South Africa 

When you are on one of our South Africa safari tours, you will bear witness to beauty in nature’s full glory.  South Africa is a country of enchantment and variety. A safari in South Africa will take you through ever changing landscapes, magnificent natural beauty, a multitude of game reserves and national parks, over 4,000 kilometers of coastline and vibrant cities such as Cape Town and Johannesburg. Countries around the world display diversity to different degrees, but South Africa takes the crown, effortlessly making travelers fall in love with her.

With the crocodiles in the Limpopo River to the penguins waddling on the Cape, South Africa could easily be the definition of diversity. Situated at the southern point of the world’s’s most majestic continent where the two oceans meet, South Africa is waiting to expose her beauty. There is the forsaken Kalahari, the ever-green Garden Route and the hustle and bustle of wildlife in the Kruger National Park.

For those in search of a different kind of wildlife, they need not look any further then Cape Town’s very own Long Street. Explore the epic nightlife of Cape Town in style after enjoying a mouth watering Cape Malay dish. Looking for something to tantalize those taste buds? – Look no further then Durban’s Indian area for the best tasting curry. Your trip to South Africa will not be complete until you have had a braai (BBQ), not forgetting a bottle of pinotage produced by the oldest wine industry outside of Europe.

Once you plant your initial footstep on South African soil, you will come across various different terminologies. When you have your first conversation with a South African and they say they’ll do something ‘just now’, it may perhaps mean anything from a couple of minutes, days or even up to a week. Then there is the expression ‘now-now”, which commonly means a bit more rapidly. We also call our traffic lights; ‘Robots’. We are a sociable bunch of people and think nothing of inviting you over for a ‘Braai’ (BBQ), the day after meeting you.