Why Travel Southern Africa?

If you’re sitting there wondering why to make your next travel destination Southern Africa, these 7 reasons are sure to have you packing your bags right away!

Wildlife Galore


Wildlife is the main drawcard for most travelers to Southern Africa and remains the reason seasoned travelers keep coming back. Whether you’re watching Rhinos in Kruger, gazing at Elephants in Chobe, or stalking Lions in Etosha; Southern Africa has hundreds of unique wildlife viewing opportunities at your fingertips.

Natural Wonders


Table Mountain is the first natural wonder that greets visitors to South Africa and provides a beacon above the buzzing city. Add the Okavango Delta and Kalahari Desert in Botswana, along with Lake Malawi, and you’ve got natural wonders to fill your itinerary. The greatest wonder of all is Victoria Falls where you can feel the powerful spray as you take views from both Zimbabwe and Zambia. Why not swim up to the edge of the falls at Devil’s Pool?

Stunning Beaches


Surrounded by the coastlines of both the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, Southern Africa has no shortage of unique and stunning beaches. Cosmopolitan Cape Town offers the restaurant, bar, and sunbaking beach of Camps Bay. Surfing options are also aplenty in South Africa with the world famous Jeffreys Bay headlining the list. Mozambique offers diving havens of Vilanculos and Tofo while the beaches along Lake Malawi offer a point of interest. Better pack your swimming trunks.

Contrasting Landscapes


Desert, mountains, savannah, wetlands – Southern Africa has it all. Desolation and rough seas hammer Namibia while the Eastern side provides tranquil waters and sandy beaches. Botswana is possibly the best example of contrast with the Kalahari Desert bordering the wetlands of the Okavango Delta.



If viewing a Lion from metres away isn’t enough adventure for you then don’t worry – Southern Africa has so much more. Sandboard, windsurf, and catch sharks in Namibia. Surf, camp amongst predators, and shark cage dive in South Africa. Bungee jump, white water raft, or sit at the edge of Victoria Falls in Zambia. There is no shortage of adventure at your fingertips in Southern Africa

Easy on the Wallet


A trip around Southern Africa can be very easy on the wallet if you have time on your side. Travel like a local in buses and experience camping under the African sky with many options to place your tent. Local markets offer the chance to purchase inexpensive food and local restaurants offer a variety of food at a low cost.

The People


The main selling point of Southern Africa is it’s people with a huge variety of cultures, languages, handshakes, and smiles. You’ll feel welcome from the moment you step out of the airport and get that same friendly greeting with every border you cross. Live like a local and experience what Southern Africa really has to offer through it’s people.


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