A holiday in South Africa takes you to a sun-kissed rainbow nation, boasting magical landscapes, a golden coastline and remarkable scenic and cultural diversity, South Africa has it all. In the south you can see the old but sophisticated and beautiful city of Cape Town; the wilderness of Namaqualand on the south west coast contrasts with the lush beauty of the Garden Route on the south east.

On the east coast the Indian Ocean breaks over magnificent golden sandy beaches with many beautiful small hotels offering wonderful service. Along this coastline during the months of May to December there are some superb opportunities for whale watching.

In the north there are the Drakensberg Mountains with spectacular scenery and wonderful small hotel lodges. While the north east offers outstanding game viewing particularly in the area of the Kruger National Park and some of these private game lodges must be the most luxurious in the whole of Africa.

South Africa has a world of diversity to offer and we can organise any activity you desire – from hiking in the bush and mountains, to horse-riding, cycling, cultural tours and health spas. We can also tailor-make golfing itineraries to some of the most spectacular golf courses in the world. You can also choose to visit the nearby kingdoms of Swaziland and Lesotho for spectacular mountain scenery, horse-riding, hiking, 4×4 trips, fishing and cultural experiences.

The people of South Africa are warm, welcoming and very friendly they are the bright and beautiful “Rainbow Nation”.

Whatever style of honeymoon or holiday in South Africa you are planning do give us a call, one of staff would welcome the opportunity of discussing your requirements and giving you up-to-date advice – phone us on: 01255 446250

There are some adventures in South Africa that can only be experienced at specific times of year. For example, if you want to experience the world-famous Namaqualand daisies, then September (spring) is the time to visit. The famous Sardine Run, a unique phenomenon when millions of sardines travel up the east coast of South Africa causing a feeding frenzy that attracts thousands of sharks, dolphins, whales, birds and other ocean predators, occurs between May and July. From June until November, Southern Right Whales are highly visible along the Cape south coast, making this the perfect time of year for a whale-watching trip.

If you love hiking, spring and autumn are the ideal times to hike as temperatures are not too hot or cold. Spring and autumn are also the best times to visit for fly-fishing in South Africa.

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Wine, Whales and Wildlife

Explore the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town, sample some of the finest wines with wonderful food, be amazed by the whales cruising almost within touching distance before being excited by the African wildlife.

Price is about £3,648 per person travelling in June and including international air fares.

Cape Town

South Africa in Style

A privately guided tour with 7 days in the Cape region including the wine growing areas before flying to the Kruger National Park for a superb safari with 3 days game viewing on a shared use of vehicle basis.

Price is about £3,152 per person travelling in June and including international air fares.

Cape Town

Safari Beach

Enjoy an exclusive 5 star hideaway in the Mpumalanga along with gourmet cuisine and a hideaway pastoral setting offering sweeping views over the Mpumalanga Lowveld valley for 3 nights in a luxury suite. Followed by a 3 day safari while staying in an exclusive 5 star lodge, Savanna is situated in the internationally famous Sabi Sand Reserve within the greater Kruger National Park conservancy. Return to Johannesburg for your flight to Mauritius for 5 nights on this tropical island paradise on an all inclusive basis

Price is about £3,678 per person travelling in June and including international air fares.

South Africa

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Rainfall generally occurs during summer (November through March), although in the southwest, around Cape Town, rainfall occurs in winter (June to August). With a year round temperate climate, your decision about the best time to visit South Africa will not so much be based on the weather but more about the experiences and adventures you wish to have.

South Africa’s winter months (June – August) is a peak time for game viewing as a shortage of water means animals gather at watering holes but if you want to see newborn animals, then September/October is the best time to visit.

And while holiday-makers flock to Cape Town and the Western Cape in the summer months to take advantage of the lovely weather, beautiful beaches, and many outdoor adventures to be had, winter – even though the rainy season – also has its charm. Visiting the Cape winelands during winter is a special treat.

Autumn, winter and spring are also ideal times to visit the Northern Cape’s wonderful national parks with their black-maned lions, and is a good time to enjoy animal tracking adventures with the Kalahari Bushmen. During summer months, temperatures here can get unbearably hot.