South Africa
Considered the jewel of the crown, fondly referred to as the rainbow nation where people live the virtues of compassion and humanity known as 'Ubuntu'

If South Africa had a dating profile it would read ‘naturally beautiful, confident, extroverted, fun-loving, charming, with a great sense of humour and a romantic heart’. Located on the southernmost tip of the African continent, South Africa is marked by several distinct ecosystems. Inland The Africa Concierge guest can explore many exceptional cities and national parks, while the Western Cape region consists of the cosmopolitan and award winning mother city of Cape Town,

beneath tits famous flat-topped Table Mountain. Not to mention lush winelands, many blue flag beaches, pristine forests and lagoons along the Garden Route. South Africa is home to eleven official languages and therefore a mecca of cultural diversity which reflects exquisitely in the style of dress and unique African cuisine, infused by flavours of Indonesian Cape Malay, Portuguese Mozambique and European influences. South Africa will both surprise and delight you.

Areas to visit...
  • Cape Town
  • Cape Winelands
  • Garden Route
  • KwaZulu-Natal
  • Kruger National Park
  • Sun City
South Africa is special because...
The beaches
Cape Town has the best urban beaches in the world, while the beaches along the Garden Route and KwaZulu-Natal offer tropical coral reefs
The wildlife
South Africa is home to an abundance of national parks and private game reserves which are famous for hosting Big 5 Safari destinations
The food & wine
The Cape Winelands hosts beautiful estates where one can sample award-winning wines and enjoy some of the world's best cuisine
The outdoor activities
South Africa offers sunshine, rivers, mountains and oceans which gives the explorative traveller endless adventure options
The people
Many visitors comment on the fact that South Africans smile a lot, that the people are warm and inviting melting pot of fascinating cultures
Explorative experiences in South Africa
Table Mountain
You can take a transcendent hike up Table Mountain via Platteklip Gorge and then travel back down with the cable car to rest your legs
Eshowe in Zululand
You can join Zulu festivals which was done by early Zulu kings, including a reed dance with thousands of Zulu maidens and warriors
Pantsula dancers
You can witness one of the most energetic dance forms in South Africa, originated in the townships of Sophiatown during the 1950s
Great white sharks
You can partake in shark conservation by cage diving in Gansbaai in the Western Cape, a truly personalised and exclusive experience

South Africa is the perfect gateway to other African and Indian Ocean Island destinations…