South Africa


A continent’s worth of possible holidays in a single country, South Africa redefines diversity. From safaris and hiking to gastronomy and beach escapes, the options are endless.

Cape Town is a natural starting point for any trip but can also be an entire holiday in its own right. Similarly, the Greater Kruger offers some of the highest wildlife densities in Africa, meaning a safari here delivers like nowhere else.

And in between these two extremes of the country, you will find nature reserves, vineyards, boutique properties, hiking trails, coastlines and much more – all waiting to be explored.

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Why South Africa

With such diversity, South Africa can be everything to everyone, making it a fantastically reliable holiday destination. And on top of this, the country is set up to be explored, making it an incredibly easy, hassle-free place to travel around, linking one destination with the next.

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When to Go

Thanks to the country spanning several different climatic zones, South Africa is a true year-round destination. Cape Town is best visited during its summer between November and February, whereas Kruger and the east of the country experience a dry winter between May and September, making for fantastic wildlife viewing.

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Three Places to Visit in South Africa

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Cape Town

This coastal city is packed with vibrant gastronomy, colourful art and rich history. And the towering presence of Table Mountain means stunning views are just a cable car ride away.

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Greater Kruger

Arguably the greatest safari destination in Africa, the Kruger delivers phenomenal wildlife viewing and some of the best guiding around. Lodges abound with an option to suit everyone.

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The Winelands

Within easy reach of Cape Town, these fertile valleys hide beautiful Cape Dutch architecture and endless vineyards. The idyllic surroundings make the local wines taste even better.

Three Things to Do in South Africa

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Drive the Garden Route

Explore this beautiful region on a self-drive adventure, stopping along the way to discover nature reserves, secluded beaches and boutique properties.

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Try Wine Tasting

Sample the best of South Africa wines at one of the many vineyards that do the Cape Winelands. Pinotage is the country’s signature grape so there is no better place to try this.

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Encounter the Big Five

Assisted by one of the country’s highly trained wildlife guides, set out to track down the Big Five within one of the many game reserves or national parks.

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All our holidays are bespoke. Each one is designed with an individual in mind. Planning begins with a conversation, so that we can understand what matters to you on your holiday.

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