South Africa Experiences
Whether it is beautiful scenery, culture, shopping, adrenalin activites or any of a wide range of interests that sets your heart thumping with excitement, enjoy the ultimate South African adventure with a selection of exciting tours and activities that highlight the best of what the country has to offer.
Although we're confident that we can find something to delight you at any time of year, some of our adventures do depend on the seasons or other factors, so please contact us for more details on validity dates or other conditions.
Shark cage diving at Plettenberg Bay
SHARK CAGE DIVING AT PLETTENBERG BAY
From R 3,090 Per person; based on 2 guests
A short boat ride takes you out to the site, where baiting and chumming attracts a number of shark species. A cage is lowered into the waters and divers can view these magnificent predators in close proximity. Topside viewing provides an exciting alternative for non-divers, with plenty of opportunity to take some action shots.
Elephant back safaris
ELEPHANT BACK SAFARIS
From R 2,200 Per person; based on 2 guests
Indulge in an intimate encounter with elephants at sunrise or sunset. Ride or walk alongside these gentle giants on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Complete the experience with a mouth watering breakfast or dinner at a beautiful location overlooking the indigenous forest.
Cruising the Cape
CRUISING THE CAPE
From R 28,500 Per Yacht (Max 8 Guests)
Cruise the Cape waters on the ultimate luxury motor yacht, the Princess Emma, from fabulous Clifton Beach to False Bay or Langebaan lagoon in world class style and elegance. Be entertained by the irresistible charm and cuisine offered by The Last Word and enjoy an exclusive 3 hour travel experience along the crisp waters of the Atlantic.
From R 900 Per Person
Whales won’t be the only things you’ll see on this unforgettable 2½ hour adventure. Your boat will make its way toward the Pearly Beach area, home to the southern right whale. Afterwards, you will venture towards Dyer Island for excellent penguin and seabird viewing, and then to Geyser Rock to view the curious antics of Cape fur seals. Between these two islands is the notorious “shark alley” where you may be fortunate enough to view the spectacular great white shark.