An African dream made of wild animal safari, scenic natural landscapes and world-wide known wineries
Without doubt, there are few places on Earth more diverse and contrasting than South Africa. The unique landscape will take your breath away, South Africa has more to offer than you can imagine. From the rich wildlife and luscious green vegetation to the vibrant and colourful cities such as the impressive Cape Town.
South Africa has such an extensive range of attractions that can entice every kind of traveller. Wildlife lovers looking for an adventure Safari trip chasing the Big 5 like the African lions, elephants, leopards, cape buffaloes or the black rhino, can be in perfect harmony with the nature while staying in a luxury safari lodge in the middle of the natural reserves and parks. A luxury safari holiday can be perfect for a honeymoon couple, an adventurous family or a group of friends looking for new thrills.
Wine connoisseurs who can have exquisite and luxury wine tasting tours at world-famous wine valleys such as Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Even more, it is possible to stay in a luxury villa right in proximity to the wineries and have a panoramic view of the countryside area. For those in search for pristine natural landscapes, verdant lush vegetation, untouched beaches, lagoons and abundant marine and birdlife, South Africa can cater those needs too. The Garden Route is a fascinatingly scenic stretch of coastline dotted with lakes and peaceful lagoons, as well as offering a perfect mix of ancient forests, secluded hidden bays, golf courses, panoramic hiking trails, paradisiacal floral vegetation and animal kingdom. It simply represents a heaven for outdoor enthusiasts and lovers of nature. There are picturesque seaside towns such as Plettenberg Bay, Knysna or Wilderness, where you can catch sight of whales or dolphins.
South Africa’s legislative capital, Cape Town is also the country’s second largest city after Pretoria. Cape Town has a unique vibe, being a colourful and lively city which has a breathtaking natural setting. With the iconic flat-topped Table Mountain, golden beaches, scenic coastal roads and beautiful vineyards within proximity, Cape Town can easily win your heart.
Kruger National Park – best African flora and fauna
The iconic flat –topped Table Mountain in Cape Town
Karoo – the semi-desert natural region of South Africa
Swartberg Pass – part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Kalahari Desert – largest sand basin in the world, a game reserve with a variety of flora and wildlife
Whale and dolphin watching
Adventure with elephants
Drive along the Garden Route for scenic natural landscapes
Wine tastings at world-wide known vineyards like Stellenbosch and Franschhoek
Diving, snorkelling, hiking
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