South Africa Safari
South Africa is an outstanding safari destination, offering Big Five safari across 9 provinces. Many South Africa Safari destinations are malaria free, with diverse and unforgettable landscapes. A top tourist destination, South Africa is home to one of Africa’s biggest wildlife reserves, the world famous Kruger National Park. Founded in 1926, Kruger National Park extends through open borders, into surrounding private nature reserves. The greater Kruger area is a haven for South Africa Safari seekers. Apart from Kruger itself, the surrounding area features sensational private reserves such as Timbavati Game Reserve (home to white lions) and the luxurious Sabi Sand. South Africa is a wildlife haven with many species of fauna to enjoy. While Kruger is a malaria area, there are many other ideal South Africa safari destinations to choose from, such as the unspoiled Madikwe Game Reserve, and the lush habitats of the Eastern Cape.
South Africa is rich with wildlife reserves, featuring the world famous Big Five game, diverse bird life, and other exotic creatures. A South Africa Safari is perfect for first time safari seekers, with many family friendly reserves. From the greater Kruger National Park area to the Western Cape, there is a South African Safari experience to suit every budget and taste. Many South Africa Safari destinations are ideally malaria-free. Choose from indulgent 5 star luxury safari suites for the most discerning traveler, to more traditional African experiences. The perfect introduction to African wildlife and an ideal platform for exploring Southern Africa, a South Africa Safari is the ideal getaway for big game seekers. Greatest Africa are safari specialists, and will tailor your South Africa Safari experience from the finest luxury safari holiday of spa pampering and rejuvenation, to a real and rustic African encounter, all with first class big game encounters. An ideal “Beach and Bush” destination, Greatest Africa will guide you towards the perfect South Africa Safari itinerary.