- South Africa All inclusive holidays
From the iconic plateau of Table Mountain to the ocean currents around the Cape of Good Hope, all-inclusive South Africa holidays offer some of the most iconic geography anywhere in the world - Cape Town in particular is one of those places where a photograph from almost any angle can look like a picture postcard. It's a rich country in its own right, with deposits of diamonds and gold to be found, and it's among the world's 25 largest countries by population and geographic size, making it a compelling destination for nature-lovers or to experience its communities and culture.
After the storm
South Africa's own riches weren't the only appeal of the area in the early days of exploration - it was also seen as the gateway to access the treasures of the Indies to the east. This led the Portuguese to rename the 'Cape of Storms' as the 'Cape of Good Hope', and this positive-sounding title has stuck ever since. With the thriving city of Cape Town now occupying much of the headland, it's quite clear that the optimism was not misplaced, and cheap holidays to South Africa allow you the opportunity to experience the city for yourself.
Escape to the Escarpment
The Great Escarpment is one of the largest geographic features in South Africa, and forms a natural boundary between many of the different regions of the country, creating distinct climates along the way. Its local name is the Drakensberg, and the ridge is also the natural land border with the Kingdom of Lesotho, which South Africa entirely surrounds. If you want to get away from the big cities and see a different side to South Africa, try an all-inclusive holiday in different regions along the Escarpment. Look out for packages that are either based here or include excursions to nearby areas in their price.
What else can I get all inclusive?
All-inclusive South African holidays give you access to this iconic landscape on a budget you know you won't go beyond. No matter where you go, your food and drink will be included, but there are a few extras to look out for too. For instance, you might want to book tickets for a local sporting event, as sport is a huge element of South African culture. Alternatively, if your resort is along the southern coastline, cheap holidays in South Africa can put you at the heart of the Garden Route and some of the most stunning coastal landscape to be found anywhere on this vast continent.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to South Africa?
South Africa is home to some superb all-inclusive resorts where you don’t have to worry about food and drink, it’s all covered as part of your package. If you’re exploring the incredible landscapes or simply enjoying a beach holiday, start the day right with a freshly prepared breakfast. Then finish it in style with a dinner in your resort. No booking, finding half-decent local places or figuring out the currency, just stress free eating and drinking on all-inclusive holidays in South Africa.