An incredible destination with wonders to discover across the country, from the history of Cape Town to the pleasures of the wine country and the seasonal migrating whales off the rugged coast. In addition to a spellbinding luxury family safari, you can make a difference in disadvantaged communities, such as renovating a day care center, and leave a lasting legacy.
Ways you can help
- Change lives in disadvantaged communities throughout the country
- Experience the diversity and vibrancy of Cape Town
- Be in awe of the views from Table Mountain
- Savor superb wines and enjoy stunning scenery in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek – mecca for foodies too
- Explore Cape Peninsula on bike or foot and kayak with penguins
- Encounter the “Big 5” animals and more on luxury safari
- Delight in the varied scenery of the Garden Route
The price for a 10 day trip to South Africa costs from $12,995 (£10,502, €12,323) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.
River Bend Lodge and Villa - Garden Route
River Bend Lodge and Villa
Located on a private concession adjacent to Addo National Park, this comfortable lodge has 8 rooms plus there is a separate, exclusive use villa that...
Kurland - Garden Route
This classic country house between Plettenberg Bay and Nature's Valley is surrounded by rolling fields with horses, and plays host to regular polo matches over...
Gondwana Lodge - Garden Route
The design is that of a thatched homestead, and the twelve oversized suites overlook Bellair Dam as well as the Anysberg Mountains. The lodge runs...
Kensington place - Cape Town
Kensington Place is a hip boutique hotel, nestled at the foot of Table Mountain, in the desirable Higgovale neighborhood. The V&A Waterfront is a 15-minute...
Tswalu Kalahari - Kalahari
The largest private game reserve in South Africa, there are 100,000 hectares to explore. Guest numbers are restricted to 30, so you feel remote and...
Sanbona Lodges - Western Cape
Seated at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountain Range in the heart of South Africa's Little Karoo, Sanbona pays tribute to the San people who...
Pafuri River Camp - Sabi Sand Kruger and Timbavati
Pafuri River Camp
Pafuri Camp is situated along the banks of the Luvuvhu River in the far north of Kruger. The remote 24,000 hectare concession is the largest...
Morukuru Family - Madikwe
This section of land is more exclusive than the rest of Madikwe and you can feel the privacy as you arrive. The two bush villas...
Leshiba Wilderness - Limpopo
Leshiba Wilderness is a nature and game reserve at the top of Limpopo's Soutpansberg Mountains, South Africa's northernmost range. Leshiba features a mix of indigenous...
Hamiltons Tented Camp - Sabi Sand Kruger and Timbavati
Hamiltons Tented Camp
This Tented Camp is in the Mluwati concession in Kruger National Park offering you a colonial style safari experience with luxurious tented lodgings - taking...
Great Fish River Lodge - Eastern Cape
Great Fish River Lodge
This founding lodge in Kwandwe Reserve features a classic-contemporary style of simple elegance that embraces the lodge's splendid setting high up on a steep bank...
Garonga and Little Garonga - Kruger Park
Garonga and Little Garonga
Garonga is an exclusive 12-bed safari camp situated west of Kruger National Park in South Africa’s Limpopo Province. Whilst offering viewing of big game such...
Bushmans Kloof - Western Cape
Located 180 miles (270 kilometres) from Cape Town, Bushmans Kloof is an eco-luxury oasis in a landscape of ancient rock formations. A predator and malaria-free...
Camp Jabulani - Sabi Sand Kruger and Timbavati
Located in its own private reserve, this property promises the Big Five on your doorstep. You are encouraged spot them on elephant back, arranged with...
Morukuru Ocean Lodge - Garden Route
Morukuru Ocean Lodge
This exclusive-use villa is in a sublime location inside De Hoop Nature Reserve, in between Hermanus and Mossel Bay. There are four rooms, all with...
Tintswalo Atlantic - Cape Peninsula and Penguins
Recently damaged by a horrible fire (due to re-open November 2015), nestled at the base of Chapman’s Peak, overlooking the Cape’s iconic Sentinel, lies the...
Sarili Lodge – Shamwari - Eastern Cape
Sarili Lodge – Shamwari
Despite its popularity, you'll hardly see anyone on your stay in Shamwari Reserve, apart from the other guests in your lodge, your ranger and your lodge's...
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge - Sabi Sand Kruger and Timbavati
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
On the border of South Africa and Mozambique and in the heart of the Kruger National Park, this is a next generation luxury camp. Ingenious...
Grootbos - Hermanus
An eco-luxury gem nestled in between whale watching capital Hermanus and Great White Shark capital, with separate divisions for families and couples, as well as...
Ecca Lodge - Eastern Cape
Kwandwe Ecca Lodge is a small, 6 suite modern safari lodge which has been designed to be luxurious and family-friendly. It is located on rolling...
Did you know
South Africa is crammed with natural beauty, culture and wildlife. South Africa is Africa’s wealthiest country with good infrastructure, but there’s still plenty of poverty. South Africa was the first African country to host the FIFA World Cup, in 2010.
The best time to see wildlife is May – September. Best time to visit Cape Town and Western SA is October – March; best time to visit the North and Eastern SA, is May – October.
Kruger National Park is Africa’s oldest established wildlife park (1898) and offers one of the best safari experiences in Africa. It boasts the highest variety of wildlife in Africa which includes the “Big Five”, hippos, crocodiles, giraffe, cheetah and much more.
Blyde River Canyon is the third largest canyon in the world – and the largest green one. The Grand Canyon in the U.S. is the biggest, and the Fish River Canyon in Namibia the second, but both are very dry.
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Jennifer Holt, UK