South Africa’s Cape ClassicInspiration Itinerary | Cape Town & Winelands in style
From tabletop mountains to beaches with penguins, all the way through to divine mouth-watering cuisine and valleys full of vineyards, Cape Town is an exceptionally varied and vibrant city where the possibilities for enjoyment are almost endless. Exploring this cosmopolitan city and its surrounds can easily be done at your leisure by hire car, or though escorted or private tours where you will learn about the history and culture of the region. Stay in some of our favourite luxury properties, chosen because of their location and exquisite design, and enjoy the allure of a destination where there is truly something for everyone.
South African Bush LuxuryInspiration Itinerary | Kruger, Kalahari & Cape in Style
This luxury safari of South Africa combines the world-renowned Sabi Sands in the Greater Kruger, famed for the Big Five - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo & rhino, and a rare beauty; the Kalahari. The diversity of animals in the Kalahari is extraordinary, with many species not seen in most other safari destinations, including wild dog, meerkats, aardwolf, African wild cat and brown hyena. Tswalu in the Kalahari contrasts perfectly with a safari experience in the Kruger. Then, to top off the perfect safari combination, visit Cape Town to celebrate all that you have seen and experienced, enjoying world-class cuisine in one of the world's most beautiful cities.
Kwazulu Natal Battlefields & BushInspiration Itinerary | South Africa's Historical Heritage
Rovos Rail – Pretoria to Cape TownRail Journey | Pretoria to Cape Town
Established in 1989, Rovos Rail has a world-class reputation. Train journeys varying from 2 to 15 days combine some of Africa's greatest destinations with a variety of daily off-train excursions. On board, sit back in the vintage wood-panelled coaches as the extraordinary scenery unfolds in front of you. With discreet and friendly service, top cuisine and a selection of South Africa’s finest wines, Rovos Rail harks back to a more elegant era encompassing the romance of African exploration.