Freewalker Adventure weekends aim at getting International Clients to join us on our uniquely designed adventure trips. Get out there and experience new things, see more places and meet more people. We offer real adventure and real bucket list activities, with the added benefit of tailor-making your own experience with our assistance. The weekends are a mix of adventure, culture, history, local stories, beautiful scenery and even better experiences. Your guide ensures that all activities are planned and always go the extra mile to do extra things to make your adventure special. Think Free, Live Free, Be Free…
The Wild coast of Chintsa offers a more tropical atmosphere, and is surrounded by incredible...View
Freewalker Beach House is one of our new unique packages to St Francis Bay. This pristine coastal...View
Freewalker is offering a weekend adventure to the mystical and majestic Hogsback village high up in...View
This package option allows clients of Freewalker to choose select activities from the list below,...View
Freewalker provides the perfect beach vibe weekend adventure for International Volunteers to get...View
Join Freewalker Adventure Travel to one of the most favorite holiday destinations in South Africa,...View
This weekend package takes our Clients to Mossel Bay and Plettenberg bay where we get up close and...View
Freewalker Adventure Travel have been doing extensive research on the best places to visit in South...View
Most amazing weekend spent bungee jumping off the worlds tallest bridge, seal swimming, sunrise hiking and eating to my hearts content! Would 100% recommend to anyone looking to escape reality for a while!
Sincerely, this was the most personalized tour I’ve ever taken. We were given a beautiful sunset horseback ride, surf lessons, watched the J Bay surf contest and ate at the greatest locations. He also took pictures of us. Murray, our tour guide, was with us every second and made us feel very safe ( we... Read more »
Awesome experience! Very enjoyable moment, we wanted to go surfing to Jeffrey’s Bay but because we were only two (and far) I thought we wouldn’t go… telling us that they’ll be in touch. Never thought they’ll write back. Murray himself telling us that he will take care of us. We loved the energy and the... Read more »
I have used Freewalker multiple times during my trips to South Africa both as part of a group of students and with a family, and every time they have planned amazing trips. Murray and his team are absolutely wonderful at coordinating beautiful, fun places to stay and adventurous, interesting activities to enjoy. They know how... Read more »
Q: Do I need to arrange my own transfer?
A: Transfers are included to select destinations. Freewalker meet you at your accommodation and drop you off after a enjoyable trip. We can arrange different drop off locations on request.
Q: Finance, cards and cash?
A: Local currency: South African Rand (R) Foreign Credit/Debit cards work at all ATM’s. Many establishments do accept Visas and Master Cards, but it is recommended to travel with some cash. The Rand is the only currency accepted in South Africa.
Q: Where can I exchange currency?
A: You will be required to declare all foreign currency when entering/exiting South Africa, therefore we advise that you only exchange money needed for the tours. Money can be exchanged at most airports, banks, shopping centers and even hotels and lodges. The currency in South Africa is the South African Rand. Rands should be used for meals and spending money, as well as adventure activities and tipping, although it is easy to use your credit card at almost any place.
Q: Can I use my credit card in South Africa?
A: All major credit cards, including Visa, American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, are accepted at most hotels, shops, restaurants and activities. Proof of identification may be requested in some instances and it is useful to carry a passport or some copied proof of identification.
Q: Is South Africa Malaria free?
A: The Western Cape to Eastern Cape, along the Garden route is completely malaria free. If families extend their tour towards certain parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Kruger National Park, then malaria precautions should be taken. Big 5 safari options in the Eastern Cape are malaria free and would be a good way to travel from Cape Town to Safari with the family or Group.