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Luxury South Africa Holidays
From incredible wildlife watching to scenic wonders, cultural experiences, and thousands of kilometers of unspoiled coastline, South Africa really does have it all. Divided into nine provinces this diverse country is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Swaziland, and surrounds the tiny nation of Lesotho, making it the perfect jumping-off point for further excursions into Africa.
Begin your travels in cosmopolitan Cape Town. Discover the thriving food scene, try thrill-seeking pastimes like abseiling Table Mountain, or learn about the city’s struggle for freedom with a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Robben Island, where former President Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years.
A one-hour drive from Cape Town you’ll find the Winelands – including Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson, and Wellington. Exploring centuries-old vineyards and taste from the cellar doors scattered throughout this region.
Heading east, self-drive down the Garden Route – stretching along coastal roads from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Time your journey to coincide with whale watching from July to November. The Eastern Cape, or the Wild Coast, is worth visiting for its rugged cliffs, dramatic rough seas, and dense bushland.
The KwaZulu Natal Province is home to the famous fields where battles were fought between Zulus, Boers and the British. Many locations of historic and cultural interest still remain in this region.
South African safaris are legendary and its luxury wildlife lodges are among the best in the world. Kruger Park is the second-largest reserve in Africa, stretching 360km from north to south and teeming with big cats, rhinon, and elephants. A short flight from Johannesburg is the 75,000-acre Madikwe Game Reserve, the world’s largest wildlife translocation project.Read more...
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- Capital: Cape Town, Pretoria, Bloemfontein
- When to go: All year
- Currency: South African rand
- Language: Zulu, English, Afrikaans, Xhosa
- Time Zone: GMT+2
22 May 2023 to 28 Nov 2023
10 May 2023 to 30 Jun 2023
04 May 2023 to 30 Jun 2023
01 Apr 2023 to 30 Jun 2023
02 Feb 2023 to 19 Nov 2023
24 Mar 2023 to 01 Dec 2023