Two of us will be travelling to South Africa (for the first time) this November for a wedding which will be in the Marloth Nature Reserve. We are hoping to get two weeks annual leave and visit other parts of the country before travelling to the wedding before flying home (or vice versa). We would particularly like to visit Cape town/Garden route and wine regions before/after the wedding. My questions for you at the moment (i'm sure i'll be back with more specific itinerary questions later) are regarding flight logistics. Our leave is quite precious so we want to maximise time exploring the country. Direct flights to CPT from the UK are looking to be in the region of £980 return. Flights with 1 stop are about £200 cheaper but almost double the travelling time. We would then need to get an internal flight to Nelspruit and back. We would rent a car whilst in the Cape Town region. We are obviously seeing the price of everything totting up. Has anyone got any thoughts regarding flights and the logistics of our proposed general plan? We are just using skyscanner etc to look into flights but was hoping some people here had some inside knowledge/bright ideas. Thank you.