SOUTH AFRICA

World class safari; tracking beasts and giants from grassy plains to wild coasts.

All of our itineraries are tailor made to your specific needs, using our expert knowledge to craft your dream trip. Here are some examples to help inspire and excite your Tribe

SOUTH AFRICA: CAPE TOWN AND THE GARDEN ROUTE

 

15 Days

From £1,250 per person, based on a family of 4 sharing.

Plus international flights, from £600 per adult.

Includes Cape Town, the Winelands, Oudtshoorn & the Karoo, Knysna & Plettenberg Bay, Addo Elephant Park and the Cape Peninsular.

Recommended for travel between September - April.

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SOUTH AFRICA: THE ELEPHANT COAST - WILDLIFE & WILD BEACHES

 

12 Days

From £1,750 per person, based on a family of 4 sharing.

Plus international flights, from £600 per adult.

Includes Durban & Umhlanga Rocks, St Lucia & southern iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, Maputaland coast & northern iSimangaliso Wetland Park and Durban.

Recommended for travel between March - October.

WHY TAKE YOUR TRIBE TO SOUTH AFRICA?

South Africa offers a diverse and exciting family adventure.  With year-round sunshine, superb wildlife, awesome beaches and a fantastic outdoor lifestyle, you’ll come back home and wonder why on Earth you ever left!  There is also the added benefit of having very little time difference from the UK; meaning children’s sleep doesn’t need to alter too much! 

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WHEN TO GO

South Africa is a year-round destination, due to its varying regional climates.  Generally, Cape Town and the Garden Route has gorgeous hot, sunny weather during the South African summer (Nov - March).  The north and eastern provinces (Durban up to Johannesburg) can get very hot, with late afternoon downpours during these months.  Game viewing opportunities in the northern and eastern regions are therefore better suited to South African winters (May - September).

JANUARY - FEBRUARY

Summer; hot and sunny in Cape Town and along the Garden Route.  Very hot in the north and eastern regions, with some late afternoon rain.

MARCH - APRIL

Best time to travel; warm and sunny with little rain.

MAY

The start of winter means peak season crowds have gone.  The weather is warm and generally dry, although chilly in the evenings.  Safaris, especially in the north and east, are often fantastic at this time of year.  However, it's worth noting, towards the end of the month, Cape Town can become rainy and cold.

JUNE - AUGUST

Winter months; a great time for safaris in the north and eastern regions, which are generally warm and dry.  Cape Town is often cold, wet and windy, but the Western Cape coast (Hermanus and Plettenberg Bay) sees the start of the whale watching season (July - Nov).

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER

Spring is a great time to travel throughout South Africa. Rainfall decreases in the Cape, bringing plenty of sunshine and warm weather.  Wildlife is often easier to spot, as its not too hot and the whale watching season is still in full flow.

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

Summer returns; a wonderful time to visit Cape Town and the Garden Route. Starts to get hot and humid in the north and east, with late afternoon thunderstorms.

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