V&A Waterfront in Cape Town
Knysna Waterfront Quays - The Harbour
Arial view from Table Mountain - Cape Town
South Africa offers a range of accommodation
options to suit every budget and style. From luxury 5 star hotels, small hotels & inns, game lodges, tented safari camps, guest houses, bed & breakfasts and self catering accommodation can all be found.
When travelling for consecutive days, booking a safari experience to see the best of everything there is to offer. Tailor made packages can be put together to ensure the most authentic local experiences.
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Travelling to South Africa is not only a very good choice, but also because South Africa
is a country on the southernmost tip of Africa.
Kruger National Park
is one of Africa's largest game reserves and is mostly populated by big game including the Big 5, making this reserve a great inland safari experience.
The Garden Route offers us a 300 kilometer stretch of forests and lagoons and lies between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. Driving along the Garden Route provides the opportunity to see nature as it's best making it a great holiday destination.
Cape Town is the capital of the Western Cape which features the iconic Table Mountain. It's name derives from the "flat" peak to appear similar to that of a table, instead of a rounded shape compared to normal mountains. A few kilometres from Cape Town's shores lay Robben Island
. This little island too has a rich history, non more famous that when the great Nelson Mandela served most of his prison sentence there. It is however not used as a prison any longer, but a national museum and can be reached by ferry from the V&A Waterfront and is open to visitors daily.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve
will make travelling worth the while. Home to white rhino and black rhino, giraffe, lion and many more big game species, making this a very popular safari destination situated on the northeast side of Durban, KwaZulu Natal.