Situated at the tip of the African continent and surrounded by two oceans, South Africa boasts breathtaking scenery, quaint coastal villages and cosmopolitan cities that can all be combined with a truly exhilarating Big Five South African safari.
Consistently voted as one of the top tourist destinations around the world, South Africa is home to one of the world's biggest nature reserves, the renowned Kruger National Park, as well as one of the most beautiful and scenic cities, Cape Town.
There are many different ways of traveling to South Africa but most visitors fly to Johannesburg or Cape Town. For most visitors
coming from Europe, the UK or the USA, this is a long flight of several hours. Once in the country, different modes of transport are safe to use and are recommended.
Roads are in a very good condition, even in game reserves like the Kruger National Park, but keep in mind that South Africa
is a vast country and it may take several hours to reach destinations. Public transport like minibus taxis and buses is not a recommended mode of transport. Inland flights however are safe to use
and avoid people spending too much time reaching their destinations
Our signature tour combines a but of everything. It starts in Johannesburg with a tour of Soweto and the Apartheid Museum before heading to the bush in 2 different game reserves and on your way back to Johannesburg you will also get a glimpse of the stunning Panoramic Route. Back in Johannesburg you will take a plane and head to the Cape where you go on a wine tasting tour before heading to the coast and finally ending your holiday in Cape Town. This tour is ideal for first timers to South Africa as it combines a bit of everything and gives you in insight into the enormous diversity this country has to offer. See full itinerary
This self-drive tour starts and ends in Johannesburg. The main aim is to see as many animals as possible, especially the
famous Big 5 which are the 5 most dangerous animals to hunt. Apart from the animals you will also visit different types of African nature and see how the bush varies from one game reserve to
another. The distances are relatively short for South Africa which makes the tour accessible to everybody. The accommodation is comfortable and many activities are included, so this tour is
actually sort of a compromise between a guided safari and self-drive tour. You will mainly stay in the North East of the country in 4 different game reserves. See full itinerary
On this fully guided safari your guide will take you to many different and special places. You will not only search for the iconic "Big 5" of Africa in the world famous Kruger National Park but also head to Kwazulu Natal to sleep on luxurious houseboats, visit the pulsing city of Durban and finally the stunning Sani Pass before the Drakensberg Mountains are your last destination before being brought back to Johannesburg. Once again a tour which will show you the enormous diversity South Africa has to offer and your guide will ensure you get the very best experience on this trip. See full itinerary
This package takes you to Cape Town and its surroundings. You will drive by yourself to your accommodation which will be the same for all nights, all activities are organized, supervised and performed by professionals which will ensure your safety at all times. Most days are not completely packed so you will also have the time to explore some the many sightseeing opportunities Cape Town has to offer as we feel it would be a shame to miss out on this fantastic city. See full itinerary
Quest Of The Legendary Big 5
Join the quest of the legendary Big 5 of Africa in various different parts of South Africa while staying in very comfortable lodges on an all-inclusive basis, an all-around no worries package for wildlife and nature enthusiasts...Visit several of the most famous national parks and stay in very comfortable lodges.
Big 5, Wines & Whales
This self-drive tour takes you to different Game Reserves onto the quest of the famous Big 5 before heading towards the Mother city, wine region and the stunning coastline of the Garden Route. No 4x4 driving skills are required as all safari activities are included in the various lodges. Make sure you have your cameras ready at all times as the sightings will be spectacular!