Fun things to do in Gauteng

With such amazing weather in and around the city at this time of the year, there are many fun things to do in Gauteng, rather than spending the days in malls and staring at screens.

Venture out just a little and you will be surprised at everything there is to do and see within a short radius of the city. A whole new world awaits within less than two hours’ drive from just about anywhere in the city.

Top 5 Fun Things to Do in Gauteng:

These experiences are great for helping the family connect; but it can also be a great gift for your favourite adventure lover. Summer is a great time for water sports, and few things are as exhilarating as an Airboat Experience. Adults and children alike love sailing on the Hartbeespoort Dam ; these flat-bottomed vessels that are propelled by a large propeller.

Another fun thing to do in Gauteng – and suitable for the whole family – is the ever-popular Tree Top Canopy Tour Magaliesberg. There’s no better way to burn energy as you zig-zag through the pristine forested valley and ancient rocky gorge. 

Did you add a Bungee Jump and Bridge Swing experience to your bucket list at the beginning of the year?  The 320 meter cable slide is followed by a mild and swanky bridge swing, and ends with an exhilarating bungee jump.

If you’re anywhere near the Vaal Dam, why not try Flyboarding. It takes only minutes to learn the art, but it will provide you with immense fun.

Looking for a relaxed day of Quad Biking & Horse Riding? We have a variety of packages that cater to all your needs. Whether it’s a family adventure day of quad biking and horseback rides, or a romantic horseback ride complete with a champagne picnic for two, we can help create lasting memories.

About The Bucket List Genie

Everyone has a bucket list of things they want to do in their lifetimes, whether it is a single momentous achievement or a long list of experiences they want to mark off to say "been there, done that". Odette is one of those people with a bucket list that reads like a phone book and she wholeheartedly chases down every adventure.

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