Home to Extraordinary Diversity

The sunny Rainbow Nation is not only diverse in its cultures but also in what it offers visitors to its beautiful shores. From the captivating landscapes of Table Mountain to God’s Window, and all the mountains, forests, coastlines and plains in-between, South Africa will captivate your soul during your stay. With more than 150 adventure activities on offer there is something to suit everyone in a country that is often referred to as the Adventure capital of the world. Ranging from a gentle walk along the beach to jumping from the highest bungee jump bridge in the world. Become a wildlife enthusiast in one of the many game-rich parks and reserves or gain a deep respect for the Great White Shark during a cage dive. South Africa is also home to world-renowned wineries and excellent restaurants. Both the road and air infrastructure is well developed making it a hassle free destination suitable for families, honeymooners and family groups. Contact Infinite Africa for more information.

  • Best Time to Travel

    The best time to travel to South Africa depends on what you want to see and do. If you are interested in wildlife, the best time to go is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. This is when the animals are more concentrated around waterholes, making them easier to see. The temperatures are also cooler during the dry season, making it more comfortable for hiking and other outdoor activities. If you want to experience the South African summer, the best time to go is from November to April. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, and there are plenty of festivals and events happening.

  • Culture

    South Africa is a multicultural country, with a population of over 50 million people. The majority of the population is black African, but there are also significant white, Indian, and mixed-race populations. The country also has 11 official languages with English widely spoken.

  • Currency

    The currency of South Africa is the rand (ZAR).  Generally, both cash and card payments are widely accepted in South Africa. Carrying a mix of cash and cards is recommended to ensure convenience and flexibility. Many establishments, especially in urban areas, accept major credit cards such as Visa and Mastercard (Diners and American Express are not accepted)

  • Traveling in South Africa

    The road infrastructure in South Africa is generally good. The main highways are well-maintained, and there are also a number of good secondary roads. However, it’s important to be aware that some roads in rural areas can be poorly maintained.  There are several international airports in South Africa, including Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport, Cape Town International Airport, and Durban International Airport with good flight connections both internationally, regionally and domestically.

  • Visa & Passport

    It is important to always double-check if you require a visa prior to travel. The following countries do not require a visa to enter South Africa – Commonwealth countries, most European countries, the United States of America, and Canada to name a few.  Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the date of your intended departure from South Africa. You must also have at least two blank pages in your passport for entry and exit stamps.

  • What to Pack

    When packing for a safari in South Africa, it is important to pack for all types of weather. The days can be hot and sunny, but the nights can be cold. It is also important to pack insect repellent, sunscreen, and a hat.  Important items not to forget include:

    • Comfortable walking shoes
    • Long-sleeved shirts and pants
    • Shorts and a T-shirt for hot days
    • Swimming costume
    • A hat & sunglasses
    • Sunscreen & Insect repellent
    • A flashlight
    • A first-aid kit
    • A camera
    • Binoculars