The great outdoors

    The Kruger National Park
    Diving our South Coast
    Big 5 safaris
    Whale-watching
    The Transfrontier Project
    The Bloukrans Bungee
    Cape Town’s beautiful beaches
    Canopy tours

    The great outdoors

    • The Kruger National Park

      The Kruger National Park is not just about big game. There are wilderness areas of great natural beauty where you can discover unique forests, brilliant birding, traces of early humankind, and a once-notorious area between South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, where old-time baddies hung out, criss-crossing the Limpopo River on foot. More
    • Diving our South Coast

      When it comes to diving, South Africa ranks up there with the world’s best. The South Coast is a prized destination due to its alluring combination of reefs, shipwrecks and the various species of sharks and rays which frequent the waters. There’s no doubt, this is one exhilarating dive! More
    • Big 5 safaris

      Big Five safaris in South Africa are a must-do for anyone fascinated by wildlife. Big Five refers to buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard and rhino and the term comes from the animals considered most dangerous to hunt. Now the thrill comes from photographing them in their natural habitat. More
    • Whale-watching

      Whether you visit South Africa’s whale-watching capital Hermanus or choose a scenic spot along the Garden Route or Wild Coast, seeing these marine giants in their natural environment is an experience that you won’t want to miss. More
    • The Transfrontier Project

      The Maloti Drakensberg Transfrontier Project protects the delicate high grasslands and craggy peaks of what some have termed Africa’s greatest water factory. The project also provides a sanctuary for rare birds, mammals and alpine flowers. More
    • The Bloukrans Bungee

      One, two, bungee! Leaping off the Bloukrans Bridge, you plunge 216 metres into the gorge below. As far as adrenalin rushes go, you don’t get much better than a Bloukrans bungee jump, which also happens to be located in one of the most scenic corners of the country. More
    • Cape Town’s beautiful beaches

      The beautiful beaches in Cape Town contribute to the Mother City’s worldwide acclaim. From the trendy shores of Clifton and Camps Bay to the warmer swimming waters of False Bay – if you love surf and sand, Cape Town will have a beach that’s just right for you. More
    • Canopy tours

      Canopy Tours afford you a perspective on the fauna and flora of the forest that few human beings would ordinarily experience. See amazing sights while you learn about the forest and soar from platform to platform as free as a bird on a remarkable system of pulleys and wires. More