Discover South Africa with South African Airways!
South African Airways (SAA), the continent’s most awarded airline, serves over 75 destinations in Africa in partnership with SA Express, Airlink and its low cost carrier Mango. In North America, SAA offers the most flights from the U.S. to South Africa, operating daily nonstop flights from New York-JFK and direct flights from Washington D.C.-Dulles (via Accra, Ghana or Dakar, Senegal) to Johannesburg. SAA has code-share and interline arrangements with United Airlines, Air Canada, and JetBlue Airways, which offer convenient connections from over 100 cities to SAA’s flights.
SAA is a Star Alliance member and the recipient of the Skytrax 4-star rating for 15 consecutive years. In Business Class, enjoy 180 degree lie-flat beds, cozy duvets, and fluffy pillows ensuring a good night’s rest. Economy Class features a bright, comfortable cabin with spacious seating and top-notch amenities and two (2) free pieces of luggage. Your Africa experience starts when you board your SAA flights, with complimentary African inspired cuisine and fine South African wines.
South African Airways-Africa’s Warmest Welcome!
If you're looking for a safari experience in South Africa, the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces remains an iconic tourism drawcard. Big Five refers to buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard and rhino and the term comes from the animals considered most dangerous to hunt.. To see a leopard dozing in the bough of a tree, spotting a black rhino half-hidden in thick shrubs, finding a pride of lions in the shade after a kill, or watching a large herd of elephants or Cape buffalo move soundlessly across the road - these are all priceless moments. South African Airways and partners take you to Kruger National Park from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. You need to fly into Hoesdspruit (HDS), Mpumalanga (MQP) or Skukuza (SZK).
South African Wines
South Africa boasts 18 official wine routes and 2 brandy routes – 99% of them just a short distance from the heart of Cape Town. They are among the most scenic in the world, featuring many historic wine estates that date back centuries, and include the Route 62 wine route, said to be the world's longest wine route. The most popular wine routes are those in Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl, with Robertson and Durbanville areas emerging as new favourites. Most estates have daily wine tasting, cellar tours and sales. And because wine and food belong together, some of the world's best restaurants can be found in the Cape Winelands.
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Sample fares are round trip, including all fuel surcharges, taxes and fees. Additional airline fees for baggage may apply. Tickets are non refundable, non transferable, non-assignable. Name changes are not permitted. Fares are subject to change without notice. Accompanied Child pays 75% of fare. Infants not occupying a seat pay 10% of fare. Fares may require an advance purchase of up to 21 days. Certain Blackout dates may apply. Minimum stay is one Sunday. Holidays & Weekend travel may have a surcharge. Fares will vary depending on departure city and travel dates. Other restrictions may apply. All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions of purchase.
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