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Things To Do

Shark Cage Diving

The ultimate way of truly understanding and experiencing the legendary Great White Shark that lurks below. Get close and personal and observe them on the surface of a boat or, if you are more daring, be lowered in a cage and watch these magnificent creatures swimming around you, free and in their natural environment.

Kite Surfing

Blouberg has proven to be one of the top kite surfing destinations in the world.

Winelands Hot Air Balloon

Winelands Ballooning offers a unique fun adventure in the beautiful area of the Boland. The flights take place in the scenic Berg River Valley outside of Paarl, towards Malmesbury. Balloon flights in Africa usually take place at sunrise, before thermal activity starts. Before you go to the meeting point, they will check the weather conditions and give you a wake-up call. Safe balloon flights depend on safe weather conditions. you cannot fly with fog, strong wind, too hot weather or rain. Ballooning is a sport and therefore everyone is welcome to help with rigging.

Helicopter Trips

Enjoy a magnificient aerial view of Cape Town from the green picturesque winelands to the endless beaches and the breath-taking coast line. See Cape Town from a birds eye view.

Surfing

Cape Town has loads of surf spots along its coast, from coves with small, light swells, to large beaches boasting huge, bone-crunching waves. Rather surprisingly, the typically icy Cape Peninsula water temperatures rise during the winter time, making the months of June, July and August ideal for a surf; not to mention, the bigger winter storms make for bigger, better swells! 

Before you bound off to find a killer wave though, it’s important to keep a keen eye on weather forecasts, wind direction and swell size predictions – these elements all affect how you choose your surf spot. Each surf spot has certain conditions that make it an ideal choice (this is largely related to wind direction). Muizenberg, for example, is off-shore on a north-westerly wind. This means that the wind blows from the direction of the beach onto the sea, creating clean, long lines of waves, rather than flat, white water.

Whale Watching

Hop on a chartered boat to get a good look of these magnificent sea giants as the boats are allowed within 50m of the whales. The deep waters surrounding Cape Town has some of the best land-based whale watching in the world in the months of July to November

Horse Riding on Noordhoek Beach

Visit the Kakapo shipwreck on horseback and watch indigenous bird life as you ride along one of the Cape’s most beautiful pristine white sandy beaches stretching 8km long. A wonderful experience for both novice and expert rider alike!

Hop-on, Hop-off Bus

The Hop-On, Hop-Off tour allows you to plan your own perfect Cape Town Sightseeing trip. There are more than 30 stops to ensure that you see the best of Cape Town.

Paragliding

In Cape Town, we paraglide mainly from Lions Head and Signal Hill. The paragliding launch site depends on the wind direction at the time. Sometimes we start flying from Signal Hill and then move across to Lions Head as the wind changes throughout the day.

Sea Kayaking

The most popular trips leave from Simon’s Town and Mouille Point and offer relaxing paddling with spectacular views of Signal Hill, Lion’s Head and Table Mountain. There is always a chance that seals, penguins, dolphins – and even the odd whale – will visit you en route. Options: 1 hour, half day, and sunset Sea Kayaking trips.

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