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South Africa captivates with its unique diversity. From safaris in the Kruger National Park to the breathtaking scenery of the Garden Route and the vibrant metropolis of Cape Town, the country offers a rich palette of experiences. Encounter exceptional wildlife, explore renowned wine regions and discover a captivating history. South Africa, a true blend of cultures and landscapes, promises an unforgettable adventure for travellers seeking a variety of discoveries.


Discover different route ideas below:


NB: all the tours suggested below are organised by specialist agencies. I do, however, accompany clients on the various safaris mentioned.


African wild dog in the plains of South Luangwa.
European shag on the Garden Route in the Eastern Cape.

A journey to South Africa is like plunging into a symphony of natural and cultural wonders. From the captivating safaris in the Kruger National Park to the majestic Drakensberg mountains, via vibrant Cape Town and its coastal panoramas, each stop reveals an unequalled wealth. This Southern African country, a land of contrasts, promises an unforgettable adventure in the heart of diversity.

Why travel to South Africa?

Lioness strolling through the plains of Kruger National Park at sunset.

When to visit South Africa?

The best time to enjoy a safari in South Africa depends on what you want to see. The ideal time varies according to the region. For safaris in the Kruger National Park, the dry season from May to September is recommended, offering greater visibility of wildlife concentrated around waterholes. However, the rainy season from November to March offers lush vegetation and animal births. If you're interested in whale watching, the south coast is ideal from June to November. Ultimately, the choice depends on your personal preferences in terms of climate and wildlife activities.

What can you see in South Africa?

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