Getting To South Africa
Airlines from around the world fly into South Africa on a daily or weekly basis. So whether you are flying from Australasia, Asia, Europe or North and South America, it will always be an option for you.
South Africa offers international visitors three main international airports, the main one being O.R Tambo in Johannesburg, followed by Cape Town International Airport and then for a more niche market, there is the King Shaka International Airport in Durban.
Interestedly, South Africa is also the gateway to Botswana, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Zambia - if often works out way cheaper to fly into the country and connect with a neighbouring country than it is to fly directly to that country itself.
Once in South Africa, there are almost hourly flights between all main internal destinations.
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Airlines That Fly To South Africa
- Air Mauritius
- Air France
- Air Namibia
- British Airways
- Edelweiss Air
- Emirates Airlines
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Kenya Airways
- Malaysia Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Singapore Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
- Sabi Sand Lodges
The Sabi Sand Reserve lies to the South West of the Greater Kruger Park. Home to some of Africa's most sort after names, Sabi Sabi, Mala Mala, Londolozi and Singita, to mention a few.
All the lodges offered within the Sabi Sand ensure that one gets up close and personal with some of the best wildlife sightings and safari experiences in Africa.
- Timbavati Lodges
Timbavati Reserve lies on the Western boundary of the National Park; the border is unfenced, allowing the wildlife to move freely between the reserve and the national park.
The Timbavati Private Game Reserve is world famous for its wildlife and remoteness, and that is without mentioning the famed white lions.
- Cape Town Game Reserves
Experience the thrill of a "Big 5" safari near Cape Town! With the magnificent Karoo as a backdrop and the unique Fynbos biome, the Western Cape province offers an unforgettable experience for wildlife lovers.
Visitors can spot elephants, rhinos, lions, Buffalo and leopards amongst other wildlife along with some pretty amazing birdlife.
There are several Malaria-free game reserves within a 2-3 hours' drive from Cape Town offering luxury accommodation options with private air charters available at some reserves.
- Shamwari lodgesShamwari is home to Africa's Big 5, is malaria free and is situated in the Eastern Cape. Shamwari has received numerous international awards, including the World's Leading Conservation Company and Game Reserve for many years.
- MalaMala Lodges
MalaMala is the South African safari Industries' original formula for the high-end photographic safari. Today, the MalaMala Reserve is one of the best in the whole of Africa.
In existence ever since 1927, this enormous flourishing stretch of land delivers with the Sabie River in the south is probably the most exciting wildlife encounters this side of the equator.
Four camps can be found offering only the very best.
- Singita Lodges
The Singita lodges within this portfolio have been setting the highest standards in accommodation, conservation, and service for decades while synonymous with all that is the best in the safari industry.
If you are seeking the best of the best, look no further than any one of these luxury Singita lodges in Kruger National Park.