Rietvlei Nature Reserve, Gauteng (From the R21, take the Irine Rietvlei Dam offramp and follow the signs), ☎ +27 (0)12 345-2274, . A little bit of Africa left in the hart of GautengR40 for day hikes and R80 for overnight hikes. edit
Wild Coast Amble, Meander and Pando Walk, Wild Coast, ☎ +27 (0)43 743-6181. Eastern Cape, 46 to 56kmedit
Table Mountain, (Starting point is 1.5km past the Lower Cable Station on Tafelberg Road). Always open, but you might want to start early enough to catch the last cable car down. Cape Town, 3km (all uphill), 1 to 3 hours, Platteklip Gorge to the Upper Cable Station.No fees are charged. edit
Gecko Trail, Montagu, ☎ +27 (0)23 614-1895 (email@example.com), . Montagu, A wilderness hiking trail, starting at the Nuy Valley (near Worcester) and making its way through the Nuy River Gorge to Simonskloof (or vice versa). The route is 16 km and includes some serious ascents and descents. R25. edit
Nuy River Gorge Kloofing, ☎ +27 (0)23 614-1895 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . Montagu, Oct-Apr. A one- or two-day kloofing (canyoneering) trip into a remote gorge including abseiling, boulder hopping, bivouacking and swimming. Meals and guiding included. R850. edit
Devil's Hoek Valley. Royal Natal National Park, Starts next to the Tugela river at the car park near Thendele, 6km, 2 hours, easy walk. Some Bushman rock art along the way. edit
Tugela Gorge Walk, . Royal Natal National Park, The trail starts next to the Tugela river at the car park near Thendele, 23km return trip, 5 to 6 hours. A relatively easy walk except for the last 2km that required 3 river easy crossings and some boulder hopping. At the far point of the walk you will see spectacular view of the Amphitheatre, Sentinel and Tugela Falls.edit
Cederberg Heritage Route Slackpacking Trails, Cederberg Mountains, Western Cape, ☎ +27 (0)27 482-2444 (email@example.com), . Northern Cederberg Wilderness area, three to five day trails, fully catered with luggage transport. Guided rock art walk and traditional donkey cart ride included.edit
Olifants River Back Pack Trail, . 42km, 4 Days, from Olifants to Letaba, no frills, no trace camping, no camps provided, sleep in your own tent out in the park with the wildlife.R10 560 for up to 8 people. edit
Glenholme trail for disabled & blind persons, Glenholme Nature Reserve, ☎ +27 (0)031705-5448. Durban, Caters for wheelchairs and the blind with elevated walkway and guide rails and braille plaques.edit
Most of the larger stores have a basic outdoors section. Makro and Game might stock the items you need.
There are also a number of stores specializing in outdoors equipment and supplies. You will find anything from water purification tablets to hiking boots and sleeping bags at Camp World and Outdoor Warehouse.