A few destinations to choose from in South Africa Go Back


One of the most favourite cities to visit in the World. The standards of tourism services are world class, with the emphasis being placed on luxury and client satisfaction. There are numerous hotels, dining experiences and activities in and around this cosmopolitan city, with Table Mountain towering over the city and the waterfront.

Attractions in and around this popular city include: hiking or cable car the iconic Table Mountain, Hiking Lions Head, Scenic helicopter flights, The Southernmost tip of Africa visit, Pristine beaches, Waterfront shopping, African crafts markets, Paragliding over the City, Robben Island Prison trip, City tours, Leisure shopping, Peninsula coastal drives, Yacht and Catamaran cruises in the Bay, Wine tours and tastings, Botanical Gardens, Sunset cocktail and dinner destinations, Historical and cultural experiences, Whale watching, Shark cage diving, Penguin encounters, Abseiling off Table Mountain, Big red city bus tours, Aquarium, Cultural meals and visits, Open air cinema’s, Wine events and festivals and plenty more.

South Africa boasts some of the best wine in the world, whether you are a connoisseur or a simple wine lover, we have it all here. With various wine regions such as Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl and Constantia to spend your day tasting, exploring, pairing foods and enjoying a quality lifestyle, the tour would not be complete. There are boutique accommodation options on the estates for those looking for a different stay. The standards of service on the wine estates, restaurant and tasting rooms are unmatched.


During our winter months many tourists flock to see the Southern Right and Humpback Whales migrate to our shallower waters to mate and give birth. The trips out to sea get clients seriously close to these gentle giants, with regular sightings of dolphins, sharks, seals and marine bird life. Great White Shark cage diving is also a massive favourite on the list in the Western Cape, where you get in the water with these monsters. Other pelagic experiences of note include the annual Sardine Run, which is the largest biomass migration in the world, accompanied by all the ocean creatures feeding off them. There are plenty dive and free dive options stretching along our coasts.

This beautiful drive connecting Cape Town to the Safari region includes a bunch of coastal towns within close proximity, all offering their own unique stay. Our first town we use out of Cape Town is Hermanus, which has kept its quaint and tranquil feel from years past. Hermanus is the world’s foremost land-based whale watching capital. Other activities here include: Wine routes and tastings, coastal walks and fly overs and ocean kayaking. Knysna is our next town surrounded by forests, cliffs and an estuary leading into the ocean.

Activities in Knysna include: Oyster and wine river cruises, Waterfront shopping, outdoor African crafts market and viewpoints.

Plettenberg Bay is our next coastal town to explore, providing us with beautiful ocean views, a bay full of marine wildlife and a peninsula walk with incredible scenery.

Activities in Plett include: Whale watching safaris, Diving with seals, Skydiving, Island walks and beach relaxes.

We have access to a wide variety of different Game Reserves in South Africa. A few of the world class safari experiences we visit include: Kruger National Park, Madikwe, Shamwari, Kariega, Amakhala, St Lucia and Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserves. Clients are advised by Freewalker which reserve best fits their requirements, unless clients have special requests to see a specific area. Accommodation options on safari are luxury tented camps, Safari lodges, Private rooms or villas and family units.

Activities included on the reserves include: Big 5 game drives and guided walks, River cruises, Night drives, Spa treatments and pool relaxes, Outside Boma dining experiences and Hippo and Crocodile boat cruises.

South African game reserves are a photographers dream, with large amounts of species including Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Leopard, Hippo, Giraffe, Buffalo, Cheetah, Wild Dog and plenty antelope and bird species to view. The food and drink experience at the lodges is full of African flavours and local styles. Your trip to South Africa is never complete until you have been on a Big 5 Safari.

For Families looking for a less travelled rural coastal retreat then look no further than the Wild Coast. Rugged cliffs, rolling green hills dotted with local villages, untouched oceans, beaches and luxury resorts and hotels await you. This stretch of coast leaves travellers with special memories and cultural experiences like nowhere else in South Africa. From coastal walks to the famous Hole-in-the-wall to towering cliffs overlooking the ocean, there is no shortage of raw beauty and real local experiences.

South Africa is spoilt when it comes to mountain retreats with beautiful nature hikes and trails, waterfalls and breath taking scenery. Freewalker take groups up to the majestic Drakensberg Mountains to visit the highest pub in Africa via the treacherous Sani Pass, Cederberg in the Western Cape, Oribi Gorge for unmatched views and adrenaline activities and the Blyde River Canyon on the Panoramic Route near Kruger. The Drakensberg offers 2-3 day horse treks up to the Tugela Falls (the highest waterfalls in South Africa), day hikes and trails, hot air ballooning and scenic helicopter flights over the mountains. Oribi Gorge is based in KwaZulu Natal and boasts beautiful canyons with rocky outcrops for the best views around, accompanied by activities such as white river rafting, gorge swings, abseiling and swing bridges.

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