South Africa

South Africa offers an array of landscapes from earthy-hued wide open safari plains to dense forests, spectacular mountains, and oceans rich with marine life. In every one of South Africa’s 9 provinces, you’ll find unforgettable adventures. Here, everyone knows that the best way to experience everything the country has to offer is by getting up close and personal with its great outdoors. Our selection of adventure tours is curated to ensure you find the best of South Africa.

Quick Answers to your questions
How do I prepare for South Africa?

South Africa doesn’t require much preparation. Its mountains may be a challenge in you’re summiting on foot but you don’t need to be an expert in anything to enjoy this beautiful country.

When is the best time to visit South Africa?

December. This time of year is very important to South Africans. It’s the hottest time of year and locals are in high spirits. For tourists, it’s the best time to experience the country’s landscapes and vibrancy.

What do I need to enter the country?

A passport, valid for at least six months after your arrival date, a visa if you’re staying for longer than 90 days, a bathing suit, sunscreen, a light jacket, and a good pair of shoes.

How do I get around South Africa?

While getting around SA was a little harder a couple years back. You can haul a cab from pretty much anywhere in South African cities and suburbs. If you’re heading out to the sticks, you can hire a car at the airport.

Do I need a guide to explore South Africa?

For the most part, no. But, if you’re unfamiliar with the area or just want a more educational experience, it’s never a bad idea to book a few guided tours.

What should I pack for South Africa?

Oh, that depends on which province you’re in and what time of year it is. But, you can’t go wrong with light layerable clothing, a rain jacket, a bathing suit or two, plenty of sunscreen, a hat, good shoes and a power bank, or two.

Adventours Travel Guide

Table Mountain Prices

Table Mountain Prices

Table Mountain is a natural landmark that overlooks the city of Cape Town in South Africa. The mountain is a popular attraction among both locals and tourists, with views from the top that are not to ...

Best Route through South Africa

South Africa's Scenic Route

The best way to experience the most of South Africa’s many landscapes is by starting in its heart and making your way down the coast. The province of Gauteng, home to Johannesburg, the City of Gold, and some of South Africa’s most prolific features, is nestled in the county’s northern in-lands. Here, you’ll find some of SA’s most spectacular wildlife, like the Big Five, in the province’s game reserves. After exploring the safari, the route heads through the Drakensberg mountains to Durban – the greenest province, all the way down to Gqeberha, along The Garden Route to George, and finally to South Africa’s hub of tourism, Cape Town.

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