1Dive with Tiger Sharks
Aliwal Shoal offers some of the most exciting scuba diving in the world. Dive with tiger sharks, ragged tooth sharks, manta rays, dolphins and whale sharks.
2Climb an Icy Waterfall
Fancy climbing a frozen waterfall? Adventurers can participate in guided ice climbing on technical peaks in the Drakensberg Mountain range. Being super-fit will certainly help your cause!
3Hot Air Ballooning in the Drakensberg
Float in a hot air balloon over the spectacular uKhahlamba-Drakensberg National Park, and enjoy your lofty viewpoint over one of the most scenic regions in South Africa.
The KwaZulu coast is perfect for surfing – and Durban has some of the best waves in the country. The city also boasts 320 days of sunshine per year… you do the math!
5Hiking in the Drakensberg
If you love to hike, the Drakensberg is just the place to be – no matter what the season, the views are spectacular from any angle. There are a number of guided walks on offer from beginners to advanced.
For those who love the great outdoors, Karkloof Canopy Tours offer a unique eco-experience traversing up to 30 metres above the ‘floor’ of an indigenous forest teeming with plant, insect and birdlife.
7Deep Sea Fishing
St Lucia, along the Elephant Coast is one of the best fishing spots in the country. Head out along the estuary and find some of the best game, bill and bottom fishing South Africa has to offer.
8Paragliding at Bulwer
Bulwer is one of the best paragliding areas in South Africa – excellent conditions prevail (and the scenery’s not bad too!). There are a number of local gliding operators in the Southern Drakensberg area.
9Fly in a Biplane from Virginia Airport
Own the skies as you experience the classic exhilaration of flying in an open cockpit plane – enjoy gorgeous views of the KwaZulu-Natal coastline.
10Head out to Sea with the Shark's Board
Head out to sea with the Natal Shark's Board and find out more about these incredible predators.