Where to go in South Africa
List of regions
Kruger National Park is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world and is home to more animals than any other reserve in South Africa. The Kruger Game Reserves offer prestigious lodges and game viewing and plenty of free roaming wildlife including the Big Five.
Cape Town is the most visited city on the African continent, popular for its natural beauty, diverse cultural and heritage sites, fine wine and dining options and a host of outdoor and adventure activities.
South Africa's Garden Route passes through many lovely towns on its way from Cape Town to Knysna. For many, Plett is the epitome of the Garden Route, with white sands, clear waters, forest-clad mountains and fabulous seafood within easy reach.
KwaZulu-Natal offers a great mix of historical, cultural and natural attractions, with majestic mountains, World Heritage sites and plenty to keep you entertained. The Battlefield Route around Isandlwana & Rorke's Drift offers an insight into the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer wars, while the game reser…
Let the train take the strain and roll through dramatic landscapes and extraordinary scenery aboard one of South Africa's luxury trains, including the Blue Train and Rovos Rail.
The Johannesburg metropolis is South Africa's largest city. The city was at the forefront of South Africa's freedom struggle and has a rich cultural and historical heritage, along with a promising future.
The Northern Cape is a land of wide open spaces, wild flowers, the world's most important diamond mining towns and South Africa's famous black-maned lions. The province is charaterised by the vast arid plains of the Kalahari and and the brilliant displays of wild flowers that bloom in Namaqualand e…
The Eastern Cape is an area of outstanding beauty, with a pristine coastline, untouched bush and plenty of sub-tropical forests. The Eastern Cape's game reserves - such as Kwandwe, Shmwari, and Amakhala - are a malaria-free viewing terrain home to Africa's Big Five, while the coast is a playground …
Route 62 is a scenic tourist route running 850 km along South Africa's East Coast, from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth.
The vast, semi-arid Kalahari and bushveld habitats of the Northwest Province, near the border with Botswana, were the scene of the world's largest game translocation exercise: Operation Phoenix.
South Africa's Game reserves are among the country's greatest highlights. From the Eastern Cape and world-famous Kruger National Park to KwaZulu-Natal, the Northwest Province and Western Cape, you'll be assured some of the best game experiences in Africa.
The Western Cape is perhaps South Africa's most popular region. Explore picturesque vineyards along the world's longest wine route, enjoy wonderful whale watching in the pretty coastal town of Hermanus, discover historic sites, fantastic restaurants and tredy beachside suburbs in captivating Cape T…