Western Cape

Western Cape incentives

Cape Town is the heart of the Western Cape, and has regularly been voted one of the best cities in the world. Once your meetings are done, head out on a voyage of exploration.

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Western Cape incentive highlights

The Western Cape is hard to beat as an incentive destination. it's natural wonders provide opportunities for ecological adventures and outdoor activities in nature reserves and along its beautiful coastline.

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Wildlife wonders in Gauteng

1Rhino and Lion Nature Reserve

Situated in the Cradle of Humankind (just 40 kilometres West of Johannesburg) the Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve is home to lions, rhinos, cheetah, Nile crocodile and over 600 head of game.

2Rietvlei Nature Reserve

You’ll find this rehabilitated wetlands reserve to the south of Pretoria. There is a variety of wildlife roaming the grasslands, including buffalo, rhino, hippo and zebra.

3Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve

Situated to the south of Johannesburg, Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve covers some 13 337 hectares of ridges, plains and kloofs that support an array of wild animals – including baboon, cheetah, hyena and antelope. In mid-summer, look out for exquisit grassland flowers.

4The Lion Park, Lanseria

Home to over 80 lions including the famous white lions of Timbavati, the Lion Park in Lanseria also offers up a close-and-personal experience with lion cubs.

5Dinokeng

The Dinokeng Tourism Route (just outside Tshwane and Johannesburg) is being transformed into a ‘Big Five’ destination. There are already a number of well-stocked private game reserves where you can see animals like giraffe, kudu, zebra, waterbuck and wildebeest in their natural habitat.

6Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens

At the scenic Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens, you’ll see the rare Verreaux Black Eagles and other exquisite birdlife, quite apart from the beautifully tended indigenous plants.

7Roodeplaat Dam Nature Reserve

Located to the East of Pretoria, this nature reserve has over 170 species of birds. There is also zebra, kudu, waterbuck, blue wildebeest, steenbok and black-backed jackals.

8Marievale Bird Sanctuary

About an hour from Johannesburg, in among the remains of old gold mines is a a truly remarkable place to see birds by the thousand. Marievale is well-loved by local birders.

9Nooitgedacht Nature Reserve

Enjoy a game drive in this 20 000 hectare reserve that is home to zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, elands, gemsbok, kudu leopard and hyena.

10Heia Safari Ranch

A 650-hectare game ranch nestles at the foot of the Swartkop mountains. Here you can view over 176 species of birds as well as buffalo, hippo, wildebeest, impala and giraffe.