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The Cape of Good Hope
Originally named 'Cape of Storms' by Bartholomeus Diaz in 1488, the 'Cape of Good Hope' marked the turning point for early seafarers - once it had been passed the battle of the sea was as good as won.

From game-viewing in the Kruger to the Winelands and the Cape

One of our most long-standing destinations, South Africa is not only a superlative safari destination but offers so much more for those wishing to experience its remarkable scenery, history and cultural heritage.  The enormous and game rich Kruger National Park is South Africa's principal game-viewing region where visitors will find a diverse range safari activities and accommodation at their disposal from less sophisticated, more rustic properties to the finest and most exclusive luxurious lodges. 

There are also several regions, particularly in the south, which are non-malarial, including the fantastic Addo Elephant National Park, just north of Port Elizabeth in the Cape.

Beyond enjoying South Africa's fantastic game-viewing opportunities, you might consider heading along the beautiful Garden Route or spending a few days in and around Cape Town - and wine lovers are sure to be intrigued by the Cape's extensive winelands.

With thanks to Michael Poliza and Wilderness Safaris for the above picture

Kruger National Park
South Africa's flagship park boasting an impressive array of flora and fauna
The Garden Route
A beautiful stretch of coastline in the Eastern and Western Cape
Cape Town
A fabulous and diverse city overlooked by the impressive Table Mountain
Cape Winelands
The largest wine producing region in the Western Cape

Ellerman House

Addo Elephant NP

Singita Private Game Reserve

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