Family Getaways In South Africa





Diversity, warmth and authenticity – A country for everyone

Welcome to South Africa, a land of unforgettable experiences.

Nestled at the southern tip of the African continent, this captivating nation offers something for every traveller and often referred to ‘A world in one country'. From breathtaking natural wonders to bustling cities rich in history, South Africa is a tapestry of contrasts waiting to be explored.

Whether you're an adventurer seeking adrenaline rushes, a history enthusiast delving into the nation's past, or a nature lover yearning for untamed landscapes, South Africa invites you to embark on a journey that promises memories to last a lifetime.

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Wild giraffe in South Africa



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Pretoria (Administrative capital), Cape Town (Legislative capital) and Bloemfontein (Judicial capital) 

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National Bird

Blue crane

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National Animal


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National Flower

King protea

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National Food


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OR Tambo International Airport, Cape Town International Airport and King Shaka International Airport





The best time to travel to South Africa can vary depending on your interests and what you want to experience during your visit. South Africa's climate varies from region to region, so it's essential to consider where you plan to go and what activities you'd like to do.



September to November


Spring is a lovely time to visit as the weather is mild, and landscapes are lush and green from the winter rains. Wildlife enthusiasts will find this a great time for safaris as animals are more active, and you can see newborn animals.

The Western Cape, including Cape Town, is particularly beautiful during spring with the wildflowers in bloom.




December to February


South African summer is excellent for beach retreats, water sports, and outdoor activities.

December is peak tourist season, so book accommodations and activities well in advance. It can be hot, especially in the interior regions, so be prepared for warm weather.





March to May



Autumn is also a fantastic time to visit South Africa, as temperatures are still pleasant, and the summer crowds have thinned.

Wine regions like Stellenbosch and Franschhoek are especially nice to visit during this time, as the grape harvest occurs in February and March.





June to August



Winter is a good time for wildlife viewing, especially in the northern game reserves, as vegetation is less dense, and animals gather around water sources.

The Western Cape, including Cape Town, experiences its rainy season during these months, so you can expect cooler and wetter weather.







Destinations and Areas of Interest


Cape Town 

Cape Town, a vibrant gem at the southern tip of Africa, effortlessly weaves together natural beauty, rich history, and modern urban charm. Nestled beneath the iconic Table Mountain, this coastal city boasts a tapestry of experiences for every traveller.

The sunseekers and surfers have an array of beaches to choose from, Camps Bay, Clifton and Muizenberg to name but of a few. The Cape of Good Hope where the two oceans meet, lures explorers with its dramatic cliffs and abundant wildlife. The Penguins at Boulder beach add a touch of whimsy to this rugged landscape.

Cape town is a city that harmoniously marries the old and the new, the rugged and the refined, it captures hearts with its natural beauty, captivates minds with its history and embraces all who seek its unique blend of adventure and elegance.




Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl


Nestled in the Western Cape of South Africa, the Winelands is a wine lover's paradise, boasting vine-covered landscapes and world-class wineries.

Discover Stellenbosch with its historic charm, oak-lined streets, and award-winning wineries, it's a haven for wine enthusiasts or Franschhoek, the "Food and Wine Capital" offers gourmet cuisine, rich Huguenot history, and world-class wine estates. Paarl, known for Paarl Rock and diverse varietals, it combines wine culture with cultural attractions.

Savor exceptional wines, indulge in gourmet delights, and immerse yourself in history and natural beauty.




Kruger National Park 

Located in the northeastern part of the country, the Kruger National Park is one of Africa's largest game reserves. It spans nearly two million hectares and is renowned for its diverse wildlife, including the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros), as well as a multitude of other species.

Visitors can embark on thrilling game drives and guided safaris to witness these animals in their natural habitats. The park's landscapes range from savannahs and grasslands to dense forests and meandering rivers, providing a picturesque backdrop for wildlife encounters



The Kalahari 

Venture into the enchanting world of South Africa's Kalahari Desert.

Unlike traditional deserts, the Kalahari unveils a mesmerizing semi-arid landscape with vibrant red sands, endless savannahs, and tenacious flora and fauna. This unique environment is a sanctuary for diverse wildlife, including the iconic Kalahari lion and meerkats.

Beyond its natural wonders, the Kalahari holds cultural significance as the ancestral land of the San Bushmen, offering insights into ancient traditions. It's an outdoor adventurer's paradise, with opportunities for safaris, nature walks, and stargazing under clear skies. The Kalahari extends into the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, ensuring even more extraordinary wildlife encounters. For those seeking serenity, remote lodges provide a tranquil escape amid this captivating desert landscape.