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Category/Sub-category Description
Backpackers & Hostels A hostel (or backpacker lodge) generally attracts a younger clientele as it is aimed at the budget traveller, with shared dormitory style bedrooms and public bathrooms. On occasion private bedrooms may be available. At an extra charge light meals may be made available.
Bed & Breakfast A B+B is a privately owned home with rented guest accommodation in the form of private bedrooms, some with en-suite bathrooms, others with communal ablutions. They usually accommodate no more than six guests. The owner or manager normally lives in the house or somewhere on the property. The public areas such as the kitchen and lounge often have either limited access for guests or are shared with the host family to some degree. A continental or full breakfast is included in the tariff whilst othe
Boarding Houses A house or establishment, often a family home, where paying guests obtain either lodging or board and lodging.
Bush Camps & Lodges Accommodation set amongst natural, wild, uncultivated, wooded areas such as in game parks. The rates charged are usually inclusive of an experience offered viz game drives, various tours, etc
Bush Camps & Lodges   Tented Camps A commercial establishment of permanent, semi-permanent and/or mobile tented facilities usually located close to or within popular areas such as rivers, lakes, protected areas, national parks, game reserves or forests. Similar to a lodge, but you stay in a furnished tent, mostly sized for two people. There is usually a private bathroom with WC and shower at the back, accessible from inside the tent. Larger camps may have souvenir shops, bars, other permanent buildings, and swimming pools.
Cabins & Chalets A cabin is a small house or cottage, usually of simple design and construction, usually made of rough logs and a chalet is similar except for its wide overhanging eaves at the front and sides, typically found in the Swiss Alps or used as a ski lodge.
Camping & Caravanning A camping and caravan park is a facility that provides ablution and toilet facilities and space for guests to provide for their own accommodation, such as a tent, motorhome and/or caravan. Most provide electrical connections and some provide activities and entertainment of various sorts.
Country Houses A country house is a residential dwelling that provides overnight accommodation. It can be an existing home, a renovated home or a building that has been specifically designed and is usually situated in natural, peaceful surroundings such as near a nature reserve, a forest, a lake etc.
Guest Farms A guest farm is a farm that offers accommodation and an opportunity for city dwellers and their children to experience the farming lifestyle.
Guest Houses A guest house is either a converted house, adapted to accommodate overnight guests, or specifically built, with normally at least 4 letting bedrooms, some with en-suite or private facilities. It is usually run as a commercial business and is often owner-managed. Breakfast is available and evening meals may be provided. There are public areas which are for the exclusive use of the guests. The owner/manager either lives off-site, or in a separate area within the property.
Holiday Houses & Apartments A holiday house or apartment is a privately owned property, that holidaymakers can rent and run as if it were their own home for the duration of their vacation.
Hotels A hotel is a commercial establishment with a minimum of six rooms providing lodging, meals, and other guest services to the travelling public, has a reception area and offers a communal eating area. At least three of the rooms must have en-suite bathroom facilities.
Hotels   Boutique Boutique hotels usually have a 5-star rating, with top class service and a unique and exclusive style. They are marketed to the wealthy and are generally quite small establishments.
Hotels   International Resort An international resort hotel has a range of leisure and sporting facilities. These can include an 18-hole golf course, swimming pool and leisure centre and other country pursuits.
Hotels   Large Large hotels have 300 or more rooms and usually provide additional guest facilities such as a swimming pool, fitness centre, business centre, childcare, conference facilities and social function services.
Hotels   Medium Medium hotels have between 29 and 299 rooms.
Hotels   Residential Residential hotels are where guests stay for an extended period of time, not a day or two, and are usually accompanied by their families. Contract workers are typically those who would utilise this service.
Hotels   Small Small hotels have between 6 and 28 rooms with a wide variability in standards of facilities (e.g. air conditioning, restaurants and bars may be present or absent). The majority of staff are local. There is no international ‘brand name’ recognition and generally, a more intimate relationship between guests & staff exists with informal management and employee relationships.
House Boats A house boat is a boat fitted for use as a dwelling with a broad beam, shallow draft and a large infrastructure resembling a house.
Motels A motel is roadside hotel specifically designed for motorists. The rooms are arranged in low blocks and accessible from a parking area directly outside.
Resorts A resort offers a spread out collection of single or double story accommodation units and is similar to a hotel in that it offers a wide range of facilities. A camping area may be included.
Safari Game Lodges
Timeshare Timeshare (sometimes also called vacation ownership) is property with an arrangement in place whereby multiple parties hold rights to use this property, with each sharer being allotted a period of time, typically one week, and almost always the same time, every year.
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Activities & Entertainment
4x4ing & Off-roading 4x4ing or off-roading, is the recreation sport of driving or riding a vehicle on tracks or roads that are unsurfaced, consisting of materials such as gravel, sand, mud, riverbeds, rocks, snow and other types of natural terrain.
4x4ing & Off-roading   Tours Off-road tour operators organise tours for those with special 4x4 vehicles wishing to join other like-minded adrenalin junkies testing their skills over cross-country, dune bashing, greenlaning, mudding, rock crawling and rock racing terrain.
4x4ing & Off-roading   Tracks Off-roading tracks are built for special 4x4 vehicles with high ground clearance and can include terrain suitable for cross-country, dune bashing, greenlaning, mudding, rock crawling and rock racing.
Abseiling & Rapelling Abseiling and rappelling adventure companies involve the public in the descent of a vertical cliff or wall, using a doubled rope that is fixed to a higher point.
Amusement Parks Amusement parks are commercially operated enterprises that offer rides, games, and other forms of entertainment.
Amusement Parks   Theme Parks Theme parks are a distinct style of amusement park, with landscaping, buildings, and attractions that are based on one or more specific or central theme.
Amusement Parks   Waterparks Waterparks are places that feature water play areas, such as water slides, lazy rivers, or other recreational bathing, swimming and bare-footing environments and may also be equipped with types of artificial surfing or bodyboarding environments such as a wave pool.
Animals & Reptiles Animal and reptile activities are places that display a vast array of Snakes, Birds, Mammals, Reptiles, Spiders and Amphibians to the public. These range from parks of different sizes to zoos and even single 'famous' animals that have made a name for themselves.
Animals & Reptiles   Children's Zoos and Petting Farms Children's Zoos and petting farms are great educational experiences where children can touch, feed and interact with animals such as Rats, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Ponies, Goats, Sheep, Chickens, Horses, Donkeys and Cows. Usually there are also ponies that they can ride.
Animals & Reptiles   Crocodile Farms Crocodile farms (or ranches) are establishments for the breeding and raising of crocodilians in order to produce meat, leather and other goods, with many of them being open to the public for viewing and purchasing of these by-products.
Animals & Reptiles   Zoos Zoos, or zoological gardens are parks or institutions in which live wild animals are kept for study and conservation and exhibited to the public.
Aquariums Aquariums showcase fish, aquatic animals and plants for public exhibition and at a fee.
Archery & Bowhunting Archery venues is where one can practice the art, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow, mainly as a competitive sport or recreational activity. Bowhunting (or bow hunting) is the practice of hunting game animals by archery.
Ballooning Ballooning companies involve the public in the activity of riding in a basket suspended below a flexible bag that is inflated with hot air or with a gas, such as helium, that is lighter than the surrounding air and which causes it to rise and float in the atmosphere.
Baseball Baseball is a game, using a ball and bat, between two opposing teams of nine on a field with a diamond-shaped circuit of four bases.
Baseball   Clubs A baseball club is a membership venue where baseball is played as friendlies or for competition.
Basketball Basketball is a game played between two opposing teams of five players each in which goals are scored by throwing a ball through a netted hoop fixed above each end of the court.
Basketball   Clubs Basketball clubs are membership venues where basketball is played either as friendlies or for competion.
Beaches Beaches are pebbly or sandy shores by the ocean where one can walk, play, sunbathe, surf or swim.
Beaches   Blue Flag Beaches Blue Flag beaches are those with an international annual award that is given to beaches that meet a standard of excellence in the areas of safety, amenities, cleanliness, environmental information and environmental management.
Birding Birdwatching or ‘birding’ is the observation and identification of birds with the naked eye or through a visual enhancement device like binoculars in their natural surroundings.
Birding   Bird Parks Bird Parks are establishments that keeps birds in aviaries or cages for public observation and study and usually charge an entrance fee.
Birding   Hot Spots Birding hot spots are areas where a proliferation of birds gather or live and draw birders on a regular basis.
Boat Cruises Boat cruise companies move people around in a boat on water in a relaxed and unconcerned fashion; just cruising.
Bowls Bowls is a game played chiefly out of doors on a trimmed lawn called a green using heavy bowls. The object of the game is to propel one’s bowl so that it comes to rest as close as possible to a previously bowled small ball (the jack).
Bowls   Clubs Bowling clubs are membership organisations where you would go and play a game of bowls either as friendlies or in competitions.
Bungee Jumping Bungee jumping operators allow the public to participate in an activity that involves jumping from a tall fixed structure while connected to a large elasticised cord.
Bungee Swinging Bungee swing operators allow the public to participate in an activity that involves jumping and then swinging back and forth from a tall structure while connected to a large elasticised cord
Cable Cars A cable car is any of a variety of transportation systems relying on cables to pull vehicles along or lower them at a steady rate. The terminology also refers to the vehicles on these systems. The cable car vehicles are motor-less and engine-less pulled by cable that is rotated by motor off-board.
Cage Diving Cage diving is a tourist activity in which people are lowered into the sea, river, lake or dam in steel cages while predators are lured near them.
Cage Diving   Crocodiles Crocodile cage diving operators lower the public into a crocodile pool in a sturdy cage so that they can get up real close to these wondrous, yet extremely dangerous reptiles.
Cage Diving   Sharks Shark cage diving operators lower the public into the sea in steel cages whilst sharks are lured near them.
Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing is a water sport in which you kneel or sit facing forward in an open-decked canoe, and propel yourself with a single-bladed paddle, under your own power whilst kayaking is done with a closed deck and a double sided paddle.
Canoeing & Kayaking   Rentals Rental operators where you can hire a canoe or kayak.
Canoeing & Kayaking   Tours Canoeing & Kayaking tour operators organise tours for these water sports.
Canopy Tours Canopy tour operators run zip-lines and aerial bridges along established routes through wooded and often mountainous landscapes, making use of platforms built amongst trees.
Canyoning Canyoning, is an adventure activity that typically involves the descent of deep ravines or watercourses that may be dry or wet and can also involve abseiling (rappelling), burnslides, climbing, jumping, plunging or scrambling.
Casinos Casinos are public rooms or buildings, or a series of buildings, where the public are allowed to participate in gambling and other entertainment.
Caving Caving, also known as spelunking or potholing, is the sport of exploring wild, generally non-commercial cave systems.
Caving   Tours Caving tour operators run commercially organised exploration of caves or caverns.
Cricket Cricket is an outdoor game played on a large grass field with ball, bats, and two wickets, between teams of eleven players.
Cricket   Clubs Cricket clubs are where members can play or practise cricket and where teams are chosen to play friendlies or against apposing teams.
Cultural Villages Cultural Villages are a building, complex or organisation that promotes culture and arts and where the most distinctive traits of the area are concentrated. Cultural centres can be neighbourhood community arts organisations, private facilities, government-sponsored, or activist-run.
Cycling Cycling is the sport or activity of riding a bicycle.
Cycling   BMX Racing Clubs BMX racing clubs are where members can practice the sport riding over rough ground or an obstacle course on a BMX bicycle or where they can participate in competitions.
Cycling   Clubs Cycling clubs are where members can take part in organised cycling events.
Cycling   Velodromes Velodromes are tracks for cycling with steeply banked ovals, and two 180-degree circular bends connected by two straights
Dancing Dancing is the art of moving rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps.
Dancing   Dance Studios Dance studios are businesses that run buildings in which dancers learn or rehearse. In some cases the floor is sprung, meaning the construction of the floor provides a degree of flexibility to absorb the impact of intensive dance exercise.
Dancing   Private Lessons Private dance lessons are those given by qualified instructors outside of normal studio lessons, or in addition to, sometimes on privately owned property or in rented halls.
Fishing Fishing is the art of catching fish using a line and rod, the hand, a spear, a net or a trap.
Fishing   Fishing Spots Fishing spots are where the activity of catching fish in the wild, using a line and rod, hand gathering, spearing, netting or trapping takes place.
Fishing   Freshwater Charters Freshwater charters are charter companies that will take the public fishing at some of the best inland fishing spots.
Fishing   Saltwater Charters Saltwater charters are charter companies that will take the public fishing at some of the best coastal saltwater fishing spots.
Football & Soccer The sport of football or soccer is played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball. The object of the game is to kick the ball into the opposing team's goal posts to score.
Football & Soccer   Clubs Football, or soccer clubs are membership venues where these sports can be practised, friendlies played and teams selected for opposing matches.
Funicular Rides Funicular rides, also known as an inclined planes or cliff railways, use a cable railway in which a cable attached to a pair of tram-like vehicles on rails moves them up and down a steep slope; the ascending and descending vehicles counterbalance each other.
Game Arcades Game arcades are businesses with buildings or rooms that contain games for the public to participate in for a fee, such as: video games, pinball machines, redemption games, merchandiser games, coin-operated billiards and air hockey tables.
Gardens Botanical gardens are well-tended areas displaying a wide range of plants labelled with their botanical names, for display, and sometimes for sale, to the public and often for scientific study.
Golfing Golf is a game played on a large open-air course, in which a small hard ball is struck with a club into a series of 9 or 18 small holes in the ground.
Golfing   Driving Ranges Driving range operators provide the public with an area where golfers can practice their drives.
Golfing   Golf Clubs Golf clubs are organisations of at least ten individual golfers that operate under by-laws with committees and where members or the public can enjoy a game of golf.
Golfing   Lessons Qualified companies or individuals who give golf lessons to the public.
Gorge Swings Gorge Swing operators give the public the opportunity to leap off the edge of a gorge, free fall, then go into a long pendulum type of swing.
Gym & Fitness Gym or fitness centres, are membership organisations that provide a range of facilities designed to improve and maintain physical fitness and health.
Gym & Fitness   Gyms Gyms are large commercially run halls or rooms with special equipment for doing physical exercises
Gym & Fitness   Private fitness instructors Private fitness instructors use gymnasiums, halls or their clients private homes, to give various exercises designed to keep those participating fit.
Gym & Fitness   Yoga Instructors Yoga instructors teach special exercises to integrate the body, the mind, and the spirit.
Helicopter Flights Charter companies with qualified pilots that offer helicopter flights to various destinations for various occasions or for purely scenic tours.
Hiking & Walking Trails Hiking and walking trails are paths with a rough beaten or dirt/stone surface used for walking along for its beautiful scenery or educational aspects and classified by various degrees of difficulty.
Hockey Hockey is a game played on an open field where two opposing teams use curved hockey sticks try to drive a ball into the opponents' net.
Hockey   Clubs Hockey clubs are membership venues where hockey can be practised, friendlies played and teams selected for opposing matches.
Horse Riding Horse riding refers to the skill of riding, driving, or vaulting with horses.
Horse Riding   Equestrian Centres Equestrian centres offer facilities where horses are kept for rentals, riding lessons, rodeos, shows or training. Training may include horses not boarded on-site.
Hot Springs Hot springs are natural springs producing thermally heated groundwater from the earth's crust, usually at a temperature above that of the human body.
Hot Springs   Resorts Hot spring resorts are resorts that have grown up around a natural spring producing thermally heated groundwater.
Ice Skating Ice skating is the action of skating on ice as a sport or pastime using a shoe or light boot with a metal runner or blade fitted to the sole.
Ice Skating   Rinks Ice skating rinks are venues with indoor or outdoor surfaces of ice that charge the public to ice skate.
Kiteboarding & Kitesurfing Kiteboarding or kitesurfing is a surface water sport combining aspects of wakeboarding, windsurfing, surfing, paragliding, and gymnastics into one extreme sport.
Martial Arts Martial arts are various sports or skills, mainly of Japanese origin, such as judo, karate, and kendo that are used for self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual development.
Martial Arts   Judo Dojos Judo Dojos are venues where the public can learn and practice the Japanese sport of unarmed combat derived from jujitsu and intended to train the body and mind whilst emphasising grappling techniques based on the notion that softness overcomes hardness.
Martial Arts   Karate Dojos Karate Dojos are venues where the public can learn and practice this Asian system widely practiced as sport, of unarmed combat using the hands and feet to deliver and block blows.
Martial Arts   Kendo Dojos Kendo Dojos are venues where the public can learn and practice this Japanese form of fencing, originally developed as a safe form of sword training for samurai, using two-handed bamboo swords.
Microlighting Microlighting is the art or sport of flying in a lightweight, 1 or 2 seat fixed-wing aircraft called a microlight.
Mini Golf (Putt Putt) Courses Mini Golf (Putt Putt) Courses are informal and miniaturised versions of golf played on a small putting course, each hole of which involves negotiating an obstacle such as a small-scale tunnel, bridge, hill, etc.
Motorcycling Motorcycling is the process of riding a powered two-wheel in-line motor vehicle known as a motorcycle, involving usually a maximum of two persons.
Mountain Biking Mountain biking is a sport which consists of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain; navigating rough, steep trails, using specially adapted mountain bikes.
Mountain Biking   Tours Mountain biking tour companies take the public on off-road trails suited to specially adapted mountain bikes, often including rough steep hills and rough terrain.
Movie & Cinema Theatres Movie theatres, also known as a cinemas, movie houses, film houses, film theatres or picture houses, are venues, usually large buildings, for viewing motion pictures. The majority are commercially run operations catering to the general public, who attend by purchasing a ticket. Most theatres today are equipped for digital cinema projection, removing the need to create and transport a physical film print.
Movie & Cinema Theatres   Indie Indie Movie Theatres show low budget films produced by small studios that appeal to small, niche audiences, and are typically not distributed widely.
Movie & Cinema Theatres   Multiplex Multiplex movie theatres are complexes with multiple screens, typically six, ten, or more screens which are usually housed in specially designed buildings.
Movie Rentals Movie rental shops are businesses that rent out movies to the public to be viewed at home.
Museums Museum are non-profit, establishments that are open to the public and which acquire, conserve, researches, communicates and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment, for the purposes of education, study and enjoyment.
Museums   Art Art galleries or art museums are buildings or spaces for the exhibition of art, usually visual art. Museums can be public or private, but what distinguishes a museum is ownership of the collection. Although paintings are the most commonly displayed art objects; sculpture, decorative arts, furniture, textiles, costume, drawings, pastels, watercolors, collages, prints, artists' books, photographs, and installation art are also regularly shown. Performance art, music concerts, or poetry readings are
Museums   History History museums showcase collections of artefacts displayed in exhibits and within the archives that focus on history and culture.
Museums   Military & War Military and war museums specialize in military and war history and typically include displays of weapons and army and air force equipment, uniforms, wartime propaganda and exhibits on civilian life during wartime, decorations and other related items.
Museums   Science Science museums collect and display objects of scientific interest for public interest.
Museums   Transport A transport museum is a museum that holds collections of land transport items but can also include air and waterborne transport.
Music Lessons Music lessons are lessons undertaken in performing music of various types.
Music Lessons   Drums Qualified Drumming instructors who give lessons to the paying public.
Music Lessons   Guitar Qualified guitarists who give lessons to the paying public.
Music Lessons   Piano Qualified pianists who give lessons to the paying public.
Music Lessons   Vocal Qualified singing instructors who give singing lessons or voice training to the paying public.
Music Venues Music venues are any location where concerts or musical performances are staged. Music venues can be indoor or outdoor and range in size. Different genres of music are normally hosted at different types of venues, eg. classical music may be hosted in an Opera houses whilst rock, country and pop are usually hosted at nightclubs and discothèques.
Music Venues   Jazz Clubs Jazz clubs are venues, often in the basement of a building, where the principal entertainment is live jazz. In comparison to other music venues, they are rather small, reflecting the intimate atmosphere of jazz concerts and the long term decline in interest in Jazz. Notwithstanding being called ‘clubs’, these venues are usually not exclusive.
Music Venues   Piano Bars & Lounges Piano bars, or piano lounges, are located in cocktail lounges, bars, hotel lobbies, office building lobbies, restaurants, or on a cruise ships and consists of a piano or electronic keyboard played by a professional musician.
Music Venues   Rock Clubs Rock clubs are nightclubs, lounges, bars, or similar venues where customers can drink, dance, socialise and sometimes eat, to live performances of rock music.
Nightclubs Nightclubs are establishments for night-time entertainment typically offering drinks, music, dancing and floor shows, etc.
Ostrich Rides Ostrich farms allow the public to straddle the back of the largest flightless bird in the world as it runs around a demarcated area.
Paintball Paintball venues allow the public over a certain age to participate in a game in which they simulate military combat using air guns to shoot a water-soluble dye capsule of paint at each other. The field is scattered with natural or artificial terrain and objects, which players use for tactical cover.
Paragliding Paragliding adventure companies involve the public in a sport in which a wide canopy resembling a parachute, a paraglider, is attached to a person's body by a harness in order to allow them to glide.
Parasailing Parasailing adventure companies allow the public to don a special parachute with winglike extensions that lifts a rider in its harness up and through the air when towed by an automobile or motorboat.
Parks & Playgrounds Parks are an area of public land with few or no buildings maintained for recreational or ornamental purposes. Playgrounds are outdoor areas maintained for play and recreation, usually containing equipment such as swings, slides and seesaws and usually within a park.
Performing Arts Venues Performing arts venues are spaces or buildings usually, but not always, under one roof, that is intended for use by various types of the performing arts, including dance, music and theatre.
Performing Arts Venues   Comedy Clubs Comedy clubs are venues, typically nightclubs, bars, or restaurants, where people watch or listen to performances that include stand-up comedians, improvisational comedians, impersonators, magicians, ventriloquists and other comedy acts.
Performing Arts Venues   Indie Theatres Indie Theatres are where an artistic work produced by an independent company or group is shown.
Performing Arts Venues   Opera Houses Opera Houses are theatres designed predominantly for the performance of art forms in which singers and musicians perform a dramatic work combining text (called a libretto) and musical score, and are usually in a theatrical setting.
Performing Arts Venues   Theatres Theatres are buildings, large rooms or halls designed for the staging of plays, operas, etc., and normally with a raised platform and tiered seats for an audience.
Planetariums Planetariums are buildings, usually with large dome-shaped roofs, built primarily for presenting educational and entertaining shows about astronomy and the night sky, or for training in celestial navigation.
Pool & Snooker Pool and snooker halls is where a game played with cues on a billiard table in which the players use a cue ball to pocket the other player's balls in a set order is played.
Quad Biking Quad biking is the act of riding small open, motorised buggies and tricyles designed for off-road use; otherwise known as an ‘all-terrain’ vehicles.
Quad Biking   Rentals Quad bike rental companies rent out quad bikes, otherwise known as 'all-terrain' vehicles.
Quad Biking   Tours Quadbiking tour companies allow one to explore the special floriculture and scenery along certain routes with a registered guide leading the way, showing and discussing the area.
Racetracks Race tracks are also known as racing tracks, or racing circuits and are purpose-built facilities for the racing of animals and vehicles. Race tracks may also feature grandstands or concourses. Some motorsport tracks are called speedways.
Racetracks   Dogs Dog racing is an organized, highly competitive industry in which dogs, chasing a lure, compete around a track and the public are allowed to bet on the outcome.
Racetracks   Horses Horse racing tracks are where flat racing is most common. The track is typically oval in shape with the outcome based on speed and stamina and the public are allowed to place bets.
Racetracks   Motor Racing Motor racing racetracks, are where the public get involved competitively in the racing of motor-driven vehicles, including automobiles or cars as well as motorcycles.
River & Whitewater Rafting Whitewater rafting is the navigation of a river, usually comprising of rapids and steep bends, atop a rubber boat.
Rock Climbing Rock climbing is a sport wherein participants climb up or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls.
Rock Climbing   Climbing Walls Companies who own or rent out climbing walls that are usually situated within a sports centre or in a gymnasium and are fitted with attachments to simulate a rock face for climbing practice. This would include mobile types commonly used at amusement parks.
Roller Skating & Blading Roller skating and blading is the sport of using a shoe or boot with two or four wheels or casters attached to its sole for skating on hard surfaces.
Roller Skating & Blading   Rinks Companies who own indoor or outdoor surfaces used for roller skating or blading.
Safaris Safaris are overland expeditions to observe or hunt animals in their natural habitat.
Safaris   Elephant Back Elephant back safari operators allow the public to ride on the back of one of these gentle giants as they amble through the African bush.
Safaris   Hunting Hunting Safari operators involve the public in the activity of chasing and killing wild animals or game, for sport.
Safaris   Rhino Tracking Rhino tracking safari operators are highly qualified guides who share their wealth of bush and rhino knowledge with you while walking you through an area.
Safaris   Walking Walking safaris operators, usually in reserves with low predator counts, who provide expert guides to walk you through an area to meet the wildlife on its level.
Sailing Sailing is the art of using the wind to propel and control a vehicle with large, usually fabric, sails. By changing the rigging and rudder one is able to change the direction and speed of the vessel.
Sailing   Cruises Sailing Cruise operators run sail vessels for the purpose of taking paying passengers on pleasure cruises.
Sandboarding Sandboarding is a recreational activity similar to snowboarding but takes place on sand dunes rather than snow-covered mountains.
Scuba Diving Scuba diving is the sport or pastime of swimming with scuba gear that allows one to stay below the water's surface for long periods of time.
Self Defense Self defense institutions offer training in the defence of one's person or interests, especially through the use of physical force, which is permitted in certain cases as an answer to a charge of violent crime.
Self Defense   Firearm Competency Firearm Competency Institutions offer training and certification in the handling of different types of firearms in accordance with the laws of the country.
Self Defense   Training Institutions that offer training in the defence of one's person or interests, especially through the use of physical force, which is permitted in certain cases as an answer to a charge of violent crime.
Skate Boarding Skate boarding is to ride in a standing or crouching position on a short narrow board having a set of four wheels mounted under it, and often used to perform stunts.
Skate Boarding   Skate Parks Skateparks are specially designed recreational establishments made for skateboarding, BMX and aggressive inline skating and may contain half-pipes, quarter pipes, spine transfers, handrails, funboxes, vert ramps, pyramids, banked ramps, full pipes, pools, bowls, snake runs stairsets, and various other objects.
Sky Diving & Parachuting Parachuting, also known as sky diving, is the sport of jumping from an airplane at a moderate altitude and executing various acrobatics during freefall before pulling the rip cord of a parachute.
Snorkeling Snorkeling is swimming while using a breathing apparatus consisting of a long tube held in the mouth.
Spas & Wellness Centres Spas are places or resorts with a mineral spring considered to have health-giving properties and wellness centres are establishments that offer health services for the body and mind.
Squash Squash is a racket game for two (singles) or four (doubles) played in a closed walled court with a raquet and rubber ball.
Stadiums A stadium is a place or venue, generally outdoors, for sports, concerts, or other events and consists of a field or stage, either partly or completely surrounded by a structure with tiers of seats for spectators.
Stadiums   Tours A stadium tour operators allow the public to get a real feel for what it must be like behind the scenes and what is would be like from the players and managers point of view, which adds a whole new dimension to their experience when watching a match.
Surfing Surfing, or surfboarding, is the sport of riding on the crest or along the tunnel of a wave, especially while standing or lying on a surfboard.
Surfing   Schools Surfing schools offer lessons to beginners or those interested in perfecting their skills at surfing.
Surfing   Spots Surfing spots are areas along the shoreline that are frequented by large rolling waves with breaks and tubes that make wipeouts worth it and become favourite haunts to surfers.
Surfing   Tours & Surfaris Surfing tour operators are engaged to take surfers to the best surfing spots over a designated period of time.
Swimming The act of swimming involves propelling oneself in water using a stroke in which both arms are raised out of the water and lifted alternately or together.
Swimming   Heated Pools Heated Pool operators will allow the public for a fee to swim in an artificial structure indoors, or outdoors, often a concrete-lined excavation of various shapes and that is filled with heated water.
Swimming   Indoor Pools Indoor pool operators who allow the public to use their amenities for a fee.
Swimming   Lessons A qualified person who teaches the public how to swim.
Swimming   Outdoor Pools Outdoor pool operators who allow the public to use their amenities for a fee.
Tennis A game in which two (singles) or four players (doubles) strike a soft rubber ball with rackets over a net stretched across a court.
Tennis   Clubs Tennis clubs are membership organisations with the facilities for one to be able to go and play a game of tennis.
Tenpin Bowling Tenpin bowling involves rolling a heavy ball down a long narrow wooden lane in an attempt to knock down ten target skittles.
Tenpin Bowling   Alleys Bowling alley operators will allow the public to play a game of bowls at a fee.
Tour Guides Tour guides are operators whose work it is to guide tourists through different sites, historical sites, museums, landscapes and locations, providing assistance, information and cultural, historical and contemporary heritage interpretation.
Tour Guides   Battlefields Battlefield tour guides specialises in taking tourists around different battlefields.
Tour Operators Tour Operators are persons whose job duties include organizing tours, whether they be for holidays or historic places and are not generally involved in the day-to-day task of giving the tours or dealing with guests.
Wakeboarding & Waterskiing Wakeboarding is the sport of riding on a short, wide board resembling a surfboard and performing acrobatic manoeuvres while being towed behind a motorboat. Waterskiing is a sport in which an individual on skis is pulled behind a boat or a cable ski installation over a body of water, thereby skimming the surface.
Windsurfing Wind surfing is the sport or pastime of sailing standing up on a sailboard that is equipped with a mast, sail, and wishbone boom.
Zip-Lining Zip-lining consists of moving by gravity along a cable with pulley, stretched between points of different elevations whilst strapped in a harness.
Zorbing Zorbing is a sport involving a large transparent ball where the participant is secured inside an inner capsule and rolled along the ground, or downhill.
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Art Art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
Art   Rock Art Rock Art is human-made markings placed on natural stone and includes carvings, engravings, inscriptions, paintings, pictures, records and sculptures.
Battlefields Battlefields are areas of ground on which a battles were fought or places where a situation of strife or conflict took place.
Bird Hotspots Bird hotspots are areas where a proliferation of birds gather or live and that draw birders on a regular basis.
Bodies of water A body of water or waterbody is any significant accumulation of water, generally on a planet's surface. The term most often refers to oceans, seas, and lakes, but it includes smaller pools of water such as ponds, wetlands, or more rarely, puddles. A body of water does not have to be still or contained; Rivers, streams, canals, and other geographical features where water moves from one place to another are also considered bodies of water.
Bodies of water   Dams Dams are bodies of water controlled by a barrier constructed across a waterway to control the flow or raise the level of the water. Some dams are constructed by farmers and other private individuals for water supply, recreation, swimming and fishing.
Bodies of water   Lagoons A lagoon is a shallow body of water separated from a larger body of water by barrier islands or reefs.
Bridges Bridges are structures spanning and providing passage over roads, paths, railroads, or canals across rivers, ravines, roads, railroads, or other obstacles.
Castles Castles are large buildings or group of buildings fortified against attack with thick walls, battlements and towers - often private fortified strongholds converted to residential use for lords or nobles.
Caves Caves are large underground chambers, or hollow and natural passages under or into the earth, especially those with an opening to the surface of natural origin, in a hillside or cliff.
Cemeteries Cemeteries are burial grounds or graveyards for burying the dead.
Game Hotspots Game hotspots are areas where a proliferation of game gather or live, and that draw viewers on a regular basis.
General Interest Something of interest to the general public.
Heritage Sites Heritage sites are locations designated by the governing body of a township, county, province, state or country as important to the cultural heritage of the community.
Heritage Sites   National National heritage sites are anything of national significance which is handed down and preserved through generations, esp. architecture, landscapes, documents, and other artifacts declared to be of historic or cultural importance.
Heritage Sites   Provincial Provincial heritage sites are locations designated by the governing body of that province as important to the cultural heritage of the community.
Heritage Sites   UNESCO World UNESCO World Heritage Sites are places (such as forests, mountains, lakes, deserts, monuments, buildings, complexes, or cities) that are listed by UNESCO to be of special cultural or physical significance.
Historical Sites Historical sites are locations, buildings, sites or structures where pieces of political, military or social history have been preserved.
Landmarks Landmarks are objects or landscape features that are easily seen and recognised from a distance, esp. one that enables someone to establish their location.
Lighthouses Lighthouses are towers or other structures containing a beacon light to warn or guide ships at sea
Monuments & Memorials Memorials are something, esp. structures, that serve as a remembrance of a person or an event and is commemorative. Monuments are statues, buildings, or other structures erected to commemorate a famous or notable person or event - or statues or other structures placed by, or over, graves in memory of the dead.
Mountain Passes Mountain passes are routes through mountain ranges or over ridges of geological formations that are lower than the surrounding peaks.
Public Spaces Public spaces are social indoor or outdoor areas to which the public have access. These may be privately or publicly owned to which the public have access by right or by invitation, expressed or implied, by payment of money or not.
Public Spaces   Squares Squares are public multi-functional open areas at the meeting of two or more streets usually found in the heart of a traditional town and used for community gatherings or activities.
Ruins Ruins are the remains of something destroyed, disintegrated, or decayed - the remains of buildings, typically old ones that have suffered much damage or disintegration.
Tunnels Tunnels are artificial underground passages, especially those built through a hill or under a building, road, or river.
View Points Viewpoints are positions affording a view of something of interest; places of observation.
Waterfalls Waterfalls are cascades of water falling from a height, where rivers or streams flow over precipices, rocks or steep inclines.
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Food & Drink
A la Carte À la carte restaurants serve unlimited choices of meals with a separate price for each item.
American Diners American Diners serve comfort food—plentiful, soul filling and quintessentially wholesome.
Bars Bars are places where predominantly alcoholic drinks are sold and drunk. Sometimes free standing, sometimes attached to a restaurant, hotel or other accommodation facility.
Bars   Cocktail Cocktail bars are an area in a hotel or other place where you can buy cocktails (any mixed drink with a spirit base) as well as beer and wine and where the patrons usually dress smart and vulgar language is banned.
Bars   Dive Dive bars, or neighbourhood bars, generally have a relaxed and informal atmosphere and are places where people in the area gather to drink and socialize.
Bars   Gay Gay bars are drinking establishments that cater to exclusively or predominantly gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender clientele.
Bars   Hookah Hookah lounges or bars, also called shisha bars or dens, are establishments where patrons share shisha, which is flavoured tobacco, from a communal hookah, or nargile, which is placed at each table.
Beer Gardens Beer gardens are outdoor seated places where predominantly alcoholic drinks are sold and drunk and are usually part of a pub, restaurant or hotel.
Bistro A Bistro is a small informal restaurant or bar serving moderately priced simple meals in a modest setting.
Breakfast Breakfasts are meals eaten in the morning, the first meal of the day, usually consisting of one or more of the following : fruit, yogurt, muesli, bacon, eggs, french toast, sausage, etc.
Burger Joints Burger Joints are establishment, major chain or independent, that primarily serve burgers and fries or where burgers are considered their speciality.
Chinese Cuisine Chinese restaurants serve cuisine that includes food from the various regions of China and has become popular in most parts of the world. Each individual diner is given a bowl of rice or noodles with the accompanying dishes served in communal plates or bowls that are shared by everyone sitting at the table.
Coffee Shops Coffee Shops are small, informal restaurants, as may be found in a hotel, or independent, in which coffee and light meals are served.
Country Dining Restaurants that are situated in a country atmosphere, within nature, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Cuban Cuisine Cuban restaurants serve food that is a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavour.
Fast Food & Takeaways Fast food and takeaway outlets sell food that can be prepared quickly and easily and is also sold in restaurants and cafés as a quick meal or to be taken out.
Fish & Chips Shops Fish and chips shops sell fish which is battered and then deep-fried, served with chips (fries)
French Cuisine French restaurants serve cuisine that consists of elaborate preparations and presentations served in small and numerous courses with cheese and wine as the main ingredients.
Fried Chicken Joints Chicken joints are restaurants or fast food outlets that specialize in the preparation of chicken.
German Cuisine German restaurants serve cuisine that comes from the nation of Germany with Eisbein, Sauerkraut, Wurst and Schnitzel being household names.
Greek Cuisine Greek restaurants serve cuisine from the nation of Greece using mediterranean spices and seasonings.
Halaal Halaal restaurants serve only foods that are allowed under Islamic dietary guidelines and prohibit pork or pork byproducts, animals that were dead before slaughtering, animals not slaughtered in the name of Allah and any blood or blood byproducts.
Indian Cuisine Indian restaurants serve cuisine that is heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and is characterised by the use of various spices, herbs and other vegetables.
Italian Cuisine Italian restaurants serve cuisine consisting of predominantly pasta dishes and is often described as ‘the simplest expression of the fewest ingredients’ with many dishes having only four to eight ingredients, varying by region.
Japanese Cuisine Japanese restaurants serve cuisine that is usually defined by its combination of food staples like noodles and rice with soup and a okazu (meat, fish, vegetable, tofu) to add flavour to the staple. Flavoring is often done with low fat, high sodium things like soy sauce, miso, and dashi.
Juice Bars Juice bars are places which serve predominantly juices, the liquid that is naturally contained in fruit or vegetables, smoothies, and other fruit drinks.
Mediterranean Cuisine Mediterranean cuisine emphasizes fruits and vegetables, nuts, grains, olive oil (as opposed to butter) and grilled or steamed chicken and seafood (as opposed to red meat), plus a glass or two of red wine.
Mexican Cuisine Mexican cuisine has the basic staples of native corn, beans and chili peppers but the Spanish introduced a large number of other foods such as beef, pork, chicken, goat and sheep, dairy products (especially cheese) and various herbs and spices.
Mexican Cuisine   Tacos A taco is composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling with a variety of fillings. It is a traditional Mexican dish and eaten without utensils.
Pizzerias Pizzerias are where they sell an oven-baked, flat, round bread, typically topped with tomato sauce, various toppings and then cheese.
Portuguese Cuisine Portuguese restaurants serve cuisine that is closely related to Mediterranean cuisine and characterised by rich, filling and full-flavoured dishes with the sea being the most defining characteristic of Portuguese cooking.
Roadhouses Roadhouses are usually situated away from other eating houses and concentrate on fast food eaten inside of one's vehicle or taken away.
Sandwich Places Sandwich places predominantly sell sandwiches of all kinds consisting of two or more slices of bread or the like, with a layer of meat, fish, cheese, etc., between each pair.
Sausage Huts Sausage huts serve various types of sausages straight from the grill in a roll with various sauces. Some may add fried onions or with German sausages, sauer kraut.
Seafood Seafood Restaurants serve predominantly shellfish and sea fish as food.
South African Cuisine South African cuisine is sometimes called ‘rainbow cuisine’, as it involves a variety of multicultural flavours with meat dishes like Bobotie, Boerewors, Biltong, Frikkadelle, and Potjiekos, and favourites like melktert, mealie-meel and koeksisters.
South African Cuisine   Potjiekos Potjiekos restaurants serve stews prepared outdoors in a round, cast iron, three-legged pot, the potpie, (small pot) descended from the Dutch oven
Spanish Cuisine Spanish restaurants most commonly serve the tortilla espanola or tortilla de patata which is made with fried potatoes, onions and eggs. The equivalent of a western sandwich, the Spanish bocadillo, would be a 6 to 8-inch long portion of baguette, sliced in half and filled with Spanish chorizo sausage, cold cuts, tuna or Serrano ham.
Spanish Cuisine   Paella Paella is a typical Spanish dish that gets its name from the pan it is cooked in and is traditionally made with a base of rice and saffron with different fillings of meat, chicken, seafood and vegetables.
Spanish Cuisine   Tapas Tapas are small Spanish savoury dishes, typically served with drinks at a bar.
Steakhouses A steakhouse, sometimes also known as a chophouse, specializes in beef steaks with sides, such as baked potato, rice or fries.
Sushi Sushi restaurants sell sushi which consists of cooked vinegar flavoured rice formed into small balls or rolls and combined with other ingredients, usually raw fish or other seafood, vegetables and egg.
Tea Rooms Tea rooms, or tea houses are establishments that mainly serve tea and other light refreshments.The service and decor is primarily designed for female clientele.
Thai Cuisine Thai restaurants serve cuisine where the emphasis is placed on lightly-prepared dishes with a strong aromatic component and eating is very much a communal event with each person ordering a dish and all the dishes getting shared between everyone.
Turkish Cuisine Turkish cuisine can be described as a fusion and refinement of Central Asian, Middle Eastern and Balkan cuisines.
Vegetarian / Vegan Cuisine Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants serve meals (Vegetarian) that contain no meat produce or (Vegan) that contain no animal produce or by products.
Wine Bars A wine bar is a business that focuses on selling wine, typically by the glass, rather than liquor or beer.
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Shops & Services
Adult Shops Adult shops (also called adult shop, erotic shop or adult book store) are retailers that sell products related to adult sexual or erotic entertainment, such as vibrators, lingerie, clothing, pornography, and other related products
Advertising Agencies Advertising agencies are companies that dedicate themselves to creating, planning, and handling advertising (and sometimes other forms of promotion) to call public attention to their clients.
Agriculture & Farming Agriculture is the science, art, and business of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock; farming.
Agriculture & Farming   Cheese Producers Cheese producers produce a food derived from milk that comes in a wide range of flavours, textures, and forms by coagulation of the milk protein casein. It comprises proteins and fat from milk, usually the milk of cows, buffalo, goats, or sheep.
Agriculture & Farming   Coffee Growers
Agriculture & Farming   Egg Producers Egg Producers farm with chickens for the purpose of collecting a large number of chicken eggs for resale.
Agriculture & Farming   Farmers' Co-Ops Agricultural Co-Operatives, also known as a farmers' co-ops, are co-operatives where farmers pool their resources in certain areas of activity and which provide inputs required for agricultural production including seeds, fertilisers, chemicals, fuel, and farm machinery. They are also one stop shops where you can find all your gardening, hardware, DIY, agriculture and outdoor products and services.
Agriculture & Farming   Fruit Growers Fruit growers are enterprises who grow fruit commercially.
Agriculture & Farming   Livestock Suppliers Suppliers of Livestock, such as cattle, sheep and pigs that are usually kept on a farm.
Agriculture & Farming   Poultry Producers Poultry farmers farm with domestic fowls, especially those valued for their meat and eggs such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese for resale purposes.
Agriculture & Farming   Silk Producers Silk Producers are companies or farmers who breed insects that produce a natural protein fiber, which can be woven into textiles. The best-known silk is obtained from the cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm Bombyx mori reared in captivity (sericulture).
Agritourism Agritourism or agrotourism, involves any agriculturally based operations or activities that are conducted for the enjoyment or education of visitors, and that generate supplemental income for the owner and those employed there.
Air-conditioning Sales & Services Air-conditioning companies that sell or service air-conditioning systems for controlling the humidity, ventilation, and temperature in a building or vehicle, typically to maintain a cool airspace.
Airports An airport is complex of buildings and runways for the takeoff, landing, and maintenance of civil aircraft, with facilities for passengers.
Airports   Domestic A domestic airport is an airport which only handles flights within the same country and therefore does not have customs and immigration facilities.
Airports   International An international airport is an airport that can accommodate international flights and therefore do have customs and immigration facilities.
Alternative Medicine Alternative Medicine practitioners practice any of a range of medical therapies that are not regarded as orthodox by the medical profession, such as herbalism, naturopathy, and crystal healing.
Alternative Medicine   Traditional Healers Traditional Healers practice traditional medicine being the sum total of the knowledge, skills, and practices based on the theories, beliefs, and experiences indigenous to different cultures, whether explicable or not, used in the maintenance of health as well as in the prevention, diagnosis, improvement or treatment of physical and mental illness.
Animals & Birds An animal is any member of the kingdom Animalia; a mammal, as opposed to a fish, bird, etc. and a bird is any of various warm-blooded, egg-laying, feathered vertebrates of the class Aves, having forelimbs modified to form wings.
Animals & Birds   Animal Hospitals & Veterinarians A veterinarian is a person qualified to treat diseased or injured animals and an animal hospital is an association of veterinarians and others.
Animals & Birds   Animal Shelters Animal Shelters are organisations or establishments, especially those supported by charitable contributions, which care for strays and other homeless pets and seek to find permanent homes for them.
Animals & Birds   Boarding Kennels Boarding kennels are commercial establishments which provide accommodation, feeding and general care for dogs and cats on a short term, usually weekly, basis. Well-run institutions cater only for healthy animals with a good vaccination record.
Animals & Birds   Catteries Catteries are establishments that board or breed cats.
Animals & Birds   Dog Breeders Dog Breeders are people who intentionally practice the mating of selected dogs with the intent to maintain or produce specific qualities and characteristics in that breed.
Animals & Birds   Dog Parlours Dog parlours are businesses that earn their living from grooming dogs. Some dog parlours will also groom cats.
Animals & Birds   Dog Training Dog trainers or dog training schools are for the purpose of modifying the behaviour of a dog, either for it to assist in specific activities or undertake particular tasks, or for it to participate effectively in contemporary domestic life.
Animals & Birds   Pet Shops Pet shops are businesses where pet animals, animal feed and accessories, are sold.
Animals & Birds   SPCA The SPCA, or Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is an animal welfare organization that is dedicated to protecting all animals and where necessary, prosecuting any person who is caught wilfully abusing them. Strays and unwanted animals are housed and cared for while trying to find a home for them.
Animals & Birds   Wildlife Sanctuaries Wildlife sanctuaries, are organisations with an area that provides protection for animal or bird species from hunting, predation or competition and is a protected area. Animals are not bought, sold, or traded, nor are they used for animal testing. Some may have characteristics of both a sanctuary and a shelter; for instance, some animals may be in residence temporarily until a good home is found and others may be permanent residents.
Antiques & Collectables Antique and collectables shops, or dealers, sell collectable items that are desirable because of their age, rarity, condition, utility, or other unique features.
Art Art is a diverse range of human activities and the products of those activities; the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination; typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture.
Art   Lessons Persons or establishments that teach and train in art forms.
Art   Sales Businesses that sell artworks such as paintings or sculptures.
Art   Supplies Businesses that supply all the necessities for artists, such as paint, brushes, canvases and modelling clay etc.
Arts & Crafts Arts and crafts is the art of decorative design and handicraft such as pottery, baskets, needlework, wood carved ornaments, sculptured stone figurines, etc.
Arts & Crafts   Stores Art and craft stores sell art, or other objects that are made by hand, such as sculptures, carvings, pottery or needlework.
Audio & Visual Audio & visual communication technologies, include sound, video, lighting, display and projection systems.
Audio & Visual   Camera Stores Camera stores are retail organisations whose principal wares consists of cameras and related gear, e.g. lenses, film, tripods, carrying cases, photographic studio equipment, memory cards, editing software, and other photography equipment.
Bakeries Bakeries are places where baked goods such as bread and cakes are made and/or sold.
Banking Banking is the monetary business conducted, or services offered, by a banking institution.
Banking   ATMs ATMs (automated teller machines) are machines placed on the outside of a building at a bank branch or other location, which enables a customer to perform basic banking activities, such as checking one's balance and withdrawing, or transferring funds, even when the bank itself is closed.
Banking   Banks Banks are financial institutions that invest money deposited by customers, pays it out when required, makes loans at interest, and exchanges foreign currency.
Banking   Foreign Exchange Offices that exchange one currency for another, or convert one currency into another currency. Foreign exchange also refers to the global market where currencies are traded virtually around-the-clock. The term foreign exchange is usually abbreviated as "forex" and occasionally as "FX."
Beauty Beauty consists of the combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, esp. the sight.
Beauty   Beauty Salons Beauty salon establishments provide women with services to improve their beauty, such as facial treatment, hairdressing, manicuring and massage.
Beauty   Nail Salons Nail salons or nail bars, are specialty beauty salon establishments that primarily offer nail care services such as manicures, pedicures, and nail enhancements.
Beauty   Tanning Salons Tanning salons offer ‘beds’ wherein people lie under intense exposure to man-made ultraviolet light in order to obtain a tan.
Bicycle Shops Bicycle shops are businesses specialising in bicycle sales, maintenance and parts such as saddles, helmets, brakes, etc.
Blind Care Institutions and schools that take care of all the needs of blind or partially blind persons, e.g. schooling, training, accommodation and meals.
Boating Boating is the activity of travelling in a small boat on a dam, lake or river for enjoyment.
Boating   Repairs Businesses that repair and renovate boats.
Boating   Sales Businesses that sell boats, boat spares and boat accessories such as anchors, life jackets, etc.
Boating   Supplies Businesses that sell spares and accessories for boats, such as bosun's chairs, cleats, fenders and sails, etc.
Book Shops Book shops, or bookstores, are places of business where books from various authors are the main item offered for sale.
Breweries Breweries are buildings or establishments for brewing beer or other malt liquors, most especially the building where the brewing is done.
Building & Allied Building and allied is anything relating to the building industry.
Building & Allied   Building Contractors Building contractors are responsible for the day-to-day oversight of a construction site and are responsible for providing all of the material, labour, equipment and services necessary for the completion of the project. Building contractors hire specialized subcontractors to perform all, or portions of, the construction work.
Building & Allied   Building Supplies Building supplies are wholesalers or retailers of building materials, such as sand, stone, cement and nails.
Building & Allied   Carpentry Services Carpentry Services provide the skills to build or repair wooden structures such as houses, scaffolds, shelving or furniture.
Building & Allied   Glazing Glazing companies cut and instal glass in buildings, e.g. clear and tinted float glass, tempered glass, laminated glass, as well as a variety of coated glasses.
Building & Allied   Handyman Services A handyman is a person skilled at a wide range of repairs, typically around the home, e.g. painting, plumbing, tiling, appliance repairs.
Building & Allied   Hardware Stores Hardware stores predominantly sell hardware for home and building improvements but may include specialty departments unique to its region with items for fishing, boating or hunting, etc.
Building & Allied   Paint Manufacturers A paint manufacturer manufactures various types of paint in various colours.
Building & Allied   Paint Suppliers Paint suppliers are stores where paint and painting supplies are sold, e.g. brushes, ladders, solvents, sandpaper, etc.
Building & Allied   Painting Contractors Painting contractors are a company or individual responsible for painting the exterior and/or the interior of a structure or building.
Building & Allied   Paving Paving companies lay pavement on side walks or driveways, using various patterns, colours and shapes of bricks.
Building & Allied   Plumbers Plumbers are people who instal, repair and maintain pipes, fittings, and other apparatus involved in the distribution and use of water.
Building & Allied   Specialised Doors Manufacturers and/or stockists of all specialised doors, including but not limited to, bullet, blast, and fire proof doors, smoke and sound resistant doors, cyclone, pressure and radiation doors.
Business Opportunities Business opportunities (or bizopp) are opportunities that involves sale or lease of any product, service, equipment, etc. that will enable the purchaser-licensee to begin a business.
Butchers Butcher Shops have the trade of cutting up and selling different cuts of meat i e.g. chops, steaks, T-Bones, fillet, etc.
Car Washes Car washes consist of a building containing equipment for washing motor vehicles automatically with the minimum of human intervention. Polish and Valet are optional.
Caravans & Motorhomes A caravan is a enclosed vehicle capable of being pulled by a motorised vehicle and equipped to be lived in whilst a motorhome is an self-propelled vehicle equipped to be lived in.
Caravans & Motorhomes   Clubs Caravan and Motorhome Clubs are recreational clubs that provide regular rallies to promote comaradarie, friendship and adventure gatherings for members with like-minded interests.
Caravans & Motorhomes   Hire Companies that will hire out Caravans & Motorhomes to the public.
Caravans & Motorhomes   Manufacturers Companies that manufacture Caravans or Motorhomes for sale to the public or rental market.
Caravans & Motorhomes   Repairs & Maintenance Companies that specialise in repairing and maintaining Caravans and Motorhomes.
Caravans & Motorhomes   Sales Companies that sell Caravans and Motorhomes.
Caravans & Motorhomes   Spares & Accessories Companies that sell spares and accessories for Caravans and Motorhomes.
Care Services Care services are companies or individuals that offer to take care of your assets, homes, animals or children while you are away for short or extended periods of time.
Care Services   House Sitters House sitters are companies or individuals who will take care of a person's home while that person is away on holiday or business. This may include looking after their animals, watering the garden, collecting the post and sleeping on or off site.
Care Services   Pet Sitters Pet sitters are contracted service providers who take care of a pet or other animal in their own home.
Catering Catering is to provide food and drink or entertainment in a professional capacity, typically at social events.
Catering   Caterers Caterers are companies that provides food and drink or entertainment in a professional capacity, typically at social events.
Catering   Equipment Hire Equipment Hire companies will rent out food and drink or entertainment equipment , typically for social events. e.g. China, Cutlery, Glassware, Kitchen Equipment, Linen and Furniture.
Catering   Supplies Companies that sell Catering equipment including all the utensils and machinery used for catering, to restaurants, hotels, bars and kitchens, professional chefs and caterers. e.g. appliances, furniture, cooking utensils and cutlery.
Catographers Catographers are companies engaged in the production of maps
Cellular phones Cell phones are mobile telephones using a system of radio transmitters and computers for switching calls from one area to another.
Cellular phones   Cell C Stores Stores that provide sales, services and support for Cell C branded products.
Cellular phones   Independant Stores Stores that are not committed to one brand and will provide sales, services and support to either or Cell C, MTN or Vodacom products.
Cellular phones   MTN Stores Stores that provide sales, services and support for MTN branded products.
Cellular phones   Vodacom Stores Stores that provide sales, services and support for Vodacom branded products.
Chambers of Commerce Chambers of Commerce are a local association to promote and protect the interests of the business community in a particular place.
Chemists & Pharmacies Pharmacies are stores that deal with the preparation and dispensing of medicinal drugs for sale to the public.
Chocolaterie A Chocolaterie is a business which both manufactures chocolate confections and sells them, at the same location. It is usually a small family business, often operating at only one location.
Clothing Stores Stores that sell clothing as its main line.
Clothing Stores   Boutiques Boutiques are small retail shops that specialise in selling out of the ordinary fashionable clothes, accessories, gifts and food, etc.
Clothing Stores   Kids Clothing Stores that specialise in clothing for children from babies to young adults.
Clothing Stores   Ladies Clothing A store that specializes in clothing for ladies.
Clothing Stores   Lingerie Stores Stores that specialise in women's underwear.
Clothing Stores   Men's Clothing Stores that specialise in clothing for men.
Coffee Roasteries Coffee Roasteries are places where coffee beans are roasted and processed and whereby the roasting process produces the characteristic flavour of the coffee by causing the green coffee beans to change in taste.
Computer Stores Computer Stores sell computers, desktops and laptops, which are high speed programmable electronic devices that assembles, stores, correlates, or otherwise processes information, typically in binary form. They generally also sell software, hardware and also all accessories.
Conference & Function Venues Conference or function venues are a large hotel room, hall or room available to the public for various functions and where food and drinks may also be served.
Convenience Stores Convenience stores have extended opening hours and are situated in a convenient location, like a petrol station and stock a limited range of household goods, groceries and often car lubricants and polishes, etc.
Courier Services Courier services provide door to door, local or international, pickup and delivery services, for urgently required goods or documents.
Crating Crating companies pack (something) in a crate to protect the item for transportation to various destinations or for shipping overseas.
Delicatessen Store Delicatessen stores sell cooked or prepared foods ready for serving, such as cold cuts, cheeses, and a variety of salads, etc.
Dressmakers Dressmakers are persons whose occupation it is to make custom clothing for women, such as dresses, blouses, and evening gowns.
Education (Basic) Basic education includes all levels of schooling up to and including the first twelve years of education, being Grade 12, or Matric.
Education (Basic)   After School Care After school care are institutions that provide a safe, caring environment offering a range of active, stimulating and restful activities for school age children after school and often will supervise their homework.
Education (Basic)   Combined Schools Combined schools are schools that offer any number of primary grades and secondary grades up to Grade 10, 11 or 12
Education (Basic)   High Schools High Schools or Secondary Schools are for older children from grade 8 to grade 12.
Education (Basic)   Intermediate Schools Intermediate or middle schools are schools that offer grades 7 to 9.
Education (Basic)   Music Schools Music schools offer study associated with the teaching and learning of music.
Education (Basic)   Pre-Primary Schools Pre-Primary or Nursery Schools are for young children, mainly between the ages of three and five who are not old enough to attend a Primary School.
Education (Basic)   Primary Schools Primary Schools are for young children and usually include the first seven grades of elementary education, grade R (reception year) which is not compulsory, grade 1 to grade 7 (or the first seven years of compulsory education)
Education (Higher & Training) Higher Education and Training, or tertiary education, includes education for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, certificates and diplomas, up to the level of the doctoral degree.
Education (Higher & Training)   FET Colleges FET (further education and training) colleges offer education and training that takes place after leaving school, even if only Grade 9 is completed. Some colleges may offer up to 300 different courses. A person wishing to study at the FET level should be 16 years or older.
Education (Higher & Training)   Universities Universities are a higher education facility which grants academic degrees in a variety of subjects such as divinity, law, arts, science, commerce and administration, and education and provides both undergraduate education and postgraduate education.
Education (Higher & Training)   Universities of Technology Universities of Technology firstly teach skills to fabricate things and secondly teach skills to manage or sell the fabricated article.
Electrical Services Electrical services are services pertaining to electricity, anything that operates by or producing electricity.
Electrical Services   Electrical Engineers Electrical engineers are persons trained in the design of electrical systems.
Electrical Services   Electricians Electricians instal and maintain electrical equipment and systems.
Electrical Services   Wiring Contractors Wiring contractors are those who deal with insulated conductors used to carry electricity, and associated devices.
Embassies & Consulates Embassies are the official residences or offices of an ambassador and consulates are the official residence or premises of a consul.
Engineering Engineering is the work done by an engineer embracing the branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures.
Engineering   Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineers are engineering companies concerned with the design, construction, repair and overhaul of automobiles and their engines.
Engineering   Fitters & Turners Fitters and turners shape metal or wood on a lathe with the degree of precision with which surfaces are adjusted or adapted to each other in a machine or collection of parts.
Engineering   Powder Coating Services Powder coating businesses use a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder, applied electrostatic ally and then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a ‘skin’ around suitable objects.
Engineering   Steelworks Steelworks are plants where something is made out of steel or an establishment where steel is made.
Engineering   Tool & Die Makers Tool and die makers are businesses in the manufacturing industry whose skill is in making of jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools (such as milling cutters and form tools), gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.
Equestrian Equestrian is anything related to horse riding.
Equestrian   Riding Schools Riding schools are where horsemanship is taught and practiced
Equestrian   Saddlery Businesses involved in the making and repairing of saddles, bridles, and other equipment for horses.
Equestrian   Stables Stables are the buildings that act as accommodation for animals, particularly horses.
Event Planning Event planning is the process of planning a festival, ceremony, competition, party, concert, or convention.
Event Planning   Children's Parties Children's parties are social events in which entertainment, food, and drinks are provided for a number of friends usually associated with the celebration of a birthday
Farm Stalls Farm stalls are small areas on a farm from which goods are sold. Farm stalls, or padstalle as they are known, usually sell locally produced arts and crafts and homemade food and confectionery from the area or the farm itself.
Fencing & Gate Automation Companies or stores that sell or manufacture fencing material, such as wire, stakes, and rails, used to build a barrier or enclosure and companies that supply and/or fit motors that open gates by remote control.
Filling & Petrol Stations Filling stations are also called petrol stations and are a place equipped for selling petrol, diesel and oil to motorists.
Financial Services Financial services encompass a broad range of organizations that manage money, including credit unions, credit card companies, consumer finance companies, stock brokerages, investment funds and some government sponsored enterprises.
Financial Services   Debt Management Debt Management agencies ensure that you are budgeting and maintaining your finances as efficiently as possible.
Financial Services   Investment Investment Companies utilise money or capital to purchase financial instruments or other assets in order to gain profitable returns.
Financial Services   Loans Loan companies lend a sum of money to a business or individual that must be repaid, with interest, at some point in the future.
Fire Stations Fire Stations are facilities where fire fighters on duty, fire engines and other equipment of a fire department are housed.
Fishing Tackle & Gear Fishing tackle and gear stores sell the equipment and clothing used by fishermen, as well as all the different types of baits.
Florists Florists sell, or grow for sale, cut flowers and ornamental plants.
Food & Food Products Food & Food Products are any nourishing substance that is eaten, drunk, or otherwise taken into the body to sustain life, provide energy, promote growth, etc. and their bye-products.
Food & Food Products   Manufacturers Food & Food Product Manufacturers are persons, groups or companies who run a manufacturing plant that makes any nourishing substance, as well as its bye-products, that is eaten, drunk, or otherwise taken into the body to sustain life, provide energy, promote growth, etc.
Footwear Stores that specialise in shoes.
Funeral Services Funeral services are the different companies connected to the burial or cremation of a dead person.
Funeral Services   Crematoriums Crematoriums are the furnaces or mortuaries for the incineration of corpses.
Funeral Services   Tombstones Companies that sell tombstones, or grave stones, that consist of a large, flat inscribed stone or monument standing or laid over a tomb or grave.
Funeral Services   Undertakers Undertakers are persons whose business is to prepare dead bodies for burial or cremation and to arrange and manage funerals.
Furniture & Home Stores Furniture and home stores sell furniture and home decor.
Gardening The act of gardening is to cultivate a plot of ground as a garden with flowers, vegetables, trees, herbs, or fruit.
Gardening   Equipment Repairs Companies or persons who undertake to repair and service gardening equipment such as lawnmowers and hedge trimmers.
Gardening   Garden Centres Garden centres are retail stores that trade primarily in plants and products associated with gardens.
Gardening   Garden Clubs Garden Clubs are organised groups of people with a shared interest in gardening, gardens, and plants.
Gardening   Garden Nurseries Garden, or Plant nurseries are a commercial establishment where plants are propagated and grown wholesale for retail sale elsewhere.
Gardening   Garden Services Garden Services include a general tidy up, hedge trimming, lawn mowing, patio or driveway cleaning, and any special requests, on behalf of the owner of the property, relieving them of the burden.
Gardening   Landscapers Landscapers adorn or improve an area of ground by contouring and by planting flowers, shrubs, or trees.
Gardening   Tree felling Tree felling companies drop and remove any unwanted or diseased trees.
General Dealers General Dealers are shopkeepers who deal in all articles in common use, from clothes to groceries.
Gift & Souvenir Shops Gift and Souvenir shops are stores that typically sell coffee mugs, stuffed animals, t-shirts, postcards, handmade collections and other souvenirs, usually relating to a particular topic or theme, and are normally found in areas visited by many tourists.
Golf Shops Golf shops stock everything to do with the game of golf, like golf clubs and golf balls, and are usually run by persons knowledgeable and passionate about the game of golf.
Greengrocers Greengrocers are businesses who specialise in selling "green" groceries, that is, fruits and vegetables.
Hairdressers Hairdressers cut and style men, women and children's hair.
Hairdressers   Kids A kids hairdresser is a hairdresser that specialises in cutting young children's hair and has the facilities to keep them amused whilst doing so.
Hairdressers   Ladies Ladies' hairdressers cut and style ladies and girls hair.
Hairdressers   Men Men's hairdressers, or barbers, cut hair and shave or trim beards.
Hairdressers   Unisex Unisex hairdresses are hairdressers that serve both men and women, boys and girls.
Harbours Harbours are places on the coast where ships may moor in shelter, especially one protected from rough water by piers, jetties, and other artificial structures and may include slipways and dry docks for the repair of fishing vessels.
Health & Wellness Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Wellness is the active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling existence.
Health & Wellness   Health Stores Health Food Stores are a type of grocery store that primarily sells health foods, organic foods, local produce and often nutritional supplements.
Health & Wellness   Reiki Therapists Reiki Therapists are trained in a Japanese technique of stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing based on the principle that the therapist can channel energy into the patient by means of touch, to activate the natural healing processes of the patient's body and restore physical and emotional well-being.
Hobby Shops Hobby shops and stores stock supplies needed for activities and interests pursued for pleasure or relaxation.
Home & Office Relates to items for the home where a person lives, and the office, where a person works.
Home & Office   Furniture Furniture Stores sell movable equipment, such as chairs and tables, used to make a house, office, or other space comfortable for living or working.
Home & Office   Interior decorators & designers Interior decorating companies, or interior design companies, specialise in designing architectural interiors and their furnishings, in businesses or homes.
Home & Office   Office Supplies Office supply stores sell all supplies regularly used in offices by businesses and other organisations, from paper clips to computers.
Home Appliances Home appliances are devices designed to perform a specific domestic task; any electrical or mechanical appliance such as fridges, toasters, stoves, kettles, etc. (small and major).
Home Appliances   Repairs Home appliance repair stores repair devices designed to perform a specific domestic task; any electrical or mechanical appliance such as fridges, toasters, stoves, kettles, etc. (small and major).
Home Appliances   Sales Home appliance stores sell devices designed to perform a specific domestic task; any electrical or mechanical appliance such as fridges, toasters, stoves, kettles, etc. (small and major).
Home Industries Home industries are light industries carried on in a dwelling, or in a building ancillary to a dwelling, by one or more permanent residents of the dwelling.
Hospitals & Clinics Hospitals are institutions providing medical and surgical treatment and nursing care for sick or injured people. Clinics are places or hospital departments where outpatients are given medical treatment or advice.
Hospitals & Clinics   Private Private Hospitals and Clinics are owned by a profit company or a non-profit organisation and privately funded through payment for medical services by patients themselves, by insurers, Governments through national health insurance schemes, or by foreign embassies
Hospitals & Clinics   Public Public Hospitals and Clinics (or government hospitals) are those which are owned by a government and receive government funding. These type of hospitals provide medical care free of charge, or for a minimal fee; the full cost of which is covered by funding that the hospital receives.
I.T. Services IT service companies are those that offer the implementation and management of quality services that meet the needs of a business.
I.T. Services   Web Design Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The different areas of web design include web graphic design; interface design, authoring, including standardised code and propriety software; user experience design; and search engine optimisation. Often many individuals will work in teams covering different aspects of the design process, although some designers will cover them all. The term web design is normally used to describe the design process relating to the front-end (client side) design of a website including writing mark up. Web design partially overlaps web engineering in the broader scope of web development. Web designers are expected to have an awareness of usability and if their role involves creating mark up then they are also expected to be up to date with web accessibility guidelines.
Ice Cream Shops Ice cream shops or parlours sell ice cream and frozen yogurt to consumers.
Information Information is facts provided or learned about something or someone.
Information   Tourist Info Centres Tourist information centres are centres designed specifically for disseminating tourist information at regular intervals and on demand, according to the express needs of travellers. This usually includes maps and brochures.
Insurance Companies Insurance companies issue contracts (called a policy) in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses, for a fee. The insurance company pools clients' risks to make payments more affordable for the insured.
Internet & Cyber Cafés Internet cafés and cybercafés are places which, for a fee, provide internet access to the public.
Jewellery Stores Jewellery stores sell adornments such as bracelets, rings or necklaces made of precious metals and set with gems, or imitation gems.
Laundry Services Laundry services are businesses that wash and iron clothing for a fee. Some of them also offer a drycleaning service.
Laundry Services   Drycleaners Drycleaning businesses clean different fabrics and clothing with a solvent other than water.
Laundry Services   Washing & Ironing Washing and ironing businesses will wash and iron any laundry for a fee.
Leatherworkers Leatherworkers are tradesmen or artisans who make and sell useful products from processed animal hides. eg. belts, handbags, bracelets, laptop bags, menu covers, wallets, purses, chequebook covers, etc.
Libraries Libraries are buildings or rooms containing an organised collection of information resources, like books and sometimes films and recorded music. These are made accessible to a defined community, for reference or borrowing.
Liquor & Bottle Stores Liquor and bottle stores are stores that sells alcoholic beverages and cold drinks for consumption elsewhere.
Malls Shopping malls are one or more buildings forming a complex of shops representing merchandisers.
Marinas Marinas are specially designed harbours with moorings for pleasure craft and offer supply, repair, and other facilities.
Markets Markets are places where the sellers of particular goods or services can meet with the buyers of these goods and services, to interact and trade.
Markets   African African Markets house wares usually handmade by the local community and include such items as wood carved ornaments, stone carved or sculptured figurines, pottery in native designs, baskets, needlework and similar crafts.
Markets   Flea Flea markets, typically outdoors, are a type of bazaar that rents space to people who want to sell or barter new or second hand, retail, or homemade, goods.
Medical Practitioners Medical practitioners are physicians that provide services related to the maintenance of health, prevention of illness, and treatment of illness or injury.
Medical Practitioners   Anaesthetists Anaesthetists are specialists who administer an anaesthetic to a patient before he is treated, to prevent any pain being felt.
Medical Practitioners   Audiologists Audiologists are trained professionals who measure hearing loss and can fit hearing aids and is trained to perform other evaluations and treatments such as for balance disorders and other related tests.
Medical Practitioners   Cardiologists Cardiologists are physicians who specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the heart.
Medical Practitioners   Counsellors Counsellors are professionals who have a relationship and activity with another, in which the counsellor endeavors to help the other to understand and to solve his or her adjustment problems; in the providing of advice, opinion, and or instruction to direct the judgment or conduct of the other.
Medical Practitioners   Dentists Dentists, also known as a dental surgeons, are health care practitioners qualified and specialising in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions of the oral cavity and gums, esp. the repair and extraction of teeth.
Medical Practitioners   Dermatologists Dermatologists are physicians who specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of skin disorders.
Medical Practitioners   Dieticians Dieticians are specialists in the study of nutrition and advise others on improving their eating habits for better health.
Medical Practitioners   Ear Nose Throat (ENT) Specialists Ear Nose Throat Specialists deal with diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the ear, nose, and throat.
Medical Practitioners   General Practioners General Practitioners have the discipline of general practice and family medicine, and the professional tasks related to medical treatment of human illnesses.
Medical Practitioners   Herbalists Herbalists are practioners in medicinal herbs.
Medical Practitioners   Neurologists Neurologists are medical specialists that deal with the brain and central nervous system, and the disorders affecting them.
Medical Practitioners   Obstetricians & Gynaecologists Obstetricians take medical care of pregnant women but can also specialize in treating diseases of the female reproductive organs (obstetrics) and Gynaecologists of female genital diseases (gynaecology)
Medical Practitioners   Occupational Therapists Occupational therapists use therapy to help people achieve independence, meaning and satisfaction in all aspects of their lives.
Medical Practitioners   Ophthalmologists Ophthalmologists are qualified to deal with the eye, including its anatomy, physiology, and pathology.
Medical Practitioners   Optometrists Optomestrists are medical professionals trained to examine and test the eyes for visual defects, diagnose problems or impairments, and prescribe corrective lenses or provide other types of treatment.
Medical Practitioners   Orthopaedic Surgeons Orthopedic surgeons are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of arthritis, fractures, spinal disorders, sports injuries and trauma.
Medical Practitioners   Paediatricians Paediatricians are doctors who specialise in the treatment of babies and young children.
Medical Practitioners   Pathologists Pathologists are doctors who specialises in medical diagnosis of the nature of disease and its causes, processes, development, and consequences.
Medical Practitioners   Plastic Surgeons Plastic surgeons specialise in therapeutic or cosmetic reformation of tissue to beautify the body, especially the face.
Medical Practitioners   Psychiatrists Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness.
Medical Practitioners   Radiologists Radiologists are medical specialists who specialise in radiology using radioactive substances and X-rays in the treatment of disease.
Medical Practitioners   Urologists Urologists are doctors that specialise in the urinary tracts of males and females, and on the reproductive system of males.
Military Surplus Stores Military Surplus Stores sell used military items, or military items previously purchased but unused and no longer needed.
Motor Vehicles Motor vehicles or automobiles, are self-propelled road vehicles powered by internal combustion engines.
Motor Vehicles   C V Joints Dealerships who replace or repair Constant-velocity joints (or CV joints), which allow a drive shaft to transmit power through a variable angle, at constant rotational speed, without an appreciable increase in friction or play.
Motor Vehicles   Dealerships Car dealerships are businesses that sell new and/or used cars at the retail level.
Motor Vehicles   Hire Companies that rent vehicles to the public.
Motor Vehicles   Panelbeaters & Spraypainters Panelbeaters are businesses who repair damaged vehicle bodies back to their factory state. Spraypainters are businesses who paint damaged or faded vehicle body parts. One company may incorporate both services.
Motor Vehicles   Service & repairs Companies or private individuals who service and repair motor vehicles.
Motor Vehicles   Spares & Accessories Companies that stock spares for motor vehicles.
Motor Vehicles   Tyres Dealers who trade in tyres that consist of a rubber covering, typically inflated or surrounding an inflated inner tube, placed round a wheel on a vehicle to form a soft contact with the road.
Motor Vehicles   Wheel Alignment Dealerships that do Wheel alignment, sometimes referred to as breaking or tracking, which is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of wheels so that they are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground.
Motorcycles Motorcyles are a two-wheeled motorised vehicle.
Motorcycles   Hire Companies that hire out motorcycles to the public.
Motorcycles   Sales Motorcycle shops are establishments that are primarily engaged in the retail sale of new and used motorcycles, motor scooters, mopeds and all-terrain vehicles. Some also sell spares and accessories.
Motorcycles   Service & repairs Companies or individuals that service and repair motorcycles.
Motorcycles   Spares & accessories Companies that stock spares and accessories for motorcyles.
Municipal Offices A municipality is usually an urban administrative division having corporate status and usually powers of self-government or jurisdiction. The term municipality is also used to mean the governing, ruling body of a municipality. Municipal Offices are from whence these operations are conducted.
Municipal Offices   Driver & Vehicle Licences The relevant department that deals with providing driver and vehicle tests and documents that will allow a licenced driver to officially drive a roadworthy vehicle.
Music Music is the art or science of combining vocal, instrumental, or mechanical sounds having rhythm, melody, or harmony.
Music   Music Stores Music stores are outlets that sell recorded music in all its forms. Some also sell videos and video games.
Music   Musical Instrument Stores Musical instrument stores sell any of various devices or contrivances that can be used to produce musical tones or sounds, such as pianos, guitars, harps, organs, etc.
Musical Entertainment A musical event, performance, or activity designed to entertain others
Musical Entertainment   Bands Bands consist of a group of instrumentalists playing music of a specialised genre e.g. rock, classical, jazz or of mixed genre
Musical Entertainment   Classical Ensembles Classical Ensembles provide classical music at Weddings
, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Exhibitions, Dinner parties, Club functions
 and Private parties, etc
Musical Entertainment   DJ's DJ’s, or disc jockeys, are persons who introduce and mix recorded music for audiences
Musical Entertainment   Singers Singers are trained or professional vocalists that sing with or without a variety of musical accompaniments at different venues.
Musical Entertainment   Solo Musicians Solo musicians are single performing musicians and singers who may play any of a variety of musical instruments such as piano, keyboard, drums, bugle, saxophone, etc.
Non Profit Organisations (NPO's) Non Profit Organisations (NPO’s), also known as non-business entities are organisations that use their surplus revenue to further achieve its purpose or mission, rather than distributing its surplus income to the organization’s directors (or equivalents) as profit or dividends.
Old Age Care Old age care, or elderly care is the fulfilment of the special needs and requirements that are unique to senior citizens such as health, housing, preparation of food and feeding of the elderly.
Old Age Care   Day Care Institutions Day care institutions are where the elderly can be taken care of during the day while their caregivers are otherwise occupied.
Old Age Care   Nursing & Frailcare Homes Nursing and frailcare homes are where individuals with functional disabilities, are taken care of; usually elderly persons.
Old Age Care   Old Age Homes Old age homes are where the needs of the elderly are taken care of, such as accommodation, meals and supervised medication. Some homes combine frail care facilities.
Old Age Care   Retirement Villages Retirement villages are an active adult community, designed for older adults who are generally able to care for themselves.
Opticians Opticians are qualified to make and supply eyeglasses and contact lenses for correction of vision.
Outdoor & Camping Stores Stores that specialise in outdoor and camping accessories such as sleeping bags, mosquito nets, gas stoves, tents, etc.
Parking Garages Parking garages are buildings, often of several stories, that provide parking space for automobiles.
Patisserie Patisseries are shops where cakes and pastries are sold, often specialising in cheesecakes and tortes.
Pawnshops & Pawnbrokers Pawnshops or pawnbrokers are businesses that offer secured loans to people, with items of personal property used as collateral, that can be kept or sold, if the borrower fails or refuses to repay the loan.
Periodicals Periodicals are magazines or newspapers published at regular intervals, usually weekly or monthly.
Photographers & Videographers Photographers take and process static photographs. Videographers capture on film a series of moving images; to make a movie of a story or event.
Photographers & Videographers   Weddings Wedding photographers and videographers specialise in photographing or filming all the activities related to a wedding such as the church service and the reception.
Picnic Areas Picnic areas are tracts of land set aside for public use, usually shaded, with toilet and braai facilities.
Plant, Machinery & Equipment Plant, machinery and equipment is the apparatus or equipment used to apply a certain trade.
Plant, Machinery & Equipment   Hire Companies that hire out plant, machinery and equipment used to do a certain job.
Plasticware Shops Plasticware shops specialise in articles made out of plastic, such as buckets, chairs, basins, containers, cups, plates, glasses, etc.
Police Stations (SAPS) Police Stations are the headquarters of a unit of the police force whose duties are to maintain order, enforce the law, and prevent and detect crime.
Postal Services Postal services are a postal system at which mail is received and sorted, from which it is dispatched and distributed, and at which stamps are sold or other services rendered.
Postal Services   Post Agencies Post agencies are smaller renditions of a post office with less services.
Postal Services   Post Offices Post offices are part of a government postal system at which mail is received and sorted, from which it is dispatched and distributed, and at which stamps are sold and other services rendered.
Printers & Signwriters Printers are companies whose job or business is commercial printing and Sign writers design, manufacture and instal signs, including advertising signs for shops, businesses and public facilities.
Prisons & Correctional Services
Professional Services Professional services is an industry of technical or unique functions performed by independent contractors or consultants whose occupation is the rendering of such services. One, such as secretarial services are tailored to those who need the benefits of a secretary without the overhead expense.
Professional Services   Accountants Accountants are people whose job is to keep, audit or inspect financial records of individuals or business concerns and prepare financial and tax reports.
Professional Services   Admin Services Administrative services are the management of the affairs of an organization, such as a business or institution.
Professional Services   Attorneys Attorneys are persons appointed to act for another in business or legal matters.
Professional Services   Auditors Auditors are persons whose job it is to carefully check the accuracy of business records.
Professional Services   Bookkeepers Bookkeepers are persons who keep the financial records of a business.
Professional Services   Business Consultants Business consultants are professionals who analyses businesses, creates solutions to problems, and helps businesses develop efficient plans for meeting their goals.
Professional Services   Business Solutions Companies that offer business solutions are those that offer a combination of ideas used to help a company achieve its objectives. A business solution comes in terms of branding, marketing, payroll, auditing, accounting market research and analysis, among other essential business activities.
Professional Services   Counselling Services Counselling services is a service offered to an individual who is under going a problem and needs professional help to overcome it.
Professional Services   Employment Agencies Employment agencies are agencies that find employers or employees for those seeking them.
Professional Services   Payroll Services Payroll services collect information on hours worked, pay rates, deductions, and other payroll-related data from their clients and use that information to generate paychecks, payroll reports, and tax filings.
Professional Services   Personnel & Employment Agencies Personnel or employment agencies are agencies that place employable persons in jobs.
Professional Services   Private Investigators & Private Dectectives Private investigators, or private detectives, are freelance agents who carry out covert investigations on behalf of private clients.
Professional Services   Secretarial Services Secretarial Services are employed to handle correspondence, keep files, and do clerical work for another person or an organization.
Professional Services   Tax Advisors & Consultants Tax advisors, or consultanst, are financial experts with advanced training and knowledge of tax law who advise other people and companies on tax affairs, especially on legal ways of paying less tax.
Property Services Property Services are any service to do with any real estate transaction.
Property Services   Estate Agents Estate agents are persons or businesses concerned with the valuation, management, lease, and sale of property.
Property Services   Letting Agents Letting agents are facilitators through which an agreement is signed between a landlord and a tenant for the rental of a residential or business property.
Property for Sale Rights to future ownership of land, structures, firmly attached and integrated equipment such as light fixtures, well pumps; anything growing on the land all “interests” in the property.
Publishers Publishers are a person or company that prepares and issues books, journals, music, or other works for sale.
Refrigeration Sales & Services Companies that sell or service equipment for cooling or freezing purposes, such as deep freezers, and fridges.
Safety & Security Safety and security is the attempt at keeping onself, or ones belongings safe and secure from criminal acts such as assault, burglary or vandalism.
Safety & Security   Electric Fencing Companies that supply and/or instal a fence through which an electric current can be passed, giving an electric shock to any person or animal touching it and which is usually used as a security deterrence.
Safety & Security   Alarms Alarm companies sell or rent electrical, electronic, or mechanical devices that serve to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal.
Safety & Security   CCTV Suppliers and/or installers of Closed-circuit television (CCTV), also known as video surveillance, using video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors and mostly used for security purposes.
Safety & Security   Fire Arm Training Fire arm training companies give instruction with courses for defensive pistol, tactical rifle, precision rifle, and shotgun.
Safety & Security   Fire Protection Companies that sell, manufacture or instal, products used in the prevention or control of fires.
Safety & Security   Gunsmiths Gunsmith companies make, sell, and repair small firearms.
Safety & Security   Locksmiths Locksmith companies cut keys and instal and repair locks.
Sailing Sailing is the art of using the wind to propel and control a vehicle with large, usually fabric, sails. By changing the rigging and rudder one is able to change the direction and speed of the vessel.
Sailing   Repairs A company that repairs and renovates yachts.
Sailing   Sales A company that sells yachts.
Sailing   Supplies A company that stocks spares and accessories for yachts.
Scrap Metal Dealers Scrap metal dealers deal in discarded metal suitable for reprocessing.
Spiritual A spiritual centre is a building where people of the same faith gather to honour their unique beliefs.
Spiritual   Churches Churches are buildings for public, Christian denominational worship.
Spiritual   Independent Ministries Independent Ministries are persons outside of organised religion that serve in communities representing various religious dogma.
Spiritual   Mosques Mosques are a Muslim place of worship, usually having one or more minarets and often decorated with elaborate tracery and texts from the Koran.
Spiritual   Resources Spiritual resources are practices, beliefs, objects and/or relationships that people can turn to for help in times of crisis or concern, such as in illness and death, that will help them to reach a state of inner peace and harmony.
Spiritual   Shrines Shrines are considered holy places, where an important event in the life of a holy person, a divinity or a sacred person is thought to have occurred. It is generally marked by a building.
Spiritual   Synagogues Synagogue are houses of worship where a Jewish assembly or congregation meet for religious observance and instruction.
Spiritual   Temples Temples are buildings for religious practice devoted to the worship, or regarded as the dwelling place, of a god or gods or other objects of religious reverence.
Stationery Stores Stationery stores are stores that stock writing materials such as paper, envelopes, pens, ink, rulers, etc.
Storage & Warehousing Storage and warehouse companies own large buildings where for a fee raw materials or manufactured goods may be stored before their export or distribution for sale or for extended periods of time.
Supermarkets Supermarkets are large retail self-service stores selling food and household goods.
Sweet Shops Sweet shops, candy stores or confectioners, specialize in selling rich sweet confection made with sugar and often flavored or combined with fruits or nuts
Tailor Shops Tailor shops are where a tailor makes, repairs, and alters garments such as suits, coats and dresses, or makes clothes to ones specific needs and measurements.
Tattoo Parlours Tattoo parlours make a permanent mark or design on the skin by a process of pricking and ingraining an indelible pigment such as henna or ink or by raising scars.
Taxidermists Taxidermists are people qualified in the art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of dead animals for exhibition in a lifelike state.
Telecommunications Telecommunications is the transmission of signals over long distances by cable, telegraph, telephone, or broadcasting
Television Services Television Services are companies offering any service to do with televisions, arials, dish antennas, DStv, etc
Timber Yards Timber yards are establishments where timber is stored and sold.
Toll Plazas Toll plazas are a row of tollbooths at a tollgate on a route, where the toll collector collects tolls for road usage.
Toy & Game Stores Toy and game stores sell toys for children, and games for both children and adults.
Trailers Trailers are unpowered vehicles that get towed by another.
Trailers   Off Road Trailers Off road trailer companies sell trailers that are designed to handle rough terrain and usually are equipped with a tent and bed, a skid plate, large tires, lift kits, and articulation systems.
Trailers   Trailer Hire Trailer hire companies hire out trailers to the public.
Trailers   Trailer Manufacturers Trailer manufacturing companies manufacture different designs, shapes and sizes of trailers.
Trailers   Trailer Sales Trailer sales companies sell trailers to the public.
Transport Transport is a means of conveying people or goods from place to place by means of a vehicle, aircraft, or ship.
Transport   Bus Stations Bus stations, depots, or terminuses, are where buses load or unload passengers or goods.
Transport   Carrier Companies Carrier companies undertake the professional conveyance of goods.
Transport   Loads Companies with vehicles / trailers that are able to transport a heavy or bulky items i.e. cargo or freight.
Transport   Passenger Rail Services Passenger rail services are companies with trains that provides public transport by way of a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive and which is ridden by passengers who travel regularly from one place to another and by tourists travelling from one destination to another for sightseeing or holidays.
Transport   Railway Stations Railway Stations are terminals where trains load or unload passengers or goods
Transport   Removal Companies Removal companies move the possessions of a family or business from one site to another.
Transport   Shuttle Services Shuttle service companies use public transport such as a bus, train or aeroplane to ply back and forth between two points conveying paying passengers.
Transport   Taxi Services Taxis companies use cars, usually fitted with a taximeter, that may be hired, along with its driver, to carry passengers to any specified destination.
Travel Agencies Travel agencies arrange and negotiate flights, holidays and tours, etc., for travellers and special packages for large groups.
Trucks & Buses Trucks are heavy motor vehicle designed to carry or pull loads whilst buses are heavy motor vehicles designed for carrying passengers.
Trucks & Buses   Manufacturers Truck and bus manufactuers produce trucks and buses for the trade.
Trucks & Buses   Repairs & Maintenance Truck and bus repair and maintenance companies repair and maintain trucks and buses.
Trucks & Buses   Sales Truck and bus dealerships sell trucks and buses to the public sector.
Trucks & Buses   Spares & Accessories Truck and bus spares and accessories stores stock spares and accessories for the industry.
Video Game Stores Video game stores are established primarily for the sale of video games. Many sell both new and used video games, strategy guides and other game-related products.
Video Stores Video stores are shops that rent out videos to the public to view at their leisure for negotiated periods.
Water Services Water Services are companies that provide the product and/or services related to water e.g. Purification, Filtration or Heating.
Weddings Weddings are ceremonies in which two people are united in marriage; the term usually includes the accompanying festivities.
Weddings   Bridal Boutiques Bridal boutiques are small shops within large departmental stores that specialise in bridal wear, such as dresses, veils and shoes.
Weddings   Planners Wedding planners are hired to plan and organize weddings, receptions, and possibly honeymoons, in consultation with brides and grooms.
Weddings   Venues Wedding venues are places where marriage ceremonies take place. These could be anywhere such as churches, beaches, halls, or even someone's living room.
Wine Farms & Estates Wine Farms and Estates are tracts of ground where grapes are grown for the making of wine
Wineries Wineries are buildings or properties that produce wine, or businesses involved in the production of wine, such as wine companies. Some wine companies own many wineries.
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Corporate Corporate events are events that relate to a large company or group.
Corporate   Conventions Conventions are meetings convened for a specific purpose and for general attendance.
Festivals & Shows A festival is an event ordinarily celebrated by a community and centring on some characteristic aspect of that community and its religion or traditions, often marked as a local or national holiday. A show is a spectacle, display, array, arrangement, exhibition, presentation or exposition, typically an impressive one.
Festivals & Shows   Agricultural Agricultural shows are public events exhibiting the equipment, animals, sports and recreation associated with agriculture and animal husbandry.
Festivals & Shows   Air Shows Air Shows are public events at an airport where different kinds of aircraft are shown and pilots use their skills to fly in unusual and exciting ways.
Festivals & Shows   Art The Arts are festivals and fairs celebrating the various branches of creative activity, such as painting, music, literature, and dance; the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in music, literature, dance and a visual form such as painting or sculpture; producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
Festivals & Shows   Boats Boat shows are a public exhibition or trade fair of current boat models, debuts, concept vessels, or out-of-production classics
Festivals & Shows   Christmas Markets Christmas markets, also known as Christkindlmarkt, Marché de Noël, Christkindlesmarkt,Christkindlmarket, and Weihnachtsmarkt, are street markets associated with the celebration of Christmas during the four weeks of Advent. These markets can also be held at other times of the year such as "Christmas in July".
Festivals & Shows   Culture & Heritage Culture Shows reflect the way of life of a specific group of people. Heritage Shows reflect the practices and traditions that are passed on from parents to children and also what has been passed on from the family, community and place where people have been raised.
Festivals & Shows   Electronics & Gaming Electronic & Gaming Companies exhibit products operating through the use of many small electrical parts (such as microchips and transistors) and the latest technology in computer or video games.
Festivals & Shows   Film & Photographic Film and photographic shows cater for photographers and film makers with workshops, new releases and the widest range of photographic gadgets and activities relating to the art of making films or taking photographs, and can also include the display of equipment used in this art.
Festivals & Shows   Flower Shows A flower festival or show is an event that is organised by local community groups or horticultural societies during which various types of flowers are put on public display. In some instances, a flower festival or show may be a small event attended by a local people who grow plants as a hobby. Other flower festivals and shows are significant international events that involve major florists and attract larger numbers of tourists.
Festivals & Shows   Food & Drink Food and drink festivals showcase the finest wines, beers and spirits of the area and delicious food from award winning restaurants. Visitors to the Festival will be treated to multi-layered culinary delights, local wines, ales and spirits and live entertainment.
Festivals & Shows   Music Music festivals are entertainment events featuring a number of musical performers or bands of a certain genre or centered on a theme.
Festivals & Shows   Nature Nature encompasses the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations.
Festivals & Shows   Spiritual gatherings Spiritual gatherings are gatherings that are ecclesiastical rather than lay or temporal, relating to sacred matters, or religious beliefs, that affect the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things.
Festivals & Shows   Tourism Tourism expositions or exhibitions' primary function is to provide the host community and exhibitors with an opportunity to secure higher prominence in the tourism market place.
Festivals & Shows   Trade A trade fair (trade show, trade exhibition, or expo) is an exhibition organised so that companies in a specific industry can showcase and demonstrate their latest products and services, meet with industry partners and customers, study activities of rivals, and examine recent market trends and opportunities.
Health & Wellness Health is "not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, but a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being". Wellness has been defined more as the action an individual takes to meet the above definition of health.
Sports A sporting event is an activity involving physical exertion and skill that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often undertaken competitively. Can be undertaken purely for amusement or as a social event.
Sports   Boating Boating Shows promote the practice of rowing, sailing, or cruising in boats as a form of either recreation or competition
Sports   Cycling Cycle races are conducted on lightweight bicycles with low handlebars, conducted for specified distances or against time on a dirt or board track or over public roads between cities.
Sports   Fishing Fishing events are tournaments or competitions amongst anglers that typically take place as a series of competitive events around or on a clearly defined body of water with specific rules applying to each event. They can take place on or along the edge of oceans, lakes, rivers, including ice covered bodies of water.
Sports   Fun run/walks Fun run/walks are not only a healthy way for participants to raise money for a good cause, but also a very visible way of publicising charitable causes to the community.
Sports   Golf Tournaments Golfers qualify for entry into tour events any number of ways, but most commonly by earning "fully exempt" status through money list rankings.
Sports   Horse Racing Horse racing involves a contest of speed among horses that either are ridden by jockeys or pull sulkies and their drivers.
Sports   Motorsports Motorsports is the sport of racing motor vehicles, especially fast cars, on a special track, motorcycle, trucks...
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