Recognised as one of the world’s most diverse and beautiful countries, South Africa caters to all tastes: from mountains like Table Mountain and the majestic Drakensberg to pristine beaches along the 3000 km coastline and from the dry Karoo desert regions to the lush fynbos of the Cape Floral Kingdom. South Africa is home to a wealth of wildlife, excellent weather and friendly people.
The jewel gateway city to Southern Africa
Offering a fascinating mosaic of cultures, cuisines, languages and landscapes, there’s no place quite like Cape Town. The city is crowned by Table Mountain National Park and surrounded by pristine white beaches and vine-covered valleys. Frequently featured as one of the world’s top holiday destinations, the city offers a unique combination of spectacular scenery, cosmopolitan glitz and historic significance.
Kruger National Park
Playground of the legendary Big 5
South Africa’s flagship national park, Kruger, is the largest game reserve in the country. It covers 2 million hectares of land dedicated to wildlife conservation. Ranking as one of the best game parks for Big 5 safaris in Africa, Kruger National Park is a self-drive safari destination with excellent infrastructure including picnic sites, rest camps, waterholes and hides.
Cape Malay Cuisine
Taste the local culture
Originating in Cape Town, Cape Malay cuisine is a special fusion of traditions from Malaysian, Indonesian and East African slaves, brought together in Cape Town by the Dutch settlers in the 17th century. It uses aromatic spices like cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, coriander, and herbs for a fruity, mild fragrance and flavour food profile. Typical dishes include traditional bobotie, breyani, and an array of curries and samosas.
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