Nature has worked a special magic on the South African landscape. Although culture and history are an integral part of the South African experience, it is nature which is the true jewel in the crown. Wind, sun and rain have sculpted vistas of unsurpassed beauty in which some of the earth's most diverse plant populations thrive. With some of the biggest game sanctuaries in the world and kilometres of countryside and coastline where visitors can enjoy the sun, the country stands apart as an African masterpiece.

So you've booked your flight, your accommodation in South Africa is arranged and you're almost packed and ready to go! Browse through our Leisure Directory to see what you can expect, get some ideas about Where to Go, What to Do, Where to Eat ...

South African Leisure Guide

Things To Do in South Africa

Browse our directory of thing to do which ranges from adventurous activities, hiking and 4x4 trails, sight seeing excursions, sports and leisure to more sedate activities including shopping and museums, art galleries, whale watching, wine tours and...

Where to Eat

Dining in South Africa is as multi-faceted an experience as the people themselves. There are quaint country bistros, bustling urban bakeries, trendy coffee cafés, vibey cocktail bars, fine dining and silver service restaurants, and convenient take-aways...

Adventures to Conquer

All nine of South Africa's provinces offer a wide range of activities from deep sea diving and shark cage diving to mountain climbing and abseiling, elephant-back safaris, fishing, surfing, hang gliding, hot-air ballooning, whale watching - the list is...

Wildlife to See

South Africa boasts a huge collection of wildlife regions and game parks - both public and private - encompassing every possible landscape from deserts to forests, mountains to coast, teeming with wildlife species - including Africa’s Big 5: Leopard, Lion...

Whales to Spot

The annual migration of the Humpback, Brydes and Southern right whale in particular, between June and November, allows us to boast exceptional land-based, and boat-based, whale watching in South Africa. And thus to welcome thousands...

Sights to See

South Africa is a heady mix of third and first world cultures - along with the best and least crowded beaches in the world. Throw in wildlife parks such as the The Kruger National Park, Eight World Heritage Sites, beautiful natural scenery, a great...

Hikes to Explore

South Africa boasts picturesque terrains. Whilst modern advancements allow for such scenery to be viewed from the comfort of a 4x4, most prefer to explore this rugged beauty, on foot. Hiking in South Africa around the mountain ranges is sure to be an...

Resorts to Get Pampered At

Combine your trip to South Africa, whether it be for a wedding, safari or sight-seeing, with a relaxing, revitalising visit to a health spa and experience South Africa at it's finest. Health resorts offer the latest holistic health and beauty treatments...

People to Meet

South Africa is the Rainbow Nation, a title that captures the country's cultural and ethnic diversity. The population of South Africa is one of the most complex and diverse in the world. Of the 51.7 million South Africans, over 41 million are black...

Golf Courses to Play

South Africa's world-class golf courses each have its own unique setting and beauty. Some have zebra and swans ambling across their fairways, while others showcase awesome views of the ocean. Fancourt in George ranked as the top golf course in the country ...

Wines to Taste

The best known South African wine estates are members of the Cape Winelands include Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek, Wellington, Constantia, Robertson, the Swartland, the Breede River Valley, and Durbanville. The wine farms in these areas produce a vast...

Events to Enjoy

South Africans love public holidays; we celebrate our constitution, landmarks in our political history and even a few cultural pastimes (like National Braai Day - yes, we take a whole day off work to celebrate our braai / BBQ culture). See the list...

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