South Africa & Namibia have a variety of accommodations available.

We will help you select your preferred accommodation-type from :
– In-city hotels (all star gradings) and locations,
– Suburban b&b’s & guesthouses,
– Country b&b’s & guesthouses,
– Rustic or luxury game lodges.


Day Excursions

If you are pressed for time or have a few hours to spare, it may be worthwhile to fit in either a quick tour of a city, a museum or a sight.
It could be the experience of yesteryear at a museum, or maybe the call of the African wildlife that attracts you?
Approximately two hours out of the city and you will be immersed in the bushvelds of South Africa or Namibia.
Maybe it is a bit of shopping that you need to do, but don’t know where to go for the best curios and gifts? Let us help you here.


Overland trips

South Africa & Namibia have an array of national game parks within their borders.
Four and a half hours from Johannesburg, in the Mpumalanga region, is the world-renowned Kruger National Park,
with a variety of accommodation options from tented to luxury suites. Experience the uniqueness of Africa’s Big Five, and sample traditional cuisine under the night skies while the bush calls out into the night.

Kwa-Zulu Natal nestles between the warm Indian Ocean and the green hills and mountains.
This is the region where many battles were fought during the 1800’s between the Boers, the British and the Zulus.
The San bushmen inhabited the hills of KZN, some of their rock art paintings are still visible and tell the tales of these remarkable people.

The Western Cape is a firm favourite with visitors to South Africa.
This is the Mother City, with the majestic Table Mountain as its iconic landmark.
Steeped in history going back to the Dutch and French Huguenot settlers, the Cape is also the most south-western point of South Africa.
No trip to Cape Town would be complete without a visit to a few wine estates.



With an extremely favourable exchange rate for tourists,
many visitors to South Africa find it hard to go home without a shopping trip under their belt.
The variety is endless, maybe it’s the exquisite African curios that will proudly grace your home and office,
or the world-renowned local brands that one finds in our many world-class shopping centres.
South Africa is renowned the world over for its production of gold and diamonds too!

From the heritage of our Indian and Malay population, the country is also home to many spice-infused cuisines.
Enter one of the spice stores, and you’re bound to take home some very special flavours.

Remember too, that as a tourist, purchases over R250 are exempt from South African tax.
Facilities are in place at South Africa’s international airports for visitors to claim back taxes paid, prior to their final departure back home.