South Africa is a tremendously varied country, its vast territory full of interesting cultures allows you to go out at dawn on a safari to see the Big 5, sunbathe on pristine beaches, taste fine wines in mountain vineyards or live the experience of eating at a world-class restaurant after playing an 18-hole championship golf course, a vacation to South Africa will tick all the right boxes.

But, in which destinations in the vast South African territory can all these activities be enjoyed? From Only One we have found the answers, offering you at the same time the opportunity to get to know this country with us with our Tours in South Africa.

So take note and discover South Africa by our Side.


Cape Town (Cape Town)

From the shops and restaurants of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, to the spectacular Table Mountain, to the top of the mountain and the fascinating views of the city from the cable car, there are many great attractions. You can drive to the white sand beaches, traditional fishing villages and shady mountain ranges, as well as the tourist destinations of Cape Point, the vineyards and Hermanus for whale watching.


Kruger National Park

South Africa’s first national park and one of the largest game reserves in Africa, it has more than 500 species of birds and several endemic species have been identified. Acacia trees towering in the park serve as a source of nutrition for giraffes. and elephants, and the subtropical topography contributes to the protection of endangered lixons.


Cape Winelands Municipal District

While there are more than 20 wine regions in and around Cape Town, the vineyards are generally the three popular towns of Franschock, Stellenbosch and Pearl, although you may be dining at an excellent Restaurant in Franschhoek, in the heart of South African cuisine. You will find some of the best restaurants in town. Art galleries and quaint cafes.


Garden Route

The Garden Route, which stretches for 300 km along the South African coast, features an attractive city, sandy beaches, vineyards and the Fynbos plant, which only grows here. Here, the mountains rise above the golden sands and there are hiking trails from the vast forest of yellow pine and eucalyptus to the beautiful coast of the Indian Ocean.



Johannesburg is one of the largest and richest cities in South Africa, with an area of ​​1650 square kilometers. The rich history and many cultural attractions, one of which is the Apartheid Museum. There are two entrances to the museum, one for the white and one for the non-white, and the visitors are randomly distributed. The room where the videos and photos were displayed showing the situation at the time they are shown is also separated by steel grids, and you can learn the disastrous story while experiencing discrimination.


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