At Richard Branson's private game lodge, night-time adventures abound.
It's not about seeing the Big 5, nor the Magnificent 7, and certainly not the Ugly 5 (though there are Cape dune mole-rats).
Sure, safaris are an essential part of any visit; but this adventure-laden country has more thrills to offer visitors.
You too can pay homage to South Africa's most famous freedom fighter and statesman, Nelson Mandela, in the year of his 100th birthday.
South Africa is much more than the sum of its most famous parts.
This hotel embraces the modern while celebrating the traditional, such as a nightly glass of port served in the library.
South Africa's contrasts and diversity strike you from the moment you arrive.
It's hard to believe the abundance of wildlife we saw with just two nights in Africa.
A country with a dark past, modern South Africa is now a vibrant and exciting country - as seen during the 2012 FIFA World Cup. There is natural beauty in abundance; incredible wildlife experiences in Kruger National Park; and diverse cities such as Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Recent history is not hidden, but acknowledged through places such as the unforgettable Apartheid museum and Robben Island.