Provide the simplest, easiest, and most fun way of traveling ever since. Based in Cape Town, our campers are the perfect wallet-friendly way to explore South Africa, combining transportation and lodging.
Hermanus is the BEST place in the world for land based Whale Watching. Walk the cliff path with these aquatic mammoths just a few metres away. Just 2 hours out of Cape Town and you can hear the 'whale song' of Southern Right Whales mating and calving.
The Hottest new adrenalin experience in the Cape. A Zipline Canopy tour in the company of soaring eagles, surrounded by breath-taking cape fynbos panoramas and mountain-scapes a short drive from cape town. This could well be exactly what you need.
Kayak along Cape Town's most iconic shorelines. Get up close to inquisitive seals at the seal sanctuary, paddle along the granite cliffs of Chapman’s Peak and just enjoy the beauty of the fishing village of Hout Bay.
This is an exciting full day tour through the exquisite wine lands of the Cape. Visit three of the best wine regions, take a ride on the iconic Franschhoek Tram and taste some of the best wines this sun soaked land has to offer.
Incredible chance to meet the ocean’s Marine Big 5 (Whale, Dolphin, Seal, Penguin & a Great white shark) on this full day boat based tour. Experienced crew on-board to tell you more about these marvelous animals!
This exciting one-day safari from Cape Town will give you a chance to get up close to some of Africa's best game. Drive with an experienced guide in an open safari vehicle through African Big 5 [lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, rhino] territory.!
Morning or afternoon, visit one of the new seven natural wonders and take in the exceptional beauty of Table Mountain. Travel through the Malay Quarter, city centre, Company Gardens and if time permits, the Castle of Good Hope.
You had me at beer! Designed with beer lovers in mind, the City Beer &Bikes tour is a four-hour round trip through the heart of Mother City, stopping at a traditional brewery, beer garden and lively pub along the way.
Attention thrill-seekers! If you are looking for a unique experience and want to get up-close and personal with one of nature's most awesome predators then look no further. Cage Diving with Great White Sharks is thrilling and astonishing!
Africas largest bird sanctuary set in the beachside town of Hout Bay at the foot of Table Mountain. Set amongst the trees, World of Birds Wildlife has over 3,000 birds of 400 different species stretched over four hectares of land.
Our Zipslide Tour, “foefieslide” adventure takes place above the Koekedouw River in the lovely mountains surrounding the Ceres Valley. A mere 1½ hours’ drive from Cape Town, it is the perfect breakaway from the hectic city life!
Mossel Bay, a four hour drive from Cape Town, is a very rich area with its abundant sea life of diverse fish, seals, whales, penguins, other sea birds, dolphins, the occasional Orca and,usually good sightings of Great White Sharks.
The whale watching trip gives you an opportunity to marvel at the size and grace of these incredible animals and be thrilled by encounters with a host of other marine life including African penguins, Cape Fur seals, Cormorants, Bank Cormorants
Pyramid Rock is unique in that you have a strong chance of diving with many smaller species of sharks at a depth of 12 metres. A thick kelp forest borders the channel making this quintessential habitat.
Look out for the captivating clouds of butterflies flying in a north east direction as you travel around Johannesburg right now? This is one of the great wonders of nature. These tiny exquisite Brown Veined White or Pioneer Butterflies are on the move and heading towards Madagascar.
With some of the best beaches in the world along the Plettenberg Bay coast, a casual meal is best enjoyed in one of the many restaurants on, near or overlooking the sea. Don a bathing costume, slops, throw on a wrap and head for your favourite eating haunt.
You know that you have arrived in the best place you could be as the sheer spectacle of shimmering sea and golden sands takes your breath away as you descend Marine Drive . This is South Africa’s favourite holiday playground with Blue Flag beaches, great surfing spots, adventure activities and some great eating places.
WHICH KID CAN’T tell you where Santa Claus is from? —the North Pole! Evergreen Christmas Trees are part and parcel of most homes, Christian or not, with bright baubles and winking lights happily announcing the Christmas season. Well, surprise, surprise, Christmas is essentially a Christian festival celebrating the birth of Jesus. Navidad in Spanish, Natale in Italian, Noel in French – they all denote nativity. So where does all the tradition come from and how come St Nick is every child’s favourite character, Christian or not?