South Africa is a “world in one country”, Take in the fabulous views of Cape Town from Table Mountain. Wine and dine in vineyards around Franschhoek and Stellenbosch. Discover the beautiful beaches and scenery of the Garden Route.
From the crashing surf of the Atlantic to the magic of the African bush, the sheer variety on offer is quite astounding and comes as a surprise to all who visit.Search for the ‘Big 5’ on Safari in the world famous Kruger National Park.
This, together with an interesting and diverse cultural mix and delightful climate, means that whatever type of holiday you’re looking for you’ll find it in South Africa.
Best time to go
South Africa’s seasons are the reverse of those in the UK and conditions vary widely according to the region, from subtropical in the north of the country to a Mediterranean-style climate in the south, with hot summers on the Highveld. The low humidity and high number of sunshine hours between them produce a delightful climate
South Africa is situated in the Southern Hemisphere and the seasons are the opposite to our own. The most popular time to visit is October to April. Game viewing is at its best during May – September
- Whale Season, Western Cape (June-November)
- Table Mountain
- Cape Town Robben Island
- Mpumalanga Kruger National Park
- Western Cape Winelands & Panorama Route