Land based adventure activities South AfricaFROM I PER PERSON
Land Based Extreme and Adventure Activities South Africa
When going on a vacation such as a safari or tour, there are always exciting add-on activities that you can select from. Whether it is a hot-air balloon flight in Pilanesberg or Canopy tour in Tsitsikamma Forest, these add activities add to the adventure and enjoyment of your trip.
Horseback safaris and rides
We can arrange horseback safaris and rides at selected locations across the country. These locations include mountainous areas, pristine bush and nature reserves as well as dramatic coast lines. South Africa is an excellent choice for any horse riding adventure. In South Africa, there is something for everyone. We offer horse safaris suitable for families, and the less experienced rider, all the way to an advanced safari.
Venues and locations for horseback safaris and riding include Dinokeng Game Reserve near Johannesburg, The Magaliesberg Region in Gauteng, The Waterberg Biosphere in Limpopo Province, Noordhoek Beach Cape Town, The Cape Winelands, The Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape,
Horseback safari vary in cost. Please inquire for a quote and package.
Mountain biking is another exciting activity to add to your trip. Mountain biking options are available at many locations and venues throughout the county. Send us an inquiry and we will put you on the right track.
Abseiling and Kloofing
Abseiling is the art of lowering oneself safely down a rope for example descending down mountain slopes and cliffs. Abseiling is not for everyone, but for participants an exciting way to spend your time and take-in the views.
The ultimate adrenaline and scenic rush is hanging out high over Cape Town abseiling from Table Mountain. The 'long drop' is 112m high - and about a kilometre above the city - making it the world's highest commercial abseil.
The panoramic views from the top of Table Mountain are breathtaking, but the views from the side of it are even better. Descending down the side of a sheer cliff you will have Camps Bay, the Atlantic Seaboard and the deep blue ocean at your feet with the Twelve Apostles at your side.
A short distance from Knysna there is Storms River Gorge in Tsitsikamma National Park, Western Cape, with its fantastic scenic views. You can do a combination of abseiling and kloofing (canyoning) down the gorge which involves a 100m abseil into the ravine, a tubing trip down the river, a short walk out of the gorge and then a cycle back to the village.
You can also explore the Karkloof Nature Reserve waterfall in Kwa-Zulu Natal. It has a descent of 54m and at Howick Falls there is a daring drop of 107m. In comparison to other abseiling experiences in the country, Hazyview, Makuhlu descent doesn’t seem that high until you try it! At 27m, this abseil is great for first timers looking for an adrenaline rush.
|Valid Between||Pax||Price Per Person||Single Supplement||Children Under 12, per child|
|13 Sep 2021 - 31 Dec 2021||1-8||$ 52||-||-|