SOME OF SOUTH AFRICA'S FAVORITE DESTINATIONS
Even though virtually every tour we put together for our customers is unique, there are some of South Africa’s ‘must see’ attractions that often feature.
Since pictures speak louder than words, below a photographic overview of some of the popular areas and attractions that
you could opt for when we assist you in putting together your
The Western Cape has something to offer for everyone, a few possible things to visit could be the world-famous Table Mountain, the plentiful wine farms in the Cape Winelands or the annual return of the Southern Right Whales to Hermanus in order to give birth to their young. There are plenty amazing golf courses to choose from and the Cape Winelands are home to some of the best restaurants in
SOUTH AFRICAN SAFARI
South Africa is home to multiple national parks and game reserves, many of which are home to the Big Five. A few examples are the famous Kruger National Park, Hluhluwe Imfolozi, Addo Elephant Park and of course Sabi Sands, a private game reserve next to Kruger Park. Take the time to visit one or more of these parks and experience personally how humbling it is to be visiting the home of some of the most beautiful, majestic, elegant and impressive animals!
The Garden Route is a highlight that appears on most peoples’ wish list. It runs from Mossel Bay in the Southern Cape to Storms River in the Eastern Cape .The name derives from the variety in vegetation as well as the numerous forests, beaches, lagoons and lakes that are dotted along the coast. While the Garden Route road is extremely scenic, it is the hidden destinations on its side roads that are the secret of this region!
KWAZULU NATAL & SWAZILAND
KwaZulu-Natal is a coastal South African province, and is known for its beaches, mountains and game reserves. The Saint Lucia Estuary is home to lots of crocodiles and hippos, definitely worth a look! From KZN it is an easy border crossing into Swaziland, the smallest country in the southern hemisphere, where culture and heritage are deeply engrained in all aspects of daily Swazi life.