Team building & meetings

The Indaba Tree at Pretoriuskop, Kruger National Park

You'll find the Indaba Tree at Pretoriuskop camp in the Kruger National Park near the camp's swimming pool – one of the park's nicest pools.

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Team building and meetings

South Africa offers incentive opportunities like nowhere else. You can add value by including a team building or meeting element to the incentive.

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Drumming workshops

Drumming workshops with like-minded people are a fun way to find your own personal rhythm en-route to good spiritual health.

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Top 10

Photogenic spots

1Top of Table Mountain

Have your camera at the ready - 360° from the revolving cable car up (and down), and from atop the mountain, 2 kilometres of walkways lead to stunning views of Cape Town, Table Bay, Robben Island and the Cape Peninsula.

2Panorama Route, Mpumalanga

One long photo opportunity! Highlights include waterfalls, God’s Window, the Three Rondavels, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, and the mighty Blyde River Canyon.

3Augrabies Falls

Fantastic lunar-like landscapes and a thundering waterfall that dissipates into myriad rainbows. Follow the walkways for the best views.

4Valley of Desolation, Camdeboo National Park, Eastern Cape

Piles of granite boulders reaching heights of 120m, in this vast moonscape, ruptured by towering cliffs, with pools of wildflowers – welcome to God’s sculpture garden.

5The Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal and Free State

From Qwa-Qwa National Park in the Free State, walk up to the Sentinel, for forever- views over the Drakensburg Amphitheatre; and in KwaZulu-Natal – climb the chain ladder to Mont-aux-Sources and photograph the roof of the world.

6Namaqualand in Springtime

Carpets of wild flowers as far as the eye can see. If you’re old-school bring plenty of spare film, or else make sure your camera’s memory card has LOTS of space - photographer’s heaven.

7Kalahari, Northern Cape

Be inspired by extraordinary wildlife and blood red sunsets, strive to capture the architecture of the light in this land of dunescapes and shadows.

8Golden Gate Highlands National Park

Sandstone cliffs that glow from gold to russet as the sun rises and sets; valleys covered with grasses of every hue; plains game, raptors, and in winter, snowfalls complete this chameleon landscape.

9Kosi Bay, KwaZulu-Natal

Capture shimmering wetlands and lakes lined with vivid green reed beds and dense coastal forest. Snap yawning hippos, rare birdlife and sunsets on the water that have to be seen to be believed.

10Cederberg Widerness, Western Cape

A rugged mountain wilderness strewn with boulders and fantastical rock formations. On a smaller scale indigenous fynbos, rare leopards, snow proteas and San rock art sites enrich your photo-safari here.