South Africa took the number one spot based on our 2015 destination enquiries and the current exchange rate for various currencies makes the country ideal for adventurers with a budget sized travel itch. The England cricket tour will also be a crowd pleaser, a long haul holiday all the more excuse for sporting fans to add an overland expedition or city stay to any test match fixtures.
On every global travellers radar, a follow up to Nelson Mandela’s best selling autobiography “Long Walk to Freedom” is due to be published posthumously in 2016, the book detailing his years as South Africa’s president.
Visit Robben Island where Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison and put a different spin on your adventure at the PPC Newlands cricket Ground. Book our four day Cape Town City Stay
Alternatively, overland your way across Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa, your tour ending in Johannesburg. Depart on 06 January as the “City of Gold” will host the third Sunfoil Test Match at the Bidvest Wanderers stadium from 14-18 January. Grab a front row seat on our seven day African Insight
The Namibian dollar is pegged to the South African Rand. A great addition to any tour in South Africa, explore the otherwordly sights of Namibia on a desert dune climb or boulder across the rocks at Spitzkoppe in search of ancient Bushman paintings on our twelve day Cape Desert Safari.