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From the picturesque Garden Route towns of the Western Cape to the subtropical coast of northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa’s landscapes are stunningly diverse. Here you can revel in beautiful wildlife-laden landscapes, fascinating history, world-class food and wine, modern cities and captivating culture.
The Cape Peninsula has so much to offer. A nature lover’s paradise, the Table Mountain National Park is dotted with beautiful valleys, bays and beaches, and contains an extraordinarily diverse mix of unique fauna and flora. At its tip, Cape Point is one of the most dramatic coastal locations on the continent and the place to spot whales, dolphins and great white sharks. Or head into the Winelands to sample some of South Africa’s finest wines with a private tasting.
- The sealife is one of the highlights of visiting South Africa in Summer. Whether by air or boat, whales, dolphins and great whites could all be on the cards.
- Appreciate South Africa's world-class food and wine at a private tasting and chef's table in The Winelands.
- Sleep out under the stars in your own private tree house at the edge of Kruger, drifting off to sleep with the sounds of the bush as your bedtime story.
- Mozambique has exhilarating diving; you may find yourselves swimming alongside whale sharks.
- If you can drag yourself away from the beach in the Quirimbas Archipelago, we recommend chartering a traditional dhow and finding a castaway island all of your own for the day
From mid-August to mid-September the area is a collage of wild flowers, making driving around a real joy. Summer is also one of the best times of year for game viewing in the Kruger National Park; as the landscape dries, animals congregate around diminishing waterholes, making sightings more regular. Just some of the animals you might see include elephants, lions, giraffes, hippos and the elusive leopard, as well as vibrant bird life. A night under canvas in a luxurious tented camp brings you even closer to the sights and sounds of the bush.
The oldest city in South Africa, Cape Town is also its most romantic. Encircled by sweeping coastline and set in the foreground of iconic Table Mountain, its setting is extraordinary. Colourful Cape Dutch and Georgian architecture, a lively waterfront and world-class restaurants add to its allure.
If you fancy a little relaxation after exploring South Africa, the beaches of Mozambique beckon. The northern islands of Quirimbas are home to endless strings of secluded, white-sand beaches; you can spend lazy days under shady palms or enjoy some of the best diving and snorkelling in the world in the glassy waters.
Lion Sands - Ivory Lodge
Lion Sands Private Game Reserve
Londolozi Private Granite Suites