Cape Town
Table Mountain

Tick off ‘Table Mountain’ off your bucket list when you hit Cape Town. Catch the cable car that travels the 1089m right up to the top of the majestic mountain. When you arrive you can indulge in a bite to eat, enjoy the view, purchase a souvenir from the curio shop, take part in the audio tour or abseil down the side of the mountain should the fancy take you. The top if yours to explore. For all the information about what is available and a list of prices, check out their website here: http://www.tablemountain.net/

Durban
Moses Mabhida Stadium Attractions

Built in preparation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Moses Mabhida Stadium towers over the skyline, inviting citizens to come and explore. Soak in as much of Durban as you can from a 106m height in the SkyCar experience, allowing a breathtaking 360° view. For the more steel-willed, take a leap off the edge and bungee jump off the highest point of the stadium on the Big Rush Big Swing (officially named the world’s tallest swing by the Guinness Book of Records since 14 May 2011). Then there’s stadium tours (you can walk or use a Segway!), adventure walks, a Visitor’s Centre and the People’s Park to experience. Get full information on prices and times on the Moses Mabhida Stadium website on: http://www.mmstadium.com/

   

Johannesburg 
Cradle of Humankind

Situated 50km northwest of Johannesburg, the Cradle of Humankind is World Heritage Site that’s a must-visit spot in South Africa where numerous archeological discoveries have been made over the years. Satisfy your curiosity by visiting the exhibitions, taking the tours and discovering the resource parks. Find everything you need to know by visiting the official visitor’s centre, Maropeng: http://www.maropeng.co.za/  

   

Port Elizabeth
Route 67

Nelson Mandela’s legacy lives on within the Mandela Bay Development Route 67 that contains 67 Public Art Works that symbolise Mandela’s 67 years of work which he dedicated to the freedom and democracy of South Africa. The artworks were designed by local artists from the Eastern Cape. Download the brochure and get further information from the Route 67 website: http://www.nmbt.co.za/listing/route_67.html