South Africa

South Africa is simply SENSATIONAL!!! The “Rainbow Nation” is situated at the southern tip of Africa and is an incredible Bush and Beach destination.  It is steeped in culture and history South Africa offers every type of traveller life changing experiences.

The private game reserves bordering the Kruger National Park offer some of the best wildlife experiences on the planet.  A true wilderness area that is well managed and hosts some of the best Camps and Lodges in Africa.  The level of luxury and years of fine tuning the guest experience make this region a bucket list destination.  There are a number of other regions that offer exceptional wildlife experiences that also feature in our portfolio.

The Western Cape Region is home to one of the worlds most famous cities, Cape Town.  Surrounded by exquisite wine regions and one of the worlds most scenic coast lines, Cape Town is one of our favourite places.  The Garden route flows into the Eastern Cape which is home to sensational golf courses and a range of Malaria Free safari options.  So, it is no wonder we love South Africa so much.  The Cape region is also a former trading route and the influence is very clear in the broad culinary food options.  Combined with the exceptional wine that comes from South Africa and the first class accomodations on offer, you will be immersed in the whole experience.

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Wildlife and Best Viewing Times

The Big Five call South Africa home as does a wide range of incredible wildlife species. On of the best places to go on Safari in South Africa is in the Kruger National Park or one of the highly awarded Private Game Reserves that border the Park. The Kruger region is extensive and has a wide range of lodges that accomodate every type of traveller, from families, honeymooners, solo travellers and small or large groups. Another great option is the Madikwe Game Reserve.

South Africa is a large country and it is extremely diverse.The dry season in South Africa is from May to October. This is the best time to visit most game parks in the northern part of the country, including Kruger National Park. This encompasses the winter dry period which can be cold at night. Temperatures warm up in September with October becoming hot. In the dry period wildlife frequents waterholes and river banks. The wet season runs from late October to April and is less attractive for wildlife viewing due the abundant water levels and animals dispersing into the thick, rain-fed bushland. This is still a great tie to visit with Cape Town experiencing its best weather of the year. Kruger National park also has phenomenal birdlife and although the bush is thick, wildlife is still seen frequently in the neighbouring Private Game Reserves of the Kruger.

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