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South Africa

South Africa Travel Tips

“By-ye-ti” or, “I salute you”, is the warm African greeting welcoming you to South Africa!

If you’re ready for adventure, you’ve arrived. South Africa is the ideal destination for those seeking to combine a wildlife safari with the opportunity to experience cosmopolitan cities, richly diverse cultures, excellent wine and food and stunning scenery. It’s sure to be an unforgettable experience.

Located on the Western tip of the continent, Cape Town is the most popular tourist destination in South Africa thanks to the good climate, rich history, and scenic beauty. Home to Table Mountain and countless fine dining experiences, Cape Town is brimming with adventure, culture, and culinary arts.

South Africa produces some of the world’s finest wines. Enjoy exploring these world-famous regions that maintain their old-world charm.

Our safaris offer an award-winning nature experience. Want to see Africa's majestic wildlife? Seeing a lion, elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, or rhino on a nature reserve can be a truly life-changing experience. With our tours, you are always accompanied by an experienced game ranger, who will provide interesting information and anecdotes about the inhabitants of the bush. You’ll enjoy both morning and evening game drives in 4x4 safari vehicles. Each safari game drive is an opportunity to discover something new.

When you’re ready for relaxation and culinary delights, paired with a truly wild adventure, South Africa is for you.

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Cape Town is currently experiencing a drought and water conservation measures have been implemented. Hotels are trying to reduce their water consumption, but other tourism activities and hospitality services have not been disrupted. The city is as beautiful as ever and open for business!

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