Water Sports in South Africa - 1 day - First Time - Private and Group
Half-day Kayaking tour in Cape Town’s Hout Bay, South Africa
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Multi-sport adventure in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve’s Kamikaze Kanyon, near Cape Town
Hiking in South Africa - 1 day - Beginner - Private
Half-day Hike to the top of Chapman’s Peak for panoramic views of Cape Town, South Africa
Water Sports in South Africa - 1 day - Beginner - Private and Group
Half-day Kayaking tour in Table Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
Hiking in South Africa - 4 days - Beginner - Group
4-day Walking safari in the Kruger National Park in South Africa
KwaZulu-Natal, the Western Cape, Durban, and Port Elizabeth are popular spots for water sports such as surfing, boarding, and even kayaking on the ocean.
Best time to visit
South African rand (ZAR)
Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English and several others
How to get there
Cape Town International Airport (CPT), the King Shaka International Airport (DUR), in Durban, or the O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB), in Johannesburg are the most common international airports in South Africa
The climate in South Africa varies depending on the region. The central plateau has hot summers and cold winters, while the coast has a distinctly Mediterranean climate and is mild throughout the year. Most of the country experiences rainfall in the summer
South Africa’s diversity is great for outdoor adventures and water sports are no exception. The amazing Atlantic and Indian Ocean coastlines are breathtaking for surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, diving, and whale-watching. Furthermore, South Africa’s rivers boast amazing Class II to Class IV rapids for those that prefer rafting. And any water sports adventure in South Africa is also a unique way to experience the rich wildlife that will surely stun you, whether you are paddling or taking a dip!
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