South Africa

Experience South Africa with its diverse landscapes, enormous beauty, and fascinating cultures. The country caters to all kinds of pleasure seekers, from adrenaline junkies and safari enthusiasts to beach babies and wine connoisseurs. Geared for tourism – with excellent infrastructure and superb facilities, this whole world in one country should be on everyone’s to-visit list.

  • Table Mountain – Cape Town’s premier landmark has been identified as one of the oldest in the world.
  • South Africa’s Western Cape province is home to the longest stretching wine route in the world.
  • The only street in the world to have had two Nobel peace winners reside there is Vilakazi Street in Soweto, Johannesburg. These are Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
  • The highest commercial bungee jump in the world is found in South Africa – the Bloukans bridge is 216 m.


This province of South Africa is home to Cape Town, one of the top 10 most visited cities in the world. From effervescent nightlife to fine dining, Cape Town has it all. Put your hiking boots on and climb Table Mountain before riding the surf in Muizenberg. From the V&A Waterfront, board a ferry and visit the historical Robben Island. Further out from Cape Town, enjoy shark diving near Hermanus or whale spotting in season. Or go wine tasting along the scenic Cape Wine Route. The Garden Route running along the coast towards Port Elizabeth is also a must.


South Africa’s premier National Park. Located in the northeastern part of the country, it is one of Africa’s largest game reserves. Bigger than the whole of England. Its high density of wild animals includes the Big 5: lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and buffalos. Hundreds of other mammals make their home here, as do diverse bird species such as vultures, eagles and storks. Mountains, bush plains and tropical forests are all part of the landscape.


  • BLUE FLAG BEACHES: Celebrate a milestone on one of the sublime beaches on the Indian Ocean coastline. From the postcard-perfect Clifton Beaches in Cape Town to the pristine Dolphin Coast of KwaZulu Natal, you can be sure to enjoy a watery wonderland with exciting possibilities.
  • WINE TASTING: Explore the scenic Route 62, the longest wine route in the world. A highlight for wine connoisseurs, traverse this picturesque part of South Africa, taking in the spectacular vistas of towering cliffs, crystal clear streams and an abundance of trees and indigenous flora.
  • BIG FIVE HOLIDAYS: Spend a couple of days in the heart of the unspoilt wilderness where explosive wildlife encounters are guaranteed. Look out for Africa’s Big 5 and other eclectic wildlife species.
  • THE DRAKENSBERG AND MIDLANDS: Feast your eyes on the breathtaking terrain with verdant indigenous. Go on hiking or horse trails and game viewing safaris. Quench your thirst for culture and history with tours to historical battlefields and Zulu cultural villages.
  • NAMAQUALAND: A semi-arid desert area famous for its vast blue skies and infinite deserts that stretch as far as the eye can see, Namaqualand invites you to witness nature’s great phenomenon. Pick your time perfectly and you will be treated to an enchanting display of millions upon millions of wildflowers bursting into life.

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Explore the famous Kruger National park where world class game viewing and learning more about fascinating habitats is the way to go. You simply have to experience South Africa’s best and oldest park which also offers visitors like you a quality infrastructure of roads, water holes, hides, picnic sites, shops and restaurants.

Welcome to the large and charismatic Western Cape Province, bordered on either side by an ocean. Discover its magnificent mountains and beaches, preserved Fynbos and cultivated wheat fields.Start your holiday in Cape Town: climb Table Mountain, explore Cape Point, walk the beautiful beaches, run mountain trails and watch whales at play.

Discover a unique province of immense natural splendour. Be amazed at the rugged cliffs, rough seas, pristine beaches and dense green bush of the awesome Wild Coast, unmatched anywhere else in South Africa.

The best way to see and explore Madikwe, near the Kruger National Park in South Africa, is to embark on one of many safaris or tours offered by this private game reserve. You can stay in this huge, top class conservation area, or you can combine your Madikwe safari with tours to other game reserves where you can then stay overnight – nothing is impossible.

Sun City Resort is South Africa’s own mini version of Las Vegas. Discover a luxury casino and hotelin the country between the Elands River and Pilanesberg. Visit this world-renowned Kingdom of Pleasure, famous for its luxury hotels, entertainment centers, shops, gaming rooms, restaurants, discos and neatlandscaped grounds.

Black Rhino Game Lodge - Pilansberg National Park - Voyage2Africa

Discover Pilanesberg Game Reserve in an ancient volcanic crater in the North West Province. Fall in love with diverse habitats and ecosystems in this fourth largest national park in South Africa. Explore the fascinating biodiversity of a park situated in an ecologically rich transition zone between the dry Kalahari and the moister Lowveld.


Visit the province with the huge heart. KwaZulu-Natal has something of everything to offer tourists. From the rich visual beauty of its mountains, game reserves and beaches, to its enormous life-giving rivers and fascinating history and culture, this small province is worth every day spent exploring its treasures.

One of Africa’s premium shopping destinations, Johannesburg promises shoppers a choice of locally produced items to designer label pieces. Get out there and find a mall where you can shop ‘til you drop! Explore the huge city on walking and bus tours. Enjoy the thrill of being close to game reserves and wildlife with exclusive safari accommodation.

Garden Route, South Africa is a famous stretch of forested coastline situated on the south-east of the country. Stretching less than 300km from Mossel Bay in the west to just beyond Plettenberg Bay, this itinerary is a sight for sore eyes with its beautiful scenery and an eclectic variety of quaint and awe-inspiring resorts in its side roads.