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Kruger park South Africa

Kruger National Park  is a classic. One of Africa’s oldest and best-maintained parks typifies the highest variety of wildlife. It’s renowned as the easiest spot to see the Big Five, aided by its unfenced borders with Africa’s finest game reserves. Sophisticated lodges offer the ultimate in lavish luxury and intimate bush hideaways.

Insider Tip: Set in private Sabi Sands Game Reserve, sustained by the Sabi and Sand rivers, Dulini’s six suites ooze elegance. Romance is heightened by a symphony of birdlife and passage of wildlife. The original eco private game reserve, Londolozi, is unashamedly family-run and winning awards for its quality of food, service, accommodation, and ecotourism.

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Info about South Africa

At 1,221,037sq km, South Africa is nearly 5 times the size of the UK and possibly the most geographically diverse country on the Continent. With lively, sophisticated cities, spectacular mountain ranges, fertile plains and wide-open savanna, arid deserts and beautiful beaches, the incredible variety of landscape is matched by a melting pot of cultures and an amazing array of wildlife, rightfully earning South Africa the title of “A World in one country

South Africa really does offer something for everyone. Whatever your passion, you will not be disappointed. Whether it is the incredible diversity of flora and fauna in some of the world’s finest National Park’s and Game Reserve’s, the white sandy beaches, fine wines and gourmet cuisine, adventure sports, or a round of golf on some of the finest championship courses in the world, there is something to satisfy even the most demanding traveller. All these attractions combined with a superb infrastructure for the visitor, a vast selection of accommodation and surprisingly affordable prices, make South Africa a great family destination.

Warm temperate conditions are typical of South Africa, making it a popular destination for sunshine-seekers. South Africa is renowned for almost seven months of sunshine (give or take a few chilly spells). From May to August, temperatures drop. However, generally speaking, April and May are the most temperate months.

In certain areas, however, notably the hot, humid KwaZulu-Natal coast, Mpumalanga and the Northern Province, June and July are the ideal holiday months.