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Southern African incentive tours

Exciting, different and cost-effective incentive programmes.

The kind that’ll satisfy your goals, your budget - and above all, your guests’ expectations.  And we’ve had many years of experience at this, too – so we’re used to guaranteeing a 'WOW!’ effect.

Please see the example itinerary below - although, of course, we’ll design your programme around your own, particular needs (or those of your client).

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Out & About Travel 5-Day incentive Programme

Day 1

Mossel Bay
  • Arrive at George airport, meet your guide – and start your programme with a trip back in time, visiting people and places on the back roads, and in the forgotten valleys and dales of the Great Brak River area. And to meet the Munro family, who’ve been harvesting wild oysters on this coast for fully seven generations. Of course you’ll get to taste the oysters, and you’ll wash them down with a glass or two of bubbles.
  • Check in at the Point Village Hotel in Mossel Bay. Dinner at the Kingfisher Restaurant – it’s next door to your hotel, and overlooks the famous Inner Pool and Outer Pool surfing spots.

Day 2

Shark cage diving, deep sea angling or a tour of Mossel Bay
  • Option 1: Shark cage diving with White Shark Africa. Mossel Bay offers the world’s easiest access to great white sharks – and it’s protected, so the conditions are usually calm and comfortable. (Still, you might wait minutes or even hours for the first sharks to appear - while viewing success rates are high, nothing can be guaranteed.) Non-divers are welcome, too, since topside viewing is exciting – and there are always plenty of photo opportunities
  • Option 2: An early morning start for a half day of deep sea angling. Three boats can accommodate 12 guests each.
  • Option 3: Tour of Mossel Bay. Visit the Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex with its Post Office Tree, Maritime Museum (which houses a replica of Dias’ ship), Shell Museum, and indigenous garden (with mysterious Muslim graves, and the only Braille Trail in the region). Enjoy a boat trip to Seal Island for a close look at its colony of 3,000 Cape Fur Seals.
  • Dinner at the Kaai 4 Beach Lapa
  • Overnight at the Point Village Hotel

Day 3

Helicopter flip and Kayaking
  • Breakfast and check out.
  • Transfer to the Mossel Bay Airfield for a scenic helicopter flip and a bird’s eye view of the area. Watch for great white sharks in the ocean below, and for southern right whales and their calves - if you’re here during whale season.
  • Transfer to the nature conservancy on the Fransmanshoek Peninsula for an informal lunch on a small protected beach near the where the French manof-war, La Fortune, was stranded in 1763. (Apparently all 400 people on board survived the shipwreck - but not the long march back to Cape Town. Fransmanshoek means ‘Frenchman’s Corner.’)
  • Spend the afternoon kayaking (weather permitting!) in the still waters of the bay or take a leisurely stroll around the Peninsula.
  • Transfer to the holiday village of Boggoms Bay for check in to the quaint but luxurious Sandpiper Cottages. Built in the style of Arniston’s fishermen’s houses, these cottages boast large indoor fireplaces (ideal for red wine and late night
  • stories), and are individually decorated in South African style.
  • Traditional Cape kaggel (hearth) Dinner at the Sandpiper Leisure Centre featuring sumptuous local food and delicious roosterkoekies (BBQ bread rolls).

Day 4

Oystercatcher Trail
  • A guided walk along a section of the world-renowned Oystercatcher TrailYou could discover ancient hunter-gatherer middens in the dunes, or spot a pod of dolphins swimming by.
  • Afternoon at leisure.

Day 5


Road transfer to the George Airport for your flight home.