Alldays is a small town that holds a distinct rural charm. Alldays and the villages of Vivo and Dendron serve an extensive area of private game and hunting farms. Prolific game - including the 'Big Five' - excellent accommodation and good hunting facilities attract many domestic and international trophy hunters.
Various interesting tours are available for the spouses and partners of hunters, including a visit to the archaeologically significant Mapungubwe Hill. Three taxidermists operate in the area. Citrus farming on the banks of the Limpopo River is also an important economic activity in the district.
The Blouberg ('blue mountain') range has a large surface of protected wall where climbers will find good solid rock. Most of the climbing spots are on private land but climbers can make arrangements through the Alldays Mountain Club.
Several giant trees that occur in and around Alldays are another noteworthy feature of the area: a baobab at Bakleikraal, 21 m in circumference; a wild fig in Alldays itself, larger than the famous Wonder Tree in Tshwane; and a nyala tree that covers a surface of 100 m²