Low levels of physical activity (PA) are reported in South Asian pregnant women. This scoping review summarizes culturally tailored strategies in prenatal PA studies for South Asian women and identifies barriers and facilitators. A search strategy was developed with the keywords “Physical Activity” AND Pregnant AND “South Asian” and was carried out on Medline, SportDiscus, EMBASE, Web of Science and Proquest Theses and Dissertations. Primary research studies were included. Forty-six studies were included of which 40 were from South Asian countries. No interventions were identified outside of South Asian countries. Offering material in different languages was the most common tailoring strategy. Reported barriers were possible social norms favouring inactivity, lack of awareness on safe exercises, and physical symptoms (e.g., fatigue). Facilitators included social support and relief from physical symptoms. Future PA interventions for South Asian pregnant women should account for population-specific barriers and facilitators to increase PA initiation and maintenance.