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South Africa

South Africa didn’t become the tourist hotspot of Africa by accident. It literally has it all – world class wildlife encounters, pristine beaches, buzzing cities and epic thrills.

Did you know that the average luxury safari trip to Africa costs $8,000 per person. If this gets you excited, let us start your experience today!

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CapitalPretoria, Cape Town, Bloemfontein
CurrencySouth African Rand (ZAR)
LanguageEnglish & many African languages
Time DifferenceUTC+02:00

South Africa provides you with numerous bucket list opportunities, from an adrenaline pumping bungee jump to panoramic views from Table Mountain. With the chance to see the Big 5 on safari, explore the awe inspiring Midlands and play 18 holes on a championship golf course – South Africa is a must see. All of the big game animals are frequently encountered in a majority of the parks and reserves in South Africa. There is an abundance of hippo, giraffe and zebra, while the endemic black wildebeest can be seen in the grassveld and karoo reserves. An assortment of antelope sightings is guaranteed, including springbok, gemsbok and kudu. South Africa’s diversity helps to establish it as an all year round destination. The best time to visit the wildlife parks such as Kruger National Park or Sabi Sand Reserve would be in the cooler months from May – September. The best time to visit the coastal towns like Cape Town is in December when there is little rainfall and warm weather. The entire year does offer very consistent and temperament weather for wildlife and beach trips.

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Destination

Cape Town in South Africa

Cape Town, or “The Mother City” as it is affectionately referred to, is the largest city in the Western Cape province of South Africa, and has consistently been voted one the best cities in the world.

Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa

Madikwe Game Reserve promises high-quality game viewing as well as a luxury African safari experience that is both exclusive, and unforgettable.

Thornybush Private Game Reserve in South Africa

A secluded paradise, private and uncrowded, Thornybush Private Game Reserve offers visitors an intimate safari experience with up close and personal interactions with the Big 5 and other exciting wildlife.

Timbavati Private Game Reserve in South Africa

Renowned for its expansive natural splendour and pristine wilderness, Timbavati Private Game Reserve is an African safari experience you will never forget.

Sabi Sands Game Reserve in South Africa

For the ultimate luxury African experience, the Sabi Sands Game Reserve offers exclusivity and top class game viewing that guarantees a safari par excellence.

Kruger National Park in South Africa

Let the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa be the stage for a safari like no other, offering you an indescribably rich wildlife experience at one of Africa’s best national parks.

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What type of wildlife will we see?

All of the big game animals are frequently encountered in a majority of the parks and reserves in South Africa. There is an abundance of hippo, giraffe and zebra, while the endemic black wildebeest can be seen in the grassveld and karoo reserves. An assortment of antelope sightings is guaranteed, including springbok, gemsbok and kudu.

When is high season?

The winter months are high season in the wildlife parks and the summer months are high season for the coastal towns.

When is low season?

February – April and October – November would be the low season in South Africa. This is a time when great experiences can be achieved at lower cost.

When is the best weather?

South Africa offers great weather all year round.

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