They really shouldn't miss Stellenbosch as it is one of a kind.
Kruger National Park
North Eastern Cape
It cannot be entered by tourists, only Malaysian natives.
The houses are all coloured and look pretty with an interesting history
Capes are made by locals and sold here for celebrations and fancy dress occasions
You go on a Safari here to 'spot' the slaves.
No it is just a boring bridge
Yes as it is an extremely high rickity suspension bridge overlooking a game reserve!
Yes as it contains the highest commercial bungee jump in the world
No, more for architects as it is very very old and structually fascinating
Fly to Kruger's international airport (MQP)
Fly directly to your Safari Lodge from Johannesburg
Fly to Hoedspruit/Eastgate (HDS)
Self drive from Johannesburg
All of the above
All of the above except catapult (yet...)
Museums, galleries and an opera house
Kragga Kamma Game Park
Beaches and watersports
Visit a historical fort
Broadwalk, shopping and casinos
Swim with penguins
Horseriding through Sardinia Bay