South Africa is vast and varied. If travelling here for the first time, its diverse nature gives you the chance to create a unique holiday, here's our guide...
South Africa is filled with wildlife, sunshine and unforgettable attractions – all without the jet lag. It’s one of our favourite family adventure holidays.
Oliver Cattermole, head chef at Leeu House shares his recipe for this classic dish, served at The Dining Room at Leeu Estates in Franschhoek.
Exploring South Africa on a self-drive is easier than you think with Kuoni’s help. Our Africa expert, Siobhan O’Halleran, takes to the open road to discover why the Garden Route is the ultimate road trip and shares her top driving tips.
From the delightful city of Cape Town to the vast safari reserves of the Eastern Cape, South Africa is the ideal destination for families to experience their first taste of Africa.
Like its landscapes and people, the Rainbow Nation's food is wonderfully diverse. From braais to bunny chow, here's our expert guide to South African cuisine.
What’s on your ‘perfect holiday’ checklist? Beautiful beaches, incredible wildlife, stunning views, world class food? If your answer is “all of the above”, then we know a place that has them all, and much more.
One of our South Africa experts heads off on an expert led escorted tour and shares their experience. Stunning scenery, fantastic food and many, many wine-tasting experiences…
Discover the world-class wines of South Africa on the Franschhoek Wine Tram.
The combination of a fantastic climate, beautiful scenery and amazing wildlife make Southern Africa a region of great diversity.
We know South Africa, and we've picked the best experiences and incredible places to stay. So when it comes to your honeymoon, trust us to get it right.
Beyond Cape Town, the Garden Route and Eastern Cape reserves, lies KwaZulu-Natal; a region rich in nature and culture, and full of history.
Tricia Holford, Born Free Rescue Programme Coordinator, gives us the lowdown on the Born Free Big Cat Education & Rescue Centre in South Africa.