As an addition to your perfect hunting safari, why not take a few days to experience the beautiful cultures, places and people of this great nation.

Tootabi Valley Safaris has a vast knowledge of South Africa to provide you with an easy way to see the many wonderful destinations and experience the many bucket-list activities available South Africa.

Contact us via the contact form below and tell us more about what you would like to experience while on safari in South Africa, and we will customise your South African experience to suit your exact needs. We want to provide you with personalized individual Africa safari tours.

Kruger National Park

Arguably the world’s most famous wildlife reserve, Kruger National Park extends some 360 kilometres from north to south, and borders parks in Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It’s home to the Big Five – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino – not to mention 140 mammal species, 517 bird species and 114 reptile species. A considerable network of roads and camps, from luxury lodges to rustic huts, makes Kruger the kind of destination one can visit again and again for your favourite Africa safari tours.


  • Game drives with knowledgeable guides will reveal the best of South Africa’s wildlife
  • Take a guided wilderness trail into areas untouched by humans
  • Watch and wait for game and birds from secluded hides
  • Relax in luxurious and exclusive lodges in remote sections of the park

Cape Town

With the breath-taking Table Mountain as her backdrop, Cape Town has a bit of drama about it. Modern, chic and cool, it’s where South Africa’s creatives gather to push the boundaries, the international jetset come to play on the white sand beaches, and the intrepid come to explore the mountains and wild places on foot or in the saddle of a mountain bike.


  • Take in the view from the top of Table Mountain
  • Drive the mountain hugging Chapman’s Peak
  • Take in the quaint seaside towns of the peninsula
  • Visit the centuries old wine estates of Constantia
  • Experience the electric nightlife and creative scene on Long Street
  • Explore Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 of the 27 years he was incarcerated, and hear first-hand accounts from former inmates.

Cape Winelands

Idyllic small towns, mountain passes opening up to sprawling valleys, emerald rows of ordered vines, centuries-old architecture and, of course, wine tasting at renowned estates, make exploring the Cape Winelands a fabulous way to spend a few days. Wine has been produced in this region for nearly 350 years, and this wealth of history is writ large on gorgeous Cape Dutch style heritage listed buildings, tiny hamlets with cobbled streets and gorgeous landscaped estates.


  • Wine tasting at local estates
  • Fine dining in one of the many fabulous restaurants
  • Exploring the town of Franschhoek with its many galleries, bistros and museums
  • Driving the area’s numerous mountain passes
  • Walking and hiking trails through the fynbos (a belt of natural shrubland declared a World Heritage Site).

The Garden Route

This 300-kilometre stretch of South Africa’s south-western coast is lush and ecologically diverse. It’s sprawling hardwood forests are home to massive trees and rich birdlife, the mountains just inland from the coast reveal spectacular vistas from winding mountain passes, and the coastline’s various bays serve as nurseries for the endangered Southern Right Whale. The towns of Mossel Bay, George, Knysna and Plettenburg Bay attract holiday makers all year round.


  • Whale watching from the shore
  • Walking trails through the Tsitsikamma Forest
  • Bungee jumping off Bloukrans Bridge; at 216 metres it’s the world’s highest bridge bungee jump
  • Multi-day coastal trails with dramatic views
  • Fantastic golf courses maintained to USPGA standards.

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