Maybe you’ve read about Cape Town’s gorgeous beaches or even been for a swim or a hike on one?
If you’re an adrenalin junkie and haven’t yet ticked bungee jumping off your bucket list, then this is the year to do so.
There you are underwater minding your own business, eyeing the reef, the starfish, the sponges and all other sorts of marine life, when whoosh – you’re suddenly surrounded by seals.
Just outside the ostrich farming town of Oudtshoorn in the Karoo, once famous for its feathers and ‘feather palaces’ where the ostrich farmers lived it up, you can now take a meerkat tour with conservationist Devey Glinister.
South Africans love waterskiing and wakeboarding, particularly during the warm but wet summer months when inland water levels around the most parts of the country are at their highest.
It’s summer in South Africa and surfers around the country are enjoying showing off in front of big crowds on the beach.
Less than 90 minutes from the metropolis of Johannesburg, you can go 60m underground and experience a cave tour at the Sterkfontein Caves in the Cradle of Humankind, near Maropeng.
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