South Africa is certainly a very popular destination for our clients in June and July.

south-africa-2010-world-cup-logo-1With the World Cup 2010 upon us football fever has hit.  From 11 June to 11 July this promises to be a memorable event, not least for the exotic location, but also the magnificent stadium and the atmosphere brought to the event by African culture.

If your team has made it to the Cup you may be travelling to South Africa in a private jet or choose to use our services to get around once you are there.

Whatever your travel plans you may well get to see some of the many other attractions in South Africa during your stay.

Perhaps if you are travelling with family who are not so enthusiastic about the beautiful game they may be interested in adding some of the below to their itinerary.


All of the Big Five can be seen in natural surroundings in South Africa. The biggest and most famous safari park in the country (and possibly the world) is the Kruger National Park. Lion-photographer_jpgIt is so large that it requires several days to see the whole park. Certainly ideal if your team is knocked out early!

Addo Elephant National Park is a smaller alternative, although you won’t see lions, and Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park is also to be recommended.


South Africa has many world-class surfing spots.  Jeffrey’s Bay and Plettenberg Bay are ideal spots.


If you’re a nature lover then bird watching is rewarding in this part of the world.  Tie this in with a trip to see the whales, penguins and sharks, and you will have had a great day!

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