The Cape and especially Cape Town has one of the worlds most beautiful settings, set against the majestic backdrop of Table Mountain. Cape Town is a vibrant, colourful city. Visit the Waterfront, beaches, Cape Point, or enjoy the famous wine region of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl which are a mere 30 minutes from Cape Town.
South African wines are fast becoming internationally known for their superb quality. The tradition of the vine goes back to the French Hugenots who brought their winemaking skills to the Cape in 1688, many of them settling in Franschhoek. The vineyards are set amidst magnificent mountains and there are some amazing boutique hotels and guest houses in the area.
Travel up the Garden Route and explore the quaint little towns of Hermanus (famous for its amazing wale viewing in October), Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Tsitsikamma and so much more.
The Garden Route is named after the magnificence of its wild, unspoilt coastline and natural “gardens.
Rich in tribal history, Kwa-Zulu Ntal offers the complete experience from the berg to beaches, bushveld to battlefields. Explore the spectacular Drakensberg or laze at the golden beaches of the warm Indian Ocean. Visit tribal villages, which offer a glimpse into Zulu culture and tradition. Also famous for its lakes and diving opportunities.
Mpumalanga and Northern Province
Safari, Big 5 and bushveld are the images that come to mind when thinking of this region in South Africa. The biggest highlight being the Kruger National Park and the numerous Big 5 private Safari Lodges in the area.
Mpumalanga actually means “The place where the sun rises” and with its unique wildlife, superb scenery, the worlds most famous National Park is a major draw card for visitors. The romance of the early pioneers and the gold rush lives on in Pilgrims Rest, a quaint, historic town amidst the mountainous region. Other attractions include spectacular waterfalls and the Blyde River Canyon.
The magic of Africa – An unforgettable experience!