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South Africa Holidays For 2023 & 2024

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South Africa Holidays For 2023 & 2024

  • The southernmost country on the African continent, South Africa, has everything from jam-packed safari trips to its cultural city life. With over 11 different languages and many more yet to be discovered, the cultural diversity is what has given it the nickname rainbow nation. Unlike most countries, South Africa has not one but three capital cities, Cape Town, Bloemfontein and Pretoria. So whether you’re seeking a relaxing break, an adventure-filled trip or some family memories that will last a lifetime, there’s plenty to see and do when you visit South Africa.

    Things to see & do

    One of the most popular things to do when visiting South Africa is to head out on one of the world-famous safari excursions. Kruger National Park has tons of wildlife and is the most well-known and popular safari destination. Each safari has different features. So whether you are wild about rhinos, Hluhluwe-iMfolozo National Park is the perfect place for you, or if you are short on time, you’ll want to visit Pilanesburg National Park & Game Reserve, you’ll be able to find the perfect safari in South Africa.

  • South African food is packed full of punch and flavour. Most traditional dishes don't leave the kitchen unless they contain some starch, meat, fish and a healthy helping of herbs and spices. If you’re a fussy eater, don't panic. There are plenty of beef-based dishes, traditional curry, and broths available. If you want to get a real taste of South Africa, you'll want to try the authentic bobotie. Spiced minced meat baked with an egg-based topping, bobotie is commonly served with yellow rice, slices of banana and a side of chutney.

    For your meat fix, braai, translating into barbecue, is a famous Cape Town dish made with beef steak, spiced sausage and pork chops or for something both sweet and savoury, try vetkoek, a fried doughnut stuffed with minced meat or any cold meats for that matter.

    With its beautiful wine farms, locally brewed beers and a range of different teas, you'll find plenty of refreshment in the rainbow nation.

  • January is the hottest month to visit South Africa, with temperatures ranging from 16°C to 32°C. The days are warm and sunny, and the evenings are pleasant, but remember sunscreen. May to October is the best time to visit as these months are cooler and the driest season, making it the perfect conditions for wildlife viewing.

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