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Africa is a diverse and huge continent offering something for everyone – South Africa alone is five times the size of Great Britain! There are so many ways to explore Africa - as part of an escorted tour, travel by train, a cruise or if you prefer, go it alone on a self drive tour is another option.
Cape Town:- Many a trip to South Africa will start in Cape Town, overlooked by the majestic Table Mountain which is reached by a cable car. Known as the ‘Mother City’, you can discover south African cuisine within Victoria and the Alfred Waterfront. You can take a trip to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years, see the whales at Hermanus and the penguins at Boulders Beach. This city offers nature lovers, historians and adventurers’ attractions to suit each one making it a must visit city.
The Garden Route:- Prepare to be amazed by the spectacular scenery and dramatic contrasts of idyllic beaches, rugged mountains and lush forests as you journey from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. This route is a mix of modern golf courses ancient rainforests, modern malls and beaches. Plettenberg Bay is one of South Africa’s best seaside resorts, famous for its white beaches, expansive lagoons, lazy rivers and red sandstone cliffs. It also has a fine coral reef and for water sports Mossel bay is the perfect spot.
Victoria Falls:- On the Zambezi river these falls are awe-inspiring with their plumes of mist that hover as the water roars over the edge. Often the falls are visited as part of tour or you can take the train and for African luxury there is the Blue train. You can see the falls just admiring it from the banks of the river or you can take a boat or helicopter ride and you may even spot some hippos.
Kenya:- The epitome of and African Adventure boasting the must see ‘Big Five’ in the national parks. With a vast array of wildlife the pinnacle event is annual migration, a spectacle to behold which takes place between mid August and late October. This is prime example of wild nature at its best when herds of wildebeests thunder across the river in their thousands. The Masi Mara Game reserve is an open plain with Lake Nakura and the swamps of Amboseli sitting at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Safari:-There are an abundance of game reserves along the garden route and the Eastern Cape. The ‘Big Five’ Lions, Leopards, Rhinoceros, Elephants and Buffalos is a term given to the most dangerous and difficult to spot animals. South Africa is home to Kruger National Park which is one of the largest game reserves while Madikwe Game Reserve is a three hour drive from Johannesburg and Pretoris offering a quieter park but the wildlife is just as exciting. You can stay on the reserves such as the famous Tree Tops on the Lalibela Game Reserve on the Eastern Cape and the luxury of the Four Seasons on Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Kenya and Zimbabwe also boast world-class safari options. Each park will offer a range of experiences from your own game rangers who will guide you and seek out the wildlife to nights under canvas. Africa is rich in culture, wildlife and natural beauty, it is place which will inspire you and astonish you.
Our specialists will help guide you through the options to ensure you have the best African Experience.
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