South Africa is one of the most successful countries in the world when it comes to the conservation of wilderness and wildlife on a sustainable basis. Every province has National Parks featuring different types of ecosystems - from rain forest to semi-desert. The birding opportunities are internationally acclaimed. For those interested in faun and flora, this is a paradise on earth. Our world famous Kruger Park game reserve, for example, has more species of wild mammals than any other game reserve in Africa.

  • Sip cocktails at sunset while watching animals come down to a waterhole to drink at the end of the day.
  • Do an evening safari by spotlight and spot an elusive leopard out on a hunt.
  • Go on a tented safari through privileged private wilderness sites.
  • Stay in a tree-top retreat of wood and reed and thatch built high above the ground around magnificent giant trees.
  • Take a guided walk along a wilderness trail, with experienced guides to teach you about the various animals, trees and vegetation.
  • Have a bushveld dinner in a Boma under the stars around a large outdoor fire.
  • Go on a Rhino walking safari or a stargazing safari, a birding safari or a tree-spotting safari.
  • Visit a local village on the outskirts a game reserve and see how tourism has contributed to jobs and development in local rural communities – see responsible tourism in practice.

South Africa is one of the most successful countries in the world when it comes to the conservation of wilderness and wildlife on a sustainable basis. Every province has National Parks featuring different types of ecosystems - from rain forest to semi-desert. The birding opportunities are internationally acclaimed. For those interested in faun and flora, this is a paradise on earth. Our world famous Kruger Park game reserve, for example, has more species of wild mammals than any other game reserve in Africa.