The very best of South Africa
“A whole world in one country”… If you travel through the country you will understand. It’s one of the most multi-faceted countries on this planet, between untouched nature and pulsating cities. The variety of the wonderful landscapes ranges from snow-capped mountains, rain forests and the famous savannahs. The Indian and the Atlantic Ocean are surrounding the beautiful coast lines and allows fantastic views of the open sea.
West Cape and Western Cape Province
Cape Town, in an exceptionally beautiful location directly by the sea, is a vibrant city in lovely contrast to the Western Cape Province. Both of them with a stunning view of the majestic Table Mountain.
Cape of Good Hope
View from Dias Point Lighthouse
South Africa is famous for it’s delicate wines. Most of them come from the cultivation area at West Cape. The destination is not only interesting for wine lovers, because of its amazing mountains, passes and the historic towns of Paarl, Franschoek and Stellenbosch.
A traditional architectural style found mostly in the Western Cape of South Africa is the Cape Dutch architecture:
The Cango Caves
A natural wonder as spectacular as it is beautiful. About 30 km outside Oudtshoorn in the foothills of the Swartberg, the Cango Caves can be found. Formed by rainwater, eroding rock and limestone, the caves offer a beautiful view.
A paradise for outdoor lovers. Hikers and horse riders will find numerous exciting places for their passion.
Blyde River Canyon
One of the first things you think about when you hear South Africa is certainly its gorgeous wildlife. If you be lucky you can catch a glimpse of all the big five game animals lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros in their natural surroundings. The best chance to see all of them is the Kruger Nationalpark.
The Golden Gate National Park has a huge network of nature trails situated in the foothills of the Maluti Mountains. Worth to see because of its spectacular sandstone formations.
Pilanesburg National Park, a large reserve with a big variety of wildlife is located at the North-West Province.
Addo Elephant National Park
Situated in the Eastern Cape close to Port Elizabeth and the 3rd-largest national park at South Africa. Home of the ‘Big 7’ including Great White Shark and Southern Right Whale.
Tsitsikamma National Park
It’s an part of the Garden Route National Park, on the southern coast. Local vegetation like the Big Tree, a towering yellowwood, with an exciting look shapes the landscape of the Park. On the Mouth Trail the wonderful Storms River can be crossed by a suspension bridge.
The Hole in the Wall at Coffee Bay – one of the most beautiful beaches in South Africa. The gently rolling hills offer a nice contrast to the breathtakingly steep cliffs and vast waves of Coffee Bay.
It’s the capital city of South Africa and known for the 70,000 Jacaranda trees originally from the tropical part of South America, which are planted in streets, parks and gardens. The city is full of historical and architectural sights like the Church Square, the historical center of Pretoria.