Rock Climbing in South Africa

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Whether it’s bouldering in Cederberg (Rocklands) or a multi-pitch adventure in Table Mountain, there are plenty of amazing rock climbing opportunities to enjoy in South Africa. Find the program that best suits you and start planning an unforgettable rock-climbing adventure with one of the certified guides at

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There are many reasons for choosing Rock Climbing in South Africa

Cederberg is a top spot for bouldering and also goes by the nickname "Rocklands" due to its top quality rock.


Good to know:

Country code



South African rand

How to get there

Fly to Cape Town International Airport


Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English, Sepedi, Tswana, Sotho, Tsonga, Swazi, Venda, Ndebele, SA Sign Language

Best time to visit

During the spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May). Winter (from May to September) is also an option, though a bit cold and wet


High summer temperatures and mild winters characterize South Africa's climate with summer rains in most of the country except Western Cape where it usually rains more in winter

More info about Rock Climbing in South Africa:

Rock climbing in South Africa is a great way to discover its varied terrain and wilderness. There are options for many styles including bouldering, scrambling, sport, and trad climbing. Furthermore, you can enjoy climbing on cliffs, vertical walls, steep overhangs and more. The main rock climbing areas in South Africa are Cederberg (Rocklands), Montagu and Cape Peninsula to the west, and Waterval Bovan to the northeast. Find a certified guide at and start planning your rock climbing adventure in South Africa!


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