Often referred to as the “Rainbow Nation” due to its colourful people, mix of cultures, history and variety of landscapes, South Africa is a place one feels as much as one sees.
From the thousands of kilometres of coastline and aquatic life, the millions of acres covered by the 21 national parks and its wildlife (4.9 million acres by the Kruger alone), to the astonishing number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this land is indeed something to behold.
Sample the fine wines of the Cape, enjoy dining in some of the best restaurants in the world, walk in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela or head off along the scenic Garden Route from Mossel Bay to Plettenberg.
Adventure seekers are spoilt for choice, with some of the best hikes on earth, bungee jumping, rock climbing, white water rafting and world-class surfing at places like Jeffry’s Bay.
And most of all, discover diverse landscapes and enjoy the best wildlife viewing, including the Big Five in the iconic Kruger National Park and leopard spotting in Sabi Sands.