All Things To Do

Wildebraam Berry Estate

A visit to Swellendam is not complete without popping in to Wildebraam Berry Estate. The beautiful youngberry farm is in the Hermitage Valley of Swellendam and produces unique South African liqueurs and a delicious range of deli products. In the tasting room a delicious array of liqueurs, pickles and preserves are available for sampling and … Continue reading “Wildebraam Berry Estate”

Whale watching

Between June and November each year – give or take a couple of months at each end, South Africa’s coastal waters become calving and mating grounds for whales that migrate here annually from icy Antarctic waters. Once secure in sheltered bays or close to river mouths, these immense creatures give birth to their young and … Continue reading “Whale watching”

V&A Waterfront

Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront has become South Africa’s most visited destination. Set against a backdrop of magnificent sea and mountain views, exciting shopping and entertainment venues are intermingled with imaginative office locations, world-class hotels and luxury apartments in the residential marina. … Continue reading “V&A Waterfront”

The Centre was established in 1971, in the past known as the De Wildt Cheetah Centre it has recently been changed to The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre as a tribute to the woman who has devoted her life to the survival of the cheetah species. Today the Centre can look back with satisfaction on … Continue reading “The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre”

Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre offers a unique wildcat experience where guests are taken on an hour-long guided tour to meet captive-bred felines living in a semi-natural environment. A variety of indigenous birds, such as Blue Cranes and Marabou Storks, can be seen in the gardens of Tenikwa, and some meerkats have their home there too. Programmes … Continue reading “Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre”

Swellendam – Overberg

Nestling at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, Swellendam has much to offer visitors who have an interest in history, nature and outdoor activities. Situated on the N2, approximately 240km from both Cape Town and George, Swellendam is the perfect choice for a halfway stopover or as a base from which to explore the area. … Continue reading “Swellendam – Overberg”

A visitor to the Maropeng Visitor Centre, the official visitor centre for The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, is a must for visitors to Johannesburg, Pretoria. The focus on the development of humans and our ancestors spanning millions of years, provide a unique insight into our ancestry. Combine this with a visit to Sterkfontein … Continue reading “Sterkfontein Caves and The Cradle of Humankind”


The Stellenbosch Wine Route is arguably the country’s most famous, and the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin area includes 106 cellars – most of which are open to the public. With its venerable old buildings, this is the University’s main thoroughfare, where modern student life sits comfortably side by side with our history and architectural heritage.  … Continue reading “Stellenbosch”

St Francis Bay

St. Francis Bay is a picturesque seaside village situated in the Kouga district of the Eastern Cape, which is midway between Port Elizabeth and the Garden Route town of Knysna. St Francis Bay is known for its excellent beaches, unique canal system and nature areas, water-sports and leisurely lifestyle. Visitors to St Francis Bay enjoy surfing and fishing, tennis … Continue reading “St Francis Bay”

Johannesburg has many unique and popular South Africa holiday activities. The most popular is a day trip to Soweto, a town that has become synonymous with South Africa’s struggle for freedom. Other places of interest include The Apartheid Museum and Gold Reef City where you can experience a recreation of the gold rush of the … Continue reading “Soweto and Johannesburg Day Trip”