Where to Stay - South Africa
 

Jeffrey’s Bay has built up a well-deserved reputation as the place to surf in South Africa but what makes it so special? Well for starters how about glorious sunrises, the opportunity to surf at dawn with the dolphins, clean peeling waves and long surfing rides!

Surfing the supertubes at Jeffreys Bay

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Extreme adventures in Cape TownGiven the choice of catching the Cable Car down Table Mountain or abseiling down 112 metres of this iconic landmark I know which option I would choose. However, for the adrenalin-seeking junkies out there, this and shark-cage diving have to be the ultimate way to get your extreme adventure fix in Cape Town.

How much does it cost?

It costs just R650 per person but this doesn’t include the cost of taking the cable car to the top. Of course you could opt to pay R799 per person and you then get a 2 to 3 hour guided walk up Platteklip Gorge and then get to abseil down.

What to expect

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The coast of South Africa provides plenty a great diving destinations for the novice diver as well as the expert diver. Here are the top five diving spots you will want to explore during your trip to South Africa:

Sodwana Bay
Also known as Sordies, this bay is located north of Durban, just 100km from the southern border of Mozambique. The bay is a protected site by the Parks Board and provides nearby lodging and campgrounds. Diving is open all year at Sodwana Bay, but during the peaking season it can get extremely crowded. It’s always warm, but between November and February, the weather is scorching hot. The bay accommodates both the beginning and experienced diver who will enjoy seeing the reefs. It is a perfect place for your first open water dive experience. READ MORE


Cape Town has many exciting activities for kids, both outdoors and indoors. The weather is normally excellent and encourages enjoyment of nature and the spectacular beaches, which are sheltered and warm on the other side of the mountain when a cold wind is blowing on one side. However, if indoor fun is the necessary choice, there is much to choose from in that category.

Top 5 Outdoor Activities

1. Take a ride on a cable car to the top of Table Mountain for a magnificent view and walk the boardwalk among the beautiful flora. READ MORE


South Africa is packed with activities that will set your heart rate pumping. Here are a few of the amazing things that you can do in South Africa.

Highest Commercial Bungy Jump in the world
The Bloukrans Bridge close to Tsitsikamma along the Garden Route is the place to bungee jump. At 216 metres it is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest commercial jump in the world. Face Adrenalin run the jump and employ Pendulum Bungee technology to give you the smoothest possible ride. READ MORE