Enjoy the museums, restaurants and shops of Cape Town.
Take a cable car up to the top of Table Mountain for incredible views of the city below.
Visit Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned during apartheid.
Enjoy a full day guided tour of the Cape Point and Peninsula and see the jackass penguin colony on Boulders Beach.
Indulge in fine food to accompany the great wines of Franschhoek and the surrounding vineyards.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in South Africa, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Tour the Cape Peninsula with a private guide — explore Cape Point and spot African penguins on Boulders Beach.
Drive through incredible scenery and visit charming towns along the Garden Route.
See whales off Plettenberg Bay (July to November) and spot seals and dolphins all year round.
Enjoy guided game drives on an Eastern Cape safari, looking out for the Big Five.
Zambia and South Africa
Take a guided walking tour of Cape Town and visit Robben Island.
Hike or take the cable car up Table Mountain for views over the city, mountains and ocean.
Track wildlife such as elephant, cheetah and wild dogs in Kruger’s Sabi Sand Wildtuin reserve.
See, hear and feel the spray of Victoria Falls from a boat, helicopter or microlight.
Soak up the art and culture of Durban and sample local Afro-Indian delicacies.
Relax at a countryside retreat in the Midlands, taking leisurely strolls along the river.
Find out about the history of the Battlefields, touring the sites with a knowledgeable guide.
Go hiking, horse riding or mountain biking in the Drakensberg Mountains.
Enjoy a shared tour of the magnificent Cape Point and Cape Peninsula.
Take a private tour of Robben Island to learn about South Africa’s apartheid history.
Go wine tasting at the various estates in and around Franschhoek and Stellenbosch.
Enjoy game drives in a private nature reserve, looking for zebra, wildebeest and antelope.
Relax and stroll on the beach in the laid-back coastal town of Paternoster.
Visit local artisans and sample some of the excellent food on offer in the Natal Midlands.
Follow hiking trails independently or with a guide in the striking Drakensberg Mountains.
Discover the history of the Battlefields area on a guided tour of two battle sites.
Spot the Big Five on morning and afternoon game drives in Zululand Rhino Reserve.
Drive along the Panorama Route for incredible views over the Drakensberg Escarpment.
Stay in a luxurious lodge in the private Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
See the Big Five on morning, afternoon and evening game drives in the Kruger.
Head out on bush walks with a knowledgeable guide to learn more about the area's wildlife.
Mauritius and South Africa
Spend an exciting few days on safari in South Africa before flying over to Mauritius for a relaxing week in a charming, boutique hotel.
Hike up to the summit of Table Mountain for sweeping views over the city and ocean.
Learn about Cape Town’s chequered history on a private guided walking tour.
Indulge in wine tasting at some of the award-winning estates in the Winelands region and go on a walking tour of the historical town of Stellenbosch.
Take relaxing strolls along Plettenberg Bay’s golden sands and enjoy whale and dolphin spotting.
Spot the Big Five and other wildlife species on safari in Addo Elephant National Park.
Take in a combination of Cape Town’s greatest highlights by heading to the top of Table Mountain by cable car before joining a privately guided tour of Cape Point Peninsula, alongside a visit to the penguins at Boulders Beach.
Sample South Africa’s renowned food and wine scene by tram, hopping between estates and award-winning restaurants for wine flights and pairings in the Cape Winelands.
Explore the Cederberg Mountains rugged landscapes on foot, while discovering ancient San rock art.
South Africa and Mozambique
Track the Big Five during morning and afternoon game drives in Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
Follow the Panorama Route to Hazyview, taking in valleys, waterfalls and canyons.
Relax on the white-sand beaches of Mozambique’s Machangulo Peninsula.
Have a picnic on a secluded island and go snorkelling, fishing, diving and kayaking.
Mauritius and South Africa
Enjoy a fantastic safari in South Africa followed by relaxation at the beautiful 5* Constance Le Prince Maurice Resort in Mauritius.
Track the Big Five on twice-daily game drives.
Discover the 350 bird species found within the Kruger National Park.
Enjoy a scenic transfer and marvel at the breathtaking views on the Panorama Route.
Kayak, dive and snorkel in Mozambique's warm Indian Ocean waters.
South Africa and Namibia
Explore South Africa's lesser known west coast.
Visit pretty seaside fishing villages.
Drive through mountains, deserts and wild flowers.
Learn about local culture and history with the San People.
Hike the world's second largest canyon.
Zambia and South Africa
Enjoy views across Cape Town from the top of Table Mountain and tour Robben Island.
Explore the Cape Peninsula and go wine tasting in the Winelands on two private tours.
Spot the Big Five on a luxury safari in a private game reserve within the Kruger.
Admire one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, visiting Zambia’s Victoria Falls.
Namibia, Botswana and South Africa
Climb the gigantic sand dunes at Sossusvlei.
Kayak with seals off Pelican Point.
Float through the Okavango Delta on a mokoro.
Enjoy guided bush walks in the Kwara Concession.
Experience the excitement of both daytime and night-time game drives.
Mauritius and South Africa
A perfect combination of 'Big 5' safari in the Sabi Sands and ultimate relaxation at the Oberoi in Mauritius.
Discover Cape Town’s history and culture on a private walking tour and Robben Island visit.
See African penguins and stroll through the Kirstenbosch Gardens on a Cape Peninsula tour.
Spend a day wine tasting in the Cape Winelands.
Journey across South Africa aboard the Rovos Rail, visiting lesser-known areas of the country.
End with a Big Five safari in the Sabi Sands Wildtuin private reserve, bordering the Kruger.
Zambia, Botswana and South Africa
Explore Cape Town’s history and coastline and admire the city from the summit of Table Mountain.
Track big game in Botswana and see smaller creatures on a guided bush walk.
Take in the sights and sounds of the Okavango Delta on a peaceful mokoro trip.
Admire the natural spectacle of Victoria Falls from the air and visit nearby villages and markets.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- Safaris in South Africa’s Greater Kruger Area
- Self-driving in South Africa
- Whale watching in South Africa
- Activity holidays in South Africa
- What to do in South Africa: our highlights
- Train journeys in South Africa
- A trip of two halves: the Garden Route and Eastern Cape safari
- Family holidays & safaris in South Africa
- What to do in Cape Town
Safaris in South Africa’s Greater Kruger Area
Whether you’re on a self-drive safari in Kruger National Park or enjoying guided activities in a private reserve, South Africa’s Greater Kruger offers some of the densest wildlife populations on the continent. Safari specialist Andrew outlines your options for a Kruger safari.View this travel guide
Self-driving in South Africa
With well-maintained roads and little traffic, a self-drive trip is a flexible way to explore South Africa's southern coast. Country specialist, Toby, selects his favourite drive, taking in the Garden Route, South Africa’s Winelands and finishing with time on safari.View this travel guide
Whale watching in South Africa
The annual migration of southern right whales to South Africa’s coast creates a flurry of excitement around Walker Bay, where the whales come to have their young. From boat trips to coastal walks and whale festivals, South Africa specialist Jaanki shares her whale watching tips.View this travel guide
Activity holidays in South Africa
From great white shark cage diving and whale watching, to exploring caves and a stroll around a beautiful vineyard, there's plenty our country specialists can recommend if you would like to organise a tailor-made holiday to South Africa that's full of activities.View this travel guide
What to do in South Africa: our highlights
From the vibrant capital city, Cape Town, to the world-famous Kruger National Park, home of the Big Five, South Africa is a land of exciting contrasts. Our specialists can help plan your ideal first visit to this African giant.View this travel guide
Train journeys in South Africa
Watch the scenery unfold as the clackety-clack of rail tracks pass beneath you. A trip on the famous Blue Train or Rovos Rail in South Africa are two of the great train journeys of the world.View this travel guide
A trip of two halves: the Garden Route and Eastern Cape safari
You can take in many of South Africa’s highlights along the Garden Route, from Plettenberg Bay’s golden sands to the Tsitsikamma Forest. End with a Big Five safari in the Eastern Cape. South Africa specialist Cara outlines things to see and do along the route.View this travel guide
Family holidays & safaris in South Africa
From sunny beaches to remarkable whale watching and child-friendly safaris, South Africa offers a huge variety of experiences for families of all ages. Our South Africa specialist Toby explains how to get the most of your time in the country.View this travel guide
KwaZulu-Natal has many of South Africa’s greatest attractions crammed into one province: Durban, green rolling countryside, the Drakensberg Mountains and the Battlefields, an area containing legendary military sites such as Spioenkop, Blood River, Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift.View this travel guide
What to do in Cape Town
Cape Town is a fantastic, cosmopolitan city with a superb location under Table Mountain. Any trip to South Africa is likely to include a few days here and our specialists can advise you on the many things you can see and do in this iconic city.View this travel guide