South Africa land of many colors, and the iconic Nelson Mandela, is one of the most popular tourism destinations in Africa visited by millions every year to enjoy her nineteen iconic wildlife national parks and private game reserves, beautiful beaches on her 2800km coastline from Cape town via the popular Garden Route to DurbanKwa Zulu Natal on the Indian Ocean;incredible cultures, stunning scenery, sunshine, water sports and adventure activities from diving, deep sea fishing, whale watching, dolphins, rafting, bungee jumping, zip lining, cable cars, horse riding; the wine lands, business, meetings incentives conferences and events, shopping, entertainment, culture and urban tourism. The flagship Kruger National Parkis one of Africa’s largest wildlife reserves and home to the Big-5 African mammals. Other popular spots include the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, the Garden Route, Addo Elephant National Park, the Kalahari desertto the north-west and SabiSabiprivate Game Reserve.The resort town of Cape Town is an international haunt for beach, ocean, adventure, leisure, shopping and water-sports lovers while her wine lands tours are a must for wine enthusiasts and a surprising delight for the regular tourist; Johannesburg,theeconomic capital of South Africais a tourist attraction in her own right; a mega metropolis with sterling land marks, world class hotels and restaurants, classic museums, shopping arcades, art galleries Johannesburg Zoo & Lion Park. Together with the close-by Sun City they are the most visited city in Africa.Overall, South Africa beautiful, diverse, accessible and one of the most sought after tourism destinations in Africa; you’re only spoilt for choice. Together with her stunning neighbors Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, the entire southern Africa region is a tourism magnet to the world.
Kruger National Park is South Africa’s largest and most popular game reserve as well as one of the.Read More
The resort town of Cape Town, South Africa’s second largest city and her legislative capital, is.Read More
The 36,000 km² Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park in northern South Africa bordering Botswana is.Read More
Mapungubwe National Park is South Africa’s historically most significant national park with.Read More
The Blyde River Canyon is considered the world’s third-largest canyon. Situated in north-eastern.Read More
Situated on the Indian Ocean’s elephant coast in KwaZulu Natal, 375kms north of Durban,.Read More
Namaqua National Park is a botanist’s paradise. Situated in the semi-desert lands innorth-western.Read More
South Africa’s largest city, her economic capital and the second largest city in Africa including.Read More
Sun City is a sprawling leisure and sports complex in Rustenberg, South Africa just 2hrs north of.Read More
Sabi Sands Game Reserve is a 650km² private savanna game reserve situated at the south western.Read More
The port city of Durban sits on South Africa’s east coast on the Indian Ocean. The third largest and.Read More
Sample the beauty and contrasts of the incredible Garden Route on a day trip (from Cape Town or Port Elizabeth) or an organized tour package;Read More
Addo Elephant National Park in southern South Africa is SanPark’s third largest national park. Situated at the eastern end of theRead More
Enjoy incredible Game Viewing Drive’s in some of South Africa’s leading wildlife national parks and reserves including the magical.Read More
Our popular and insightful Johannesburg City Tour visits the city’s major landmarks including the Apartheid Museum, the Origins.Read More
Spend a couple of days at the magicalSun City and enjoy luxurious living and dining, sports and entertainment for the whole family including golf.Read More
Join your guide on a fun and exploration tour of Cape Town, South Africa’s second largest city. You can spend time at leisure.Read More
The resort city of Durban invited you to enjoy fun, leisure and great weather enjoying her white sandy beaches.Read More
Whether you are arriving from Africa, or Europe, the Americas, the Middle East or Asia, South Africa is an easy efficient destination to get to. The OR Tambo International Airport, her principal gateway, is frequented by most major international airlines including her own efficient and reliable national carrier, South African Airways as well as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, KLM, Air France, Emirates, Qatar, Etihad, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Air China, United Airlines, Rwandair and many others. Cape Town International Airport, South Africa’s second busiest airport, also receives international flights from Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Together with Durban’s King Shaka International Airport, for Sun City, they also enjoy multiple domestic connections from OR Tambo making for an overall efficient ‘entry’ into South Africa through any of her major urban cities.
South Africa sits in a Malaria-prone area. Antimalarial prophylactics re recommended. Please discuss with your physician for the best course before departing for South Africa. It is also recommended you bring insect repellent and to as much as possible sleep under a mosquito net.
A Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate is required for entry into South Africa when arriving from a Yellow Fever endemic area.Please see Travelers' Health for a list of affected countries,
Other recommended but not mandatory vaccinations are Tetanus, Diphtheria, Hepatitis A andTyphoid. For a more detailed brief on health requirements when travelling to South Africa, please see Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Most visitors to South Africa require a Visa. For the specific requirements appertaining to your nationality/passport, please see Home Affairs. Where required, persons are encouraged to obtain visa from the South African Embassies and High Commissions in their home country. Although some nationalities/passports can get visas on arrival at the South Africa port of entry, there usually will be a queue and requiring patience.