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South Africa is renowned for a diversity of landscapes and people. It boasts spectacular game reserves, mountainous regions, desert, coastline and a rare fynbos vegetation system. 11 official languages and many different ethnic groups contribute to South Africa’s reputation as the ‘Rainbow Nation’, and make it ideal for school expeditions, community projects and adventurous itineraries.
Recommended trip: Our suggested itineraries are based on personal recommendation and can be tailored to suit your school and group.

Locations

Recommended locations:

Blyde River

Aerial view of Blyde River canyon with three dolomite peaks

The Blyde River Canyon is a significant natural feature of South Africa, forming part of the Drakensberg escarpment. It is 26 kilometres in length and, on average, around 800 metres deep. Consisting…

Cape Town

Aerial view of Cape Town with Table Mountain, stadium and rocky coastline

Cape Town is the second most populous city in South Africa and is also one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Famous for its harbour as well as its natural setting in the Cape floral…

Hoedspruit

Cute cheetah cub

The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre focuses on the conservation of rare, vulnerable or endangered animals, with one of its areas of expertise being cheetah conservation. They run a breeding…

Khamai

Khamai Reptile Park runs a programme to educate local people as to the vital role snakes and other reptiles have to play in the ecosystem. Experienced handlers at Khamai will show you some of…

Kruger

Rhino in the sunlight

Kruger is the largest game reserve in South Africa. It covers 18,989 square kilometres and extends 350 kilometres from north to south and 60 kilometres from east to west. Part of the Kruger to…

Moholoholo

Baby hippo being rehabilitated with team member at Moholoholo

Moholoholo is a haven for the rehabilitation and care of abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife. Following treatment animals are re-introduced into their natural environments where possible or…