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Holidays in South Africa with Netflights.com

Every country has a level of diversity, but South Africa takes some beating, with its rolling plains of the world’s best national parks, cosmopolitan cities, beautiful beaches and not forgetting the spectacular wildlife.

Discover South Africa your way and let Netflights.com assist you in every aspect of your planning. Tailor your South Africa holiday to your needs, from flights and hotels to guided tours, motor homes and car hire.

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Cape Town, Winelands & Safari

Explore the sights of Cape Town including Table Mountain, before heading to Stellenbosch – the heart of South Africa’s wine industry – to sample the regions fame and award-winning wines. This area of South Africa is not only known for its wine, but also for its incredible natural beauty. Next travel to Hermanus, a stunning coastal town famed for its wildlife.

4 nights | 4* Fountains Hotel, Cape Town - room only
3 nights | 4* River Manor Boutique Hotel & Spa, Stellenbosch - B&B
1 night | 4* Aquila Private Game Reserve, Touws River - full board

Holiday includes return flights and 8 days AVIS car hire
Selected travel dates Jun 19

8 nt holiday from
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Captivating Cape Town

Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world – also known as the ‘Mother City’, this spectacular city is defined by Table Mountain National Park.

5 nights Bed & Breakfast at 4* Primi Royal, Cape Town

Holiday includes return flights


8 Day Wildlife & Culture escorted tour

Take in some of the most spectacular sights that South Africa has to offer with this captivating eight day escorted tour. Travel through the vast and varied landscapes of the Panorama Route, spot the famed wildlife on game tours across two of the major reserves and be captivated by culture with a visit to the small mountain kingdom of Swaziland.

1 night 4* Park Inn Sandton, or similar
2 nights 4* Perry’s Bridge Hollow, or similar
1 night 4* Royal Swazi Sun, or similar
2 nights 4* Ghost Mountain Inn, or similar
1 night 4* Benjamin Boutique Hotel, or similar

Includes flights & varied meal plan


8 nights City & Splendour self-drive

Start South African adventure in Cape Town, bursting with colour and life, it’s home to one of the seven natural wonder of the world – Table Mountain, not to mention golden beaches and famed Robben Island. Continue your journey along the glorious Garden Route, passing by raw natural beauty as well as vegetation and stunning wildlife that make this area so gorgeous.

3 nights at 4* Cape Town Lodge, Cape Town
3 nights at 4* Far Hills Country Hotel
2 nights at 4* Gondwana Game Reserve
8 nights City & Splendour self-drive

Includes bed & breakfast board basis, car hire for 6 days & flights

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The climate itself is just as diverse and varies from region to region; the best time to visit can be dependent on the experience wanted. Whether your customer wants to see the whales resting in Hermanus, go on a safari adventure, taste the wine when the grapes are at their best or lounge on the beach taking in the spectacular views under the summer sun.


Seasons approximately fall as:

Spring - September to October- During this season the Cape provinces are captivating, as a colourful blanket of spectacular flowers covers the plains.

Summer - November to February - This is the best time to hire a car and drive along the Garden route - a sunny, scenic stretch on the south-eastern coastline of South Africa. This route demonstrates what makes the country so spectacular; gorgeous beaches, beautiful flora, lush forests, bustling seaside towns and tranquil lagoons.

Autumn - March to May - Also known as wine harvest season and therefore the perfect time to visit the Winelands and sample some of South Africa’s best wines.

Winter - June to August - Game viewing is better during this time as the bush is sparser to see the animals. It’s also the perfect time to head to Hermanus for some southern right whale viewing.

Natural beauty

Natural beauty of South Africa

Starting in the South African capital of Cape Town, also known as the ‘Mother City’, this superb city is defined by Table Mountain. Take the cable car to the top for the spectacular views of the city and its coastlines.

The beauty doesn’t stop at Cape Town, Knysna is a beautiful small town situated on the Garden Route. On the coast are the famed Knysna Heads, two dramatic sea cliffs that protect the entrance to the lagoon from the surging ocean. The eastern head offers amazing views over the lagoon, Leisure Isle and Knysna. The western head is a privately owned nature reserve.

Food & wine

South Africa boasts delectable cuisine is paired with exquisite and award-winning wine. The restaurants specialise in food from around the world, but you’d be missing out if you didn't try the home-grown cuisine such as braai - barbeque, Cape Malay Curry or the Afrikaner speciality boerewors - South African type of sausage. Take advantage of the fantastic natural settings; dine in a cave overlooking the sea, under a starry sky deep in the bush, at the edge of a cliff, the options are endless.

When it comes to good wines, look no further than the Cape Winelands. There are 18 official wine routes that are considered to be the most scenic in the world and feature many historic wine estates that date back centuries.

Many of the wine estates boast award-winning restaurants where you can taste world-class local cuisine, alongside the tours and tastings.


South Africa wildlife

South Africa is probably best known for its wildlife and in particular its safaris. No trip to this expansive country is complete without experiencing a ‘big five’ safari, it’s a must-do.

The ‘big five’ refers to buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard and rhino, the term refers to the animals that are the most difficult and dangerous to spot. The wildlife of South Africa is not only about the land animals, there are some unique sea animals that frequently visit the vast coastline of this spectacular country. Between the months of June and November the coasts of Hermanus plays host to southern right whales. They use the protection of Walker Bay to rest, mate and give birth to their calves.


Delve into the vast and infamous history that have helped shape the cultures and traditions which are still present today, from the recent history of apartheid back to the origins of humanity.

The Western Cape is home to the famed Robben Island Tour, a World Heritage Site that needs no introduction, as it was ‘home’ to one of the world’s most famous prisoners, Nelson Mandela. The tour includes a visit to the maximum security prison with a stop at the late leader’s former cell.

The landscapes of KwaZulu Natal have many stories to tell including the most infamous battles that took place during the South African (Anglo-Boer) War in the late 1800s. To this day you can still wander through these lands with a knowledgeable tour guides and lecturers, who give a remarkable account of the events that unfolded there.


For those that like to get the adrenaline pumping, South Africa has a lot of hair-raising adventures that even the bravest may tremble at. Abseil from the top of Table Mountain, embrace your inner Tarzan by swinging through the trees on a zip wire, get up close and personal with the waters fiercest creature, by cage diving with sharks, be thrown around in a hurtling river whilst white water rafting and not forgetting the world’s highest bridge bungee, plunge 261 metres into the gorge below.

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