South Africa

South Africa has emerged as an exciting tourist destination, offering visitors the ideal blend of nature, culture and glorious sunshine. South African cities are modern and vibrant, while its beaches are peaceful and serene. The country is known for its unique tribal culture, and an abundant wildlife found in world famous nature reserves.

TRAVEL GUIDE TO SOUTH AFRICA

Cape Town has become a popular holiday hotspot, with its Table Mountain first on the list of every tourist’s agenda. The city centre is mishmash of old and new architectural styles and the Victoria and Albert Waterfront is a modern development aimed at tourists. There are boats from the Albert Waterfront to the infamous Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was once imprisoned.

The surrounding area boasts a number of beautiful beaches and resorts including Muizenburg, Blouberg, and the upmarket Camps Bay. Wine lovers will enjoy a day trip to Stellenbosch, to visit the picturesque vineyards. East of Cape Town, the Garden Route provides a magical journey through forests, mountains, lakes and beaches.

South Africa Accommodation

Durban is home to strip of luxury beach resorts and has a vibrant entertainment scene. Also situated in Kwazulu Natal Province, the striking Drakensburg Mountains and the UNESCO listed St Lucia Lagoon Wetlands. Kruger Park, located in the east of South Africa, is one of the largest nature reserves in the world and is a great place to observe elephants, buffalos, lions, zebras and giraffes.

South Africa Airport

Most visitors to South Africa fly into Johannesburg International Airport. A host of connections to other regions are easily arranged on arrival at the airport. There is a wide range of accommodation available in South Africa, with something to suit every traveller and budget. Options include hotels, self-catering, bush camps, game reserves and much more.