Tourist Attractions

Inkulu African Safaris welcomes also family groups and couples who want to experience more than just the excitement of an authentic African hunt when in South Africa.

Below are just a few non-hunting activities you may be interested in but you are welcome to contact us for more.

Shark Cage Diving

Jump into the deep end, literally, by enjoying the oceans greatest fascination up close and safe. This is a must for anyone who has an adrenaline bucket list or just somebody who wants to ease their hungry brain and curiosity.

Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping is all about jumping off of soaring bridges and still surviving to tell the tail to all. It’s an experience that can be enjoyed by anyone and will definitely give you a rush of a lifetime.

Fishing: including Rock, Surf and Deep Sea

Africa is notorious for its Big Five, but it also offers magnificent Big Game fishing along it’s shores. From the mighty Blue Marlin to sailfish, giant yellowfins to name a few, the list that Africa offers is unlimited.

Elephant Back Safaris

An irreplaceable experience. This is a fantastic African safari encounter for the whole family. Take in the beauty of these peaceful giants in their natural habitat.

Addo Elephant National Park

If it is elephants you want to see then head over to Addo Elephant Park. South Africa’s third largest national reserve that are inhabitant of these magnificent creatures from young to old.

Historical and Cultural Villages Tours

South Africa has a rich diverse history and traditions that are still celebrated today. Learn more about the sensational history of South Africa enriched with strange and superb traditions that will leave you feeling like your brain has been blown.

Garden Route Attractions

This is a strip of land like no other in the world in terms of beauty, natural attractions and unique flora and fauna. It’s a paradise for Eco-lovers, bird watchers and solitude seekers and one of the most beautiful parts of the Western Cape. Beloved holiday destination during summer and a tranquil hideaway during the winter months – both seasons are equally beautiful and attractive due to the largely Mediterranean climate. Which makes the Garden Route a dream playground to anyone who loves the outdoors and with a passion for adventure.

Knysna

Culture is a learned aspect of a community and includes music, language, art, culinary tradition and its traits. You cannot call a quick drive through the township a cultural experience – you have to participate and not just be a spectator. Be welcomed into colorful, vibrant and friendly communities and experience true Knysna hospitality.

Creative Markets

You will find tons of extraordinary little stalls on the side of the roads filled with cultural goodies that are the perfect gifts for friends and family or even lovely sentimental reminders of your trip to the wild, Wild West.

Table Mountain, Cape Town

One of the 7 Wonders of Nature, Table Mountain is a lively adventure to take part in. From honeymoon phase couples to a fun trip for the whole family. You have the choice to climb up the mountain or take one of the cable cars up and down. At the top you’ll find a quint restaurant offering full meals as well as a small shop where you can pick up a snack and a post card. One could also pack a tasty picnic to enjoy at the top with a jaw-dropping view.

Boat trips to Robben and Seal Island

The tour of the Robben Island Museum begins at the Nelson Mandela Gateway at the V & A Waterfront with a multimedia exhibition, a museum shop and restaurant to entertain you whilst you wait for the ferry to depart for the island. On the island, tours are all guided by former political prisoners of the island, offering the visitor a truly unique insight into the island’s history and personal accounts of prison life. It’s a very insightful experience while also being very educational.