A vibrant energy like no other country on earth, South Africa’s unique spirit comes from its incredible diversity in all its offerings. In a single day you can stand on top off a mountain, paraglide down to the sea shore, swim with sharks, go on an exquisite wine tour, and top it all off with a superb dinner at a world-renowned restaurant.
South Africa is one of the few destinations that really does have it all. Spread across its nine provinces you’ll find rolling plains to explore, mountains to ascent, deserts to cross, unmatched safaris, and breath-taking beaches. Best of all, many of those sites are within a day’s drive or a few hours flight of each other!
Situated amidst the towering Waterberg Mountains in the Limpopo Province, the Waterberg Biosphere, as the name suggests, serves as a water reservoir for the region. Renowned for its rugged beauty, the landscape is characterised by low-lying mountain ranges and escarpments, as well as a network of streams, rivers and lakes. It is the home of South Africa’s first-ever savannah biosphere reserve and is also home to many other nature reserves which provide a protected habitat for an array of wildlife. Visitors can enjoy a relaxing soak in natural hot springs, discover the ancient World Heritage-listed archaeological site in Makapans Valley, and view abundant bird life at the Nyslvley Wetlands.