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All Things To Do

Cape Point

The most southwesterly point of Africa, this is where the cold Beguela current on the West coast and the warm Agulhus current on the East coast merge. Situated in the 22 100 hectare Table Mountain National Park, Cape Point is one of the highest sea cliffs in the workd and a natural World Heritage Site. … Continue reading “Cape Point”

Birds of Eden

Birds of Eden is a world-class free-flight bird sanctuary at The Crags on the Garden Route. Situated next to Monkeyland, the unique two hectare dome (the World’s largest) extends over a gorge of indigenous forest and includes a mysterious ruin with a walk-behind waterfall. The sanctuary’s dome can synthesize thunder and create short spells of … Continue reading “Birds of Eden”

Battlefield Tours

The KwaZulu-Natal battlefields are of particular interest to visitors with a keen interest in history. The Drakensberg and Natal Midlands offer many opportunities to re-discover British, Zulu and Boer clashes on the battlefield. The perfect way to experience a battlefield getaway is to have a specialist battlefield guide weave the historical details together with anecdotes. … Continue reading “Battlefield Tours”

Arniston – Overberg

Named after the ship that went aground there in 1815, this is a popular getaway with lots to offer. Attractions include the old fisherman’s village of Kassiesbaai; the harbour where fishermen return with the fresh catch of the day; a rocky coastline; beaches and sand dunes; and the huge limestone caves of Waenhuiskrans. Sand skiing, … Continue reading “Arniston – Overberg”