South Africa Safaris: Planning and Booking a South Africa Safari Vacation.
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·· South Africa Safaris:

Best Game Viewing Destination in Africa

SOUTH AFRICA is the safari destination which offers the widest choices to travelers looking for time out in the bush, from classic camps and safari chic in the wildlife areas, to forest and beach retreats and grand city hotels ranging from colonial to boutique.

A South Africa safari is easily accessed from five continents, with numerous daily flights into Johannesburg from Europe, the UK, USA, Asia and Australia. From Johannesburg, it is just a short flight into the great wildlife reserves for a Kruger Park safari or into one of the malaria free safari regions.

South Africa was firmly in the world's spotlight when the country successfully hosted the greatest sporting spectacle of all - the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup in June and July, 2010. The world witnessed the fantastic diversity of the country and its friendly people, spectacular coastlines and magnificent safari parks. South Africa safari lodges cater to a wide budget range and traveler preferences - from delightful camps from a bygone era with parafin lamps for lighting, to ultra chic 5 star bush retreats.

A South Africa safari is epitomised by a visit to the legendary Kruger National Park and the private safari reserves and camps surrounding Kruger, such as the Sabi Sand game reserve, which is home to lodges such as Mala Mala, Singita, Londolozi, Leopard Hills, Ulusaba and Sabi Sabi or the Timbavati, home of Tanda Tula, Thornybush and Umlani.

Sabi Sands, Timbavati and Manyeleti reserves all border Kruger, and the absence of fences allows animals to migrate freely through this magnificent wilderness.

On the east coast, you can enjoy a South Africa safari in one of the Zululand safari regions, such as Hluhluwe and Umfolozi, combining a Big Five safari with a cultural experience among the noble Zulu nation.

Many South Africa safari travelers incorporate a few days in Cape Town or the Garden Route after a safari - both areas providing the perfect wind-down to an exhilarating time out in the wildlife reserves.

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