Surrounded by towering granite cliffs in the rolling red landscapes of the Kalahari Desert, Riemvasmaak is a must visit for travelers looking get off the grid in South Africa's Northern Cape.
Shamwari Private Game Reserve
The epitome of excitement, the Shamwari Private Game Reserve provides you with the very best of African wildlife viewing. Expert guides will lead you through the reserve in search of some of the continent's most famous creatures.
Known as the "Friendly City", this stop on the Garden Route runs up to the sparkling shores of Nelson Mandela Bay. Port Elizabeth has been a tourist hot spot for years and features a privileged climate with warm temperatures year round and some of the sunniest skies in the entire country.
Who can say no to Plettenberg Bay's inviting sandy beaches, friendly local pubs, and endless options to explore nature and wildlife? Plett begs visitors to take full advantage of the adventure that awaits, right in its own backyard.
Mesmerizing wildlife, quaint coastal roads, and world-class seafood. This is Knysna, the Garden Route's heart and soul, which is sure to draw you in and keep you wanting more.
Hermanus is a seaside treasure recognized for its world-class whale-watching. Here you'll find the Southern Right Whale's mating and breeding grounds, which allow you to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.
Nestled in the rolling Groot Drakenstein Mountains lies the Franschhoek Wine Route, which has been awarded the title of South Africa's gourmet capital.
South Africa’s second-largest city after Johannesburg, Cape Town is renowned for its scenic beauty, its interesting history and culture, its fantastic food and its impossibly cool vibe.
Johannesburg is South Africa's beating heart and biggest city. With a vast array of fascinating historical museums, including Nelson Mandela's former home, inviting locals, and urban-renovation projects in the works, Johannesburg is on the fast track to becoming a first-rate travel destination.