South Africa Safari Holidays
If wildlife is your main interest in South Africa, our holidays can take you to two of the country’s prime wildlife-viewing areas: the private game reserves of the Eastern Cape Province and mighty Kruger National Park. We suggest the former – either self-drive or escorted – if you want to combine a few days on safari with exploring Cape Town and the Garden Route. Our Kruger Wildlife Experience, meanwhile, takes you straight to the heart of wild Africa.
The perfect way to round off a trip touring the Cape Peninsula, Winelands and Garden Route, private game reserves like Amakhala in South Africa’s Eastern Cape are not only malaria-free (making them ideal for family safaris), but they also boast the big five, superb accommodation and outstanding opportunities for walking safaris.
East of Johannesburg, Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest wildlife reserves. Covering an area of 19,485 square kilometres, it’s home to 147 mammal species (including the big five) and over 500 species of birds. Private game reserves along its western boundary include Sabi Sand, Londolozi, Singita and Klaserie where you can stay in idyllic camps and enjoy incredible game-viewing with some of the best guides in the business.