Travelling to a new country has to be the most exhilarating experience (that and skydiving, of course!) … and it’s especially overwhelming if you’re travelling alone. In fact, a lot of our safari guests are usually first-time visitors to South Africa, so if there’s one thing we understand, it’s our guests’ need to feel as prepared as possible.
Top Tip - There are a lot of positives to experiencing new places so we’ve found a few tips for you to keep in mind when visiting a country for the first time.
For those guests who have taken the plunge, booked with us and are now travelling to South Africa for their unforgettable safari, we thought these weather forecasts might help when it comes to packing … and you’re welcome.SKUKUZA WEATHER JOHANNESBURG WEATHER CAPE TOWN WEATHER
To help you stay up-to-date with what’s happening in and around SA (and to start a few conversations in the airport lounge, perhaps), here are a few interesting articles to read:
- • New life-size Madiba statue in Cape Town gets the go ahead
- • 6,000 animals donated to revitalise national park
- • From Big Five to Little Five
- • Conversions to historic farmhouse are under way
We hope that we have made your bags lighter, and given you something to get a conversation going with someone as well as to travel more.
Until next time… Ready, Steady, TRAVEL!