Things to do

South Africa has numerous activities on offer to combine with your dream African hunting safari.

 

Fully-equipped Spa

Serapa Safaris has its own in-house spa, with professionally trained beauticians, so you can relax and unwind after a long day of hunting in the heat of the Kalahari.
This tranquil and relaxing spa uses age-old techniques and locally sourced products combined with traditional Kalahari ingredients helping to relieve your stress and tension leaving you feeling fresh and vibrant.

 

 

South Africa is undoubtedly one of the prime holiday destinations in Africa. With so much to explore and take in, we have singled out two of South Africa’s most visited tourist attractions.

 

The Kruger National Park

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The Kruger National Park is one of the biggest National Parks in Africa it became South Africa’s first national park in 1926. It is situated in the Northeastern tip of South Africa and spans over the Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces.

The Kruger’s surface area spans a vast 19 633 km² (7 523 sq mi). Zimbabwe is situated to the north with Mozambique to the east. Kruger is now part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park joining up with two other parks based in Zimbabwe and Botswana. Many of the surrounding private reserves have removed their fences, allowing wildlife to roam freely between reserves; this move has created a wildlife area like no other. The area plays home to over 140 species of mammals and it is not uncommon to be able to see the big 5 in a trip as well as over 500 bird species.

Serapa Safaris has teamed up with some of the best photographic companies offering you the opportunity of an unforgettable photographic safari to suit every budget.

 

Cape Town

Greg-Lumley

Courtesy travelstart.co.za © Greg Lumley

 

Cape Town, one of the most beautiful regions in the world, is commonly known as the Mother City of Africa. In 2014 the New York Times named it “The City to Visit”. The Mother City boasts the impressive presence of Table Mountain, one of the most commonly known mountains in the world, which is flanked by the legendary Devil’s Peak and the historical Signal Hill; these vast mountains stand proudly, overlooking the beautiful city. Numerous, white sandy beaches are dotted along a peaceful coastline framing the Cape Peninsula and are perfect for those sunset walks on the beach.

Cape Point is the southern most tip of Africa and has some of the most breathtaking ocean and coastal scenery in the world, this is the exact point where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet. The small town of Stellenbosch, is situated only an hour away from Cape Town, is famous for it’s incredible award winning wines and provides the wine drinker with a day full of activities. Steeped in history and boasting an UNESCO world heritage site Robben Island is famous for holding the iconic South African president and Noble Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela for 27 years of his life, Robben Island prison is a unique tourist attraction drawing thousands of visitors every year.