Cape Town Tourism - Table Mountain

Shootopia Shooting Adventures

Whether you are a novice or a highly skilled huntsman, you can track, stalk and shoot wildlife on our 500 000-hectare conservancy, or practice your shooting on our range with a variety of weapons.

Our hunting trips last from between one to four days. You will be housed in a bush lodge and at the end of your hunt, you will get to keep the game-viewing binoculars you used as a souvenir. Wildlife that can be hunted include a range of buck, zebra, caracal and ostrich.

Our shooting range gives you the opportunity to shoot clay pigeons, Olympic targets and bricks, or you can use a pump-action shotgun to blow up water bottles. Shootopia specialises in training novices how to handle guns, and how to shoot. Our farm is in Grabouw, close enough to the city centre to make a day of it, and far enough to enjoy the feeling of being in the African bushveld.

 

Abseiling in Cape Town

For centuries, mankind has looked upon climbing, hiking and scaling Table Mountain, our wonder of nature as the ultimate challenges – until the discovery of the exhilarating activity, Abseiling, that is!

Supreme Sharks

Shark cage diving is one of the top attractions in South Africa. Whether you are in Cape Town on holiday or looking for a unique adrenalin rush, shark cage diving is the answer. You can rely on our experienced team and state of the art equipment to make your shark cage diving experience truly memorable.

Palm Tree Mosque

Tucked in among restaurants, clubs and clothing stores in Cape Town’s fashionable Long Street is one of the city’s most enduring and historical spiritual spaces: the Palm Tree Mosque.

Dine-with-a-Local

Dine-with-a-Local is an exciting alternative to eating out in regular Cape Town restaurants and is not only passionate about local cuisine. Our passion also carries through to the visitors received in the culturally diverse South Africa.

Proudly Macassar Pottery

Proudly Macassar Pottery is a social enterprise, situated in an old tavern building in Macassar, Cape Town. We use the production of clay UDU drums and flutes to create a space for at-risk youths from the surrounding community to discover themselves and a purposeful, sustainable and economically empowered lifestyle.

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