Conferences, Incentives, Meetings, Academic programmes, Special Interest Tours and FIT's
Walthers is an award winning Southern African specialist Incentives and Meetings DMC, with an Individual Travel department. We have 30+ years' experience in all group sizes and cover South and Southern Africa including Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Walthers is Owner-managed, providing consistent delivery of unique and seamless programmes whether for five or 5000 guests. The company has a strong connection with social upliftment and we regularly incorporate CSR into the programmes we operate.


Complete your Bucket List in Southern Africa!

March 2015

Walthers DBS, an award winning Incentive and Conference company specializing in unusual and memorable events, can tailor many of these experiences for Incentive groups or include them into a Meetings programme.


1. To swim with Dolphins
Ponta D? Ouro in Mozambique is regarded as the World?s best dolphin experience. The experience is a well-organized eco-tourism project, with guests swimming in the open ocean with the resident dolphin population.

2. Scuba Dive on the Great Barrier Reef
OK, we don?t have the Great Barrier Reef in Southern Africa, but we do have some of the world?s best diving, and Sodwana Bay is the Mecca for scuba diving in South Africa.

3. Go Whale Watching
The entire Southern African coast teems with whales between June and December when Southern Right and Humpback whales congregate to reproduce.
The town of Hermanus near Cape Town is famous for its shore-based whale watching, with daily sightings as close as 20 yards off the rocks. Boat based whale watching is also available.

4. Dive with sharks
South Africa is shark heaven, and the ultimate experience must be to cage dive with the Great White?s near Cape Town. Guests remain in a cage which is attached to the boat and floats on the surface, ducking under the water with goggles and wetsuits to get up close and personal with the sharks.

5. Skydive
South Africa has the weather and the scenery to make any skydive spectacular. In fact you don?t even need to use a plane. Take a leap off of Table Mountain and paraglide over one of the world?s most beautiful cities.

6. Take a Hot air balloon flight
Imagine a hot air balloon safari over a Big 5 Game Reserve. Once airborne, imagine spotting elephant, lion and rhino as you cruise over the Pilanesburg National Park, near Johannesburg.

7. Go on Safari
Award winning game lodges abound in South Africa and the experience of spectacular morning and night safaris from some of the most luxurious lodges is not too be missed.

Cape Town

Whale Watching


On Safari in South Africa

Victoria Falls

Whitewater Rafting

Bungee Jump

Elephant in the Wild