Addo Elephant National Park
Addo Elephant National Park is South Africa’s third largest national park and has fantastic conservation and biodiversity programmes to protect its beautiful flora and fauna. Stretching from the coast of the Eastern Cape all the way to the Karoo in the north over the Zuurberg Mountains, the park is made up of woodland, grassland, and coastal areas, forming a rich biodiverse landscape.
Amakhala Game Reserve
This 7.000 ha park has seen the reintroduction of animals to an area of the Eastern Cape where they once roamed freely. Game drives and boat cruises up and down the Bushman’s River can mean sightings of all members of the Big 5, as well as the endemic black wildebeest and the rare Cape clawless otter. Guests can be accommodated in a selection of 10 luxury establishments throughout.
Thanks to the massive variety of attractions, the Atlantic Seaboard is one of Cape Town's premier tourist spots. There are many ways to explore this vibrant part of the Mother City; however, it’s best to do it on foot.
Aus is a small desert settlement in the south-west of Namibia set against the rocky Aus Mountains. It is home to 300 desert-adapted wild Namib horses which can be seen drinking at Garub waterhole.
Breede River Valley
With over 50 wine estates, the Breede River Valley is a picturesque stretch of land found between the mountains of the Western Cape. The area is littered with quaint towns like Montagu, and is home to Route 62, the longest wine route in the world.
Bwabwata National Park
Bwabwata National Park is a large, but little-known, sub-tropical game reserve in north-eastern Namibia. Few places allow you to experience the variety of sand dunes, swamps, forest, and green river beds with such abundant wildlife.
A renowned port wine-producing centre in the Klein Karoo, Calitzdorp lies on Route 62, South Africa’s famous wine route, and boasts many well-established local wine cellars. With its scenic surroundings, the town is also popular with bird-watchers and fishing enthusiasts.
Camps Bay is idyllically wedged between Lion’s Head and a pristine Atlantic Ocean beach. However, it’s the lifestyle that keeps the area so popular. The vibe is festive and laid-back—precisely what you want from a beachside holiday.
Cape Agulhas is the southernmost tip in Africa and it’s here where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. Visitors can climb the 71 steps of the oldest working lighthouse in South Africa, hike between the fynbos, go mountain biking, or take a dip in the cold waters.