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OVERVIEW
A spectacular opportunity to combine contrasting experiences in the Mother City and allow you an intimate and authentic look into the richness that Cape Town has on offer. This trip will pull on the heartstrings of the young at heart and appeal to old soul history boffs; it will delight culture vultures and stir up a reverence in those with a love for big city life.

Revel in 360 degree views of the city as you ascend to the top of Table Mountain in just under 10 minutes by cable car. Take in the views over Cape Town, Table Bay, Robben Island, the Cape Flats and the Cape Peninsula. Meet some of South Africa's most talented, innovative designers, artists, photographers, and connoisseurs of fine taste and décor at the Old Biscuit Mill; all while filling your tummy with delectable treats and your backpack with striking souvenirs. Indulge in a bit of history as you tour Robben Island and learn about the stories this small island has to tell, giving you an in-depth look into apartheid in South Africa. A day offering a comprehensive look into the Mother City and one that will leave you wanting more.

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Glide up the aerial cableway to see Cape Town from atop the iconic Table Mountain.
Go back in time with a visit to Robben Island.
Saunter through the hipster hub of craft and talent at the Old Biscuit Mill.
Start with a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cape Town.

Your day begins as you hop on one of the sturdy cable cars to summit one of the Seven Natural Wonders aboard Table Mountain’s aerial cableway. On top of the world, Cape Town’s sprawling mass is laid bare in grid-like formation and the panoramic views make you feel as though you are the only one up there. There is over 2km of pathways to choose from to take in the views over Cape Town, Table Bay, Robben Island, the Cape Flats and the Cape Peninsula.

Indulgent foods and authentic Cape culture await you as you move on to the heart of Woodstock. Once a biscuit factory, the Old Biscuit Mill is now a creative space, home to an appealing collection of arts, craft, fashion and design shops, as well as many decadent restaurants and stalls. On a Saturday, the Mill transforms into a bustling market packed to the brim with local craftsmen, incredible food stalls, and innovative design. It’s a treat for the senses.

After such a bombardment to the senses, you can use the short ferry ride to Robben Island to hone in your exhilaration and change your tune as you embark upon a journey back in time. From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment. The notorious prison on the Island was also used to exile political prisoners of the apartheid era. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum; a poignant reminder to a now democratic South Africa of the price many paid for freedom. Tour past the leper graveyard; Robert Sobukwe’s house, the church of the Good Shepherd; gigantic camouflaged cannons; village houses whose windows blew out when the canons fired, and the bluestone quarry where Mandela and his comrades were forced into hard labour, sans shoes. End off your day with your camera fill and your senses satiated as you are dropped back at your accommodation.
End with an evening drop-off at your Cape Town accommodation.


INCLUDED
Small Group
Maximum 13 guests per vehicle or guide.

Local Guide
Led by a local English-speaking professional tour guide.

Transport
Transfers to included tour highlights.

Pick-up + Drop-off
There is no central meeting point for this tour. A transfer service will collect you from your Cape Town accommodation.

Included Activities
Table Mountain Cable Car Ride
Browse the Old Biscuit Mill Market
Robben Island Guided Tour & Ferry
EXCLUDED
Flights
Local and international flights are excluded.

Travel Insurance
You are responsible for your own personal travel insurance.

Meals + Drinks
You can purchase meals + drinks on tour.

Click terms for more details.
Payment Policy: Minimum of 8 required. 100% deposit to confirm
Cancellation / Refund Policy: Free cancellation - 7 day full refund
Child Policy: Edu Tour for learners between 12-18 years
Standard terms apply
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Table Mountain, Markets + Madiba

OVERVIEW
A spectacular opportunity to combine contrasting experiences in the Mother City and allow you an intimate and authentic look into the richness that Cape Town has on offer. This trip will pull on the heartstrings of the young at heart and appeal to old soul history boffs; it will delight culture vultures and stir up a reverence in those with a love for big city life.

Revel in 360 degree views of the city as you ascend to the top of Table Mountain in just under 10 minutes by cable car. Take in the views over Cape Town, Table Bay, Robben Island, the Cape Flats and the Cape Peninsula. Meet some of South Africa's most talented, innovative designers, artists, photographers, and connoisseurs of fine taste and décor at the Old Biscuit Mill; all while filling your tummy with delectable treats and your backpack with striking souvenirs. Indulge in a bit of history as you tour Robben Island and learn about the stories this small island has to tell, giving you an in-depth look into apartheid in South Africa. A day offering a comprehensive look into the Mother City and one that will leave you wanting more.

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Glide up the aerial cableway to see Cape Town from atop the iconic Table Mountain.
Go back in time with a visit to Robben Island.
Saunter through the hipster hub of craft and talent at the Old Biscuit Mill.
Start with a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cape Town.

Your day begins as you hop on one of the sturdy cable cars to summit one of the Seven Natural Wonders aboard Table Mountain’s aerial cableway. On top of the world, Cape Town’s sprawling mass is laid bare in grid-like formation and the panoramic views make you feel as though you are the only one up there. There is over 2km of pathways to choose from to take in the views over Cape Town, Table Bay, Robben Island, the Cape Flats and the Cape Peninsula.

Indulgent foods and authentic Cape culture await you as you move on to the heart of Woodstock. Once a biscuit factory, the Old Biscuit Mill is now a creative space, home to an appealing collection of arts, craft, fashion and design shops, as well as many decadent restaurants and stalls. On a Saturday, the Mill transforms into a bustling market packed to the brim with local craftsmen, incredible food stalls, and innovative design. It’s a treat for the senses.

After such a bombardment to the senses, you can use the short ferry ride to Robben Island to hone in your exhilaration and change your tune as you embark upon a journey back in time. From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment. The notorious prison on the Island was also used to exile political prisoners of the apartheid era. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum; a poignant reminder to a now democratic South Africa of the price many paid for freedom. Tour past the leper graveyard; Robert Sobukwe’s house, the church of the Good Shepherd; gigantic camouflaged cannons; village houses whose windows blew out when the canons fired, and the bluestone quarry where Mandela and his comrades were forced into hard labour, sans shoes. End off your day with your camera fill and your senses satiated as you are dropped back at your accommodation.
End with an evening drop-off at your Cape Town accommodation.


INCLUDED
Small Group
Maximum 13 guests per vehicle or guide.

Local Guide
Led by a local English-speaking professional tour guide.

Transport
Transfers to included tour highlights.

Pick-up + Drop-off
There is no central meeting point for this tour. A transfer service will collect you from your Cape Town accommodation.

Included Activities
Table Mountain Cable Car Ride
Browse the Old Biscuit Mill Market
Robben Island Guided Tour & Ferry
EXCLUDED
Flights
Local and international flights are excluded.

Travel Insurance
You are responsible for your own personal travel insurance.

Meals + Drinks
You can purchase meals + drinks on tour.

Click terms for more details.
Payment Policy: Minimum of 8 required. 100% deposit to confirm
Cancellation / Refund Policy: Free cancellation - 7 day full refund
Child Policy: Edu Tour for learners between 12-18 years
Standard terms apply
Vendor : Hotspots2C Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

13 Gardner Williams Ave, Paardevlei, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa

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OVERVIEW
Looking to explore the Garden Route in one epic weekend? Then you’ve found your match! This three-day itinerary is filled to the brim with the best highlights the area has to offer. Wander along the Garden Route - a piece of paradise on the southeastern coast of South Africa. Search for members of Africa's Big 5, bungy jump, walk through dense forests and spot African wildlife on a safari, all in one action-packed itinerary.

The road trip begins as you drive along the longest wine route in the world, South Africa’s very own Route 62. Enjoy the rugged scenery and winding roads as you make your way to Oudtshoorn to explore the fascinating underground maze of the Cango Caves.

Adventure awaits over the next two days. Walk with three orphaned elephants as they venture to their water hole. Canoe along tranquil waters in Wilderness, keeping an eye out for the abundant birdlife. Face your fears as you hurtle off the world’s highest bridge bungy, or visit the lush forests of the Tsitsikamma area. Bundu-bash through the fynbos on a 4x4 safari with a game ranger as you set out to spot members of Africa’s Big Five, and connect with nature on a tranquil bush walk in a private game reserve. There's a lot to explore on this 3-day adventure, so let's get started!
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Paddle through the staggering scenery and abundant birdlife of Wilderness.

Experience a rush like no other when you jump from one of the world’s highest bridge bungy spots!

Head deep underground to the illuminated wonder world of the Cango Caves.

Follow orphaned African elephants at Buffelsdrift on their trek to the waterhole.

Roadtrip along Route 62's semi-desert country plains with quirky pitstops along the way.

Spot some of Africa's Big Five on a 4x4 safari at Botlierskop Private Game Reserve.

Follow a field ranger as you track wildlife on a guided bush walking safari.
ITINERARY
This itinerary guideline can run in reverse or a different order.
Day 1
Oudtshoorn
±450km
Start with a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cape Town.
Set off along the famous Route 62, where you'll capture the beauty of high mountains, twisting passes, vast Karoo plains, vineyards and orchards. Pop in at one of the many farm stalls along the way, stocked with locally crafted delights before arriving in Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world.
Delve deep underground into the magical Cango Caves’ limestone chambers, alive with drip formation stalactites and stalagmites and remnants of Khoikhoi paintings. Opt for the easy-going guided Heritage Tour to test the cave’s acoustics and gain insights about the dripstone evolution. By contrast, the Adventure Tour allows would-be contortionists to squeeze, twist and wiggle their way through limestone chimneys on a rather more daring underground route.
You’ll spend the evening in Oudtshoorn at leisure. Either head to town to enjoy a top restaurant meal or join locals for an optional outdoor braai (similar to barbeque) including South African favourites, such as ostrich kebabs, 'boerewors' sausage and 'potbrood' bread at the local backpackers.
Ways 2 Stay
Overnight accommodation included according to your selected stay package. Subject to availability.

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Garden Route + Safari share

OVERVIEW
Looking to explore the Garden Route in one epic weekend? Then you’ve found your match! This three-day itinerary is filled to the brim with the best highlights the area has to offer. Wander along the Garden Route - a piece of paradise on the southeastern coast of South Africa. Search for members of Africa's Big 5, bungy jump, walk through dense forests and spot African wildlife on a safari, all in one action-packed itinerary.

The road trip begins as you drive along the longest wine route in the world, South Africa’s very own Route 62. Enjoy the rugged scenery and winding roads as you make your way to Oudtshoorn to explore the fascinating underground maze of the Cango Caves.

Adventure awaits over the next two days. Walk with three orphaned elephants as they venture to their water hole. Canoe along tranquil waters in Wilderness, keeping an eye out for the abundant birdlife. Face your fears as you hurtle off the world’s highest bridge bungy, or visit the lush forests of the Tsitsikamma area. Bundu-bash through the fynbos on a 4x4 safari with a game ranger as you set out to spot members of Africa’s Big Five, and connect with nature on a tranquil bush walk in a private game reserve. There's a lot to explore on this 3-day adventure, so let's get started!
WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Paddle through the staggering scenery and abundant birdlife of Wilderness.

Experience a rush like no other when you jump from one of the world’s highest bridge bungy spots!

Head deep underground to the illuminated wonder world of the Cango Caves.

Follow orphaned African elephants at Buffelsdrift on their trek to the waterhole.

Roadtrip along Route 62's semi-desert country plains with quirky pitstops along the way.

Spot some of Africa's Big Five on a 4x4 safari at Botlierskop Private Game Reserve.

Follow a field ranger as you track wildlife on a guided bush walking safari.
ITINERARY
This itinerary guideline can run in reverse or a different order.
Day 1
Oudtshoorn
±450km
Start with a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cape Town.
Set off along the famous Route 62, where you'll capture the beauty of high mountains, twisting passes, vast Karoo plains, vineyards and orchards. Pop in at one of the many farm stalls along the way, stocked with locally crafted delights before arriving in Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world.
Delve deep underground into the magical Cango Caves’ limestone chambers, alive with drip formation stalactites and stalagmites and remnants of Khoikhoi paintings. Opt for the easy-going guided Heritage Tour to test the cave’s acoustics and gain insights about the dripstone evolution. By contrast, the Adventure Tour allows would-be contortionists to squeeze, twist and wiggle their way through limestone chimneys on a rather more daring underground route.
You’ll spend the evening in Oudtshoorn at leisure. Either head to town to enjoy a top restaurant meal or join locals for an optional outdoor braai (similar to barbeque) including South African favourites, such as ostrich kebabs, 'boerewors' sausage and 'potbrood' bread at the local backpackers.
Ways 2 Stay
Overnight accommodation included according to your selected stay package. Subject to availability.

Vendor : Hotspots2C Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

13 Gardner Williams Ave, Paardevlei, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa

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OVERVIEW
Explore the winding roads from the Stellenbosch Winelands to Hermanus - considered to be the best land-based whale watching spot in the world - to visit the tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas on this thrilling itinerary. Begin your journey in the midst of the Stellenbosch Winelands as you experience some of the finest wines the region has to offer. Explore the quaint French Huguenot town of Franschhoek and travel to the southernmost tip of Africa – where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet.

Whilst the Big Five draw many visitors to Africa, on your second day of adventure, the Marine Big Five – whales, dolphins, seals, penguins and sharks – are the stars of the show, with cliff path hikes and the opportunity to go kayaking in the ocean. During whale season (June - November) you'll also have a chance to gaze upon enormous southern right whales from one of the best land-based whale watching sites in the world.

If the big blues didn’t tickle your fancy then the visit to the Stony Point Reserve in Betty’s Bay (home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of African penguins in the world) will certainly do the trick! These feathered entertainers always come dressed to the nines and are bound to waddle their way right into your heart. Learn about the conservation efforts of the reserve and have a peek into the many artificial penguin homes littered along the shores.

End off your adventure with a delight for the senses as you drive along Clarence Drive, with dramatic twists along steep mountainsides, the perfect vantage point to view the vast False Bay. On a clear day, you can even see waves crashing on the tips of the Cape Peninsula!

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Hike along the Hermanus cliff paths amongst fragrant fynbos, stopping to marvel over the crashing waves below.

Meet the cute 5,000+ resident penguins at Stony Point Nature Reserve.

Wind along the wild beauty of the Kogelberg Biosphere with dramatic coastal scenes of Clarence drive.

Tease your tastebuds along Franschhoek's charming streets in the gourmet capital of South Africa.

Stand at the point where two oceans meet at Africa's southernmost tip.

Get a front row seat to view some of Hermanus' largest residents.

Delight in La Bri's decadent wine and chocolate, or wine and biltong pairings.

Raise a glass with an MCC tasting of the first bubbly ever produced in South Africa.

Experience a colourful slice of Xhosa culture and local delights in Kayamandi.

Test your grit as you glide across the ocean and spot the abundant marine wildlife in a sea kayak.

ITINERARY
This itinerary guideline can run in reverse or a different order.
Day 1
Cape Agulhas
±200km
Start with a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cape Town.

Discover the roads between the Cape Winelands toward the tranquil Overberg region as you journey like a local on this tantalising day. Set off toward the colourful lean-to houses of Kayamandi where you’ll be treated to colourful stories, tea or home-made gingerbeer and an array of local Xhosa treats such as amagwinya (vetkoek) and chakalaka.

With the fragrance of local delights lingering on your palate, you'll travel to the picturesque Simonsig, home of the country’s first ever produced MCC. Enjoy a bubbly tasting from the masters as you take a moment to soak in the fresh country air and the beauty of the Stellenbosch Winelands. Your next destination sees you venture into the quaint town of Franschhoek for some fine wine paired with hazelnut, cranberry or rich mint chocolates. You could also opt for a bit of local flair and choose an optional wine and biltong pairing instead where you’ll taste how the wine flavours are enhanced by beef and game biltong.

As lunch nears, you’ll have time to explore the charming streets of Franschhoek, dotted with restaurants, cafés, galleries and quaint shops. This historic town was settled by French Huguenots in the 17th and 18th Century, but today is best known as the culinary and wine capital of South Africa with around 30 wine cellars and a similar number of restaurants including eight of the top 100 in the country.

Take in the views of the mountainous Overberg region as you travel to Cape Agulhas. Here, at Africa’s southernmost point, the warm Agulhas current that flows along the east of the continent meets the colder Benguela current of the Atlantic and turns back on itself. The marked beacon is the ideal spot for that must have photo, and if you're daring enough, you can try and dip your toes into the icy waters while keeping an eye out for the resident stingrays. Soak in the deep colours of the rich sunset against the silhouette of shipwrecks as you spend the night in the area.

Ways 2 Stay
Overnight accommodation included according to your selected stay package. Subject to availability.
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Wine + Whale Coast

OVERVIEW
Explore the winding roads from the Stellenbosch Winelands to Hermanus - considered to be the best land-based whale watching spot in the world - to visit the tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas on this thrilling itinerary. Begin your journey in the midst of the Stellenbosch Winelands as you experience some of the finest wines the region has to offer. Explore the quaint French Huguenot town of Franschhoek and travel to the southernmost tip of Africa – where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet.

Whilst the Big Five draw many visitors to Africa, on your second day of adventure, the Marine Big Five – whales, dolphins, seals, penguins and sharks – are the stars of the show, with cliff path hikes and the opportunity to go kayaking in the ocean. During whale season (June - November) you'll also have a chance to gaze upon enormous southern right whales from one of the best land-based whale watching sites in the world.

If the big blues didn’t tickle your fancy then the visit to the Stony Point Reserve in Betty’s Bay (home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of African penguins in the world) will certainly do the trick! These feathered entertainers always come dressed to the nines and are bound to waddle their way right into your heart. Learn about the conservation efforts of the reserve and have a peek into the many artificial penguin homes littered along the shores.

End off your adventure with a delight for the senses as you drive along Clarence Drive, with dramatic twists along steep mountainsides, the perfect vantage point to view the vast False Bay. On a clear day, you can even see waves crashing on the tips of the Cape Peninsula!

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Hike along the Hermanus cliff paths amongst fragrant fynbos, stopping to marvel over the crashing waves below.

Meet the cute 5,000+ resident penguins at Stony Point Nature Reserve.

Wind along the wild beauty of the Kogelberg Biosphere with dramatic coastal scenes of Clarence drive.

Tease your tastebuds along Franschhoek's charming streets in the gourmet capital of South Africa.

Stand at the point where two oceans meet at Africa's southernmost tip.

Get a front row seat to view some of Hermanus' largest residents.

Delight in La Bri's decadent wine and chocolate, or wine and biltong pairings.

Raise a glass with an MCC tasting of the first bubbly ever produced in South Africa.

Experience a colourful slice of Xhosa culture and local delights in Kayamandi.

Test your grit as you glide across the ocean and spot the abundant marine wildlife in a sea kayak.

ITINERARY
This itinerary guideline can run in reverse or a different order.
Day 1
Cape Agulhas
±200km
Start with a morning pick-up from your accommodation in Cape Town.

Discover the roads between the Cape Winelands toward the tranquil Overberg region as you journey like a local on this tantalising day. Set off toward the colourful lean-to houses of Kayamandi where you’ll be treated to colourful stories, tea or home-made gingerbeer and an array of local Xhosa treats such as amagwinya (vetkoek) and chakalaka.

With the fragrance of local delights lingering on your palate, you'll travel to the picturesque Simonsig, home of the country’s first ever produced MCC. Enjoy a bubbly tasting from the masters as you take a moment to soak in the fresh country air and the beauty of the Stellenbosch Winelands. Your next destination sees you venture into the quaint town of Franschhoek for some fine wine paired with hazelnut, cranberry or rich mint chocolates. You could also opt for a bit of local flair and choose an optional wine and biltong pairing instead where you’ll taste how the wine flavours are enhanced by beef and game biltong.

As lunch nears, you’ll have time to explore the charming streets of Franschhoek, dotted with restaurants, cafés, galleries and quaint shops. This historic town was settled by French Huguenots in the 17th and 18th Century, but today is best known as the culinary and wine capital of South Africa with around 30 wine cellars and a similar number of restaurants including eight of the top 100 in the country.

Take in the views of the mountainous Overberg region as you travel to Cape Agulhas. Here, at Africa’s southernmost point, the warm Agulhas current that flows along the east of the continent meets the colder Benguela current of the Atlantic and turns back on itself. The marked beacon is the ideal spot for that must have photo, and if you're daring enough, you can try and dip your toes into the icy waters while keeping an eye out for the resident stingrays. Soak in the deep colours of the rich sunset against the silhouette of shipwrecks as you spend the night in the area.

Ways 2 Stay
Overnight accommodation included according to your selected stay package. Subject to availability.
Vendor : Hotspots2C Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

13 Gardner Williams Ave, Paardevlei, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa

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WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Coastal forest bliss hedged by ancient indigenous trees and carved by mighty gorges. Locals know this stretch of contrasting sparkling waters and emerald foliage as the Garden of the Garden Route. Tsitsikamma was once home to the ancient Khoisan people who called it 'Sietsiekamma' or place of abundant water. From birding to game spotting, hiking to adrenaline rushes, your Tsitsikamma to-do list will be absolutely jam-packed.

With rock hyraxes providing the necessary distractions around the main restaurant area, it is quite easy to find your own patch of paradise where birds chirp and glimpses of the dramatic coastline are visible through the foliage on the boardwalk. It’s not unusual to see kayakers out and about exploring the waters, but take care as they share the pathways, which can get slippery.

Those who make it to the end of the walk (there are plenty of steps and some steepish inclines) are rewarded with a 77 metre suspension bridge which hangs dramatically above the Storms River Mouth where it enters the Indian Ocean. Two smaller suspension bridges lead visitors back to the boardwalk for the return hike. The Tsitsikamma National Park remains one of the top attractions on the Garden Route and it’s easy to see why when you review your photos.
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Tsitsikamma National Park Hike

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Coastal forest bliss hedged by ancient indigenous trees and carved by mighty gorges. Locals know this stretch of contrasting sparkling waters and emerald foliage as the Garden of the Garden Route. Tsitsikamma was once home to the ancient Khoisan people who called it 'Sietsiekamma' or place of abundant water. From birding to game spotting, hiking to adrenaline rushes, your Tsitsikamma to-do list will be absolutely jam-packed.

With rock hyraxes providing the necessary distractions around the main restaurant area, it is quite easy to find your own patch of paradise where birds chirp and glimpses of the dramatic coastline are visible through the foliage on the boardwalk. It’s not unusual to see kayakers out and about exploring the waters, but take care as they share the pathways, which can get slippery.

Those who make it to the end of the walk (there are plenty of steps and some steepish inclines) are rewarded with a 77 metre suspension bridge which hangs dramatically above the Storms River Mouth where it enters the Indian Ocean. Two smaller suspension bridges lead visitors back to the boardwalk for the return hike. The Tsitsikamma National Park remains one of the top attractions on the Garden Route and it’s easy to see why when you review your photos.
Vendor : Hotspots2C Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

13 Gardner Williams Ave, Paardevlei, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa

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WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Jumping from this spot gives a double dose of thrill -- a leap from this infamous jumping pod and bridge walks surrounded by South African wilderness. The New Zealanders may have invented the bungy, but the South Africans currently boast the honour of running the world’s highest commercial bridge bungy jump in the world. At Bloukrans Bridge, the records keep rolling in – jumper Veronica Dean performed 19 jumps in 60 minutes and a daredevil by the name of Scott Huntley performed 107 jumps over 24 hours back in 2011.

The scenery is spectacular and whilst spectators can’t see the river below from Bungy HQ, jumpers have a bird’s eye view as they hurtle towards it at warp speed. The thrills don’t start when you jump, they begin as you make your way out to the jumping platform – stepping gingerly onto the bridge’s steel girders with views of the long drop below.

Spectators have a number of outdoor viewing spots (our recommendation is the one furthest from the café), but the best place to view the abject fear on the jumpers' faces (or perhaps recognise a famous face – Prince Harry has jumped from Bloukrans) is from the TV screens inside the cafe.

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Every Hotspots2c tour package offers a variety of options to personalise your trip, from accommodation to optional activities. If you have a specific bucket list in mind, we can tailor-make your dream trip.


Bungy from Bloukrans Bridge

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT
Jumping from this spot gives a double dose of thrill -- a leap from this infamous jumping pod and bridge walks surrounded by South African wilderness. The New Zealanders may have invented the bungy, but the South Africans currently boast the honour of running the world’s highest commercial bridge bungy jump in the world. At Bloukrans Bridge, the records keep rolling in – jumper Veronica Dean performed 19 jumps in 60 minutes and a daredevil by the name of Scott Huntley performed 107 jumps over 24 hours back in 2011.

The scenery is spectacular and whilst spectators can’t see the river below from Bungy HQ, jumpers have a bird’s eye view as they hurtle towards it at warp speed. The thrills don’t start when you jump, they begin as you make your way out to the jumping platform – stepping gingerly onto the bridge’s steel girders with views of the long drop below.

Spectators have a number of outdoor viewing spots (our recommendation is the one furthest from the café), but the best place to view the abject fear on the jumpers' faces (or perhaps recognise a famous face – Prince Harry has jumped from Bloukrans) is from the TV screens inside the cafe.

Vendor : Hotspots2C Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

13 Gardner Williams Ave, Paardevlei, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa

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