South Africa

A LAND OF CONTRAST AND VARIETY

South Africa’s topographical canvas comprises dizzying natural splendor; iconic landmarks, breathtaking coastline, picturesque vineyards and sprawling arid deserts. Alongside its landscapes, visitors are spoilt for choice from cosmopolitan cities with exceptional food and wine, to sophisticated lodges and impressive game viewing. South Africa is a wonderfully varied and exciting destination for both the first time safari goer and the discerning traveller.

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UNPARALLELED GAME VIEWING

Visitors to South Africa are treated to phenomenal game viewing from some of the most luxurious lodges in Africa. Whilst the Kruger National Park has become synonymous with South Africa’s safari identity, it is the exclusivity of locations such as the Sabi Sands and Tswalu Private Game Reserve that has faultlessly pioneered the area’s high standards. The offer of non-malarial safari also makes it a destination ideal for families. Feeling adventurous? Retreat to your private sleep-out for a night under the stars.

CULTURE

STEP BACK IN TIME

In the north east of South Africa lie the dramatic landscapes of Kwa-Zulu Natal that framed the Anglo-Zulu War. Its eclectic scenery of upland savannah, Indian Ocean coastline and visually arresting Drakensberg Mountains resonate as much as its history. Rorke’s Drift, the most famous of South Africa’s battlefields can be explored with some of the finest storytellers in the country.

CULTURE

STEP BACK IN TIME

In the north east of South Africa lie the dramatic landscapes of Kwa-Zulu Natal that framed the Anglo-Zulu War. Its eclectic scenery of upland savannah, Indian Ocean coastline and visually arresting Drakensberg Mountains resonate as much as its history. Rorke’s Drift, the most famous of South Africa’s battlefields can be explored with some of the finest storytellers in the country.

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GASTRONOMIC DELIGHTS & INTOXICATING VIEWS

Cape Town’s neighbouring Winelands is a mecca for the oenophile and undeniably romantic. Visitors unwind and indulge in private wine and chocolate tastings days, explore beautiful gardens and even hot-air balloon ride at sunrise over the picture perfect countryside. Follow the glorious Garden Route to the arid Karoo and encounter pretty coastal towns, leafy vineyards and wild beaches on the way. Experiences here are unexpected and intelligently designed: whale watching (Jun-Nov) is a huge highlight whilst elephant-back safaris, interactions with cheetah and monkey sanctuaries are a big hit with families.

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THE MOTHER CITY

Sprawling beneath Table Mountain’s imposing plateau lies Cape Town, a cosmopolitan hub that is as progressive as it is historical. A host of world-renowned chefs are championing South Africa’s cutting edge cuisine whilst on the fashionable V&A Waterfront, all eyes are fixed on The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAA) which has propelled the city onto the international art scene. Thrill seekers hike up Table Mountain at sunrise for the best views, paraglide off Signal Hill or take to the vast coastline to paddle board or surf.

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