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South Africa is to enjoy breath-taking landscapes, wonderful sunsets, impressive wine landscapes and a wild nature as we hardly know … A holiday to South Africa is a journey with vibrant cities such as Cape Town, friendly and smiling people, excellent wines from the Stellenbosch and Franschhoek areas, a coastline dotted with beaches, whales, surf schools and shark-watching possibilities along the Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. We too design train holidays with the legendary 5* luxury train Rovos and Shongololo, exploring the stunning Drakensberg mountain range (3,842m), South Africa’s highest mountains. Safaris are at its best at South Africa’s Kruger National Park to see the Big 5 (lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard). Besides we create scenic routes to drive through Green Canyon or design combinations of South Africa with Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, the Okavango Delta in Botswana, the island of Mauritius for the most romantic, or crossing the Kalahari Desert by 4x4 until reaching Namibia. Welcome to South Africa by Destination Specialists in exclusive tailor-made holidays.


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Travel South Africa safari Kruger in luxury lodges 2024-2025

Experience the best of South Africa with a safari in Kruger National Park in the best luxury lodges. A tailor-made trip to South Africa with a few days in captivating Cape Town, the Cape Peninsula, Stellenbosch wines and the best luxury lodges in Kruger for authentic safaris.

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Travel South Africa with children in private reserve

Enjoy tailored holidays to South Africa with your family with special children’s safaris and child-oriented activities, so parents can also enjoy the safari lodge, pool or local cuisine. We suggest combining the kids-friendly Cape Town activities with safari lodges for kids either at Eastern Cape or Kruger.

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Travel South Africa Deluxe with Victoria Falls visit

Looking into travelling tailored South Africa and Vic Falls, exploring the attractive Cape Town with its beaches, botanical gardens, Table Mountain and pinguins, combined with a safari in luxury lodges at Kruger National Park, ending your holidays viewing stunning Vic Falls?

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You will be interested to know…

What is the best time to travel to South Africa?

The best time to travel to South Africa for safari trips is the winter season (from June to September), due to less vegetation and the concentration of animals in Search for water sources. Spring (September to November) is ideal for viewing wildflowers in regions such as the Cape Peninsula flower region. Summer in South Africa (from Christmas, New Year's Eve, that is, from December to February) is ideal to enjoy the best beaches in South Africa and unique activities, although it can be hot and humid in some areas. Autumn (March to April) is ideal for traveling to wine regions such as Stellenbosch and Paarl to enjoy milder temperatures.

What is the best time to see whales in South Africa?

The best time to see whales in South Africa is during the months of June to November. During this period, whales migrate to the warm waters off the South African coast to mate and give birth. Southern right whales are the most common in this region and can be seen in several locations along the South African coast, such as Hermanus, Plettenberg Bay and Whale Bay in the Western Cape. Hermanus and its bay, in particular, is known as one of the best locations in the world for whale watching from land during this time of year. For this reason, a visit to Hermanus to see whales cannot be missed on a trip to South Africa.

What time is the rainy season?

The rainy season in South Africa varies by region, but in general, most areas of the country experience their rainy season during the summer, which is November to March. During these months, more frequent and heavier rainfall can be expected, especially in the northern and eastern regions of South Africa, such as the Kruger National Park. In the Western Cape (Cape Town, Garden Route, etc.), the rainy season tends to be in winter, from May to September, although rain can occur at any time of the year due to the climatic variability in this region. It is important to take into account the specific weather conditions of the region you plan to visit when planning your trip to South Africa.

What unique experiences can I do on a safari in South Africa?

A safari in South Africa offers a variety of unique and unforgettable experiences. Here are some of them:
Big Five Sighting: South Africa is known for its incredible diversity of wildlife, including the "Big Five": lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard. Having the opportunity to see these majestic animals in their natural habitat is a truly exciting experience.
Open Vehicle Safaris: Many safaris in South Africa offer open vehicle tours, allowing you to get panoramic views and a more immersive experience as you get up close to the wildlife of private reserves. Our safaris in South Africa are usually in a private vehicle or for up to a maximum of 6 people. The seats are configured in an amphitheater style (i.e. inclined), so that everyone can see.
Bushwalk safaris: Some private reserves offer walking safaris, where you can explore the bush accompanied by specialist guides. This experience allows you to see wildlife from a different perspective and learn about the flora and fauna of the area.
Exclusive accommodation: Many private reserves and national parks in South Africa offer exclusive accommodation, ranging from luxurious lodges to luxury safari tents, providing an unrivaled safari experience.

How is the local cuisine on a safari in South Africa?

Local cuisine on private reserve safaris in South Africa is an important part of the overall experience. Here are some food features you can expect:
Safari cuisine: Lodges and camps in private reserves often offer gourmet meals that combine African influences with international culinary techniques. This can include dishes such as grilled meat, fresh fish, tropical salads, aromatic stews and a variety of local game dishes, such as impala or kudu.
Outdoor breakfast and lunch: Many South African safaris include outdoor breakfasts and lunches, which can be enjoyed next to a river, at a viewing point overlooking the savannah, or at a campfire around the camp. . These meals usually consist of a selection of fresh dishes, tropical fruits, freshly baked bread and options to suit all tastes.
Dinner under the stars: A memorable experience on safaris in private reserves is dinner under the stars. Lodges often host al fresco dining around a campfire or in a traditional boma, where you can enjoy a variety of delicious dishes while listening to the sounds of nature and sharing stories with other guests and guides.
Local produce and authentic flavours: Chefs at the lodges often use fresh local ingredients and seasonal produce to create authentic and delicious dishes. This can include sustainably raised game meat, fresh, locally caught fish, organic vegetables grown in the region, and a variety of African spices and seasonings that enhance the flavors of dishes.
In short, gastronomy on private reserve safaris in South Africa is an integral part of the experience, offering a delicious blend of local flavors and gourmet meals in spectacular natural settings.

What are the best areas to travel to in South Africa?

South Africa is an incredibly diverse country, with a wide range of destinations offering unique experiences for travelers. Here are some of the best areas to visit in South Africa:
Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula: Cape Town is famous for its stunning natural beauty, including the iconic Table Mountain, as well as its vibrant neighbourhoods, spectacular beaches and delicious cuisine. The Cape Peninsula offers spectacular landscapes, such as Table Mountain National Park and the Cape of Good Hope.
Garden Route: This picturesque route along the southern coast of South Africa is famous for its stunning landscapes, charming towns, pristine beaches, lush forests and a variety of outdoor activities. outdoors, such as hiking, surfing and whale watching.
Kruger National Park and Great Kruger Private Reserves: Kruger National Park is one of the most famous safari destinations in the world, known for its abundant wildlife, including the "Big Five". Adjacent private reserves offer exclusive and luxurious safari experiences.
Stellenbosch and Franschhoek Wine Route: This wine region around the towns of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl is known for its picturesque landscapes, historic wineries, excellent cuisine and excellent renowned wines . Travelers can enjoy wine tastings (some with contrasting food such as chocolate or fruit), train or bike tours of wineries, and exceptional dining experiences at local restaurants.
Panorama Route: This scenic route also known as God's Window in the province of Mpumalanga, offers spectacular views of canyons, waterfalls, rock formations and the famous Blyde River Canyon, also known as Green Canyon, one of the largest green canyons in the world.
These are just some of the best areas to visit in South Africa, each offering its own unique range of experiences and stunning landscapes.

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Kruger National Park Safaris

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Dream trip on Rovos luxury train in South Africa

Do you want to discover South Africa full of charm that many people have already had the pleasure of knowing? If your answer has been yes, join us during this tour. Close your eyes and start imagining one of the possible trips: "Imagine sitting on one of those fancy...

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