Things to Do in South Africa - Itineraries

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6 Local Things To Do In South Africa

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16 Days
South Africa in 15 Days

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Anushree Shenoy
9 Days
South Africa: Into The Wilderness

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South Africa: Cape to Cape self drive family vacation

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Wine Loving South Africa: Cape Town & Stellenbosch

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Road Tripping in South Africa

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Port Elizabeth
If you’re seeking some thrill in the gorgeous African landscape, you need only ask. Get a surfi ng lesson on the solitary beaches of Port Elizabeth with Learn 2 Surf; zip line above the gorgeous landscape of Mpumalanga with Zipline Mpumalanga; go off the grid on a quad-bike with All Out Adventures in KwaZulu Natal. Durban is a great family destination with world-class integrated resorts like uShaka Marine World that offers interactive gaming, fine dining, and international brands for shopping.
Knysna
I headed towards Knysna after brunch at Santos Express and visited the pretty Victoria Bay en route (couples, you have to go here). Eugene had told me about a secret trail some 20 kms before I would reach Knysna. Drupkelders Trail. Trivia - not more than 12 people are allowed on this trail at any given time. What you get at the end of this 4 km hike into the forest is something intensely soothing. Rocky pools with cascading river water having a dark green color owing to tannin from the leaves. The day I went, I happened to be the only person on the trail and thus I felt like it was my own private swimming pool. I reached Knysna in the evening and headed straight to the Knysna Heads, which has some stunning views of the lagoon opening into the ocean. That evening as the water receded in the lagoon, got to see two unique things – a group of people baptizing one of their own and people searching for bloodworms (fish baits).

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