Attractions

Lions - Katavi National Park

Katavi National Park

The Katavi National Park includes the Katuma River, Lake Katavi and the Lake Chada floodplains… all are fascinating and diverse … Read moreKatavi National Park

Attractions 1

Gombe Stream National Park

With an area of only 52 km2, Gombe Stream is Tanzania’s smallest national park. Gombe is characterised by vast forest … Read moreGombe Stream National Park

Two Cheetah's posing in Dar Es Salaam

Dar Es Salaam

Dar es Salaam is a significant hub in Tanzania, with a population of 2.8 million. This former capital city started … Read moreDar Es Salaam

Attractions 2

Chumbe and Mafia Island

Chumbe Island is located off the main island of Zanzibar and is easily accessible from Zanzibar. Chumbe is a privately … Read moreChumbe and Mafia Island

Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park

The three distinct and spectacular features of the Arusha National Park include the Momela lakes, the Meru Crater, and the … Read moreArusha National Park

Attractions 3

Malolotja Nature Reserve

The wide variety of flora and fauna includes many tree species, such as yellowwoods, stinkwoods and the tall forest fever … Read moreMalolotja Nature Reserve

Seasons

Hlane National Reserve

Hlane (meaning “wilderness” in siSwati) is Swaziland’s royal reserve. It belongs to the king – who holds it in trust … Read moreHlane National Reserve

Attractions 4

Zululand

Historically Zululand was filled with different tribes and clans – all unique in their own right. In 1816 the Zulu … Read moreZululand

Attractions 5

Wild Coast South Africa

Extending all the way from the Mtamvuna River to the Great Kei River, it boasts an untamed and undeveloped wilderness … Read moreWild Coast South Africa

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West Coast South Africa

Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Park is over 27 500-hectares and runs from Yzerfontein to the Langebaan lagoon. With … Read moreWest Coast South Africa

Attractions 7

Valley of a 1000 Hills

With a variety of welcoming lodges, unique tea gardens and sociable pubs, you will be sure to find more than … Read moreValley of a 1000 Hills

Cape Town

V&A Waterfront

During a South Africa safari with us, the V&A can be included as a highlight for lovers of everything from … Read moreV&A Waterfront

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Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park

The Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park was declared a natural and a historical World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2000 and is … Read moreUkhahlamba Drakensberg Park

Attractions 9

Tsitsikamma

Named after the Khoisan phrase that means “place of abundant water”, Tsitsikamma is renowned for its stunning coastline, dramatic rivers … Read moreTsitsikamma

Attractions 10

The Karoo

The Karoo is a must-see for interested travellers and historian, due to its part in the Anglo-Boer War in the … Read moreThe Karoo

Attractions 11

Garden Route

Along the Garden Route, travellers on South African safari can choose from the 10 nature reserves that are dotted along … Read moreGarden Route

Attractions 12

The Battlefields

Along the battlefields you can see memorials, small graveyards and lone forts. They air a mysterious atmosphere and ambience – … Read moreThe Battlefields

Attractions 13

Table Mountain Safaris

The highest part of the mountain is called Maclear’s Beacon, which sit 1086 metres above sea level and is a … Read moreTable Mountain Safaris

Attractions 14

Sun City

With artificial waves, a world-class golf course and the chance to view the Big Five on safari in the Pilanesburg … Read moreSun City

Soweto

Soweto Township

Regarded as one of the most metropolitan townships in South Africa, it is home to a huge black population, who … Read moreSoweto Township

Attractions 15

Robben Island Tour

When visiting the Island, you will be able to go on a tour around the Robben Island Museum, where you … Read moreRobben Island Tour

Attractions 16

Pilanesberg National Park

Covering 55 000-hecatres, the Pilanesberg National Park combines the dry Kalahari and the wetter Lowveld vegetation. Lake Mankwe sits at … Read morePilanesberg National Park

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Overberg

With all of that said, the Overberg is truly a spectacular attraction for travellers on a South African safari with … Read moreOverberg

Attractions 18

Madikwe Game Reserve

Extending all the way from the North West Province to the Botswana Border, it covers a massive 750-kmlometres-squared, which means … Read moreMadikwe Game Reserve

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KwaZulu Natal

KwaZulu-Natal is divided into 3 different regions; the lowland, the central and the coastal region. The lowlands include the coastline … Read moreKwaZulu Natal

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Kruger National Park

There are eight main gates in the Kruger National Park, and the Park itself is home to six ecosystems, 517 … Read moreKruger National Park

Attractions 21

Knysna

Thought to have been developed in 1796 when George Rex landed in the Cape, Knysna was originally used as a … Read moreKnysna

Attractions 22

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Comprising of about 528-hectares of fertile land encompassing long green lawns, colourful flowers, cool forests and refreshing streams which make … Read moreKirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Attractions 23

Kimberley

Although Kimberley’s role as a diamond destination is now only a historic one, the legacy of its brilliance gives it … Read moreKimberley

Attractions 24

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

While on a South Arica safari, you’ll hardly find a more fascinating region than the Kgalagadi… The dry rivers beds … Read moreKgalagadi Transfrontier Park

Jenman African Safaris Collection

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