South Africa, often referred to as a “World in one Country” truly deserves this title. Situated at the Southern tip of the African continent, this rainbow nation is as diverse in its history, as it is in its people and cultures, and the magnificent scenery and wildlife that it plays host to. South African safari options offer activities and tours for the widest selection of attractions and interests. It is a year round destination making it the ideal vacation location. This is true for first time visitors, and those returning to taste the African safari wilderness again. Cape Town with its status as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is a highlight on most agendas. Whether purely taking in the city, or combining it with a South African safari at the Kruger National Park or down the Garden Route, you can spend a couple of

days taking in the main attractions, or you can spend weeks indulging in food, scenic beauty, winelands and wildlife. A natural progression from Cape Town and a superb self drive destination, the Garden Route offers everything from African honeymoons to family friendly adventures. This relaxed coastal route is also known for its scenic beauty and moderate climate. Combine with a malaria-free South African safari in the Eastern Cape and you have the chance of catching the Big 5 from your luxury African safari lodge.

The world famous Kruger National Park and surrounding private reserves is South African safari’s premier wildlife viewing destination. A unique Big 5 South African safari experience with a choice of accommodation from all inclusive lodges, to the ultimate in exclusivity and private experiences. And then let’s not forget KwaZulu Natal. With some of South Africa’s best beaches, highest mountains, wildest game reserves, romantic hot spots and colonial history, this is for off the beaten track and adventure enthusiasts. Beautiful scenery & rich wildlife make South African safari tours a wonderful choice.



Sitting at the very tip of Africa, the city of Cape Town is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world - and for good reason! A regular on the ‘Top Destination’ lists of worldwide publications, Cape Town benefits immensely from its prime positioning with beaches, forests, mountain trails, wine farms and nature reserves all just a short drive away. The city itself has a very European feel with plenty of sidewalk cafes and pedestrian friendly walkways. Take in some history at Robben Island or the Distrtict 6 Museum after a morning of shopping at the famous V&A Waterfront, then take a cable car up Table Mountain and watch the sunset over the Atlantic before soaking up the vibrant nightlife in the buzzing city center. Cape Town has it all! Read More


Without question one of the most famous National Parks in the world, the Kruger National Park is the pride of South Africa and her people. Established in 1898 and covering some two million hectares, it is home to over 1000 different species of plant, bird and animal life. Boasting all of the Big Five plus a wide range of other magnificent fauna and flora, the Kruger National Park has become a South African institution. With an abundance of accommodation options – ranging from the ultra rustic to the super luxurious – the Kruger National Park can be made to suit every taste and budget. Read More


One of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world; the Garden Route sits between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, as the warm Indian Ocean waters of the Eastern Cape become the cooler waters of the Atlantic in the Western Cape. With indigenous forests, pristine beaches, award-winning golf courses and quaint seaside towns all along the route, it’s no surprise that the region has become so popular with honeymooners and multi-generational families alike. Whether you’re after the high of adrenaline based activities or prefer sitting back and sipping a cappuccino at a trendy beachside café, the beautiful Garden Route will surpass all your holiday expectations. Read More


A popular choice for families due to the area being completely malaria-free, Madikwe is one of South Africa’s largest game reserves. Lying in the North West Province bordering Botswana, Madikwe is a three-way partnership between the state, local communities and the private sector, and is considered a national leader in private-public partnerships. Home to one of South Africa’s healthiest Wild Dog populations, Madikwe ran the largest game translocation exercise in the world from 1991 – 1997. A mere four-hour drive, or 50 minute flight, from Johannesburg, Madikwe’s luxury lodges are mostly child friendly and have excellent catered activities for the little ones. Read More


The traditional home of the Zulu Kingdom, KwaZulu Natal is the land of incredible Mountain vistas, pristine golden beaches, modern infrastructure and excellent game viewing opportunities. Home of the quintessential ‘bush and beach’ safari, the sunshine province knows no winter and offers pleasantly warm weather throughout the year. The Drakensberg Mountain Range is among the most beautiful places in South Africa, with sweeping snow-capped mountains and cascading waterfalls, while the picturesque area known as the Midlands offers history buffs the chance to take a morning tour of the nationally significant Battlefields before tucking in to a hearty lunch at a traditional Zulu village. Read More


The famed Cape Winelands offers a convergence of fine wining and dining against the backdrop of spectacular natural beauty. The Paarl, Stellenbosch and Franschoek valleys hold their own against some of the most prestigious wine regions from around the world. The Cape Winelands are a mere thirty minutes’ drive away from Cape Town making it well within reach for day trips. However, to become fully immersed in these beautiful historic settings it’s better to stay at one of the many guest houses and boutique hotels which are available. Read More


Johannesburg is a cosmopolitan city and a veritable melting pot of cultures. Dubbed the gateway to Africa, ‘Josi’ is the financial hub of the country with its international OR Thambo airport being the largest in Africa. Soak up some of South Africa’s unique history and garner a true appreciation for the miraculous rainbow nation. There is a wide array of accommodation options with glitzy hotels and spas (including airport hotels for layovers) and plenty of comfortable guesthouse to meet any and all expectations. We have an extensive team of reliable ground handlers to guide you as and when needed. Read More