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South Africa Tours

A matchless combination of wild beauty and colonial charm, South Africa offers you the African experience with all the comforts of home. Blessed with fabulous wildlife, serene landscapes and some of the finest food andwine in Africa, it is a destination to savour.

Highlights of South Africa

Things to See & Do

  • Cape Town

    Cape Town

    Dominated by the iconic backdrop of Table Mountain, Cape Town is without doubt one of the world’s most impressively located cities. A cosmopolitan city boasting a surplus of fascinating sights. With a bustling waterfront and rich cultural heritage it makes it the perfect place to begin or end an African adventure.

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  • Kruger National Park

    Kruger National Park

    Home to some of the best wildlife viewing in South Africa, the private reserves of Greater Kruger offer exclusivity, exceptional standards and incredible concentrations and diversity of game which equals that of its more famous neighbour Kruger National Park.

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  • Whale Watching

    Whale Watching

    Each year the coastline around Hermanus becomes a magnet for southern right whales, humpbacks and even rare brydes whales. Between June and October these waters provide some of the best whale watching experiences in the world, as these mighty leviathans breed close to the footpaths that hug the shoreline.

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  • The Garden Route

    The Garden Route

    From the heart of the Karoo, to the game reserves around Port Elizabeth, the Garden Route is blessed with an incredible diversity of natural charms, and with an outstanding choice of accommodation on offer. Allow 5 nights to discover these serene wonders and to enjoy the delights the hotels have to offer.

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  • Knysna


    Knysna is a natural paradise of lush, indigenous forests, lakes and beaches. The sandstone pinnacles of Knysna Head tower over the treacherous channel providing dramatic views across the lagoon and Featherbed Bay. For a relaxing day, craft shops and delightful cafés beckon with small-town charm and hospitality.

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  • Winelands


    From the fertile landscapes of Constantia to the culinary delights of Franschhoek and Stellenboch, a sublime mix of captivating vistas, colonial heritage and some of the finest wines on earth, present a destination of quite exquisite charms and gastronomic diversity. Only a short journey from Cape Town the winelands are ideal for a day trip, if however time is plentiful why not stay a night or night and truly indulge yourself.

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  • Stellenbosch


    Stellenbosch is a place of great beauty and culture that’s steeped in South African tradition. Positively oozing with timeless grace and charm, Stellenbosch is an engaging mix of Cape Dutch architecture, Victorian houses and tree-lined streets that lie in an area boasting some 200 wine estates and famous vintages.

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  • Oudtshoorn


    Oudtshoorn district in the Little Karoo is full of contrasts making for a fascinating stay. Oudtshoorn, the “ostrich feather capital” and centre of the world’s ostrich farming industry, made its fortune during the Victorian era when ostrich feathers were more expensive than gold. Oudtshoorn is much more that ostriches now with the stunning Outenique Mountain Pass and magnificent dripstone formations at Cango Caves, however we still recommend staying at a delightful working ostrich farm.

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  • Durban


    With warm weather all year round, Durban is ideal for spending time outdoors. Whether strolling or cycling along the beach, picnicking next to the dam or botanic gardens, diving with the sharks or a game drive whilst enjoying the view of the rolling hills, there’s plenty to do and see. You can also travel through the beautiful Valley of a Thousands Hills, where you can uncover the liberation efforts of icons such as Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi. From Durban, the province’s capital, explore the beautiful coastline with its pristine beaches, from Port Edward in the south to Kosi Bay in the north.

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  • Robben Island

    Robben Island

    Situated 11km off the coast of Cape Town Robben Island has been utilised as a place of banishment, exile and imprisonment for over 400 year housing political protesters and lepers. During apartheid the Island became synonymous with the brutal imprisonment of freedom fighters and the islands most famous resident Nelson Mandela who was imprisoned for more than a quarter of a century.

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