Cape Town offers numerous options for enthusiasts, families and children to experience the diversity of nature. These include diving with great white sharks and crocodile cage diving with Nile Crocodiles.
From June to December, one can experience whale viewing between Gordon’s Bay and Rooi Els. In the West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch, one can personally meet the ostriches. The activities include riding, sitting and feeding the biggest bird in the world.
Adventure tours to Elephant's Eye Cave and other caves involve scrambling and wriggling across the formations through narrow passages. In the national reserve parks, one can ride or feed an elephant.
Horseback Safari or Elephant Safari are also available at these national parks. Some other activities include tree top hopping using a steel cable from one platform to another. The Zeekoevlei Park and other reserves offer places for overnight stay in the area in the bush camps. Tourists can also hire chartered boat trips for witnessing the diverse wildlife.
Table Mountain has numerous activities for adventure lovers. One can indulge in activities like hiking, rock climbing, hang-gliding, and paragliding, mountain biking and fishing. Activities at the Table Mountain also include a cable car ride, city tour and spending a night in the Overseer's cottage. Enthusiasts can also explore the mountain.
At the Lion’s Head the weather is ideal for paragliding, hang-gliding or microlighting. Keen cyclists can find interest in exploring the soaring mountains, forested slopes and long beaches on the cycle.
In Cape Town, one can rent a Harley-Davidson and explore the city. Options for dirt-track biking are also available. The Observatory also has a City Rock Indoor Climbing Gym. Quad Bikes are also available for rent along with the basic training, permits, refreshments and all safety equipments. Travellers can drive to Mossel Bay for skydiving or bungee jumping from the highest commercial bungee bridge in the world.
Hi i want to know if there is any tour package for Cape Town. And will it be good if i go to Cape Town on a package or on my own. I thought this through and package costs less but if i go on my own i can stay for a long time and enjoy my holidays. And what are the tourist places to go in Cape Town. All i know is the Cape of good hope. I want to know more about the place before i go to that place.
We are going to South Africa this July. We have booked 3 weeks of stay through RCI. Now I have certain doubts which I would like to resolve. I am staying at 3 places, i.e. Cape Town, Sun City and Johannesburg. Since I have a lot of time at each place (1 week) please tell me which are the places I could cover nearby. Also please give some info with regards to the resorts that I have booked. The same are mentioned below. All I want to know is if they are good.
Cape Town - The Peninsula (Supposed to be Gold Crown)
Sun City - Sun City Vacation Club (Gold Crown)
Johannesburg - Sudwala Lodge (Silver Crown)
Would appreciate any information you'll can provide.
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