Cheap flights from Ireland to Johannesburg, South Africa over local summer and to Windhoek, Namibia from only €360 return with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic!
South Africa is a large, diverse and incredibly beautiful country with breathtaking natural views! This is the place where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic giving life to diverse sea creatures! You will find there almost 3 000 kilometres of coastline and massive geodiversity. Expect to find here majestic animals such as rhinos, elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards and great white sharks, as well as diverse plant life and indigenous forests.
South Africa's wine industry dates back over three centuries. A trip to Cape Winelands region is a journey of indulgence. Most of the local vineyards are located in the lush Boland Basin, around 80 km (50 miles) to the northeast of Cape Town. The river valleys are ideal for growing a number of varietals, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Pinot Noir. Explore the beautiful estates, sampling award-winning wines in cool cellars.
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The stunning Namibian landscapes attract people from all over the world and hardly anyone leaves the country without a strong determination to explore this incredibly beautiful nature once again. Visit Fish River Canyon and Etosha National Park! You just have to experience it yourself and encourage others to go on a trip of a lifetime!
Namib Naukluft Park is the largest conservation area in Africa and one of Namibia's most spectacular landmarks. The most well-known area of the park is Sossusvlei, a salt pan with characteristic red dunes.
In the nearby Deadvlei you will find the 550-year-old acacia tree skeletons contrasting against the background of white clay pan and steep, golden dunes. The red sand that forms them was deposited here from the Orange River by the Benguela current and strong wind. The sand dunes in the Namib Desert are known as “star dunes” due to the wind shaping them from all directions.
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February – July 2019
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Dublin – Johannesburg – Dublin
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In Johannesburg we encourage you to stay at 4* Ascot Boutique Hotel. This stylish boutique hotel is in Johannesburg’s Norwood district, 11 km from Ellis Park Stadium. It has spa facilities, a free fitness centre, a bistro and a bar. Free WiFi is available. All stylishly decorated guest rooms at Ascot Boutique Hotel have a flat-screen TVs and minibar. In addition, every room has an en suite bathroom stocked with luxury amenities.
In Windhoek we encourage you to stay at Arebbusch Travel Lodge with reasonable rates and very good reviews. Set in large grounds by the dry Arebbusch River, Arebbusch Travel Lodge is 5 km from central Windhoek. There are outdoor pools with sun terraces, and free parking near the rooms. Located in buildings overlooking the garden, each spacious room offers air conditioning, a fridge and private bathroom. Some have pool views and a furnished terrace. Featuring a fireplace, the restaurant serves traditional African cuisine and a hot and cold buffet breakfast. Meals can also be taken on the terrace overlooking a pond with fountain, and a communal braai barbecue and bar are provided.