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About South Africa

South Africa is situated in the southernmost district of Africa, with a coastline that stretches in excess of 2500 km and along two seas (Atlantic and Indian). It is known for its dynamic mix of culture, people and nature, South Africa is one of the most appealing holiday destinations in the world. Bounded by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique, with the kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland enclosed within its borders, South Africa is home to a remarkable mix of first and third world capabilities. This country is one of the most appealing, diverse and interesting countries in the world. Tons of tourists flock to South Africa for its natural beauty, wildlife and sunshine. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of tours.

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Super Saver South Africa Honeymoon Special

7 Nights / 8 Days

₹ 1,09,000 Onwards

South Africa Discovery

9 Nights / 10 Days

₹ 1,53,000 Onwards

Scenic South Africa - Self Drive

10 Nights / 11 Days

₹ 1,03,650 Onwards

South Africa with Luxury of Kruger

10 Nights / 11 Days

₹ 1,14,060 Onwards

South Africa Experience - Ex Ahmedabad

12 Nights / 13 Days

₹ 2,03,000 Onwards

Flamingo Transworld provides a wide range of hotels, resorts and villas, restaurants, spas and some world-class activities. South Africa is famously referred to as the rainbow nation because it consists of so many diverse cultures and religions.  Contained within South Africa's borders are Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Tswana, Ndebele, Khoisan, Hindu, Muslim, and Afrikaner people to name but a few. All of these people are united by calling South Africa home, and therefore their lives significantly add on to forming a part of the country’s heritage, identity and culture. Flamingo Transworld has the right South Africa tour packages for you to select from. Check out South Africa hotels on Flamingo’s Hotel Portal which offers you a wide range of options to choose from.

Check out Turkey Packages from different Indian destinations: South Africa tour packages from Ahmedabad, South Africa tour packages from Mumbai, South Africa tour packages from Delhi. Flamingo Transworld also offers a range of theme packages to South Africa like: South Africa tour packages to South Africa Group tours, Adventure in South Africa, South Africa self drive tours, luxury tours to South Africa and many more.

How to reach South Africa

Traveling to South Africa by Air

Flights are the most available and the most ideal approach to arrive in South Africa. There are plenty of direct and corresponding flights connecting this African nation to a large portion of the significant regions over the globe. Only one aircraft South African Airways offer non-stop flights to South Africa from India.

This flight can be boarded up from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport situated in Mumbai which takes you to O.R. Tambo International Airport situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. Notwithstanding these, there are likewise some corresponding flights to the nation from many known cities of India, like that of Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Varanasi and Lucknow.

These flights usually land at Johannesburg's O.R. Tambo International Airport or Cape Town International Airport. British Airways, Swiss Airlines, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and KLM are a portion of the carriers that have non-stop flights to South Africa. These flights usually have layovers at Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Nairobi and so forth.

Besides these, there are other airlines also providing these services, which include
- Qatar Airways,
- Air France,
- Singapore Airlines, 

- Cathay Pacific and
- Malaysia Airlines.

Traveling to South Africa by Sea
South Africa is among one of the travel destinations that additionally has an ocean route to arrive at it. While this may appear to be too bothersome and tedious, the journey through the profound sea in a puzzling cruise is definitely exciting.

If you wish to travel by the sea route to make your South Africa tour more memorable and exciting, then there are multiple cruise tours available for you to reach ports like St. Helena or Cape Town.

But these cruises don't provide direct connectivity from India and are supposed to be boarded from various European countries like UK, at Tenerife. Once you reach the port you can opt for different modes of transportation like buses, cars or trains to finally reach your destination in South Africa.

Traveling to South Africa by Road
In case you are traveling to South Africa from a neighboring African country, taking the roads is a suitable option. There’s a good network to and from the continent’s southern-most country, from places like Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Lesotho or Namibia. Choose between the international bus service and a private rental to go at your own pace.

Cape Town is the starting point of three national highways and it is well connected to the surrounding areas by many routes. All the significant transport organizations work intercity associations between Cape Town and different urban areas in South Africa, just as to Windhoek in Namibia.

Places to visit in South Africa
South Africa is a country with varying landscapes and diverse population. There are several highly attractive places to visit in South Africa that pulls a large number of visitor crowds every year.

Addo Elephant National Park
Addo Elephant National Park is the 3rd biggest national park in South Africa. It has extended to conserve a wide range of biodiversity, landscapes, fauna and flora. Addo Elephant National Park is located in Eastern Cape, a little more than an hour's drive from Port Elizabeth and 9 hours drive from Cape Town. Addo is habitat to one of the most dense African Elephant populations on earth, roughly 550 of them.

They once wandered the entire continent. There were only 1.3 million African elephants who survived by 1979. Ironically, in 1989 they were added to the international list of the most endangered species with only sixteen left in the Greater Addo area. More recently the Addo Elephant National Park has stretched out to become the only park in the world to lay claim to Africa's 'Big 7' - elephant, rhino, lion, wild ox, panther, southern right whale and white shark.

Ostrich Farm tours
Come and observe ostriches up close at these Ostrich Farms as they are still a must-see attraction in South Africa. This Ostrich Farm is also home to the beautiful & rare White Ostrich. In these farms, you will learn and see all aspects of ostrich farming. They will show you all stages from incubation to adulthood. Along with that catch a glimpse of the miracle of chicks getting hatched in their Incubator Room. Later on, go to feed and meet the ostrich up close in one of their breeding camps. If interested, try to understand more about the Kenyan Red, Zimbabwe Blue as well as our local South African ostriches.

Table Mountain
Table Mountain is the most iconic landmarks in South Africa. It is the country’s most attractive and photographed attraction. This welcoming place holds many surprises that wait to be discovered. This place is definitely more than clicking scenic photographs but it is also a place to find eternal peace. There are approximately 2200 species of plants found on Table Mountain and 1470 floral species. From the peak of the mountain, the mountain reaches 1086 meter above sea level and to the city, its features are more appealing and thrilling.

Boulders Beach
Boulders Beach near Simon’s Town has a lot to cater for you. It is the ancient granite boulders which protects it from the wind and large waves, and makes it an ideal swimming spot for kids. The shoreline is in every case perfect and safe, since it falls under the Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area.

It is rarely crowded, and kids will be delighted by the stunning rock pools. However, the delicate white sand and warm waters are by all account not the only reasons why 60,000 guests a year advance along the coast, past Simon's Town, to Boulders Beach. The local inhabitant African penguins in their know how to pull the crowds.

Cape of Good Hope
The Cape of Good Hope is a popular journey for guests staying in Cape Town, South Africa. It is a lovely spot with inconsistent climate, baboons that will strongly attempt to attack your vehicle and cute penguins playing in the sea. If you are traveling to Cape Town, you just can’t afford to miss this amazing place!  This landscape comes with lots of wind and unpredictable weather. The coastline meeting the backdrop of clouds with an occasional glimpse of the sun created a dramatic landscape.

Things to do in South Africa
South Africa is a safari super power which has ever changing scenery and offers lots of amazing things to do in South Africa.

Snorkel with seals
The most amazing experience that you can have on your holiday is when you are snorkeling with seals. In Cape Town, Snorkeling happens on the Atlantic Side of the Hout Bay.  Though the trip usually is dependent on weather conditions, this wild-life adventure will surely bring you closer to wild animals in their natural habitat.

Try white shark tank diving
During your trip to South Africa, be a part of this unique experience wherein you will be close to the sharks. The incomparable White Shark Tank diving happens consistently, however, the best time to get a good underground visibility is from the months of January to March and October to December. The incomparable White Shark Diving dispatches from Klein baai Harbor which is said to be the White Shark Capital of the World.

Helicopter ride in Cape Town
Witness the astounding waterfront and beautiful magnificence of Cape Town when you go on a Helicopter Ride to coat at the Cape Peninsula from angles never seen before or take a two seas scenic flight and appreciate the picturesque trip over the Atlantic Ocean. Other flights that you can opt for include Robben Island Scenic Flight, Atlántico Scenic Flight and so forth.

Go for adventure hiking at Table Mountain
Adventure hiking at the top of the most popular table mountain is one of the favorite things for the adventure junkies out there. This mountain shapes an eye-catching milestone and offers unmatched perspectives to Cape Town. Climbing here is perhaps the craziest thing you could ever tick off your list. The path here ranges from simple to direct and troublesome. Rock-Climbing, Caving and Mountain Biking are a portion of the other most well-known experiences.

Go for Kayaking in the heart of Cape Town
Be a part of an astonishing encounter when you go kayaking in the core of Cape Town. Take a guided visit and oar your way in the midst of the warm waters of False Bay. Winter Months are evidently said to be the ideal time to participate in this action. On the off chance that you have an interest in whales or penguins, there is a high possibility you may really spot them.

Best time to visit South Africa
August to mid-October
Spring is the best time to visit South Africa and this is the time during which you can see the blossoms of the Namaqualand. There is additionally little precipitation during this time and as dry season proceeds with, these months are likewise the top seasons for South African safaris.

May to July
These are the winter months and climate in the inside levels and higher-lying regions turn stunning with dry and fresh bright days and cold evenings with infrequent ice. In the KwaZulu-Natal coast, winter is also siphoned by warm and bright days with no wind or precipitation. These dry months are additionally the best time for South African safaris.

Mid-February to April
This is fall or Pre-winter in South Africa and the climate remains bright and warm that will in general get colder with moving toward winter months. The nation gets little precipitation during this time and it is the best time to visit the Cape and Garden Route and Cape Town. With warm bright days and refreshing evenings, the city is extremely charming in March and April.

Mid-October to Mid-February
South Africa can be visited any time of the year, however, you ought to  make your choice relying on your advantage and regions you may plan to visit. This is summer in South Africa with blistering and radiant climate and incessant night rainstorms. This is the best time for visiting the Drakensberg Mountains.


Happy Travellers

We Had An Amazing And Memorable Trip!

Our tour for South Africa with Flamingo Tours and Travels was great. During the whole trip the weather and everything was amazing, we had an amazing and memorable trip and the selection of food, hotels, everything was great and the tour was very well managed by the entire team of Flamingo. The services were all upto the mark, and it really felt like a true holiday.
Thanks to Hiren amin, our tour leader, had great knowledge and his arrangements were amazing.
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   May
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South Africa so well organised and memorable

Thank you Flamingo for making our trip to South Africa so well organised and memorable.
Our itinerary covered almost all interesting places in South Africa like Pilanesburg and the Lion park, Suncity with adventure sports and Bakubung with amazing wildlife experience and beautiful resort in the forest
Harsh was so helpful and very keen to see that he fulfilled all the promises given by Flamingo travels of various sightseeing and activities
We were never rushed and had enough time on sightseeing.
Food was Excellent throughout with lot of Variety!!
Hotels were good but as we had upgraded to ‘THE Palace ‘in Suncity we had a better experience A special thanks to HARSH for helping us get back our Mobile phone which was lost in the flight He was very competent in tackling this adverse situation and didn’t give up till he managed to get it back
Overall a great experience!!
Would love to travel with you again!!
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Aug
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It’s An Amazing & Unforgettable Trip Of My Life!

From my point of view it’s an amazing and unforgettable trip of my life. And it’s only very good because the tour guide like Hiren was with us as younger brother. No words for you, Hiren.
The food arrangements, hotels and sightseeing choices were more than upto the mark.
Thanks to the team of Flamingo! 
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Feb
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Flamingo Has Taken Too Much Care Minutely

Our South Africa trip was excellent, Flamingo has not done compromise anywhere; the food was too good. All BLD were perfect. The stay was fine and no sightseeing is missed bcoz the weather was good n even guide also tried to cover everything. As far as guide harsh is concerned...Excellent person...Took too much care of senior citizen like us and very mild n cooperative, and always smiling face
I would definitely give 10 marks out of 10 to harsh...
On the last day after taking breakfast when we were sitting in the bus we were provided theplas with pickle ...oh it touched my heart...i must say that flamingo has taken too much care minutely..
Thanks to whole team of flamingo.
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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   May
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South Africa Tour Was Excellent

My family and I enjoyed a great 12-day tour. The itinerary was excellent, the quality of hotels, Indian food, the comfort and the warmth, knowledge & charm of our guide Mr. Darshakbhai were all perfect! Extremely happy with this tour and highly recommendable to anyone that wants to enjoy the Wildlife & Adventure at its fullest. We were fortunate to see almost all of the animals in their natural habitats: leopard, elephants, giraffes, zebras, rhinos, hippos, buffalo, ostrich. Cape Town is the most beautiful city I have ever visited: 360-degree views of mountains and coastline; the penguins. Take a good camera with a good zoom lens. It’s been a truly breath-taking and awesome experience and we highly recommend Flamingo Travels to anybody who wants to travel to Africa.

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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Aug
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Frequently asked questions about South Africa Tour Packages

What is the currency of South Africa?
The currency of South Africa is Rand (ZAR). During your travel to South Africa, you can conveniently use your MasterCard and Visa credit cards.
What are the languages spoken in South Africa? Is English commonly spoken in South Africa?
South Africa has several indigenous dialects of which 11 are formally recognized. But you can easily get around with English as it is widely spoken across all the major cities and towns.
Are there luggage restrictions for a South Africa safari?
The things that you need to carry with you at all times include your sunglasses, medication if any passport, wallet any electronic device whether it is a laptop or a mobile, binoculars, camera and jewellery. But if you are travelling in a small aircraft or a vehicle, the luggage capacity will decrease. 
What is the best time to visit South Africa?
Winter (May to October): It is one of the best times to visit South Africa for amazing game viewing on safari ride in Kruger, Pilanesberg and more as animals are usually found in the bushes. For a beach holiday in Cape Town you can choose to visit during hot summer months between November to March, but do keep in mind to book your hotels in advance if you wish to celebrate Christmas or New Year on your South Africa tour. 
What should be the duration of the South Africa tour?
The minimum time frame for exploring South Africa is 8-12 days as South Africa has an extensive variety of attractions to offer. Cape Town cannot be justified in less than 4 days. A night (or two) in the nearby Cape Wine lands or Whale Coast is a great add-on.
Which places are covered in a South Africa tour?
Johannesburg, Sun City, Pilanesberg National Park, George, and Capetown are some of these destinations covered in a South Africa tour package. 
Which are some of the best adventure activities to try in South Africa?
South Africa is blessed with never-ending variety of outdoor adventures. Some of the most thrilling adventure activities that one should not miss during your South Africa tours are as below:

● Paragliding over Cape town 
● Safari in Kruger National park 
● Bungee Jumping 
● Climb Table Mountain 
● Take a River Cruise 
Do Indian citizens need a visa to visit South Africa?
Yes, Citizens of India require a visa to enter South Africa. So if you are planning for a tourist visa from India, you will have to apply VFS visa application centers. 
Is South Africa safe?
Yes, most areas that tourists venture to are safe and the likelihood of a tourist becoming a victim of violent crime in South Africa is low. South Africa, in general, has a travel advisory with a recommendation to exercise a high degree of caution due to the level of serious crime. 
What are some of the best places to visit in South Africa?
What are some of the most popular things to do in South Africa?
South Africa never fails to surprise travelers with its astounding diversity and ever-changing scenery, but apart from its natural beauty, it also offers a lot many things to do and some of them are as below:

What are some of the best South Africa tour packages offered by Flamingo Transworld?
Does Flamingo offer self-drive tours to South Africa?
Yes, Flamingo does offer you with self-drive tour to South Africa. For more information refer, South Africa Self-drive tours.
Is South Africa a good honeymoon destination?
Known all around the world, South Africa is considered as one of the most romantic honeymoon destinations. Both Cape Town & Cape Peninsula are worth visiting on your romantic getaway. The city will never fail to amaze you with the best of nightlife, thrilling adventure activities, endless scenic beauty, and the scene for food and wine is perfectly fine.

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South Africa is a vast, diverse and a beautiful country. It is unique and is also known as “The World in One Country”. It is officially known as the Republic of South Africa offering orientation to the many jewels of the nation. Traveler will get to experience classic African scenery, combinations of landscapes, local people, history and culture and more. South Africa is also popularly known as the “adventure capital of the world” offering some exciting activities to experience on South Africa tour packages. Wildlife lovers come here from across the globe in search of “Big Five”, lion, buffalo, leopard, rhino and elephant. Apart from the wildlife and landscapes the destination also flaunts coral reefs, shark dives, white-water rafting, golden beaches, surfing and more. South Africa has almost 3000 kms of beautiful coastline for all sunbath lovers. One can also experience local and international cuisine which includes South Africa’s own famous wines.
Modern humans have resided at the Southern tip of Africa for than 100000 years and their ancestors were there for some 3.3 million years. South Africa history is divided into two phases based on broad patters of technology named Stone Age and Iron Age. In 1652, the Dutch East India Company landed the first European settlers on the Cape of Good Hope introducing a colony that by the end of the 18th century numbered about 15000. In 1795 the pilgrims attempted to set up an independent republic. In the wake of assuming control over the Cape Colony in that year, Britain took lasting belonging in 1815, toward the finish of Napoleonic Wars, bringing in 5000 pioneers.In 1867 the discovery of diamonds and gold brought a flood of “outlanders” nine years later into the republics. The discoveries led to new conflicts leading to an open warfare between Boer settlers and the British Empire, fought fundamentally for control over the nascent South African mining industry. As the Boer got defeated in South African war, the Union of South Africa was created as a self-governing dominion of the British Empire on 31st May 1910 in terms of the South Africa Act 1909, which united the four previously separate colonies named Cape Colony, Colony of Natal, Transvall Colony and Orange River Colony. South Africa became a completely sovereign country state within the British Empire. After decades of armed struggle, terrorism and international opposition, the African National Congress achieved victory in the country’s first democratic election.

South Africa is a famous tourism destination and the industry accounts for a considerable amount of the country’s revenue. It is a land of rich history and geographical diversity. South Africa tourism has the ideal mix of wildlife, adventure sports, coastlines, wineries and deserts. All of this is set against a bold cultural past that’s gone through up’s and down’s. But the country has moved forward and tourism has been a major contribution to its progress.

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South Africa Holiday Packages : South Africa has so much to offer to everyone, you truly will be stunned. Customers traveling with Flamingo thoroughly enjoy their tour with utmost comfort and fun.  It’s hard to name another holiday destination that offers as much variety as South Africa Tour Packages.

Tourists here will get to see amazing African scenery, fine weather, great beaches, modern accommodations, and superb cuisine. The southern tip of Africa also offers an exotic array of adventures, off-roading on a safari and diving with great white sharks. Apart from the big name “game parks” South Africa is also home to some of the world’s luxurious private game reserves and lodges. It is a totally appropriate place for wildlife lovers from all over the world. Book your South Africa Tour now and explore all of it.

Here is a list of places one must visit on their trip to South Africa:

  1. Cape Town, Western Cape: Cape Town lies at the tip of the Cape Peninsula, which is a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park. It is one of the planet’s most breathtaking cities. The metropolis enjoys a mild, Mediterranean climate a well developed infrastructure and a spectacular natural setting.

  2. The Drakensberg: The Drakensberg is a mountainous region that forms boundary between South Africa and the mountain kingdom of Lesotho. It offers some of the country’s most awe-inspiring landscapes. The name “Drakensberg” is derived from the Dutch meaning “mountain of the dragon”.

  3. Garden Route: The Garden Route is a scenic stretch of the South-Eastern coast of South Africa. The name comes from the diverse vegetation encountered here and the numerous lagoons and lakes dotted along the coast. This popular driving route passes through the rolling green hills, pretty coastal towns, lagoons, lakes and coastal cliffs. Book your South Africa self-drive tour and explore the destination’s beauty at the best.

  4. Robben Island: In Table Bay, World-Heritage listed Robben Island is a haunting reminder of the horrors of apartheid. Nelson Mandela spent 18 years imprisoned here in a tiny cell.


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