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South Africa's coast line boast some of the most diverse scenery and wildlife in Africa.Contact Peter
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Why we love the South Africa's coastline
The SceneryWith a coast line stretching over 2,500 kilometres. From its desert boarder with Namibia, the coast line heads south to the Cape of Good Hope, the most southern point of Africa. This is where the two oceans clash and the results are dramatic. The Cape is where the Atlantic meets the Indian ocean, creating a breath-taking spectacle of raw power with big waves crashing against the shore. As you begin to move northeast through the garden route and up the Indian ocean coast line the scenery changes dramatically form the desert landscape of the west. With long white sandy beaches stretching all the way up to Mozambique and dense coastal forest bordering the beaches make for experience unlike any other. South Africa also has a variety of national parks and nature reserves along its coast line. This allows you experience South Africa’s diverse marine life and wildlife.
The AccommodationWith such as wide range of exclusive locations and bespoke experiences to choose from when exploring south Africa, you will be constantly discovering something new. Start by exploring cape town, while staying at Cape View Clifton. With arguably the best beach front view in cape town and only 15 minutes’ drive from the vibrant city centre of Cape Town. From cape Town explore the Garden route as you head north along the Indian Ocean staying in Plettenberg bay. As you continue north the town and villages begin to stop and you become emerged in nature.
The ActivitiesSouth Africa is known for its wildlife and landscape. It is also known for the incredible activities offered to visitors to allow them to explore its beauty and this is certainly the case when it comes to exploring the coast line and oceans surrounding south Africa. Whether its surfing, diving, whale watching, snorkelling, fishing, shark diving, kayaking or hiking. There is a variety of fun filled activities available to give you the best opportunity of exploring South Africa’s coast line.
TransportSouth Africa is the most connected country in the African continents, with the largest road network in Africa and a number of international airports and local airstrips makes moving from one location the next simple a stress free. Meaning that travelling with larger groups can be easily arranged. With true luxury travel, you can start your day in the Cape and finish your day watching the sun setting over the exclusive Phinda game reserve.
Beach highlights of South Africa
An unbeatable balance of exquisite natural beauty and year-round activities make Cape Town an easy city to fall in love with. Awash with variety, from sandy beaches to mountain hiking trails, national parks to vibrant shopping areas. First-class restaurants, interesting galleries and luxury boutique hotels. Cape Town will appeal to just about anyone in the mood for a holiday. It’s a perfect stop for honeymooners, families and adventure lovers.
De Hoop nature reserve
De Hoop Nature reserve is situated 3 hours east of Cape Town along the Garden Route. the nature reserves boasts some of the most exclusive beach lodges and private houses, along with some of the best places in South Africa to see Humpback and Southern Right whales. With a wide range of activities such as diving, biking, bush walks and birdwatching to try while visiting the nature reserve.
The Garden Route is a stretch of the south-eastern coast of South Africa which extends from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape. While the Garden Route road itself is extremely scenic, it is the hidden destinations on its side roads that are the real gems of this region. The Garden Route is also famous for its delightful smelling fynbos floral kingdom, its secluded little bays and its year-round holiday frame of mind, not to mention it's conveniently accessible from Cape Town. The towns in this area that are worth a visit include Calitzdorp, Sedgefield, The Wilderness, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay.
Phinda Private Game Reserve
Set within easy reach of the Indian Ocean coastline and the famous Greater St Lucia Wetland Park in northern KwaZulu-Natal, Phinda Private Game Reserve is known for the abundance of wildlife, diverse habitats and wide range of activities. Thanks to its coastal rainfall pattern, Phinda Private Game Reserve enjoys a green environment with seven distinct ecosystems found within its boundary. Phinda is often referred to as ‘Seven Worlds of Wonder.’ This incredible variety of vegetation and landscape supports an abundance of wildlife, including the Big Five and many rarer and less easily spotted species, such as the elusive cheetah or the scarce black rhino. Phinda’s location allows for easy access to the Indian ocean where guests can experience the beauty of Sodwana Bay. Dive some of the most diverse reefs in the world and witness humpback whales breaching the ocean throughout the summer months.