South Africa is a country home to incredible diversity of landscapes, wildlife and culture that makes South Africa an unforgettable holiday destination. From the Cape with iconic Table Mountain and its far-reaching views across to Robben Island to the mesmerizing Garden Route that hosts the most beautiful coastline on the continent. Just as diverse as the history and landscape, is South African wildlife. The abundance of animals that roam largely wild and unfettered through the many reserves and national parks that crisscross the country is world renowned.
The Big Five, whales, penguins, meerkats, wild dogs, birds, dung beetles and so much more inhabit this beautiful country. South Africa’s legendary scenic wonders makes South Africa a destination to rival any in the world. Populated by 57.7 million people, this triangle-shaped country moderated by oceans on two sides and the altitude of the interior plateau, account for the warm temperate conditions so typical of South Africa. The warm Mozambique-Agulhas Current skirts the east and south coasts as far as Cape Agulhas, while the cold Benguela Current flows northwards along the west coast as far as southern Angola. The contrast in temperature between these two currents partly accounts for significant differences in climate and vegetation, as well as differences in marine life.View Accommodations