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Travel in South Africa . . .

Memorable is the word you can use to fittingly describe any South Africa holiday experience and there are many reasons why.

South Africa is well endowed with a wide variety of experiences to explore. From watching the big five in one of the world’s biggest national parks to enjoying a relaxing time at our blue flag beaches. You can choose to sift through our unmatched cultural and wine routes or you can opt to learn a lot through our world heritage sites. You can watch whales doing acrobatics at the world’s whale watching capital or come up close and personal with the great whites or simply take part in any of the endless adrenalin pumping adventure sports that we offer in the air, sea or on land. All this while staying in some of the world class hotels or simply living in our equally comfortable award winning alternative accommodation.

South African National Parks (SANParks) manages 21 conservation areas that showcase the full spectrum of the country's fauna, flora and landscapes. Whether you dream of relaxing in a luxurious 5-star safari lodge or roughing it round a campfire with only the sounds of the bush for company, South Africa's national parks offer every wildlife experience you can imagine…


TABLE MOUNTAIN - No visit to Cape Town is complete without a trip up Table Mountain – home to some of South Africa's most breathtaking views. Take a guided walk on one of the many routes or simply ride the cable car to the top - it will be one of your lasting memories of South Africa.

BEACHES - From KwaZulu-Natal to the Wild Coast, from the Eastern Cape to the West Coast, South Africa boasts more than 3 000km of coastline. Pristine beaches, fishing communities, golf estates, luxury hotels and guest-houses dot the landscape as you explore the marine wonderland that is South Africa.

KRUGER NATIONAL PARK - About the size of Israel, the Kruger Park is the greatest of South Africa's many national parks which attract a great number of visitors. On guided walks, game drives in open vehicles or self-drive - visitors have the best chance of spotting the Big Five (elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo) in this park.




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