The incredible cultures, landscapes and wildlife of South Africa awaits you

The Rainbow Nation offers a kaleidoscope of experiences. From vineyards to gold and diamond mines, from safaris to whale watching, from a desert to a Garden Route, from beaches to mountains: start planning your luxury holiday to South Africa today!

Discover your perfect tailor-made safari

There’s exciting wildlife encounters to be had in the Kruger – the best-stocked game reserve in Africa – and self-drives to enjoy along the iconic Garden Route. There’s KwaZulu-Natal where you can hear local guides recount the dramatic battles of the Zulu Kingdom and Rorke’s Drift, and the extraordinary, water-carved potholes of Bourke’s Luck.

Explore the rich history & diverse scenery of South Africa

Whether you want cultural insights, gourmet cuisine, wildlife adventures or pure relaxation, you can customise your luxury African safari holiday to suit your interests. So, take an unforgettable journey along the beautiful Garden Route, join in with traditional tribal ceremonies or discover the exquisite white-sand beaches on Durban or Cape Town.

Tailor made travel for business on incentive or holidays

Whether you are going on holiday, traveling for business or incentive, or need to organise an event, our passionate consultants and imaginative events coordinators will make sure that you will have the priceless memories and exclusive event of a lifetime.

Effortless journeys, every mile of the way

The most economical and professional shuttle services in Durban, South Africa. We are here to cater to your transport needs. Whether it’s an airport transfer, driver hire services for the day, city tour, or private shuttle hire service, we are your ultimate solution. 

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South Africa's Attractions and Destinations

South Africa is an incredibly diverse holiday destination boasting one of the world’s most iconic cities in oceanside Cape Town, surrounded by rugged mountains, glorious vineyards and the sandy beaches of the Western Cape; you have the historic battlefields and world heritage wetlands of KwaZulu Natal further east while the wildlife rich plains of Kruger National Park, one of the best places to see the Big Five, lie to the north beyond the lofty Drakensberg Mountains. South Africa is undoubtedly a land for all people and all seasons.

South Africa's glorious coastline enjoys the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and the colder waters of the Atlantic providing a unique opportunity to combine wildlife viewing on land with the chance to see the Marine Big Five: penguins, seals, whales, dolphins and sharks. You can enjoy whale and dolphin watching from the shore and by boat, you can kayak with seals, walk with penguins and you can even cage dive with sharks. 

Cape Town 

Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most historically important cities. The Mother City, as the locals call it, offers the visitor the best of South Africa’s natural and cosmopolitan attractions. From the world-renowned wine producing regions, to the exquisite natural beauty of Table Mountain National Park and everything inbetween. Curate your holiday experience and let us do the rest for you.

Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park lies across the provinces of Mpumalanga and Limpopo in the north of South Africa, just south of Zimbabwe and west of Mozambique. It now forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park - a peace park that links Kruger National Park. This is the land of baobabs, fever trees, knob thorns, marula and mopane trees underneath which lurk the Big and Little Five and more species of mammals than any other African Game Reserve.


Durban is multicultural city shaped by a complex collaborative history involving the early colonial settlers, the indigenous Zulu population, and the Indian community who arrived as indentured laborers in the 19th century.The wonderful food, ceremonies and festivals of the city’s Indian residents has greatly enriched Durban’s cultural landscape.Durban’s harbour, around which the city developed, is one of the most important, and certainly the busiest in Africa, serving the hinterland and landlocked countries to the north.

The Zulu Kingdom

One way to get to experience traditional culture is to visit one of the many cultural villages, or what are often referred to as ‘living museums’. At places such as Shakaland, Dumazulu or Simunye, it is possible to catch a glimpse of a lifestyle and traditions that are slowly transforming. Here you can sleep over in a traditional Zulu homestead, sample traditional Zulu cuisine and Nqombothi (Zulu beer), and visit a traditional healer who can also take you for a walk to teach you something about the many fascinating medicinal plants still used by a vast majority of rural South Africans.

Cape Winelands 

About 40 km to the east of Cape Town, lying in the shadow of a continuous belt of Cape fold mountains, lies a series of generous valleys known as the Cape Winelands – a collection of historic towns, little hamlets and Cape Dutch farmsteads that provide well-regarded South African wines to the world. These mountains create an incredible scenic backdrop for a myriad vines, but they are also one of the reasons wines do so well here. Their geological compositions provide unique soil conditions that directly effect the character of wine.

HluHluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve

The Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park lies in the heart of “old Zululand” and is rich in history dating back to the early Iron Age and the hey-day of the Zulu Kingdom of King Shaka. The Park contains many historic sites. This fascinating game reserve covers 96 000ha and is comprised of the Hluhluwe and iMfolozi Game Reserves. The Corridor Game Reserve, established in 1989, links the two older parks. *Optional excursions for a boat ride through an estuary, a wild cat sanctuary or a Zulu cultural village.

Madikwe Game Reserve 

Madikwe is a prime wildlife reserve and safari destination with a choice of excellent luxury accommodation venues. The reserve comprises of 75 000 hectare of pristine, malaria-free African bush located in South Africa's North West Province, on the western side of the Marico River. A true African Eden offering the discerning safari lover access to the big five, including black rhino along other rare species such African Wild Dog and Cheetah as part of its 120 resident mammal species and 350 recorded species of birds.

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