Where your southern neighbor throws Flemish fries in the fryer, ours puts the fire in the braai! South Africa is seen by many as the ultimate holiday destination in Sub-Saharan Africa and with good reason! With the perfect mix of African adventure and strong European (Dutch!) influences, this is the African entry point.
The gigantic country has a diverse arsenal of landscapes, views, activities, and impressive history. And with a coastline of over 2800 kilometers, you will find plenty of hidden beaches. In addition, South Africa is the second-largest wine importing country in the world after France. Do I need to say more? The cherry on the cake of any South African adventure is of course the mother city of Cape Town or cultural Johannesburg!
We have discovered the hidden gems for you and would love to show them to you. Any questions? Our South Africa specialists are happy to help: request a free quote or start a chat!
Looking ahead: which route & what can we expect?
City of Gold: the young hearted are also sensitive to hipster neighborhoods
Ancient rock paintings at the farm stay around the corner
Op zoek naar een homestay in The Kingdom in Sky – succes of niet?
One of the greatest heroes of the 20th century for SA and the world!
A farm on one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Africa!
Off the beaten track pur sang: ultimate finish & highlight of this route!
Elephants & kingfishers, wildlife watching in the Eastern Cape with mum!
Hidden gems on the Garden Route: rough & savage sustainable farm life!
The world’s largest bird: history & present!
Safari in the Western Cape: Whales, birds & ma in violation!
Unknown wine regions but “tasty!” Robertson Valley & Elgin!
Table Mountain, Cape of Good Hope, penguins & the waterfront!
A critical review of the trip: what did the young hearted think?
The savannahs and their wildlife cannot be taken for granted. Africa’s population is growing rapidly and human-wildlife conflicts are the order of the day. We traveled to northern Kenya to see the different types of conservancies and develop new sustainable experiences.