Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
“The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company has been providing visitors with a world-class experience since October 4, 1929. The company operates in a National Park and World Heritage Site.
The mountain’s magnetism has a way of drawing people in, compelling them to reach the summit. But getting to the top was not always the effortless trip it is today.”
African Eagle Day Tours
“Allow us to share the beauty of the Western Cape and surrounding areas with you, taking you across some of the region’s top destinations and attractions. Whether you choose to explore the rugged coastlines of the Cape Peninsula, sample some of South Africa’s finest wines, go shark cage diving or game driving in the Kruger Park or travel along the Garden Route, we have what it takes to make each experience an unforgettable adventure that you will treasure for years to come.”
“Africa’s Original Tandem Paragliding Company.
With a passion for flying, Stef Juncker launched the idea of Parapax in 1999. Parapax is the market leader and original tandem paragliding company in Africa. A team of highly experienced pilots and managers make this exciting, well thought out company a success. The crew always put safety and fun first, standing well out amongst our competitors.”
Skydive Cape Town
“On the way up in the aircraft, the view is breathtaking. To the South, the Mother City lies sandwiched between towering Table Mountain and bustling Table Bay harbour. Further to the south, and to the far side of the mountain, lies False Bay, Hout Bay and the splendour of the South Peninsula as far as Cape Point. To the West, you will spot Robben Island – Cape Town’s own Alcatraz – and the Atlantic breaking on the beautiful Cape West Coast, as famous for its icy water temperature as its mouth-watering crayfish. To the North, the Langebaan lagoon , a great kitesurfing and windsurfing venue.”
“Sharklady Adventures offers small exclusive shark diving trips and educational tours twice daily. This means that the trip is more informative AND you’ll have more time in the cage. We are committed to being a responsible and eco-friendly operation. We do not interfere with the sharks and we do not pollute the environment. Sharklady Adventures complies with the strictest code of conduct and safety for our clients, our boat, and the great white sharks, as laid down by local Marine & Coastal Management.”
Cape Town City Tours
“A ticket on the City Sightseeing bus gives you access to all our main tours and takes you directly to Cape Town’s top attractions – including the Table Mountain Cableway, V&A Waterfront and Camps Bay”
“Robben Island is a complex, sensitive eco-system and as such is protected by South African Law as a nature conservation area. In addition to this it is designated a World Heritage Site and has to balance additional stringent conservation requirements in line with RIM’s mission of ensuring public access to the Island’s heritage. The Island’s complex and sensitive ecosystem includes Birdlife, Natural Vegetation, Marine and Wildlife, Geology and Cultural Conservation sites.”
“Sleepy Hollow Horse Riding, Established in 1975, we are the oldest operating horse riding business in the Noordhoek Valley. We are lucky to have such an amazing location nestled at the foot of the world renowned, scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive with easy trail access to the white sands of Noordhoek Beach.”
Cape Town Helicopter flights
“With the Cape Peninsula being declared a nature reserve it has been imperative to fly helicopters that have the least impact on the environment.
Cape Town Helicopters has taken the lead in Cape Town by purchasing a range of Airbus Helicopters. These machines are some of the few helicopters in the world that are certified to operate in noise sensitive areas. They are certified at 86 decibels flying at 1500 feet. This is the accepted noise limit for sensitive areas. So when you fly with us you are not spoiling someone else’s day in the Cape Peninsula Nature Reserve.”
Huey Helicopter flights
“Our Huey was manufactured in 1966 and assigned tail number 66-01009. It served in Vietnam with the US Army when assigned to the 129 Helicopter Assault Brigade from 1966 to 1968, whereafter it did several tours in Germany and Alaska.
In 1970 it was sent to the US Army Helicopter Training School at Fort Rucker Alabama where it was used for pilot training until it was surplused by the US Army in 1996.
It was then flown to the Davis-Montham Air Force Base in Tucson Arizona where it was mothballed until it was auctioned in 2001.”