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Situated at the southernmost tip of Africa, South Africa beckons with a captivating blend of modern cities, stunning coastlines, and dramatic mountain ranges. From the vibrant streets of Cape Town to the renowned Kruger National Park, home to the Big Five, this country offers an array of experiences for every kind of adventurer. South Africa’s diverse culture, history, and landscapes create a tapestry of unforgettable memories for those who venture here.


South Africa is a captivating year-round destination, with diverse weather patterns across the country. In the southern regions, including Cape Town, the Garden Route, and winelands, a dry and pleasant summer extends from October to March, making this period ideal for exploring the beauty of the Cape. On the other hand, the rest of the country experiences a wet summer during these months, making the winter season, from June to October, the perfect time for wildlife enthusiasts to embark on their adventures. The winter months offer drier conditions, creating excellent opportunities for wildlife encounters in the country’s magnificent game reserves. Whether you seek a sunny escape in the Cape or an exciting wildlife safari, South Africa offers something extraordinary for every traveler, year-round. For those interested in whale-watching, the Southern Right Whales can be seen off the coast of Hermanus from July to November.


    • Cape Town: Cape Town’s natural beauty, cultural diversity, historical significance, and a wide range of activities and attractions makes it a truly special destination To name a few:
    • – Jaw dropping landscapes -From iconic Table Mountain to the rugged coastline, pristine beaches, and lush vineyards
    • – Cultural Melting Pot: With a rich history that includes influences from African, European, Asian, and Malay cultures. This diversity is reflected in the city’s cuisine, architecture, and vibrant arts and music scene.
    • The Cape Winelands with its jaw dropping vistas and food and wine experiences to match. Regions include Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Riebeck Kastell to name a few. At WHY Travel we believe the best way to taste wine is in the home kitchen of the wine maker, a roaring fire lit and multiple corks popped.
    • Kruger National Park: Experience incredible wildlife encounters on safari. With daily flights to numerous airports accessing a safari in South Africa is incredibly easy. Often the safari starts in the airport carpark as you have immediate access to these wilderness areas.
    • Garden Route: Scenic coastal drives with picturesque landscapes and charming towns. The Whale Season (August to December) adds a deeper dimension to the experience and we encourage travelers to visit places like De Hoop and Cape Agulhas