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Over 70 international airlines now fly into South Africa. Award-winning South African Airways, the national carrier, flies to destinations all over the world and is connected to major international air routes.

It's a long haul from Europe (10 to 12 hours), Asia (12 to 17 hours) and the United States (up to 15 hours or even more). You'll most likely fly directly into OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, or increasingly, there are direct flights into Cape Town International Airport.

Durban's King Shaka International Airport is South Africa's third major international airport, located about 35km north of Durban City Centre.

Independent travellers wishing to save money and time in Johannesburg should consider using the hyper-modern and safe Gautrain service.

This train service has stations in Sandton, Rosebank and Pretoria, and runs from the airport. It takes only 15 minutes to Sandton (compared with around 35 minutes by car) and costs a fraction of what you would pay for a shuttle or taxi service.

In Cape Town, you can make use of the city's MyCiti bus service, which takes you directly from the airport to the city centre, from where you can easily hire a cab. The bus route also extends to the major tourist area in the V&A Waterfront, stopping at Thibault Square, Stadium, Granger Bay and Breakwater en route (you do not have to change buses for this).

Kruger Area

Balule Reserve

Elandela Reserve

Elandela Reserve Accomodations

Kapama Reserve

Manyeleti Reserve

Manyeleti Reserve Accomodations

Northern Cape

Tsuwalu Private Game Reserve

Tswalu Private Game Reserve Accomodations

Northern Cape Province Locations

Western Cape

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