South Africa Safaris and Holidays

The Rainbow Nation - Blessed with a wide variety of natural beauty, South Africa the land of the wildlife, diverse culture and dramatic scenery.   Fast becoming one of the worlds most visited holiday destinations, South Africa has natural friendliness, affordable and world class accommodation and restaurants, and a fascinating diversity of language and culture. 

Without doubt, South Africa completely embodies the term ‘Rainbow Nation’, from the big game viewing in Kruger National Park, to sun-drenched vineyards, to the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town to the dramatic Garden Route, South Africa’s variety is thoroughly alluring.

Fully-Assisted Camping

4-day Kruger National Park Safari (Camping)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$7,400
per person sharing*

4-day Kruger National Park Safari (Budget)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$9,600
per person sharing*

2 to 3 Star Accommodation

4-day Kruger National Park Safari (Classic)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$11,200
per person sharing*

14-day Walking South Africa

Countries visited: South Africa, Swaziland
From:
AUD$2,550
per person sharing*

17-day South African Rainbow Route

Countries visited: South Africa, Swaziland
From:
AUD$2,795
per person sharing*

Lodges and Tented Camps

4-day Sabi Sands Game Reserve (Economy)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$13,920
per person sharing*

4-day Sabi Sands Game Reserve (Standard)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$19,350
per person sharing*

4-day Kapama Game Reserve (Economy)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$15,900
per person sharing*

4-day Kapama Game Reserve (Standard)

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$25,050
per person sharing*

5-day Kruger and Greater Kruger Combo Safari

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$21,400
per person sharing*

7-day Waterberg Lodge Family Safari

Countries visited: South Africa
From:
ZAR$23,700
per person sharing*

Top places to visit in South Africa:

paw20.jpg Kruger National Park - Big 5 game viewing
paw20.jpg Cape Town - Cape floral kingdom
paw20.jpg Cape Winelands -  vineyard-clad valleys
paw20.jpg Garden Route & Eastern Cape - beaches, forests and seaside towns
paw20.jpg KwaZulu-Natal - beaches and historic battlefields
paw20.jpg Drakensburg Mountains
paw20.jpg Durban
paw20.jpg  Soweto, Johannesburg

 

South Africa experiences a wider diversity of climate change than most other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.  The western part of the country has a Mediterranean climate with warm to hot, dry, sunny summer weather and mild, rainy conditions in winter. In contrast the eastern coastal and northeastern interior regions experience a sub-tropical climate.  This means that most of South Africa, except for the Western Cape, experiences winter rainfall. The high-lying areas of the interior can be chilly in winter. 

Spring: September, October, November
Summer: December through February
Autumn: March, April, May
Winter: June through August