A World In One Country
South Africa has an abundance of wildlife and scenery, from the sandy beaches, sheer, forest-covered cliffs, and amazing marine life of its coastline to arid deserts, peak-filled mountain ranges, and open bushveld savannah. This diversity of habitats is echoed in the country’s peoples and history. The first human inhabitants (the San people) and the powerful civilizations of Mapungubwe and Thulamela of a thousand years ago have given way to a 21st-century country filled with a colorful mixture of people and cultures, a heady history, and a natural heritage that has South Africans defining their land as “a world in one country.”
It's a World in One Country, a perfect destination for a ‘combination holiday’.
Discover the African Big Five on a unique Safari.
Experience Cape Town and Table Mountain the 7th natural woneder of the world.
Find paradise on one of the beaches along South Africa's pristine coastline.
Feast on local culinary delights at world class resturants & award winning vineyards.
WHY SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa is a country of undeniable character and beauty, whose offerings range from the world-famous attractions both natural and historical, to the less well-known, hidden gems. This unique paradise has a rich history and is celebrating its 20-year freedom since the landmark elections of 1994. The country’s colonial history is also fascinating, and there are aesthetic remnants to be seen today, of a time of Dutch explorers, spice routes, great discoveries, migrations, and treks across unknown lands. Of course, as well as the diverse range of wildlife spots and pristine wilderness areas, there are historical and political attractions that are not to be missed, and only by combining these various elements, can one truly get a sense of the rich character of this magnificent country.
WHEN TO VISIT SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa’s climatic conditions generally range from The Mediterranean in the south-western corner of the country, towards the cape, to temperate in the interior plateau, and subtropical in the north-east. A small area in the northwest has a desert climate. During the winter months (May-August) you can experience wet cooler weather in the south-western region (Cape Town) and hot, dry weather in the north-eastern region. During the summer months (November-February) you can expect dry, warm weather in the south-western region and wet, temperate weather in the north-eastern region. Spring and Autumn months (March-April & September- October) is when you will experience a mix of summer and winter, a change in seasons. There is not a “best” time to visit South Africa, it is so diverse as explained above and each month has its own perks.