Book your 21 Day Immersive South African Tour

From history and cultures being so diverse, with 11 official languages to the ever present jaw-dropping scenery and awe- inspiring wildlife, arid desert and coastal forest, South Africa will leave you overwhelmed by its beauty but within its simplicity!

South Africa is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating countries in the world. It has so much to offer and you cannot leave without being enriched in so many ways.

Due to its rich history as well as its truly unique and diverse cultures, both ancient and ultra-modern, its 11 official languages, welcoming people, breathtaking landscapes, rich African fauna and flora as well as its arid deserts contrasting with dense humid forests, South Africa will amaze you with its beauty and simplicity.

During this trip, we will explore many of the attractions and highligts that this country has to offer, both well-known and more so not well known places. With our focus on the history, culture, scenery, adventure and conservation – the wildlife section is also a huge part of the tour and we will do several safaris in world famous reserves.

In a destination so unique and diverse – the word that will come up often is “contrast”. From destination to destination, the varied landscapes will never cease to amaze you, as will the daily life of this equally diverse rainbow nation.

We will of course visit some of the most famous attractions in the country but will also explore places that are much less touristy. Beautiful hikes await us in the Drakensberg mountains and at the Wild Coast, in pristine natural ecosystems. Alone in the world, we will walk along deserted white sandy beaches and visit authentic rural villages as well as charming little towns and countryside communities.

Unforgettable safaris, awe-inspiring landscapes, vibrant culture, great food, great weather, and happy people, all will make for a truly exceptional experience.

An adventure that creates lasting memories, which will bear your signature.

Junglers Adventure Tours

"21 Day Immersive South African"

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One of South Africa's most picturesque view points
Magnificent rock formations and pot holes
3 round hut-like dwelling rocks
Stunning views and an altitude drop of 512m through the Drakensberg escarpment
The “Greater Kruger” region refers to about twenty private game reserves which are adjacent to the Kruger with no fences in between. Animals are free to move around this vast area. The advantage of these reserves is that you can travel there with guides only, far from the tourist masses and have a more private and intimate experience with nature. We thus have the privilege of making unique encounters with local fauna and flora, big and small. The Kruger is one of the world's greatest wildlife destinations. All of Africa's iconic species - elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, rhino, buffalo, giraffe, hippo and zebra - share this 20,000 km2 territory with hundreds of other species.
Wildlife experience in South Africa's best game reserves - Kruger National Park;
Best wildlife encounters and experiences in open vehicle game drives.
A small landlocked monarchy in southern Africa well-known for its wilderness reserves and culture.
The park’s centrepiece is the vast Lake St. Lucia, home to large numbers of hippos, crocodiles, pelicans and flamingos.
One of the oldest proclaimed reserves in Africa & previously used as King Shaka's private hunting grounds.
Majestic mountain range of South Africa which offers a diversity of activity & attractions
Scenic stretch of coast of with diverse ecology, vegetation, lagoons, lakes and beaches.
Ancient rock paintings of the San - indigenous people in Southern Africa.
Addo Elephant National Park is the third largest wildlife reserve in the country. The park was created in 1931 to protect the last eleven elephants in the region. Currently, the park hosts more than 350, not counting all the other members of the "Big Five" and several other species, including some antelopes which are non-existent in the reserves further north.
The particularity of this 180,000-hectare park is that it is also home to two other "Big" ones, the Great White Shark and the Southern Right Whale, which can be seen from the shore of the magnificent coastal sector during the calving season, or between June and November. Addo Elephant is therefore one of the few places in the world where it is possible to observe the “Big 7”!
This marks the 50-year anniversary of what began as Nelson Mandela's "long walk to freedom".
The Cape is a favourite destination for wine connaisseurs from around the world
• Sea kayaking
• Bungee jump
• Basotho pony ride
• Robben Island
• Forest mountain bike
• Knysna boat trip

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