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RSA Office

South Africa



Office Location: Cape Town, South Africa

Regional General Manager: Pieter Enright

Oversees: Southern Africa Safaris and Escorted Land Tours



"Catch the Bug" from Our Southern Africa Office

When Vantage's Regional General Manager of southern Africa Pieter Enright tells travelers to beware of the Africa Travel Bug, he's not referring to the tsetse fly. "Once bitten," he jokes, "everyone falls in love with this part of the world. Many of them return year after year!"


Pieter can't blame them. After 12 years in the travel industry, it's where he chooses to live, and he and his wife are delighted to raise their young daughter Natasha in Cape Town, South Africa. He loves showing travelers the diversity of this vast region: the best game viewing safaris in the world, breathtaking landscapes, world-class vineyards, a rich and fascinating heritage, and the cosmopolitan flair of his home city.


"The Best Trip Ever!"

Pieter is proud that the people of southern Africa have worked to make South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Namibia among the best destinations in the world. One Vantage guest recently told him as his trip drew to a close, "Good memories are captured on this camera. But our lasting memories are here in Africa, and we'll be back to revisit them." The guest echoed what Pieter has heard from so many: that their Africa journey was "the best trip ever."


It's Vantage's local know-how that keeps people coming, he says. A guide from outside Africa could never tell a traveler about the sunset dinner on the beach in Camps Bay, South Africa; or that the vendors in Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls market sometimes prefer to barter for old clothes, sunglasses, or calculators. But local Program Managers know all these secrets.


Pieter's Secrets to the Best Memorable Journeys

  • Exceptional Program Managers and driver guides who can spot elusive wildlife
  • The insider's knowledge of his staff throughout southern Africa enlighten each journey
  • Rich Cultural Connections bring out the region's natural diversity and hospitality