Take an exhilarating flight that swoops over deep and mysterious gorges and through lush valleys bursting with vegetation and colour. Linger above cascading waterfalls, for some brilliant photo opportunities. The flight will continue to God’s Window, which offers awesome panoramic views of the bushveld below. Then it’s on to the fascinating and dramatic rock formations … Continue reading “Cascades and Canyons Helicopter Spectacular”
The southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas, is a treacherous stretch of coastline where countless ships have been engulfed by the crashing waves. Enjoy the rugged beauty of Agulhas, and visit the Lighthouse Museum and the Lighthouse Restaurant. Do a self guided excursion in the Cape Agulhas National Park, rich in fynbos, marshland and birdlife, … Continue reading “Cape Agulhas – Overberg”
Some South Africa holiday activities are strictly for thrill seekers. Adrenalin junkies should consider a visit to the highest commercial bungee jump in the world at Bloukrans River Bridge. The height is 216 metres with a 7 second free fall! The adventure company Face Adrenalin will make sure you have an experience of a lifetime! … Continue reading “Bungee Jumping – Bloukrans Bridge”
A balloon safari with Bill Harrop’s is one of the most elegantly adventurous South African holiday activities! Hot-air ballooning is an exciting adventure that takes you to glide above the treetops and dream among the clouds, weather permitting. Sipping fine champagne, marvel at panoramic views of the Magalies River Valley and Hartbeespoort Dam and see the … Continue reading “Balloon Safari”
Located just an hour’s drive from Port Elizabeth, is the malaria-free Addo Elephant National Park, a sanctuary to more than 450 elephant, buffalo, rhino, and various species of birds and antelope. The park – South Africa’s third largest – offers a wide variety of South Africa holiday activities including horse trails, day and night guided … Continue reading “Addo Elephant National Park”
The Cradle of Humankind is a listed World Heritage Site, shared between the South African provinces of Gauteng and the North West. Here one can explore the amazing finds that have led some of the world’s leading palaeo-anthropologists and archaeologists to suggest that humankind first appeared in this corner of Africa. Meet the famous “Mrs. … Continue reading “The Cradle of Humankind”
Spend the day shopping till you drop. You will be visiting places like Safari Junction and Casterbridge, which is perfect for purchasing stunning curios and beautiful arts.
A video presentation is followed by the opportunity to view cheetah, including the beautiful King Cheetah, African Wild Dog, Ground Hornbills and many other rare species. The tour also enables one to view the specialized breeding and rehabilitation camps for the Barbary Lion and Rhino. The tour lasts approximately one and a half hours.
An old-time favourite, Hermanus offers fantastic beaches, a tidal pool, a beautiful nature reserve, many scenic drives and walks, rugged cliffs, outstanding whale watching, markets, eateries and more.
South Africa’s weather conditions and diverse countryside, makes this an ideal place to plan your next golfing getaway! There is a wide selection of world class golf courses in Gauteng. Travel within an hour of the Sandton area and you will find 36 of the Top 100 golf courses in South Africa. A little further … Continue reading “Golf”
The Keurbooms River Nature Reserve, situated 5 km from Plettenberg Bay, stretches up the river for about 5 to 6 km. To experience the beauty of the reserve you can either take a ferry trip which lasts 2½ hours or you can hire a boat and travel up the river by yourselves. This is one … Continue reading “Ferry Cruise”
Discover Cape Town’s most intimate wine route and learn about the history of the oldest wine-growing area in Southern Africa. Find everything you need to plan a visit, from places to stay, eat and shop to things to see and do. Located at the centre of the Cape Peninsula, only minutes from the centre of … Continue reading “Constantia Vineyards”