Places To Go In South Africa

Kruger Park Area
The Kruger Park area encompasses part of two South African provinces, Mpumalanga and Limpopo. To the south is the tiny independent kingdom of Swaziland.  It’s an area of mountains, panoramic passes, valleys, rivers, waterfalls and forests. This is Big Game country, the setting for dozens...
Kruger National Park
Kruger Park was established in 1898 and is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It extends...
Sabi Sand
Sabi Sand is South Africa’s premier ‘Big Five’ game reserve. It is the place to...
The Lowveld
Blyde River Canyon, Bourkes Luck Potholes, The Three Rondavels, Mac Mac Falls, Long Tom Pass,...
Timbavati
Timbavati Game Reserve in Limpopo province, north of the Sabi Sand, was formed 50 years ago when...
Eastern Cape Safari
Big game, once driven out by settler farmers, has returned to the east of South Africa providing...
Madikwe
Madikwe is a malaria free safari park close to South Africa’s border with  Botswana,...
Waterberg
The beautiful Waterberg mountains and Welgevonden Game Reserve are just three hours drive north of...
Cape Town
With Table Mountain at its heart and ocean all around, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  Wherever you are, the rugged beauty of the mountain dominates the landscape. There is so much to do on a Cape Town holiday - Cape Town has five of the most visited tourist...
The Garden Route
Listed by many as one of the worlds best drives, a luxury holiday to South Africa's Garden Route takes you to points from George through to Port Elizabeth and we recommend a 3 or 4 day road trip, which should provide you with a superb few days. The mountains sweep down to the Indian Ocean...
Knysna
Located on a tidal lagoon, Knysna (the ‘k’ is silent) is now one of the main hubs of...
Oudtshoorn
There are many reasons to overnight in Oudtshoorn. If you are travelling along Route 62, the scenic...
Plettenberg Bay
Plettenberg Bay, or ‘Plett’ as it is known, at the centre of the Garden Route, is South...
Tsitsikamma
East of Plettenberg Bay, you enter the indigenous Tsitsikamma Forest, a wonderland of giant...
Whales & Winelands
The scenic landscapes of the Winelands are a short drive from Cape Town. They can be explored on a day out, taking lunch at one of the famous wine estates; but many people prefer to savour the experience and prolong their stay. Alternatively, drive about 90 minutes to the east of Cape...
Franschhoek
Franschhoek is a village in valley surrounded by mountains on three sides, with vineyards down...
Montagu & Swellendam
Montagu and Swellendam are historic towns to the east of the winelands in an area known as the...
Paarl
As a village, Paarl is the least picturesque of the three.  Occupying an important trade route...
Stellenbosch
Stellenbosch looks like a perfect replica of a 17th century Cape Dutch town, but in fact it’s...
The Whale Route
The small fishing village of Hermanus, two hours east of Cape Town, is one of the most accessible...
Eastern Cape
Beyond the Garden Route is the Eastern Cape, South Africa’s second-largest province. Vast white beaches, immense sand dunes, majestic mountains, forests, rolling pastures, river gorges, game reserves, peaceful country towns, cathedral cities, charming seaside resorts, universities, Xhosa...
Johannesberg
No city has confounded its critics and doom sayers more than Johannesburg. After years of stagnation, the city centre is now a focus for urban regeneration and is experiencing something of a property boom as abandoned warehouses are converted for loft-style living.The main tourist centre is the...
Swaziland
Travelling south from Kruger to Kwazulu Natal you pass through scenic Swaziland, a tiny, landlocked kingdom surrounded by mountains, and on three sides by South Africa. To drive through takes about eight hours. We recommend a night or two to take in the arts and crafts of the Swazi people, and for...
KwaZulu Natal
Few regions of the world can match the extraordinary beauty and diversity of this province of South Africa. From the Drakensberg mountains, to the unspoiled Indian Ocean beaches, from coral reefs to golf courses, from craft shops to spice markets, rhinos to whales, battlefields to beaches, KwaZulu...
Drakensberg & Midlands
This beautiful area of KwaZulu Natal has been a favourite holiday destination for South Africans...
Durban Coast
Durban, South Africa’s third city, is a lively place that has much to commend it to the...
Greater St Lucia
In the 1990s a plan to strip mine the coastal sand dunes for titanium was finally laid to rest....
Kwazulu Natal Safari
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park is South Africa’s oldest wildlife reserve and the jewel in KwaZulu...
Maputaland
Maputaland, in the north-eastern corner of KwaZulu Natal, is an unspoiled, authentic South African...
Zululand & the Battlefields
The road from Empangeni on the coast up into the hills is very beautiful. It winds through sugar...
Northern Cape
The Northern Cape is South Africa’s most western semi desert area bordering Namibia and Botswana. When driving south-west from Johannesburg, the Northern Cape starts once you reach Kuruman. This is home of the The Eye – the biggest natural fountain in the southern hemisphere. This area...
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