South Africa: "The Rainbow Nation"

S outh Africa’s diversity has earned her the very appropriate nickname name: “The Rainbow Nation”. Unspoiled nature scenes, an interesting cultural mix ignited by the diversity in the population are some of the elements that have contributed to this nickname. This in combination with a pleasant climate all year round makes South Africa a unique and fantastic country to travel to. in the famous and beautiful Cape Winelands or visiting a professional spa. There is something on offer for everyone.

In South Africa, nothing is impossible. Miles of uninterrupted beaches and beautiful weather alternated with an exclusive safari in one of the many game reserves; playing a round of golf on some of the most breathtaking courses in the world; rafting, surfing or hiking in the Drakensberg mountains; wine tasting


South Africa claims a geographically surface of 1.219.912 km². The distance from the North East of South Africa (Kruger Park) to the South West is almost 2000 km. The climate of the East and the South regions – Cape Town and surroundings - are characterized by a Mediterranean climate. The North is characterized by a steeped climate and the North East by a sub-tropical climate. In the Cape Town area, the rainy season is from June to September and for the rest of the country, rain falls within the months of December and January. The average temperature in the summer months is 22 degrees Celsius and 14 degrees Celsius within the winter months.

When organizing a trip to South Africa, it is important to take the different seasons and climates as well as the distances into consideration. These two aspects Madiba Travel always takes into consideration when advising on a trip.