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A world of awe-inspiring natural wonders from untamed coastlines, huge mountains and lush forests, varied marine life, vineyards and arguably the best game experience in the world, the rugged beauty of South Africa will take your breath away.

One of the least spoilt areas in the world and home to some of the best kept secrets of the Indian Ocean. Deep in the depths of its vast blue ocean lie the psychedelic reef formations surrounding the islands - alive with a multitude of marine life! Made up of almost 2,000 islands, of which approximately 105 are holiday resorts, each island comprises of one hotel, its own facilities and nothing more.

The Western Cape province has much to explore including beautiful Cape Town with its matchless setting beneath Table Mountain; the Cape Dutch architecture, graceful old towns and vineyards of the Winelands; whale-watching in Hermanus; and the views of the iconic Garden Route.

Known as South Africa’s ‘wild’ province, the Eastern Cape is full of surprising contrasts from wide sunny beaches and expanses of bush and forest to first class game reserves with abundant wildlife. The province is also steeped in history and was one of the centres at the forefront of the fight for democracy in South Africa.

South Africa’s Garden Province, KwaZulu Natal, has a stunning 370 mile Indian Ocean coastline that rises up inland to the dramatic heights of the Drakensberg Mountains. Highlights of the North West Province include Sun City Resort, a true oasis of pleasure and entertainment, or the natural wilderness of Pilanesberg National Park and the Madikwe Game Reserve, both home to a fascinating variety of wildlife.

Speaking of wildlife, pursuit of ‘Big Five’ game is an important part of any visit to South Africa and Kruger National Park is recognised as one of the finest game parks in the world with safari adventure galore and spectacular bush scenery.

South Africa also offers two exceptional luxury train companies, Rovos Rail and the Blue Train, with various routes that crisscross South and Southern Africa. Both trains are completely unique and are a wonderful way to pamper yourself whilst savouring fabulous vistas.