Top 9 things to do in South Africa

  1. Get close and personal with the BIG 5 at one of the many game prolific Game Reserves including the world renowned Kruger, Madikwe, Eastern Cape.
    – The big 5 include Elephant, Lions, Leopards, Buffalo’s and Rhinoceros.
    – Enjoy personalised game drives and luxury accommodation in the bush while you experience wildlife up close.
  2. Get photobombed by a Penguin in Simonstown or Betty’s Bay.
    -Large penguin colony’s call a few beaches in the Western Cape home, see these cute birds sun bathe and swim out to see to feed and play.
  3. Sample the culinary delights of one of the world’s best food & wine region, including Cape Town and the Cape Winelands!
    – South Africa boasts incredibly tasty and amazing food with local and international trends.
    – Cape Town is filled with incredible wine farms and acres of vineyards producing some of the best wine in the world.
  4. Drink copious amounts of flat white or cortado at some of the best coffee shops in Africa…mostly located in Cape Town! Including the Best Coffee Shop in the world
    – South Africans love enjoying a perfect cup of coffee. Throughout the country, you will find trendy world class coffee shops that serve as social hangouts, mobile offices and homes away from home – all while sipping on the best cup of coffee.
  5. Lions Head Sunrise Hike – followed by a champagne breakfast at the summit!
    – Enjoy being outdoors and hiking up Lions Head with majestic views of Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostle Mountain Range and the beach below when you reach the summit.
  6. Be enlightened and deeply moved by a Visit to Robben Island with Dr. Janie Cole – published author and the founder/executive director of Music Beyond Borders (MBB).
    – Walk in Nelson Mandela’s shoes and visit the prison on Robben Island where Mandela was incarcerated for 18 years.
    – Learn about South Africans history while walking around this historic island.
  7. Get lost in one of the great botanic gardens of the world- few in the world can match its scale and setting against the slopes of Table Mountain
    – The large cities in South Africa have beautiful botanical gardens showcasing indigenous flowers and world class landscaping.
    – Kirstenbosch gardens in Cape Town is world renowned and a must see when visiting South Africa.
  8. Soak in the sun or grab your surfboard for some of the most epic beaches and waves in the world.
    – Famous surf spots in South Africa include Jeffreys Bay, Muizenberg, Durban coastline, Dungeons Bay and Dunes.
  9. Adrenaline Rush at its best…Shark Diving!
    – South Africa has a large population of great white sharks that live in the cold water off Cape Town, hop into a secure cage and experience the thrill of seeing these majestic animals up close in their natural environment.