Find best windsurfing conditions between November and March. Cape Town is well known to European windsurfers as a winter resort. Top spots queuing up Table Bay and around the Cape with our "Cape Doctor" - the south eastern wind - you are guarranteed to have fun. As the wind usually only picks up in the afternoon, you have enough time for some good morning skydives!
If Cape Town is too rough for you - just drive up the West coast to the Lagoon of Langebaan, where you will find perfect beginners conditions.
All year round but mainly from March to October winter swell between the Indian and the Atlantic Ocean makes surfers smile! Choose between lots of spots for beginners and some real good ones for the professionals in you!
There are many climbing tours around the Cape and at Table Mountain. They differ in length and difficulty but all offer great views and are in beatiful surrondings.
Once you have reached the top of Table Mountain you can easily go down by cable car or choose the more adventurous option: Swing down a rope for up to 80 metres at the cliffs of the mountain and get a stunning view with a bit of spice on top!
The Rock Pools at Gordons Bay invite you to another afternoon packed with adrenaline. After an hours walk you will reach two natural pools with clear water to swim in. Toughies can climb up the wall and jump off cliffs up to 20 metres, scary!
Lots of nature and marked hiking trails invite you to enjoy nature by foot. You will find many trails around the Cedergerg Mountains or at the Cape.
Surrounded by two oceans there is plenty of space to dive in! There may be places in the world which are more interesting for the passionate divers of you but for the adrenaline junkies we have got a special: Shark diving! You dive in a secure cage and the great whites swim next to you, you can almost touch them.
A horse ride at the beach of Nordhoek? No problem, we can arrange that. Try a ride into the sunset.