Africa is a land of diversity. It is a melting pot of cultures, a society where African meets European. You will see the modern city of Cape Town contrast with the traditional African way of life.

You will be thrilled by not only the incredible diversity but also the abundance of the wildlife that can be seen in their natural environment. There are the game parks and the wetlands to provide you with the chance to personally experience wildlife in Southern Africa.

Southern Africa provides you with a great variety of landscapes. From the Blyde River Canyon that plunges to a depth of 700metres to the seascapes of the Cape, you will be in for a visual treat. You will be in awe of the African sunset. From wherever you see Victoria Falls – whether it is Zambia or Zimbabwe you will see why it is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Here cruise the Zambezi River at night to view some of the most spectacular sunsets!

The Garden Route is a beautiful stretch of countryside from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town. There are charming villages, beautiful beaches and great wineries!

You will love the beauty of Botswana. Here you will have a different experience to the game parks and wetlands of South Africa. Botswana too abounds in big game, birds, crocodiles and hippos. At the Chobe River you will see herds of elephants drinking and cooling off and more beautiful sunsets. At the Okavango Delta ,experience the tranquil waterways – one of the world’s last true wilderness areas.

It is a good idea to choose two or three countries to experience the diversity of Southern Africa. Southern Africa has a life beat of its own!!

Seasonal Travel

Southern Africa has the same seasons as Australia. The time of year you choose to visit depends on the focus of your trip. South Africa is hot in summer and moderate in winter. Most regions have summer rainfall except the Cape which has winter rainfall.

In Southern Africa the winter months, May to September, are drier so the game is more easily spotted in the thinner grasses. However, you can get good viewing on either side of these months. In Botswana, the Okavango Delta is popular from April to October.


Kruger National Park but you must do a a private game park 
Victoria Falls – a helicopter will guarantee the best view. 
Capetown – The cable car up to Table Mountain is a must! 
Cape of Good Hope
The Garden Route and wineries 
Okavango Delta – a unique wetland experience not to be missed 
Chobe National Park – famous for its elephant herds and river life. 
African sunset – these are magnificent wherever you are!