South Africa

South Africa
  • WINELANDS
  • Kruger NP
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South Africa offers travelers a world of experience. Appealing urban attractions will dazzle the eyes and intrigue the mind. Game viewing in the bush with unbelievable natural beauty and incredible encounters will be an experience of a life-time. The world in one country with majestic mountains, sandy beaches, lush forests, dry savannas, spectacular canyons and flower fields paired with an unique mix of cultures, beautiful architecture, diverse dishes and world-class wines waiting to be explored:

Cape Town combines history, scenery, seascapes and culture in spectacular natural surroundings. With Table Mountain towering high above the town, yet easy accessible. The Cape of Good Hope, a wonderful day outing. V&A Waterfront with shops, crafts, restaurants and many attractions. Robben Island, the island with the sad history, is a boat ride away. An essential stop to comprehend the scope of the anti-apartheid movement and to fully appreciate the life of Nelson Mandela and other freedom activists.

Cape Winelands include quaint and historic towns like Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. Some of the world’s tastiest wines grown in a picture perfect country side. Cape Agulhas is the southernmost point of Africa and the place where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet.

Garden Route and Little Karoo are regions of contrasts. The Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains shadow the coastline known as the Garden Route. The same mountains rob the interior of water and create the arid semi desert of the Karoo and within both areas, travelers find a great variety of landscapes and national parks.

Durban and its coastline offer 320 days of sunshine, the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and golden sandy beaches. Paired with Indian and European heritage and the hospitable Zulu culture it forms a unique place to visit.

Drakensberge and iSimingaliso Wetland park are amazing natural wonders and two world heritage sites in KwaZulu Natal.

Kruger National Park delivers the Africa wildlife tableaux of your dreams. See a zebra at a watering hole, a giraffe so close you can touch it or lion cubs playing in the bush.

Cradle of Human kind is said to be the place from which our prehistoric anestors ventured out to the rest of the world. Just an hour outside from Johannesburg, the place of gold. Soweto Township shows the hardship of life and the heart of South Africa on an organized tour. This is the largest township outside Johannesburg and includes the homes of Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela as well as a stop at the Apartheid Museum.

We look forward to welcoming you to our unique country and introducing you to more wonderful places!

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