Things to do when you looking for even more fun!
Canyoning, also known as Canyoneering or Kloofing in South Africa, is the art of following a mountain stream down its course by floating, jumping, swimming, floating or any other means possible.
Culture vultures can get their fill of museums, art galleries, Anglo/Boer/Zulu/bullet slinging/spear throwing battle sites. Southern Africa’s history is flavoured by a variety of exotic influences and there’ll be something to suit everyone’s taste. Just don’t expect 1 000 year old cathedrals. This icons covers all cultural interests.
For all day trips in and around South Africa.
South Africa has some fine dive sites. With a choice of oceans and conditions to choose from – not mention a huge variety of wreck and reef diving – water babies will have their hands full. This icon means it's time to pull out your fins.
Africa is a wild continent and Southern Africa has fought hard to save her wildlife. A multitude of game parks pepper the area ranging from the impossibly exclusive to the downright affordable. A trip to the Kruger National Park is well worth while – although it is by no means the only game park worth visiting. This icon tells you that you're within game park visiting distance.
Things to do when you're looking to enjoy the countryside!
Explore the beauty that South Africa has to offer on horseback.
Jolling is a wonderful Afrikaans word for PARTYwhy-because-you-canING. And there’s lots of it in Southern Africa because the people are friendly , the beer is cheap and the nightlife whatever you want it to be. This icon tells you when to put on your dancing shoes.
Experience the magic of unpowered flight with paragliding.
The thrill of sandboarding allows you to fly down the awesome dunes with the wind in your hair, without the splash of the waves or the chill of the snow.
Face to snout with the one of ocean's greatest and scariest predators.
Skydiving in South Africa is likely to be the most excitement you can have on a plane ... or out of it?
South Africa is a fantastic surf destination. With two different oceans – the icy Atlantic and the warm Indian – bordering the country, there are a large numbered of surf spots with a wide variety of waves. So no matter if you’re a beginner or if you’ve been around since Captain James Cook, you’ll find something to suit you. This icon idicates good surf stops.