Welcome to Africa
Africa is becoming a very popular holiday destination of choice among Irish holidaymakers who want to see some amazing sights, have a wonderful African experience and enjoy a Safari. Well it wouldn’t be an African holiday without one!
We have a super range of flights and holiday packages to Africa. If you are still undecided about where to go, check out some of these must-see African destinations.
Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain, which forms a prominent landmark, which overlooks Cape Town. It is a very popular Cape Town landmark, with spectacular views guaranteed from the summit of Table Mountain.
When you are in Cape Town, a visit to the famous Adderley Street should definitely be on the cards. Visitors will discover a major Cape Town street, which is known as this South African city’s central Business District. There is an abundance of night markets, restaurants and shops that every tourist to Cape Town should visit. Cape Town’s main train station is also located here.
Any visitor who visits Cape Town is advised to make their way to Camps Bay. It is a very popular attraction with tourists and South African’s alike, who wish to experience a beach holiday.
This part of Cape Town is synonymous with swinging palm trees and white sandy beaches and the nightlife here is second to none.
You have to explore the amazing game reserve, which is well-known to many visitors to Johannesburg. It is Kruger National Park. Enjoy a three day Safari into the depths of the African wild and come face to face with some of Africa’s biggest and smallest animal species.
Johannesburg Stadium is located in the Doornfontein part of Johannesburg. This stadium, which hosted a number of games during the 2010 World Cup, can accommodate 37,500 people and the stadium was originally built for athletics competitions. The most notable part of this stadium is its swinging roof. During your holiday in Johannesburg, why don’t you take in a game at this stadium, which is usually very colourful on match day.