South Africa is located on the southernmost tip of the African continent. It is marked by several distinct ecosystems, which makes it a fascinating and diverse country to explore. Feel the thrill of getting up close and personal with big game at Kruger National Park, an Inland safari destination. The Western Cape offers beaches and is home to the world's best land-based whale-watching spot, Hermanus. Visit lush vineyards around Stellenbosch and Paarl, the craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, the forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town, beneath flat-topped Table Mountain.
Luxury Vacation Homes in South Africa
Our luxury vacation properties in South Africa range from 2 bedrooms and 3 baths to 6 bedrooms and 7 baths and feature the range of amenities and appointments that our discerning guests have come to expect from Villaway. Outdoor luxuries include stunning oceanfront views, verdant mountain vistas, tranquil lake views, private pools with teak lounge furniture, hot tubs, barbecue facilities and al fresco dining groups, children’s play areas, expansive lawns complete with fragrant gardens and koi ponds. Interiors are no less opulent, with extensive use of gleaming local wood, elegant furnishings, large entertaining spaces and top shelf kitchen spaces. Bedroom sanctuaries feature intimate seating areas and spa-like baths. Many of our South Africa luxury vacation homes also feature smart home technology and the very latest in electronics.
Activities in South Africa Near Our Luxury Vacation Rentals
The Lost City Resort is the largest thermal resort in the world as well as the largest building project undertaken in the southern hemisphere. South Africa is home to one of the world's 6 floral kingdoms, with has one-tenth of the world's flowering plants. South Africa is also home to more species of mammals than North and South America combined; or Europe and Asia together. Mpumalanga province is home to the Blyderiver Canyon, which is the third largest canyon in the world. The Tugela Falls in KwaZulu Natal, at 3110ft, is the second highest waterfall in the world. Close to Oudtshoorn are the Cango Caves, almost two miles of caverns glittering stalagmites and stalactites. It is the longest cave sequence in the world.