Need some suggestions for a fun weekend? Read here…

Are you tired of the same old things to do over a weekend? Do you need some suggestions for a fun weekend? Do you need some pointers on what to do? We’ve made a simple list that will be both be entertaining for adults and children.

things to do this weekend


Take the kids to the Northgate Ice Arena for a very entertaining day! Click here for more information and pricing.

Spend the day on a steam train with the Reefsteamers. There are plenty of room for the kids to do their thing and more than enough leg space for the adults to sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery. Click here for more information.


Visit Cullinan for a tour of the world’s oldest Diamond pipes. Click here for more information!

Visit the Transvaal Museum for fascinating exhibits of natural history. You can stay out of the rain and away from the television for a mere R20 entrance fee. Click here for opening times.


Go to the beach J. If you’re not in the mood, here are some other tips:

Go for a walk in Hawaan Forest in Umhlanga. Guided tours are available. For more information, click here.

Take a drive to the Valley of a Thousand Hills for absolute magnificent beauty. No extra information needed. Simply get on to the N3 and follow the signs.

Cape Town:

The Cape Argus Pick n Pay Momentum Cycle Tour happens on Sunday, 9 March; an event not to be missed for cycling enthusiasts. Click here for starting points and more information.

Walk among the penguins at the Boulders African Penguin Colony. For a mere R30 per adult and R10 for kids under 12, playing peekaboo with these flightless birds will keep you entertained for some time. Click here for opening times.

Whatever you do, have fun and visit Junk Mail for anything you might need to have fun!

Saskia Meintjes

Hyperactive, extremely realistic and addicted to reading can best describe me. Life is all about the good memories and sitting around will not create them.

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