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 KwaZulu-Natal

1Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve

One of South Africa’s most celebrated game parks. Situated across 96 000 hectares of wild Zululand bush, this reserve is renowned for ‘Big 5’ sightings and its phenomenal white rhino conservation initiatives.

2The iSimangaliso Wetlands Park

This incredible wilderness region and World Heritage Site runs for 280 kilometres from Kosi Bay in the North to Cape St Lucia in the South. Here you’ll find an abundance of wildlife including hippos, crocodiles and leather-back turtles.

3Turtle Safaris, Kosi Bay

One of the major wildlife attractions along the Elephant Coast are the guided turtle safaris on offer at Kosi Bay, when the baby turtles break out of the eggs on the beach and journey back to the ocean (during January/February).

4Tembe Elephant Park

Bordering South Africa and Mozambique is the Tembe Elephant Park – a 30 000 hectare protected area set up to protect the unique elephant population in this part of the world.

5Mkhuze Game Reserve

Situated in Maputaland, Mkhuze Game Reserve is renowned for its incredible birdlife – there are over 450 species of birds in this wild area with its open grasslands, dense forests and coastal dunes.

6Thanda Private Game Reserve

An exquisite reserve with the Big 5, a romantic attitude and only an hour away from some of the best diving South Africa has to offer.

7The uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park

This World Heritage Site is home to prolific birdlife (over 300 species) and small mammals including baboon, leopard, lynx, aardvark and small antelope.

8Zululand Birding Route

Zululand is renowned for its exquisite birdlife and the Zululand Birding Route is a network of guided or self-guided routes that celebrate the birdlife of the area including the magnificent Ongoye Forest.

9Phinda Private Game Reserve

This exclusive private game reserve has won many kudos over the years for their conservation ethics. A number of luxury lodges are found in this game reserve that has cheetah, lion, leopard and an abundance of other wildlife.

10The Zululand Rhino Reserve

Home to the Black Rhino Expansion Project, the Zululand Rhino Reserve consists of 20 000 hectares dedicated to conserving this endangered species.