Adventure Sports

gun-fun-cape-townGun Fun Indoor Shooting Experience
Gun Fun indoor shooting range is a state of the art indoor gun shooting range in Cape Town catering to gun enthusiasts, gun hobbyists, sportsmen and law enforcement professionals. Our family friendly facility was designed to accommodate both handguns and rifle shooting (AK47) in an indoor environment. The firing range employs sound deadening materials and a ventilation system. Website : Contact : 086 117 4668 Read More / Book Now

table-mountain-cable-carWalk or Climb to the top of Table Mountain
Climb or walk to the top of Table Mountain, Cape Town’s famous icon. The views from the top are simply stunning and make it all worth while. There are some 350 recognised paths to the summit, some undemanding and some are extremely difficult. It is not advisable to climb the mountain without someone experienced who knows the route well. One of the most popular routes to the top is to start off at Kirstenbosch and walk up either Nursery Ravine or Skeleton Gorge. These trails demand a minimal level of fitness – the top can normally be reached in about 6 hours. Visitors should always contact the Mountain Club of South Africa before embarking on a hike or climb. Contact: 021 465-3412.

indoor-climing-cape-townIndoor climbing
CityRock is Cape Town’s centre for all things related to the sport of Rock Climbing. Their facility features A large top rope and lead climbing area with Introductory lessons taught numerous times every week. They also offer a large bouldering cave. Children aged 5 and above love the fun and
excitement of climbing. The sport of indoor climbing also makes for a great social event for kids. and adults alike. CityRock are centrally located in Observatory on the corner of Collingwood & Anson, just 5 minutes from UCT. Contact them on 021-447 1326.

Horse-riding-on-Noordhoek-BeachHorse riding on Noordhoek Beach
Go for a 2 hour horse ride along the spectacular Noordhoek beach, combined with a short bush ride. An abundance of bird life is visible as the bush ride circles the wetlands, water birds, cranes, geese and rare flamingo flocks. And if you are lucky you might see dolphins playing in the waves, with occasional sighting of whales. Booking in advance is absolutely essential. Open daily from 09:00 to 16:00 (open till 18:00 in December to February). Phone Imhoff Farm on 082 774-1191.

Action-Paintball-Games-in-Tokai-Action Paintball Games in Tokai / Constantia:
We cater for ages from 11 years and upwards. If you are under 11 years and have played before we can make an exception. We will under no circumstances allow children 10 years and under to play. Half day social booking can be done any day of the week including Saturday and Sunday 09h30 to 13h00 or from 13h30 to 17h00. The cost per player includes 100 paintballs, rental of JT Spectra 260 vision full face masks, rental of Armson Semi Auto or Armson MK II pump action rifles, bush jackets and neck protectors. You will play five to six separate half hour games with breaks in between to get your breath and adrenaline levels back to normal. Telephone: 021 790-7603, Website: Action Paintball Games.

Dragon-Boat-Racing-Cape-TownDragon Boat Racing
The Cape Town Dragon Boat Racing Club welcome all dragon boaters and new-comers to join theirpractice sessions (Mondays to Thursdays). In February 2006, the Western Cape Dragon BoatAssociation delightedly took custodianship of two more dragon boats, bringing Cape Town’s fleet tofour. Newcomers & visitors warmly welcomed to join paddling in Cape Town at the V&A Waterfront. Contact: Meet at in the Marina Basin at the slipway in front of the Marina Office (at the east end of the Cape Grace). Telephone: 021 447-2820 or 082 564-6257.

Lions-Head-Hike-Cape-TownLion’s Head hike / climb to the top
The panoramic views from the top of Lion’s Head make the walk so worthwhile. The view encompasses the harbour, the Twelve Apostles mountain range, Camps Bay, Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak, Signal Hill and the Cape Flats. It’s an adventurous walk but it is well worth while. It takes about three hours including time to stop and take in the views and perhaps to stop for a picic.

Indoor-Karting-in-KenilworthIndoor Karting in Kenilworth
The well designed, indoor circuit at Kenilworth Karting offers fun filled experience for young and old. On arrival you will be briefed on the cars and the racing rules. You then hit the starting grid and the racing action begins. Beginner or experienced, kart racing offers you a heart racing activity that is loads of fun. Compare lap times and race positions on the computer printout after the race. Where? Kenilworth Karting is located behind Access Park in Kenilworth, Cape Town. Open Mondays to Thursdays from 13:00 – 23:00. Fridays from 11:00 – 23:00. Telephone: 021 683-2670.

Surfing-at-Glen-BeachSurfing at Glen Beach (and many other beaches)

Tucked away in the corner of upmarket Camps Bay nearest to Sea Point, Glen Beach is one of the most established surf spots in Cape Town. It has seen several generations of surf rats suit up on the concrete walkway there. A hollow righthander that breaks on sand, just off the rocks. Many of South Africa’s top surfers were, or are, locals here. It’s a shortish ride, but can deliver superlative form when the banks and conditions are right. Works best at 2-5′ and is a bit more sheltered from the South easter gales that howl from the Twelve Apostles mountain range above. Source: Wavescape. Visit the website for all the surfing spots in Cape Town.