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South Africa

South Africa

South Africa has a vast range of attractions from the stunning city of Cape Town to the thrill of an African safari.

South Africa Map and A-Z of Regions

Interactive Map And Full List Of Regions

South Africa's Highlights

A - Z Listing of South Africa's Regions

  1. Addo Elephant National Park
  2. Amakhala Game Reserve
  3. Amazulu Private Game Reserve
  4. Ants Reserve
  5. Balule Nature Reserve
  6. Bloemfontein
  7. Cape Agulhas
  8. Cape Town
  9. Durban
  10. Eastern Cape Game Reserves
  11. Entabeni Safari Conservancy
  12. Gondwana Game Reserve
  13. Greater Kruger Park Safari
  14. Hazyview
  15. Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve
  16. Johannesburg
  17. Kapama Game Reserve
  18. Kariega Game Reserve
  19. Karongwe Private Game Reserve
  20. Klaserie Game Reserve
  21. Kruger National Park
  22. Kwandwe Game Reserve
  23. KwaZulu-Natal Game Reserves
  24. Lalibela Game Reserve
  25. Lapalala Reserve
  26. Limpopo Province
  27. Madikwe Game Reserve
  28. Makalali Conservancy
  29. Manyeleti Game Reserve
  30. Mkuze Falls Game Reserve
  31. Nambiti Private Game Reserve
  32. Pakamisa Game Reserve
  33. Phinda Game Reserve
  34. Pilanesberg National Park
  35. Pongola Game Reserve
  36. Port Elizabeth
  37. Pumba Private Game Reserve
  38. Rovos Rail
  39. Sabi Sand Game Reserve
  40. Samara Private Game Reserve
  41. Sanbona Wildlife Reserve
  42. Shamwari Game Reserve
  43. Sibuya Game Reserve
  44. St Francis Bay
  45. St Lucia Wetland Park
  46. Sun City
  47. Swellendam
  48. Thanda Private Game Reserve
  49. The Battlefields
  50. The Blue Train
  51. The Cape Peninsula
  52. The Cape Winelands
  53. The Drakensberg
  54. The Eastern Cape
  55. The Garden Route
  56. The Klein Karoo
  57. The Northern Cape
  58. The Waterberg
  59. The Wild Coast
  60. Thornybush Game Reserve
  61. Thula Thula Game Reserve
  62. Timbavati Game Reserve
  63. Ubizane Wildlife Reserve
  64. Welgevonden Private Game Reserve
South Africa

Visa Requirements

Visitors from the UK, USA, most European countries, and Australia do not require tourist visas for a stay of up to 90 days.

Vistors from other countries should check the visa requirements.

When to visit

South Africa is a year-round destination, however there are some things you may want to consider when planning your trip.

The Southern Hemisphere summer (October to April) is the most popular time for visitors to Cape Town and the Garden Route as this part of the country enjoys warm, dry, sunny summer days at this time of year. 

Whilst the Kruger Park is a great place to visit at any time of year, it is arguably at its best between May and August.  At this time of year  the temperature is cooler, and it is easier to find the animals as they tend to congregate around waterholes and rivers.  This is also ofen the best time to find a special offer or lower price as a safari lodge.

The whale watching season in Hermanus runs from July to October.