South Africa: From Cape Town to the Kruger

South Africa is one of the most biodiverse countries in Africa and it has an incredible amount to offer when it comes to safaris and tourism. There are 9 different biomes contained within South Africa, dividing the land up into numerous ecological zones sustaining completely different populations of wildlife, landscapes, terrain, and climate. This makes South Africa a destination of variety, with a huge number of ‘beach and bush’ bucket-list attractions waiting to be explored.

Pilanesberg Game Reserve

Pilanesberg is one of the most geologically significant areas in South Africa, and indeed, the world. The extinct volcano, which is a prominent feature of the reserve, dates back 1.2 million years, bringing natural history into the heart of the park. The park forms the transition zone between the Kalahari and the Lowveld – two of the country’s most popular wildlife destinations.

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Tswalu Kalahari

Tswalu Kalahari is South Africa’s largest private game reserve with 110 000 hectares of unique, unadulterated wilderness under its protection. Located in the country’s northern cape, it is a semi-arid area with desert-adapted wildlife that is not commonly found anywhere else in the country.

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The Garden Route

The Garden Route is a famous South African region stretching from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape (also part of the whale coast), along the Eastern Cape coast up to Storms River. The name of this spectacularly scenic area comes from the diversity of lush vegetation, forests, lagoons and lakes encountered along the way. There are a number of popular beach towns and mountain cabins to visit along the route, with various nature-orientated activities to indulge in.

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The Whale Coast Route

As if Cape Town’s blue-flag beaches are not reason enough to head to the sea in search of crystal clear waters, big, granite boulders, and fresh (albeit, icy) swims in the Atlantic Ocean; the world-famous Whale Coast Route is another unmissable Cape coastal destination.

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The Cape Winelands

The Cape wine route is on many travellers’ to-do lists, and not purely because some of the best wines in the world are cultivated on the slopes of the Boland, north-east of Cape Town. These regions of rolling valleys and mountain rises are majectically scenic, and provide incredible views of this unique part of the world. Eateries of top artisanal class accompany world-famous wineries, and hotels ranging from luxurious Dutch-home-style buildings, to quaint suburbian B&Bs – all found in the Cape Winelands.

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