa and offers visitors a wide variety of picturesque accommodation in a city that is close to Johannesburg (70km) offering many activities and cultural experiences.  Here you can visit Church Square, the Union Bulidings, Zoological gardens, diamond mines as well as many local world class restaurants.

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Pilansberg National Park

Situated in the North West Province of South Africa the Pilansberg National Park is the closest National Park to Johannesburg or Pretoria.  The Pilansberg is situated in the crater of an extinct volcano and covers an area of 55 000 hectares making it the fourth largest park in South Africa. There is a wide variety of habitats within the Pilansberg - from Rocky outcrops to grasslands, woodlands and thickets and within these biomes you will be able to search out the big five.  Whether you decide to enjoy the park by camping, slef catering or enjoying any of the 3 - 5 star lodges, the Pilansberg offers accommodation to suite every budget.

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The Northern Cape

The Northern Cape is a huge stretch of semi-desert land and is famous for its Bushman Rock Art, Diamond mines, 4x4 safaris and wonderful National Parks. It is a huge area and stretches more than 900 km from the capital of Kimberly in the East to the border of Springbok in the West.  It is the most arid part of South Africa and is extremely dry which allows makes it home to many varied and unusual fauna including Springbok and Oryx.

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The Western Cape

Home to the famous Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope, the Western Cape is one of the worlds most sought after destinations and offers visitors a wealth of accommodation and activities. In Cape Town you can enjoy a variety of beaches, fantastic wine farms, historical outings, great white shark diving and much more.  There is a huge amount to see and do, all you need to do is tell us what you expect from your trip to this gorgeous area and we will tailor make your dream vacation.

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The Eastern Cape

The Eastern Cape is the home to the Garden Route, Addo Elephant National Park, sections of the Wildcoast and wonderful Xhosa people. This area is one of the few in the country where you can combine a visit to beautiful beaches as well as fantastic game lodges.  The game lodges available in the Eastern Cape are completely unique as you can view the Big 7 -  Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo, Great White Shark and Humpback Whale and if it is adventure you seek you could visit the local towns or bungee jump off a 216m bridge - the Eastern Cape is bound to fulfil your wildest expectations of the region.

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Durban

The home of South Africa\'s busiest sea port, Durban is the city that never sleeps.  Whether you visit for business or pleasure; there is a huge amount to experience, including uShaka Marine World, Wilsons Warf, Fantastic beaches and wonderful day tours to local places of interest. Take advantage of the shopping centres, markets and beachfront stalls or relax in an environment of tranquillity in the national parks or botanical gardens.

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Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve

Hluhluwe Imfolozi National Park is the oldest game reserve in Africa and is home to the big five as well as a huge variety of Flora and Fauna.  Hluhluwe Imfolozi offers accommodation to suite all budgets including camping, self-catering and 3 - 5 star lodes. The Hluhluwe River Flood Plain is one of the only areas in the whole of South Africa where Yellow throated, Pink throated and Orange throated Long claw bird species can be seen together and this natural world can be enjoyed by self driving the park (4x4 Recommended), booking game drives or boat cruises as well as guided walks. 

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Pongola

The jewel of Kwazulu Natal, Pongola is a fisherman\\'s paradise.  Here you can enjoy beautiful views of the local game reserves by experiencing game drives or sunset cruises or for those seeking some excitement you can go after the Tiger Fish on a full or half day Tiger Fishing Safari (Available at most lodges).  Serious fisherman are able to bring their own boats and traverse the river and dam at leisure - The choice is completely yours. Pongola is the perfect destination to visit for those seeking to relax and enjoy game viewing and bird watching. Whether you visit Pongola as a stopover destination on your way to Mozambique or Kruger we recommend a minimum of two - three nights at your choice of accommodation.

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The Drakensberg

The Drakensburg is a beautiful amphitheatre of mountains and forms the border between Kwazulu Natal and Lesotho. This spectacular area of South Africa is one of the most picturesque,  with the mountain caps often being covered in snow during the winter months turning it into a photographers paradise.  The Drakensburg offers accommodation in the form of camping, country lodges and hotels and is popular with trout fisherman, hikers, rock climbers and those for after a family vacation who can enjoy one of the many family resorts available which offer activities such as tennis, squash, golf, volleyball, horseridingand putt putt.

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Hazyview

Situated in the Mpumalanga province only a stones throw away from The Kruger National Park, Hazyview is a small town renown for its banana farming, fantastic hospitality and private game farms. Hazyview is a fantastic destination for those after a cultural experience coupled with game viewing and other activities. Hot air ballooning, Hiking trails, curio shopping and enjoying the local cuisine by visiting one of the many pubs and restaurants are just some of the activities available.  Hazyview is a must to visit and experience.

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The Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is South Africa\\'s most famous National Park and for good reason.  This park covers nearly 2 million kilometres (roughly the size of Whales) and is home to a variety of amazing fauna and flora.  This is the prefect destination for anyone seeking a bush experience and the park offers a wide variety of accommodation - from camping to the fantastic rest camps, bushveld camps and 5 star lodges. Activities available include self drive safaris, 4x4 game drives, big five walks and even private 4x4 trails or you can relax at one of the many restaurants or rest camps available in the park.

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Dullstroom

Dullstroom means "the place of prosperity" and this quaint little town is a must visit for those seeking to relax or to enjoy Trout fishing.  Dullstroom is situated on the panoramic route and is halfway between Johannesburg and The Kruger National Park making it the perfect stopover for guests making their way up to the Mpumalanga province.  Dullstroom is characterised by clear streams, lakes and breathtaking scenery and you can enjoy trout fishing in one of the well-stocked dams in the area as well as scenic hikes, horse riding trails and picnic spots set beside beautiful waterfalls.

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The Cape West Coast

What is still an almost undiscovered treasure trove of unspoilt beaches, incredible mountain ranges, rich geographical diversity, and the most astounding carpet of wild flowers in spring, has evolved into a major holiday route out of Cape Town along Route 27. The Cape West Coast stretches from Cape Town as far as the border with the Northern Cape at Touws River, including within its parameters the indescribably beautiful Cederberg Mountains, famous for centuries-old rock art. All along this stretch of coastline is a series of quaint historic towns and fishing villages with names like Lambert’s Bay, Paternoster, Saldanha and Langebaan that today roll with ease off the tongue, but until fairly recently were left to languor in relative obscurity.

   

The Waterberg

Situated in the magnificent Waterberg Mountain Range of Limpopo, the Waterberg District is the ideal getaway where the weary traveller can relax and revel in the great natural beauty of the bushveld savannah and its rich wildlife heritage. The Waterberg Mountains stretch along more than 5 000 km² of spectacular vistas and scenic valleys - the ideal destination off the beaten tourism track. The Waterberg is steeped in a history and some artefacts found here date back to Stone Age times. The area is a mosaic of culture and tradition as is reflected by the different rural tribes such as the Bapedi, Tswana and Basotho, while the Voortrekkers also left their distinctive mark on the area.

   

 

 

 
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