South Africa

9 provinces, 11 official languages ​​and more than 55 million people.
Kamaroutes takes you to South Africa, also called the the rainbow nation, which attracts millions of travelers around the world every year. You have certainly heard of attractions such as Table Mountain, the Cape of Good Hope, the Wine Route and national parks like the Kruger, Addo and Hluhluwe… If we were to choose. you would visit them all, however it would take several weeks to completely unravel the mysteries of this country, which is twice the size of ​​France. To make it easier for you, we have set up small group tours in South Africa for those who do not want to drive or travel alone. If you prefer a more independent experience, let us inspire you with our self-drive tours in South Africa, ideal for couples, families or camping trails tested and approved by travelers like you.


More reasons to choose South Africa for your next trip with Kamaroutes

  • It has eight world heritage sites such as Robben island, Cradle of Humankind and Wonder caves.
  • It suits many budgets
  • Witness the Big 7 (Rhino, Leopard, Lion, Buffalo, Elephant, Southern right Whales and Great White Shark).
  • Friendly people & local cultures
  • It has some of the best land-based whale watching in the world more especially in Hermanus
  • It has the longest and largest cave system in the world which is Cango caves, the extensive system of tunnels and chambers go on for over 4 km (2.5 mi).
  • It has got one of the best luxury train trips in the world, Blue train and Rovos rail routes.
  • It is home to several wine routes scattered throughout the country, wine festivals, wine estates and wine tasting to tempt the connoisseur.
  • It is the most modern country of Africa with good infrastructure and there are many other attractions that draw the attention of the people towards the country.



Ever heard about The Namaqua land? Once a year, the dusty valleys of Namaqualand turn into a wonderland lined with wild flowers. In fact, Namaqualand is one of the richest floral regions in the world, with more than 1,000 plant species found in the region … Flowering takes place from August to September.

Photo credit: Sanparks Namaqualand

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