South Africa


Johannesburg hosts the Cradle of Humanity, the Apartheid Museum and the Market Theatre, spaces where the history and arts are showed in all its glory. If you wish to try one of the more exquisite wines of the world, visit Cape Town or Franschhoek, where you can also taste the traditional dishes of the zone.

South Africa also highlights internationally because of its awesome biodiversity, which remains in big natural reserves like the Kruger National Park, The Londolozi Private Reserve, the Mala Mala Game Reserve, Welgevonden and Sabi Sands. Listen to the call of nature and live your own safari experience in this special destination.

Cape Town

Cape Town is the largest province of South Africa, where buildings like the House of Parliament and Koopmans de Wet House preserve its edwardian or victorian architectonic style. Visit the Sea Point suburb, a densely populated residential zone that will astonish you with its rocky coast full of little beaches.

If nature is your biggest fascination, rove through Table Mountain walking or in cableway to admire the Botanical Gardens of Kirstenbosch. Before you come back home, enjoy a theatre show outdoors in Wynberg, the biggest neighborhood of Cape Town.


Kruger National Park. The biggest and most famous of Africa, where you can appreciate the immense biodiversity of the continent.

Sabi Sands Game Reserve. Space characterized by its excellence in safaris and luxury housing.

Mala Mala Game Reserve. One of the biggest private wildlife refuges of the world, where you can make nocturnal tours.

Welgevonden Game Reserve. A peaceful oasis with resorts of little cabins, that stands out for its exclusivity and sustainability.

Because of the miscegenation between the english and indigenous origins, South Africa has an extraordinary cultural wealth that reflects in each of its cities.

  • Continent: Africa
  • Weather: From warm to desertic. More extreme in winter and summer.
  • Visa: Necessary for Mexicans.