Luxury Resorts in South Africa
South Africa is one of Only Exclusive Travel's Top 10 Destinations 2014!
South Africa, most well-known for producing one of the most politically prominent figures in existence, Nelson Mandela, overflows with reasons to visit. Being home to one of the oldest mountains in the world (Table Mountain), 11 official languages, the cheapest electricity and most luxurious train in the world (Rovos Rail), South Africa is a memorable and diverse holiday destination on the other side of the equator.
With 21 national parks, eight world heritage sites, 3,500 kilometres of pristine coastline, a phenomenal climate and adventures ranging from shark-diving to wine tasting, you’d be a fool to pass up the opportunity to visit this culturally rich nation. Being the world’s largest macadamia nut exporter, and second largest exporter of fruit, South Africa makes the most of its rich and fruitful terrain. Also deriving from the nourishing soils are gold, chromium, coal, iron, nickel, gem diamonds, platinum and many more elements and natural compounds. Holiday here and see what beautiful souvenirs you can find.
Only Exclusive’s South Africa Resorts and Safaris
Cape Town is sees somewhat surprising wildlife, with penguin colonies waddling around the coast due to the cold Antarctic currents on the west coast, whale watching seasons, frolicking zebras and dolphins prancing through the waves. A metropolitan city, with nightlife in abundance and the world-class Cape Grace luxury resort, this is the perfect place to visit when one wants to experience South Africa on a city vacation.
Or for a wild adventure, visit Kruger National Park which supports the greatest variety of wildlife species on the African continent; housing lions, leopards, white rhinos, blue wildebeest, hyenas, hippopotami and giraffes. Stay in one of the six luxury safari resorts in Kruger National Park to be enveloped in the most awe-inspiring nature holidays possible, in the world's seventeenth most diverse countries. Keep your eyes peeled for the King Protia or the Blue Crane, South Africa’s national flower and bird, respectively.
Madikwe Natural Reserve is equally as proliferative with stunning, majestic and unspoilt wildlife and countryside. You can feel at one with nature, and observe animals going about their daily business first hand when staying at Madikwe Hills, breathing in the fresh South African air. Or visit the iconic Rovos Rail in Pretoria to see the most iconic and luxurious train in existence.