Wildlife Safaris South Africa
This country is fondly known as the Rainbow Nation of the World.
A world in one country, a rainbow nation...this is South Africa! It has many names and they are all true. There is almost no country that offers more diversity than South Africa. The versatility of landscapes, nature, culture and history ensures that every part of this amazing country guarantees a whole new experience. If you want to have breathless memories of a holiday in South Africa that will last you a lifetime than we have a list of South Africa safari packages for you.
Ranked as the most beautiful country in the world, South Africa keeps on sweeping international travel prizes and has travellers raving about its beauty so much that it has the highest repeat tourism in the world! Keeping this in mind, we are one of the best tour operators in South Africa and our tour will focus on the highlights of these amazing attractions.
Cape Town has been endorsed as the most beautiful city in the world, while the little town of Franschhoek has been designated as one the five prettiest towns in the world. Gently enfolded by Cape Town, is one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature; Table Mountain. Watching Table Mountain from Blouberg Strand provides one of the greatest vistas on Earth, and has been baptized as one of the world’s greatest mountains.
The Kruger National Park has the largest diversity of large mammals of any reserve in the world, and is the easiest place on earth to see “The Big 5”, predominantly due to the highest density of rhino & leopard populations in the world. Many of the Kruger Park’s private reserves, such as Timbavati & the Sabi Sand, virtually guarantee to see all of the Big Five animals within a single day’s safari.
South Africa also has an astonishing variety of marine life, and has the best place in the world to view whales from shore, and to swim with great white sharks. The world’s largest migration of Ocean life (sardine run) occurs here, and is one of the two largest migrations of any kind on earth.
With some of the finest national parks in the world, including the Kgalagadi, Isimangaliso, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi and Tsitsikamma, South Africa has been rated the finest wildlife destination on earth and is Africa’s most biodiverse. That’s much of where it leaps ahead of other countries in terms of beauty.
What’s better than a great sunset? A great sunset with giraffes or elephants on the horizon! The Greater Kruger National Park and Limpopo Transfrontier Park has more species of large mammal than anywhere else in the world. Surrounding Cape Town is the world’s densest plant kingdom by species count. The King Protea flower is a gorgeous bloom the size of a dinner plate!
Unparalleled wildlife, birds, flowers, whales, mountains and waterfalls, architecture and antiquity plus a host of natural treasures make South Africa unequivocally the most beautiful country In The world, and a must-see traveller’s dream.
If you are looking for the best private safari in South Africa, then you can trust us! We also have an amazing package for South Africa Honeymoon Safaris.
Some aspects to consider when traveling to South Africa
Did you know that:
Nelson Mandela was the first black president of South Africa in 1994? The drinking water in South Africa is one of the safest and cleanest in the world? The oldest foot prints of the 'Homo Sapiens' in South Africa were found? South Africa has 11 official languages? Table Mountain is one of the oldest mountains in the world?
South Africa has both an arid semi-desert and a marine climate. During the summer months, temperatures are around 25 to 35 degrees and during the winter months around 18 to 25 degrees.
April, May, September and October are the best months to travel to the north of South Africa. January, February, March, October and November are the best months to travel to South of South Africa. This avoids the months with low temperatures and a lot of rainfall.
You must have a passport that is valid for a minimum of 30 days on departure from South Africa. A visa will be issued automatically on arrival if you stay in South Africa for less than 90 days for certain countries. Children under the age of 18 must submit an unabridged birth certificate.
Enhance your Trip with?
- A visit to Table Mountain
- A guided tour of Robben Island
- A safari in the world-famous Kruger Park
- Whale watching on the beaches of Hermanus
- A visit to the most beautiful tourist city in the world; Cape Town
- Kalagadi Desert Safari