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.


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 Mpumalanga

1The lions of central Kruger National Park

Your best chances of seeing a lion in Kruger are around the Satara Rest Camp. That's because there is plenty of lion prey, mainly antelope, in these nutritious grasslands. The more open areas allow for easier viewing too.

2Flamingoes of Lake Chrissie, Chrissiesmeer

Lake Chrissie is the largest natural freshwater lake in South Africa and is famous for its variety of aquatic birds, particularly flamingos.

3White Lion Project, Timbavati

The white lions are part of Timbavati’s myth and legend, endemic to the area. View these majestic cats in a controlled environment.

4Birding in Wakkerstroom

One of the most popular birding spots in Mpumalanga’s wetlands region, the reserve is on the outskirts of a small town near the Kwazulu-Natal border.

5Crane Breeding Project, Verlorenvlei

In Dullstroom, you'll find an unusual breeding programme for our national bird. The chicks are raised by a human crane mother dressed in a crane outfit!

6Blue Swallows of Kaapsche Hoop

The endangered blue swallow is still flourishing in the misty cliffs of Kaapsche Hoop, nesting in old mine shaft and caves.

7Chimpanzee Eden

Located near Nelspruit, Chimpanzee Eden, a tranquil sanctuary set on a nature reserve, is home to chimps seeking refuge and is sponsored by the Jane Goodall Institute

8Perry’s Bridge Reptile Park

You'll find Perry's Bridge Reptile Park in scenic Hazyview. Here, you can get up close and personal with venomous snakes, leguaans, crocodiles and other reptiles.

9Rhino Walking safari

Walk on foot with armed guides through the Kruger Park’s bush and have a good chance of spotting these ancient beasts

10The Elephant Sanctuary

This sanctuary in Hazyview offers you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to walk and talk with African elephants. Try their Trunk-In-Hand programme.