South Africa

 Graceful - Joyful - Proud - Golden

South Africa occupies the southern tip of Africa with its 3000km-long coastline which stretches from the desert border with Namibia on the Atlantic coast to the border of subtropical Mozambique on the Indian Ocean.

The country has more than 290 conservation parks and is home to almost 300 mammal species, around 860 bird, and 8 000 plant species.
Eight world heritage sites exist within it's borders. The country is divided into eight biomes, namely grassland, savanna, succulent karoo, nama karoo, forest, fynbos, desert and thicket. Couple this with stunning beaches, breathtaking mountain ranges, colourful architecture, vibrant cities and diverse culture, one is spoilt for choice when visiting this beautiful country.

"South Africa gives me a perspective of what’s real and what’s not real. So I go back to South Africa to both lose myself and gain awareness of myself. Every time I go back, it doesn’t take long for me to get caught into a very different thing. A very different sense of myself."

- Dave Matthews


Cape Town and Surrounds

Iconic mountain ranges, stunning natural wonders, ocean vistas, breathtaking scenery, rich history, great food and of course the wine.

Kruger Park & Reserves

The Kruger National Park and adjoining private game reserves make up the largest game reserve in Africa, which many consider to be the ultimate safari destination.

Garden Route

300km's of indigenous canopied forests, mountains, rivers, tranquil lakes and golden beaches grace this extensive region.

Blyde River Canyon

Blyde River Canyon Reserve is situated against the Greater Drakensberg escarpment and includes natural wonders such as the Bourke's Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels, Pinnacle Rock and God's Window.

Drakensberg Mountains

Some popular destinations within the Drakensberg are Tugela Falls, which is the second highest waterfall in the world, and the Amphitheatre, which is regarded as one of the most impressive cliff faces on the planet.

Museums and Cultural Sites

Often referred to as The Rainbow Nation due to its diverse ethnic and cultural makeup. One can learn more about South African by visiting a few of it's incredible museums and historic areas and sites.