SOUTH AFRICA TOURS
South Africa is a country known for her cultural diversity, natural landscapes, and magnificent wildlife. The safari experience is among the best in Africa and there are a number of sought-after game reserves to choose from.
Whether you prefer beaches or mountains, historical sites or trendy city life, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Kwa Zulu Natal and Cape Town are fantastic starting points for a South African holiday and if time allows, we recommend you incorporate both.
This is a colourful and vibrant destination that often sees travelers returning because there is so much to see and do and it is close to impossible to experience it all in one trip.
Kruger National Park
The Big Five
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SOUTH AFRICA FAQS
When is the best time to visit South Africa?
South Africa is a year-round destination, with each season offering something unique to the curious traveller. High season falls between October and March, bringing warm temperatures and summer rains to most parts of South Africa, while the low season is from April to September and is considered the dry period (and one of the best times to go on safari!)
Which Airport do I fly to when visiting South Africa?
Both Cape Town and Johannesburg International Airport offer direct flights from numerous places around the globe. Choosing which airport to land in will depend largely on where you are going within South Africa. Many travellers will choose to fly into Johannesburg and catch connecting flights to other cities and places from there.
What are the top attractions in South Africa?
The Kruger National Park
The Garden Route
Whale Watching in Hermanus
The Blyde River Canyon
The Cape Winelands
The Cradle of Mankind
The Drakensberg Mountains
What are the top safaris in South Africa?
The Kruger National Park
Sabi Sands Game Reserve
Phinda Private Game Reserve
Shamwari Private Game Reserve
Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve
What is the best way to handle finances in South Africa?
We recommend traveling with credit cards/ debit cards that can be used at ATMS. This is a much better option than traveler’s cheques. Not all banks charge foreign transaction fees but please check with your credit card issuer. Please also advise your bank prior to departure that you will be using your credit cards in South Africa. There will be many opportunities to withdraw cash and this is a better way to manage your money safely rather than travelling with large amounts of cash on hand.
Is South Africa Safe?
As with most places around the world there are always going to be areas that should be avoided. Knowing these hotspots is vital for any travel destination and this is usually avoided by booking your holiday through a trusted tour operator or agent.