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Botswana

Botswana offers one of the best game-viewing experiences in Africa, from the wildlife-rich Chobe National Park to the unique waterways of the Okavango Delta. Here you'll see the Big 5 and Africa's other rare animals. And you can enjoy a combination of exciting land and water-based activities, from game drives to mokoro trips, from the base of your luxury accommodation.

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Cape Town

Cape Town, affectionately known as the Mother City, is a world-class destination that has it all. Explore its beautiful white sand beaches, its vibey restaurants and bars, shops and markets, and its mountains - namely the famous Table Mountain, one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World.

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Cape Winelands

Only 45 minutes from the centre of Cape Town, the Cape Winelands are one of the Cape's most popular destinations for foreigners and locals alike. Not only does it have award-winning wine estates and luxury accommodation, but also some of the finest restaurants that South Africa has to offer. The Winelands include Stellenbosch and Franschhoek - the main stars of the show - as well as Paarl and several smaller areas between.

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Garden Route

The Garden Route is a perfect escape from city life, with breathtaking beaches where visitors can spot humpback whales in action between June and December. The Garden Route offers a wonderful mix of beach and bush to explore, along with quaint coastal towns and world-class golf courses. Be sure to pack your swimming costume and golf clubs!

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Johannesburg

Johannesburg, also known as the “City of Gold”, is the economic powerhouse of South Africa and Africa as a whole. It has more than 8 million residents and is the richest city in South Africa. It is just an hour away from the Kruger National Park by air, making it a great place to stopover at before heading to the bush.

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Kalahari

The Kalahari is a large sandy savannah that extends over parts of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. Situated amid this vast area in South Africa is the malaria-free Tswalu Kalahari, the country's largest private game reserve, covering an area of over 100 000 ha. Owned by the Oppenheimer family, Tswalu has three exclusive luxury lodges, each with spectacular views over the desert. It offers a safari with a difference. On game walks or drives, you can glimpse unique, desert-adapted wildlife that you'll only ever get to see here.

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Kruger National Park

There is no better place to see the Big 5 than here in the Kruger National Park. One of the largest game reserves in Africa, the Kruger is also one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries. Go on exciting 4x4 game drives to spot Africa's animals, including the more elusive breeds, such as the wild dog, and a variety of birdlife. There are many private game reserves surrounding the Kruger Park, such as the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve - one of the more elite safari destinations in the region.

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Mauritius

The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is very popular with honeymooners because of its stunning white sand beaches, warm climate and water-based activities. Even though it is a small island it has many different destinations and activities that offer visitors a unique experience.

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Mozambique

Mozambique is known for its beautiful tropical islands, white sand beaches and water sports. It's also one of the world’s best diving and snorkeling spots with luxury accommodation on offer as well. A popular destination in Mozambique is the Bazaruto Archipelago, with its collection of islands off the coast of Vilanculos. The Bazaruto is home to a protected marine reserve, offering excellent snorkelling and scuba diving. Further north are the Quirimbas, an exclusive collection of islands off the coast of Pemba. But there's even more to this African country - from bustling cities to wildlife destinations.

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Namibia

Namibia is best known for its spectacular vast open spaces. Boasting the second lowest population density in the world, Namibia has a diverse mix of scenery, from the ocean along the coast to the dry red dunes in Sossusvlei to verdant wildlife-rich game reserves in Etosha. This is the perfect destination for travellers who want to get away from it all and experience something above and beyond the regular bush safari.

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Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay is a great beach destination with lagoons, rivers and forest, giving visitors plenty of options when it comes to choosing activities. If you love the great outdoors, Plettenberg Bay is a great town to visit. Its beaches are ranked among the top South African beaches.

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Sabi Sand

Sabi Sand is the oldest private game reserve in South Africa and leads the pack when it comes to abundance of wildlife. It is not only home to the Big 5 but also a number of endangered species such as wild dogs, honey badgers and ground hornbill.

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Victoria Falls

Africa's adventure capital, the mighty Victoria Falls attracts thousands of visitors each year to view the falls and take part in the nearby activities - such as walking with lions, bungee jumping, swimming at Devil’s Pool or a helicopter ride over the falls. Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya (Tokaleya Tonga: the Smoke that Thunders), is situated in Southern Africa on the Zambezi River and forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. There are many great accommodation options on both sides for you to explore the area from.

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Zambia

Even though the main attraction is Victoria Falls, Zambia still offers a fantastic game viewing experience. South Luangwa National Park, one of the country’s top game reserves, has more than 60 animal species and is also a bird watchers heaven with more than 400 different bird species.

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