This two to three-hour kayak and lilo adventure on the Storms River gorge in Tsitsikamma is our most popular activity for good reasons. You’ll get to explore deeper into the hidden world of the Storms River gorge than most people ever do and experience.
Cape Town, the “Mother City”, is the oldest city in South Africa and has a cultural heritage spanning more than 300 years. Knysna, the heart of the garden route! The quaint town features green mountainous landscapes and lagoons!
The Garden Route is a coastal corridor on the southern coast of South Africa, where ancient forests, rivers, wetlands, dunes, stretches of beach, lakes, mountain scenery and indigenous fynbos all merge to form a landscape of restorative beauty.
SPRING in South Africa: blossoms, fields of wild flowers in the desert, babies born in the wild, whales visiting from Antarctica, migrant birds arriving, festivals and happenings. There are places to go and things to see. I have chosen a few that are exciting and fun.
Johannesburg, the city of GOLD. This bustling, multi-cultural city is Africa's Economic Powerhouse with a population of over 13 million people. Just an hour or 2 out of the city and you can be in open big 5 bushveld, play golf at a premier course at Sun City, or explore the wonders of the Cradle of Mankind.
Ballito is a tropical paradise in the heart of the Dolphin Coast. Nestled between sugar cane fields and golden beaches, with sparkling blue seas, surfing dolphins and breaching whales, this a favoured beach holiday venue for South Africans and visitors alike. There is more to Ballito than the superb beaches. Great restaurants, ziplines, microlight flights, action for the kids and markets to explore.
The mother city ‘Cape Town’ home to the iconic Table Mountain and an ever-growing creation of not only hipsters and their unique culture, but also great burger joints. To pick a favorite or claim one as the best, is dependent on personal taste. Each one has a unique flavor combination and creative flare.