The Rainbow Nation



Sep - Apr

Steadfast’s favourite time to visit

Year Round

Famous For

Cape Town, Winelands, Safari

The Rainbow Nation

Visit South Africa

Great for: Cape Town, Kruger, beach & bush, food & wine, city breaks

South Africa is a world in one country. A single trip through this diverse nation can take travellers from wildlife-filled national parks, snow-tipped mountains and arid deserts to wild coastlines, rolling vineyards and dazzling cities bursting with culture, world-class culinary experiences and vibrant nightlife scenes. 

This stunningly diverse destination offers visitors the chance to taste the very best of what Africa has to offer. Excellent weather and infrastructure mean that travellers looking for a short sojourn and those wanting to linger longer will be equally well positioned to tick off the Big 5 from their safari bucket list, soak up the sun on pristine beaches and explore Africa’s favourite city.


Idyllic Cape Town and beaches

Big 5 safaris


Gourmet dining & award-winning wines

Great golfing

Lively nightlife

Featured Itineraries

Travel on our 11-night Namibia Safari – an epic journey of discovery across South Africa’s Great Karoo and Kalahari Desert to the Atlantic coast – and get two nights’ free accommodation in Walvis Bay and a flight to/from your departure/arrival point.

2-15 APRIL • 30 APRIL-13 MAY 2024

13-26 APRIL  15-28 MAY 2024
11 nights Namibia Safari + 2 nights Pelican Point Lodge

Pullman/Pullman Gold Suite
R165 000 per person sharing
Deluxe Suite
R210 000 per person sharing

Tintswalo Atlantic: Cape Town (2 nights)

Leeu Estates: Franschhoek (2 nights)

Gondwana Game Reserve (2 nights)

From R41 260 per person sharing for 6 nights

Kerala Estate: Breede River Valley, South Africa (4 nights)

Matetsi River House: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe (4 nights)

From R74 585 per night for 8 people sharing

Sandcastle Luxury Villa: Wesley, South Africa (4 nights)

Melton Manor: Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, South Africa (4 nights)

From R67 400 per night for 8 people sharing

Nimano Hillside: Noordhoek, South Africa

Colina Verde: Machangulo Peninsula, Mozambique

From R54 600 per night for 8 pax sharing

Le Cle: Franschhoek (4 nights)

Great Fish River Lodge: Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, South Africa (4 nights)

From R52 800 per person sharing for 8 nights

The Silo Hotel: V&A Waterfront, Cape Town (3 nights)

La Residence: Franschhoek (2 nights)

Birkenhead House, Hermanus (2 nights)

Royal Malewane, Thornybush Game Reserve (3 nights)

From R187,900 per person sharing for 10 nights

The Marley Boutique Hotel: Camps Bay, Cape Town (3 nights)

Coot Club: Stanford, South African Whale Coast (3 nights)

From R30 975 per person sharing for 6 nights

  • 21 Nettleton (Cape Town) (3 nights)
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  • Grootbos (Gansbaai) (3 nights)
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  • Simbavati Amani, Camp George or Waterside (Klaserie) (3 nights)
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Ellerman House: Bantry Bay, Cape Town (3 nights)

Tswalu Karkuni: Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve, South Africa (3 nights)

From R171 900 per person sharing for 6 nights


October to March

UK: British nationals can visit South Africa and can stay in the country for 90 days without a visa.

USA: U.S. citizens (U.S. passport holders) visiting the Republic of South Africa for ninety (90) days or less for tourism / business purposes do not need visas.

EU: If you’re traveling with a passport from many EU countries, you do not need a visa to visit South Africa as long as your trip is for tourism or business and isn’t more than 90 days.

India: Yes, Indian passport holders need a visa to enter South Africa. Indian tourists and other short-term visitors can get a visa for South Africa online or through the embassy in India.

UAE: A visa for South Africa from the United Arab Emirates is not required for stays up to 90 days in the country for purposes of tourism or business.

Southern Africa in general is a low risk Malaria area. Malaria is still present and risk is dependent on the specific area you are visiting. We advise getting in touch with our team if you have any questions regarding the malaria risk in the area you will be visiting. South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia are low risk areas and most of our clients choose to not take malaria prophylactics when visiting these destinations. Preventative methods including long sleeve shirts, long trousers and mosquito spray are advised, especially after sunset and in the rainy months. If you are traveling to Southern Africa while pregnant, we advise you to consult with a doctor. The responsible decision is to take malaria prophylactics when visiting Malaria areas. If visiting Mozambique, we insist clients to take malaria prophylactics. 

  • Peak Season: 6-12 months in advance
  • Mid Season: 3-6 months in advance
  • Low Season: 1-3 months in advance

We always advise our clients to fly through Cape Town. Voted the best city in the world, why not add in a stop.

South African Rand. You shouldn’t carry or pay with USD or other foreign currency. 

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