We are constantly traveling through South Africa in order to provide our clients with the latest knowledge of our destinations and personalized, unique itineraries based on first-hand experience. Here are some of our favourite destinations:
Sabi Sand Game Reserve
The oldest of all the private reserves in South Africa, Sabi Sands offers a safari experience in unparalleled luxury. Rich in history, and renowned for its game viewing, this celebrated reserve is home to a vast wildlife population, including the Big 5, and several endangered species such as the Wild Dog and Honey Badger. Two rivers cross the Sabi Sand, drawing a natural abundance of Leopard, Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo, Cheetah, Zebra and many other species. A variety of spectacular luxury and semi-luxury lodges promise an unforgettable experience.
Timbavati Private Game Reserve
A private game reserve, north of Sabi Sands. It shares an unfenced border with the world-famous Kruger National Park on the East. Timbavati is most famous for its white lions, spotted from time to time. A mopane forest to the north attracts a high density of animals, giving travellers a good chance to see each of the majestic Big 5. Timbavati boasts a selection of luxury and semi-luxury lodges, and tented safari camps, offering a superb safari experience.
Madikwe Game Reserve
Enjoy spectacular game viewing in the vast and private Madikwe Game Reserve. The reserve is comprised of only four- and five-star rated lodges. A private, unspoiled wilderness. Closed to day visitors, the Reserve will take you far away from the world of the ordinary.
Kruger National Park
Kruger National Park is South Africa’s most famous game park, and home to a huge variety of wildlife. The inimitable Kruger is the size of a small country, and offers an abundance and variety of wildlife and vegetation that is unparalleled. The park offers a small selection of luxury accommodation options, with guided dawn and dusk safaris. Kruger National Park is a must-see when visiting South Africa.
Perched between the ocean and the mountain, there is nowhere like Cape Town. Affectionately called the “Mother City,” Cape Town is well-known for its natural wonder Table Mountain, the world-class beaches, and the beautiful Cape Winelands. Cape Town also boasts a large range of luxury hotels, private villas, fine dining restaurants and a variety of activities. With its natural beauty, friendly people and interesting culture, this is truly one of the world’s greatest cities.
Johannesburg is the second-largest city on the African continent, and a bustling metropolis with a large variety of entertainment and leisure options. Whether you are interested in visiting the famous Soweto township, learning about South Africa’s rich history, or visiting for business purposes, you can find it all in Johannesburg. With O.R. Tambo International Airport, and driving distance from some of South Africa’s most celebrated game reserves, Johannesburg is the gateway of South Africa.