Where to go in Africa in April

Where to go in Africa in April

Enjoy the Late Summer Sun in South Africa

For those heading off on their travels in April, South Africa is probably one of the top destinations without a doubt.  However, there are other countries that also hold an appeal for travellers - and especially if you are into diving or snorkelling, this is one of the best times to don your snorkel mask and explore the underwater coral reefs off one of the many island coastlines in Seychelles.

Quick 'At a Glance' Summary

  • One of the best times to visit absolutely anywhere in South Africa
  • Enjoy reduced rates for your Botswana safari
  • Dive or snorkel in beautifully clear waters in Seychelles
  • Enjoy elephant viewing at one of Hwange's waterholes

South Africa

Wine Tasting in the Cape WinelandsThe temperatures across the entire country are very pleasant during the day and night, making April a lovely time to be in South Africa wherever and whatever you choose to do.

Enjoy the vibrant citylife in Cape Town, explore the Garden Route, track wildlife on daily morning and afternoon safari game drives in Kruger or in Madikwe, visit the battlefields of KwaZulu Natal or go wine tasting in the lush vineyards around Franschhoek and Stellenbosch - the choices are endless and you will find a holiday to suit any budget too.

As Easter normally falls sometime during this month most years, availability can be an issue so we would advise booking as early as possible if you want to get away for the Easter break – and be prepared too for flight prices to also rise in price for travel over the immediate Easter weekend.


If you are looking for an island-hopping adventure, then April is one of the best months to head to Seychelles. Both hot and dry, you can expect wonderfully warm and sunny days throughout your holiday. 

If you are into diving or snorkelling, then the clear visiblity will give you endless encounters with the beautiful tropical fish and colourful coral reefs that lie in the Indian Ocean depths.


The rains are easing off nicely now, and that coupled with slightly lower temperatures means days are pleasantly warm rather than stifling hot.  Many lodges and camp apply shoulder season rates, so this is an affordable time to be on safari in Botswana. The wildlife starts to return to the permanent river and waterholes in preparation for the oncoming dry season, as the rain puddles start to dry out and get smaller and smaller.


It is the start of the dry season in Hwange National Park, so you can expect clear blue skies and very little/no rain if you choose to head here for a safari holiday.  The wildlife start to gather at the waterholes as the bush begins to dry up, with the elephants taking centre stage due to their size and sheer numbers! 

Cape Town to Kruger: The Best Of South Africa

Enjoy an unforgettable safari, tour along South Africa's popular Garden Route coastline, go wine tasting in the Cape Winelands, watch whales and explore Cape Town, one of the world's most spectacular cities. Can you think of a better way to spend your holiday?

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Island-Hopping in the Seychelles

An island-hopping holiday in Seychelles is a route straight into a Robinson Crusoe style fantasy. It’s a world of giant pink boulders tumbling out of tropical jungle onto powdery white sands. Hopping from one sun-kissed slice of paradise to another, you’ll be overwhelmed by the beauty of Seychelles. It’s somewhere stunning to be stranded for a week or two.

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Affordable Botswana

Botswana is an unbeatable destination for an authentic African safari, and the itineraries here will give you the opportunity to experience it for yourself without breaking the bank. Come and see for yourself why Botswana is now rated as one of the best places to see wildlife on the planet.

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