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SSouth Africa is an endless outdoor playground. From skydiving to walking safaris, hot air ballooning to windsurfing, treetop zip lining to river rafting – there’s no shortage of raw adventures and adrenaline-pumping moments.
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South Africa’s 2,700km of coastline, two oceans and varying climate areas, offers snorkellers a myriad of underwater environments, especially KwaZulu-Natal and the south coast of the Western Cape.
Table Mountain is not only famous for its unusual shape. This iconic Cape Town wonder has several beautiful hikes to its summit. Experience Table Mountain’s biodiversity and magnificent views of the city with a hike up Platteklip Gorge, one of its most popular hiking trails.
A honeymoon in Mpumalanga is perfect for an adventurous couple. There are mountains, forests, rivers and waterfalls to explore, as well as one-horse towns steeped in history, and some of the world’s most famous game reserves. There are also plenty of romantic settings to enjoy in the wake of your big day.
Take a drive from Grahamstown to Port Elizabeth and explore the pubs, beaches, restaurants and seaside adventures that come with one of South Africa’s top coastal areas.
The Little Berg offers several easy-to-moderate day hikes in the gentle foothills of the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg, as well as the chance to see San rock art.
Whether you’re planning a corporate retreat or a romantic getaway, a yacht charter on Knysna Lagoon and an exciting sail through the Knysna Heads is a great option.
South Africa is one of the few countries in the world that offers cage-free diving tours with tiger sharks along the east coast, from KwaZulu-Natal to the Eastern Cape.
The Two Oceans Marathon route runs between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans down on the Cape Peninsula and offers ultramarathon and half-marathon options.