South Africa Safari Attractions

Explore the Kruger National park on a true African adventure safari, Mala Mala game reserve is one of many wonderful south African game lodges for wildlife, relax on a train journey through the Cape's Garden Route or sample the wines on a Stellenbosch Wine estate.

Travel to South Africa is renowned for its wonderful scenery however, few are prepared for the diversity of terrain that ranges from lush, verdant forest to misty mountain ranges, from glorious golden beaches to wildlife-rich bushveld, from arid desert to fertile wine land. Much of South Africa's charm lies in the breathtaking beauty of the its landscape.

The Kruger National Park

Established over a century ago, the Kruger Park and resorts today comprises over 5,5 million acres of game-rich African bush - a wilderness area larger than Massachusetts, Wales or Israel. Taking a wildlife safari through this magnificent park is a life-dream come true.


This city has ultra-modern skyscrapers contrasting with elegant Cape-Dutch farmhouses. Hi-tech agriculture co-exists with basic subsistence farming yet the enlightened democracy that was fought for so hard has brought wealth to many but has not yet solved all of the country's problems.

Cape Town

With dramatic mountains, lovely beaches and the beautiful sweep of the bay it is easy to see why Sir Francis Drake called it "the fairest Cape we saw in the whole circumference of the earth" Take a romantic train journey for a stress-free journey through the diverse South African landscape. Excellent restaurants, beautiful countryside, the internationally renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, great shopping, and fabulous sunsets - Cape Town is a city that has something for everyone.

Western Cape

This region shares many of the Cape Town's traits. Try the aromatically spiced Cape Malay cuisine, admire the beautiful landscape overlooked by soaring mountain peaks and the graceful Cape Dutch style architecture which lends historic and aesthetic interest to many of the old wine estates with Cape Town tours.

The Stellenbosch Wine Region

World renowned wines are produced in this breathtaking area. Visit small, boutique wineries or larger commercial wine estates. Join the winemaker on a tour of his cellar and sample the best the Stellenbosch has to offer. Treat yourself to a luxury accommodation, Stellenbosch has many to offer along the famous Stellenbosch wine route.

Garden Route

This refers to the strip of land between Stilbaai and Port Elizabeth on the south coast. The resorts are perfect for traditional beach holidays, but there's also excellent walking, watersports, old manor houses, arts and crafts, superb golf courses and birdwatching. Between July and October go dolphin and whale watching.







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