Activities

Gun Fun

GUN FUN Indoor Shooting Range has just completed construction in the heart of the Cape Town C.B.D. and is offering visitors and locals an opportunity to experience an adrenalin rush as they get to shoot real firearms only seen before on the ‘Big Screen.’

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Helderberg and Nature Reserve

The beautiful Cape Helderberg region offers a wonderful combination of nature and winelands just 45km (28mi) from Cape Town.

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Helicopter and aeroplane trips

Soaring in a helicopter or plane over the broad expanse of Cape Town, from its majestic mountain ranges down to its sparkling ocean, is a wonderful introduction to the diversity offered by South Africa’s Mother City.

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High-Five

Kite surfing is exploding in popularity all over the world and with its combo of consistent winds and perfect spots Cape Town, which is known as Mecca to Kitesurfers, is THE place to find out what the craze is all about.

With lessons running daily from our international team of experienced and qualified instructors we will have you up and riding safely in no time at all, people of all ages can learn!

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Hiking

Cape Town – is a hiker’s dream city if ever there was one!

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Horse riding in Cape Town

For those who enjoy seeing the countryside at a gallop with the wind blowing through their hair, horse riding in Cape Town can be a pleasant and affordable experience.

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Hout Bay craft market

Slotted neatly between the mountains and the ocean, you’ll come upon the picturesque village of Hout Bay, where crafters ply their trade.

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Imhoff Farm

A warm, country welcome to Imhoff Farm!

Our historical Cape farmstead offers something special for everyone in your family to enjoy.

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Indoor rock climbing

Contrary to popular belief, climbing is not a pursuit limited to the very strong. It has a lot more to do with mental ability and technique, so put your skills to the test at CityROCK Indoor Climbing Gym in Observatory, Cape Town.

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Iziko lo Lwazi Craftworkers

Hout Bay’s informal settlement, Imizamo Yethu, is home to approximately 20 000 people who live mostly in shacks in overcrowded, impoverished conditions.

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