With only a week to go, Valentine's Day is well and truly upon us! If you're still stuck for gift ideas, we've put together this useful guide featuring a range of ideas for different personalities and budgets. Whether your significant other is an adrenaline junkie, an urban explorer, or in need of a little TLC, we've got something for everyone - and with gift vouchers available instantly via email, there's no rush!
Enjoy a blissful experience in the Winelands with your loved one, travelling round five wine farms for a day of chocolate and wine pairing, cellar tours, wine tasting sessions, and lunch - all aboard a novel tuk tuk! Featured on the tour is the Waterford Estate, the Lanzerac Wine Estate, Neil Ellis Wines, the Morgenhof Estate, and finally the Simonsig Wine Estate - five highly prestigious establishments that make for a wonderful Valentine's gift!
Treat your SO to a magical pamper day in Gauteng and enjoy four spa treatments, an indulgent lunch, and full use of the facilities during your stay. With a sixty-minute facial, foot massage, Middle Eastern mud ritual, and back-neck-shoulder massage all in store, you'll both be thoroughly relaxed by the time you get to sit back with a glass of Champagne in your private jetted bath. Bliss!
For a bit of friendly competition, the Ariel Atom Racing Experience is just the ticket. Hop into the passenger seat of a powerful 500bhp Atom and let a pro driver take you for a spin, racing against your other half round a top track in Pretoria or Cape Town (Durban coming 2019!). For two laps you'll feel the immense g-force as you accelerate down long straights and round tight corners - loser has to do the dishes!
If you're feeling particularly indulgent or are celebrating a very special occasion, the private Blyde River Canyon helicopter flight is guaranteed to be an experience to remember. With unparalleled views of the Three Rondavels and Blyderivierpoort Dam, you'll spend an hour drinking in the surroundings with only your partner and a knowledgeable pilot for company. There are few better ways to go sightseeing in Limpopo!