Map of South Africa

South Africa

  • Roanna and Peter from Cornwall travelled on their honeymoon to South Africa and the SeychellesHi Frances, We had such a fantastic honeymoon! We loved Blackheath; the staff were really friendly and helpful with booking tickets and printing off maps etc. The room was lovely and the breakfasts delicious! We really enjoyed our time in Cape Town, can’t wait to go back! At Auberge Burgundy we had a really lovely big room with a balcony that we could watch the whales and dolphins from! The small pool area was nice and the restaurant opposite where breakfast was served was really good. We really liked Hermanus, lots of nice restaurants. The drive to Franschhoek was stunning, we had lots of photos stops! When we arrived at Auberge Clermont we were really blown away, the backdrop was beautiful and we loved being able to walk around the vines. The reception staff were really knowledgeable and helpful with the restaurants and where to go. Our room had a really nice homely feel to it, would love to go back here. Raffles was amazing, we’ve never been anywhere like it. The beach was beautiful as was the pool area. Every part of the hotel really was just perfect. Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie was a nice hotel with a lovely pool area and spacious rooms. The bikes were great and we enjoyed cycling around, the island was beautiful. Overall we had a fantastic time, we saw some amazing places and would thoroughly recommend the trip to everyone. Thank you so much for organising an amazing honeymoon that we will never forget.Roanna and Peter from Cornwall travelled on their honeymoon to South Africa and the Seychelles

    Roanna and Peter from Cornwall travelled on their honeymoon to South Africa and the Seychelles

South Africa

Country Map

Map of South Africa

Please roll over the red lettering for information on those areas.
  • Kruger region, South Africa

    Kruger National Park and Private Reserves

    South Africa’s largest and best known wildlife sanctuary with excellent big game viewing and birding. The private reserves that border the park offer exclusivity.

  • Mashatu, Tuli Block, Botswana

    The Tuli Block

    A group of private reserves and concessions make up this dramatic and scenic region of south-east Botswana, which offers some very good game-viewing and horse-riding safaris. Access is from South Africa.

  • Waterberg region, South Africa

    The Waterberg Region

    One national park and a series of private reserves make up this scenic and malaria-free region. Some good family, horse-riding and game-viewing options.

  • Wild dogs, Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa

    Madikwe Game Reserve

    A big-five, malaria-free game reserve that is easily accessible from Johannesburg.

  • Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa

    Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

    A remote park with a limited road network and tourism infrastructure, but offers a genuine Kalahari Desert experience with some good game-viewing and interesting birding.

  • Tswalu Kalahari scenery, South Africa

    Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve

    A large private reserve offering a highly exclusive ‘Kalahari’ experience with upmarket accommodation, varied activities and great game-viewing.

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    Namaqualand

    An extensive region of rocky hills and rolling plains, known primarily for amazing wild flowers in August/ early September.

  • Cape Winelands, South Africa

    Cape Town and the Cape Winelands

    The most sophisticated corner of Africa, with beautiful scenery, lovely beaches, great restaurants, famous wine farms, varied sight-seeing attractions and activities, good birding and a huge range of accommodation options.

  • Walker Bay, Hermanus, South Africa

    Hermanus

    The whale capital of the world, with amazing viewings of ‘southern right’ whales from July to November. From December to April just a pleasant sea-side town with a great beach.

  • A view of Cape Town, South Africa

    Cape Town and the Cape Winelands

    The most sophisticated corner of Africa, with beautiful scenery, lovely beaches, great restaurants, famous wine farms, varied sight-seeing attractions and activities, good birding and a huge range of accommodation options.

  • Garden Route, South Africa

    Garden Route

    A lush and scenic region where mountains, forest and the Indian Ocean collide. There are good beaches and plenty of sight-seeing attractions. Inland, the Karoo Desert offers a totally different and much drier landscape to explore.

  • Eastern Cape Game Reserves, South Africa

    Eastern Cape Game Reserves

    One National Park and an ever-increasing number of private, malaria-free game reserves spread through this region. Big game viewing and exclusivity vary between reserves.

  • Drakensberg Mountains, KwaZuluNatal, South Africa

    Drakensberg Mountains

    South Africa’s highest and most dramatic mountains offer wonderful scenery, some excellent hiking options and some interesting birding.

  • Battlefield Tours, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

    Zulu War Battlefields

    The famous Zulu War battlefields which can be visited on interesting guided tours include Rorke’s Drift and Ilsandwana.

  • Phinda Resource Reserve, KwaZuluNatal, South Africa

    Phinda Resource Reserve

    Phinda is arguably the best of a number of big game reserves and national parks found in northern KwaZulu/Natal. Game-viewing is excellent at Phinda, and good in a few other places, and birding is superb throughout the region.

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Tuli Block including Mashatu Kruger and private reserves Waterberg Madikwe Drakensberg Mountains Zulu Battlefields Eastern Cape Game Reserves Garden Route Cape winelands Cape Town Hermanus Tswalu Kalahari Phinda