There’s so much to discover in South Africa, for all types of holiday goer. For those wanting to see the wilder side, there’s plenty of Safari and wildlife excursions to choose from as well as the vast array of animals and wildlife out in Kruger National Park.
Alternatively, for those who fancy something a little less adventurous there’s the more peaceful paradisiacal option of taking long strolls along the seemingly infinite coastlines, going whale watching and exploring the stunning vineyards.
For urban exploration, a trip to the ‘Mother City’ of Cape Town is an absolute must – boasting an array of bars and restaurants, as well as shops all a stone’s throw from Table Mountain.
It is recommended to always drive with your doors locked and windows closed, especially when stopped at an intersection or traffic lights.
Park in well-lit areas and never leave anything valuable in the car when you are leaving it unattended.
Thieves have been known to leave large rocks in the middle of the road to encourage cars to stop. It is advisable to approach with caution and drive around the rock rather than stop the vehicle.
In rural areas it is likely that animals, livestock as well as large antelope could be in the road. Approach with caution and reduce your speed.