elephant in car mirror in south africa

Ever-changing scenery

South Africa’s landscape is simply mind-boggling. Cape Town itself sits in the shadow of stunning Table Mountains and beyond its slopes, you’ll enter a dreamy world of green valleys packed with endless vineyards. Driving the length of the world-famous Garden Route, rocky cliffs give way to untamed beaches, dense woodland and calm lagoons. You can cross deserts, drive up into the Drakensberg and gaze out all the way to Mozambique from God’s Window.

Self drive in South Africa
Male lion looking out through grass

Incredible wildlife

South Africa is a playground for animal lovers, packed to its borders with amazing wildlife. Kruger is the crowning glory, where lions prowl through the bush at first light, and herds of elephant plod down to the waterholes at dawn. The end of the Garden Route is also great safari territory, from Addo Elephant NP to the scattering of private Big Five Game Reserves. Not only this, but hippos and crocodiles lounge in the twisting coastal rivers of the St.Lucia Wetlands, ostrich farms stretch into the horizon across the Little Karoo Desert and penguins patrol the beaches of Cape Town.

Wildlife in South Africa
view from a balcony

Unique honeymoons

Set off on a honeymoon with a difference starting with a genuine township tour run by a local resident of the township itself. Sleep in a traditional Swazi beehive hut and delve into the fascinating culture of Lesotho. Our In Style accommodation options throughout South Africa are sure to take your honeymoon to the next level. From sleeping under the stars in a luxury safari tent lit by oil lamps to a room with a panoramic view of Cape town, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Honeymoons in South Africa
late night dinner

Atmospheric accommodation

A trip across South Africa will take you from safari tents lit by flickering oil-lamps to traditional thatched rondavels buried in the bush and Swazi beehive huts. Driving along the epic Garden Route, you can stay in fishing villages where you can spot whales from the cliffs, forest huts near cascading waterfalls and hotels perched on a stretch of sparkling, beautiful sand. Beyond this, you can feel tiny in a mountain cottage between towering peaks, sleep on working ostrich farms and stay at home with the locals in hidden Lesotho.

South Africa accommodation

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