WHERE TWO OCEANS MEET
South Africa is a top safari destination with a mix of traditional safari activities, modern developed cities and activities that can be combined to make a wide diversity of trips to suit all interests.
International flights into Johannesburg and internal connecting flights are plentiful and convenient. It is also the gateway to other southern African destinations so it can often be combined with somewhere else quite easily, for example Victoria Falls, Botswana, Mozambique or Namibia. For those coming from the Northern hemisphere it is a long way to travel compared with East Africa – so that’s something to bear in mind.
The climate is dryer than the more tropical East African region and has a marked seasonal difference between winter and summer.
The East and West coasts have different climates depending on which ocean they are washed by. While Cape Town in the west might be cold, grey and stormy, Durban in the east may be hot and ideal for a beach holiday.
Kruger National park: the largest and oldest game reserve in South Africa- world renowned for its diversity and density of wildlife. The park encompasses a variety of landscapes and ecosystems.
Cape Town A stunning, modern city with beaches, mountains, wildlife and plenty of activities to suit a range of ages and palates.
Table Mountain the iconic mountain top is easily reached by cableway enjoy stunning bird’s eye views of Robbin Island, the city of Cape town and the Atlantic seaboard.
Robin Island A Unesco World Heritage site is preserved as a memorial to Nelson Mandela
Stellenbosh The city of Oaks- an charming, historical town renowned for its vineyards and world famous wines, Stellenbosh sits on the banks of the fertile Eerste River encircled by picturesque mountains.
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