Not to be Missed Experiences
Romantic Sunset Cruises on the Cape Town Harbour
A trip to Cape Town isn’t complete without experiencing the magical African sunset at least once. Don’t feel like missing out on one of the most astonishing sights of your trip? A sunset boat cruise in Cape Town is the perfect solution for a romantic visit to the Mother City!
Wine tasting Experiences
The wine regions of Paarl, Franschoek, and Stellenbosch produce some of the finest wines in the Cape Winelands, surrounded by lush mountains and rolling vineyards. On this tour, enjoy a comprehensive introduction to South African wine as you visit four different wineries; sample a wide variety of red and white wines, including port brandy and sparkling wine; stop at a local restaurant for lunch; and taste regional specialties including cheese and chocolates.
Self Drive Experience on the World’s most Scenic Route
The Garden Route is the ideal destination for repeat visitors who feel confident enough to explore South Africa on a self-drive trip. The route meanders along the coast from Heidelberg in the Western Cape to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape and offers some of the most breathtaking scenery South Africa has to offer. The route could be driven in less than five hours, but it is the hidden destinations on the side roads that are the secret of this region
Luxury Train Experience through South Africa
South Africa has some of the most beautifully diverse landscapes in the world. From charming coastal oases and wild African bushveld, to vibrant cities buzzing with artistry and life. It is also a country known for its luxury train travel, renowned for transporting visitors and locals to these locations in the most opulent way. Rail passages move throughout the Cape Winelands and the beloved Karoo, to game reserves and historical regions, making for an unprecedented travel experience like no other. By fusing luxury train travel into your travel itinerary, you will be able to view the depths of South Africa from a new, relaxed perspective that air travel fails to captivate
Helicoper Ride over Cape Town
Take an exciting private helicopter tour from Cape Town to see two oceans in one 25-minute flight. Fly around iconic Table Mountain to see the Atlantic Ocean on one side of the Cape Peninsula and then continue until you get to the Indian Ocean on the other side. Watch the terrain far below change as you fly, from beaches and rolling hills to rugged cliffs.
South Africa is a treasure trove of exciting routes, discovered and waiting to be uncovered, with weather allowing for cycling at any time of the year. MTB heaven! South Africa is a treasure trove of exciting routes, discovered and waiting to be uncovered, with weather allowing for cycling at any time of the year, all day and just about every day. Around Cape Town there are some great single-track routes on the mountain and in the pine plantations. There are escorted trips on the mountain, around the winelands and in the Cape Point section of the Cape Peninsula National Park. The scenic De Hoop National Park near Swellendam, up the east coast from Cape Town, has dedicated, easy trails. There are a few hardcore trails near Swellendam, and then onto the Garden Route, which is just fantastic.
Drumming Session in Cape Town
Djembe drums are hourglass-shaped, hide-covered drums with a distinctive African sound. The drums have their origins in West Africa, and the name apparently comes from the Bambara saying “Anke djé, anke bé”: a call for everyone to assemble in peace. That’s what djembe drumming is all about: unity. Djembe drumming happens in groups, and it’s about coming together. It’s also a great way to meet and connect with people, and learn a little about the African heritage of this important instrument
If you’re a skydiver, you know all about adrenaline addiction and the pull of gravity – so don’t miss out on the chance of a quick jump while you’re on holiday (or a business trip) in South Africa. With it’s excellent climate, largely clear skies and spectacular scenery, skydiving is a very popular sport practiced throughout the year, right across South Africa.
If you’re into paragliding or hang gliding, the sky’s the limit in South Africa! Parachuting history in South Africa started with the formation of the historic Pietermaritzburg Parachute Club back in 1954 – making it one of the oldest parachuting clubs in the world, from the era when skydiving as recreational and competitive sport activity began. Today South Africa boasts numerous long established and reputable skydiving clubs close to Pretoria, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Bloemfontein, on the Wine Route, along the scenic Garden Route, and in some of the smaller university towns, such as Grahamstown.
Best party scene in Cape Town
No matter what the season in Cape Town, nights are long and doors are open if you know where to go. So whether you’re underground or mainstream, old or young, dressed up or down, and spending big or begging for beers, there are plenty of places to get your party on in the Mother City.
Hot air Balloon Safaris
Hot air ballooning in South Africa is arguably the best way to take in the landscapes of this beautiful country. Floating high above the ground, you have a spectacular, uninterrupted view of the gorgeous countryside below. Described as a somewhat magical experience, hot air ballooning is one of the oldest forms of flight known to man. Nowadays tailored to meet the needs of the public, hot air ballooning has become a highly sought after activity
Shark cage Diving
Gansbaai is known as the great white shark capital of the world and is only a two and a half hour scenic drive from Cape Town. It is here that Great White Shark Tours will make your dreams come true! The experienced crew will share their vast knowledge of the water world where they operate when they take you to view great white sharks from the surface or underwater from a cage. This marine wonderland is the closest place in the world where you can safely see these apex predators in their natural environment.
Whale Watching tours
Set out on a boat-based whale watching adventure from Hermanus. Learn about these magnificent creatures from a whale specialist before boarding your twin-hull catamaran, which sets out from the town's New Harbour in search of marine mammals. Depending on the time of year keep an eye out for Humpback, Bryde's, Southern Right whales and even dolphins and seals. Choose to sit inside or out and enjoy onboard refreshments (own expense) as you go.
Zipping from one platform to another via steel cables bolted to the sides of mountains and tall trees is a unique way to experience the stunning natural scenery of Southern Africa. With the wide variety of ziplining and canopy tours in South Africa there's sure to be one that gets your blood pumping! With safety of paramount importance, this is a fun activity for the whole family. Choose to experience the mountains of the Drakensberg, the forests of the Tsitsikamma or the gorges of the Helderberg via a different vantage point...
World’s Highest Bungee
The Bloukrans Bridge is an arch bridge located near Nature's Valley, Western Cape, South Africa. Constructed between February 1980 and June 1983, the bridge stands at a height of 216m above the Bloukrans River. Its central span is 272m and the bridge is 451m in length in total. The view from Africa's highest bridge captures all the majesty and tranquility of the Bloukrans River valley. But there is nothing tranquil about throwing yourself
No matter if you are a galloping professional or an apprehensive beginner, horse riding in South Africa is an incredible experience. Exploring long sandy beaches, lush vineyards or mystic mountains on horseback is an entirely unique experience. Discover the diverse wildlife, birdlife and many picturesque South African treasures whilst horse riding. Let the horse do the work whilst you relax, breathe in the fresh air and admire the beautiful sights around you.
Side car Tours
Experience greater Cape Town from the comfort of chauffeured vintage motorcycle sidecar. Gear up and set out on a thrilling sightseeing adventure throughout the city and its surrounds, taking in top sights like Signal Hill, the colorful Bo-Kaap quarter, Champman's Peak Drive and the Constantia Winelands. Depending on your preference, the route can be switched up to include the suburb of Bloubergstrand and Big Bay Beach for a whole new slew of scenic views
Experience the Big 5
And there's no better place for this than South Africa, which offers the most exciting, memorable and exhilarating experience of your life – coming face to face with the Big Five. Long a stronghold of the Big 5, South Africa offers perhaps Africa's most reliable Big 5 sightings in the private reserves that border the Kruger National Park.
Witness the World’s largest Migration
In what is one of the world’s most quintessential wildlife experiences, the annual Great Migration in Africa is an event like no other. Millions of Zebras, Wildebeest, and other antelope species make this incredible journey.
Explore Majestic Victoria Falls
One of the greatest attractions in Africa and one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River, the fourth largest river in Africa, which is also defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls is the only waterfall in the world with a length of more than a kilometer and a height of more than hundred meters. It is also considered to be the largest fall in the world.
Experience the Oakavango Delta
Travel through South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe and experience the Okavango Delta. Enter an aquatic wonderland on this adventure through south-east Africa's iconic waterfalls, rivers and inland waterways
Roam the Volcano Bed at Ngorongoro
Ngorongoro Crater. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the world's largest volcanic caldera (collapsed volcano), and has become become an incredible “natural enclosure”, sheltering some 25,000 large animals from the outside world in an area little bigger than Crete (about 8000 km²).