Tours for South Africa

Tours for South Africa

Tours For South Africa is the Preferred Tour, Transfer, Charter & Events Organiser /Operator on the Garden Route & Little Karoo, requested for by name.

Delivering unquestionably superior service by meeting customer & guests demands & expectations.

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Visit Knysna

#ReimagineKnysna #KnysnaBeyondBeaches

Although our beaches are closed, please do not let that deter you from your holiday here.

In the greater Knysna area, we have so much more to offer and discover:
🌳 Nature walks, hiking trails and mountain biking
🛶 So many watersport activities at various locations
⛵️ A variety of reputable tour operators offering guided boating trips, rasta experience, paragliding, to name a few.
🍹 Open-air restaurants and cocktail venues
🍄 Art galleries and a number of pop-up shops
💆‍♀️ Spa's and wellness facilities to pamper away the stresses of 2020.

#WeAreOpen and we look forward to welcoming you this summer.

Greater Knysna... STILL naturally the greatest place this #summer!

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"Be inspired by your journeys travelled, and the ones yet to come" - Sam Clark


What we wouldn't give to be walking with these gentle giants again!

What adventures are you dreaming of during lockdown?


Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints!

There is nothing more relaxing than being able to breath in the fresh ocean air while feeling the sand beneath your feet!

We look forward to making new memories and experience the beauty of the Garden Route with you when lockdown ends.

Until then stay safe, stay home and stay positive!


Male lion showing off his massive teeth!


Blesbok calve feeding while mom grazes.

Native to South Africa, these antelope are easily identified by their prominent white face and a thin horizontal brown stripe above their eyes. The name originates from the Afrikaans word "bles" meaning blaze, which refers to the white forehead of the antelope.

Both females and males have lyre-shaped horns and can weigh up to 85 kg.



The beautiful Knysna estuary.

Home to 43% of South Africa's plant and animal life species, this iconic estuary is classified as the most bio-diverse in South Africa.

We can't wait to get back to this peaceful paradise!


The ultimate leap of faith!

Nothing can compare to the terrifying yet absolutely exhilarating experience of a bungee jump.


Family of pumbas! Warthogs are day animals that can often be seen kneeling on their front knees while grazing. At night they shelter in burrows that they enter tail first, using their tusks to guard the entrance from predators. They usually live in family groups but can also exist in bachelor groups or as solitary boars.



"Of all the paths you take in life make sure a few of them are dirt" - John Muir

We can't wait to get back out on the road again.

Until then stay save, stay home and stay positive!


Impalas, one of Africa's most common and graceful antelope.

These incredible animals can leap up to 3 meters high and cover a distance of 10 meters in a single jump!

When attacked they leap and scatter in all directions in order to confuse the predators. They are known to jump over large bushes and stumps instead of going around them.

Male Impalas are easily recognised by their wide, lyre- and ring shaped horns which can grow up to 90 cm long.



African sunsets are best experienced on safari!


The king of the beasts catching up on some much needed rest!

Did you know that these majestic animals can spend up to 20 hours a day resting and sleeping.


We can't wait to get out there again, to start a new adventure, to see the breathtaking landscapes and magestic wildlife of South Africa.

Until we can travel again stay save, stay home and stay positive!



Ring-tailed lemur hanging around on its throne! We just love the lemur encounters at Cango Wildlife Ranch.


A majestic kudu bull! The spectacular spiral horns have two and a half twists and can, if straightened, reach a staggering length of 1.8 meters!

Kudus are highly alert and nervous animals. When they detect danger they wil give a loud, sharp alarm bark before dashing off. As they run their tail is curled up over their back exposing the white underside. This serves as an alarm signal for the rest of the herd and signals them to follow.



Wishing you and your family a very blessed and happy Easter!

Stay home, stay safe and stay positive!



The spectacular safari moments when you find yourself just meters away from these majestic animals leaves you breathless!



Sparring Buffalo. These animals are often referred to as the "black death" due to their unpredictable and aggressive behavior.

Male African buffalo can weigh up to 1000 kg and are characterized by their large curved horns that are fused at the base. This creates a bone shield referred to as a "boss". The horn span of an African bull can exceed 1 meter!

With their bulky build and think horns the buffalo is considered a very dangerous animal.



Lion in the mist at Lalibela Game Reserve!


"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks" - John Muir

Absolutely breathtaking views from the Featherbed Nature Reserve!


White rhinos grazing under the African sun.

These magnificent animals are known for their large horns that grow from their snouts- hence their name rhinoceros meaning “nose horn“. The rhino is one of the biggest mammals in the world and can weigh over 3500 kg! They are often seen covered with mud which acts as a natural sunblock to protect their skin from the sun and can also ward off pestering bugs.

It is truly an amazing experience to witness these bulky beasts in their natural habitat!


“Africa – You can see a sunset and believe you have witnessed the hand of God. You watch the slow lope of a lioness and forget to breathe. You marvel at the tripod of a giraffe bent to water. In Africa, there are iridescent blues on the wings of birds that you do not see anywhere else in nature. In Africa, in the midday heat, you can see blisters in the atmosphere. When you are in Africa, you feel primordial, rocked in the cradle of the world.” - Jodi Picoult

There is nothing better than the fresh air, stunning views and African wildlife roaming free while on safari. What do you miss most during this 21-day lockdown?

Stay safe, Stay home. We are all in this together!


Stunning views from the lookout point in Wilderness to keep us going during the 21-day lockdown!

Be safe, Stay at home. We are all in this together!


Cheetahs are the fastest land animal in the world and can reach a top spead of 112 km/h in just 3 seconds! They are easily recognised by prominent black lines that curve from the inner corner of each eye to the outer corners of the mouth. These black lines, or tear lines, are believed to protect the eyes of a cheetah from the harsh African sun and help them see over long distances.



The beautiful Cango Caves! These dripstone caverns are located at the foothills of the Swartberg mountains just outside of Oudtshoorn. The Cango Caves is Africa's largest show cave and the oldest tourist attraction in South Africa. These 20 million old limestone formations are truly magnificent and not to be missed when you find yourself in Oudtshoorn!


Every sunset brings the promise of a new dawn - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Save tourism, postpone your trip rather than cancelling!

Stay safe out there, avoid large groups and practice good hygiene. We are all in this together!


Hyenas are primarily nocturnal animals but can sometimes be spotted in the early hours of the morning, especially on those occasional misty mornings.

They use various sounds to communicate, one of which is the infamous laughter used to express excitement or frustration. Hyenas have their own unique laugh that can indicate their age and status in the pack.

Despite being known as scavengers, these animals are highly aggressive and can be seen fighting lions for food.

These elusive animals were spotted on safari at the beautiful Lalibela Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape.



Experience the best the Garden Route has to offer with Tours for South Africa.

From adrenalin-filled activities including mountain biking, abseiling and canyoning (kloofing) to encounters with African wildlife and breathtaking mountain views, the Garden Route has it all.

For available day tours throughout the Garden Route contact us by email at [email protected] or call us on +27(0) 44 873 5700.


Join us for an all inclusive 10 day Cape to Garden Route tour and enjoy the beautiful history and scenic wonders of South Africa! Highlights include a drive along the colorful Bo-kaap, a trip up the world renowned Table Mountain, a visit to the breathtaking Cape Point, Bartolomeu Dias Museum, a scenic drive to the breathtaking city of Knysna, a visit to the Cango Caves and much more. Before leaving the beautiful city of Cape Town you are treated to some of the best wine farms in South Africa on a full day wine tasting experience, one of which is the beautiful Meerlust Estate, famous for their world-class wines!

For more information contact us by email at [email protected] or call us on +27(0) 44 873 5700.


Zebras are social animals and live in large groups, called herds. They often team up with other animals such as the wildebeest or antelope to protect themselves from predators.

When threatened, these amazing animals form a semi-circle facing their attacker and prepare to strike if need be. A zebra's kick can deliver a strong enough force to break a crocodile's jaw!

They can also become quite aggressive when competing for females. The stallions fight each other by biting and kicking with their hind legs.

We were lucky enough to witness the powerful kick between two zebras while on safari at Lalibela Game Reserve.



The Storms River Suspension Bridge, which is situated in the Tsitsikamma National Park, is considered one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Tsitsikamma region.

Hanging at just seven meters above the Storms River Mouth, this 77-meter-long suspension bridge provides spectacular views of the river and Indian ocean. The boardwalk leading up to the Suspension Bridge takes you through the Tsitsikamma forest where you can find several lookout points and enjoy the magnificent views of the turquoise ocean.

For more information on day tours available in Tsitsikamma contact us by email at [email protected] or call us on +27(0) 44 873 5700.

Our Story

Tours for South Africa is a family owned touring and transfer company offering a wide range of tours and transfers in and around the Garden Route, Little Karoo, Eastern- and Western Cape. From historical and cultural tours to adventure activities, eco and wildlife tours, we aim to cater to your specific need.

With a fleet ranging from VIP sedans to luxury coaches, we can accommodate individuals travelling alone to small family groups and larger corporate groups. We have also added both helicopter and aircraft flights allowing you to experience the Garden Route from a bird’s eye view.

In addition, we also specialise in organising both international and national events which include anything from brand activation to sports events, team building and year end functions.

We strive to deliver zero-defect service!

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