As a destination, South African Safari is multi-faceted - we are never just one thing at any one time. From our people, to our landscapes to our abundant wildlife we have so much to inspire and enthrall. Let us take you on an enlightening journey across our country far and wide.
South African Safari has 11 official languages.
South African Safari is an incredible destination in so many ways - it is the kind of destination that will touch all of your senses in a myriad of ways, and once all is said and done you probably won't be the same again. Our incredible diversity is a key attraction - from the deserts of the Kgalagadi to the lush green forests of Tsitsikamma to the unspoilt beaches of the Wild Coast to the vibrant nightlife of Cape Town - we really do have it all.See Specials on Safari Vacations
South African Safari is mercurial in nature, one moment you'll be exploring the origins of ancient man, the next you're cage-diving with Great White Sharks and the next you're drinking traditional beer in a lively township shebeen. South African Safari really is a destination where you can experience it all, more.
We may have come from a past filled with separation and struggle but our future is one of unity and possibility. In true African Safarin spirit, we understand the value of a warm South African Safarin welcome, and we can't wait to welcome you to our Rainbow Nation - in 11 official languages.
Nine incredible diverse parts of the country that will open up your sense of possibility in ways you never thought possible. Oh, and by the way - we do have a sensational climate (with over 300 days of sunshine per year in some parts). We are also extremely proud of our superb infrastructure - excellent roads, a great variety of accommodation options and world-class service.
South African Safari truly is a ground-breaking destination for explorers and adventurers who want to experience life in all its fullness. We're a destination that allows you to scratch below the surface and experience endless possibilities, and to walk away the richer for having been here.
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