People booking flights to Cape Town will find plenty of excitement in the city, it has been claimed.
The first suggestion from the company is to see Cape Town and the peninsula from a helicopter, because “there is no more thrilling way” to see the landscape than from above, it argued.
Other options for anyone who wants something energetic to have a go at in between the football matches may want to try their hand at rock climbing, paragliding or quad biking.
Anyone with a love of the water could have a go at scuba diving or river rafting during their stay.
The first match in the 2010 World Cup will kick off in Johannesburg on June 11th when hosts South Africa take on Mexico.
Written by Erin Marshall