SABI SANDS • SOUTHERN MOZAMBIQUE • PHINDA PRIVATE GAME RESERVE
This 10 night itinerary combines the best of bush and beach in South Africa and Mozambique. Begin with a 3 night stay in an intimate, luxury safari lodge in Savannah Private Game Reserve surrounded by beautiful bushveld views looking out onto a floodlit waterhole.
You will then fly to the south east coast of Mozambique to the gorgeous beachside escape of White Pearl Resorts. Situated in a sublime position, you can kick back and enjoy 2km of soft white sand beach surrounded by vast tracts of untouched bush.
Cross over the border into the northern regions of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa for your stay in Phinda Private Reserve. Here you can enjoy morning and afternoon game drives, nature walks, excellent birding, riverboat cruises and canoeing.
CAPE TOWN • KRUGER • JOHANNESBURG • KHWAI • SELINDA SPILLWAY
This 12 night itinerary combines some of the finest locations in South Africa and Botswana. Begin with a stay in Cape Town, South Africa and explore the city's greatest attractions from the Table Mountain Cableway and V & A Waterfront to Camps Bay and Clifton beaches, Kirstenbosch Gardens or trendy Kloof and Long Streets. Enjoy a 3 night safari at the wonderful Tanda Tula Safari Camp located in the Timbavati Private Game Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger National Park. Fly to Botswana and spend 2 nights on the eastern tongue of the Okavango Delta in the game rich Khwai area overlooking the Moremi Game Reserve. Finish your holiday at the remote and secluded Motswiri Camp which operates exclusively in a small private concession of pristine wilderness in the Selinda Reserve in northern Botswana.
PORT ELIZABETH • KNYSNA • WINELANDS • CAPE TOWN
First time visitors to Africa often choose South Africa. It’s very good value, you can self-drive or be fully guided. There are so many options of places to go and things to do suitable for most budgets. It’s perfect for all ages, especially families and is the most romantic honeymoon destination. One favoured option is the Eastern Cape; you can go on safari, visit the wine lands, stop at the beach and see Cape Town, staying in excellent guest houses or small boutique hotels where the friendly hospitality and top class food and wine will immediately win you over. Here is a taster of this sort of itinerary on a mid-range budget.