Adventure Activities, Camps Bay




There are many ways to discover the Cape’s scenic beauty and if you can see yourself thundering across the Atlantic Ocean with the wind in your hair, a power boat excursion is sure to delight. You’ll leave Hout Bay at full throttle towards Duiker Island and its famed resident Cape Fur Seals whizzing around the coast to beautiful Sandy Bay taking in the Boss 500 shipwreck on the way. The return journey is just as thrilling providing cinematic views as you pass the imposing cliffs of Chapman’s Peak.




Find your oasis in the desert. Just 45 minutes north of Cape Town, there lies a shimmering desert with pristine talc-powder dunes just begging to be discovered. . Exploring the dunes by quad bike or 4x4 Jeep is sure to get your adrenaline pumping and when you have had your fill, you can spend the rest of your time sandboarding, playing volleyball or desert golf. One thing’s for certain, a day at Atlantis Dunes is an adventure not to be missed.




A power boat is an exhilarating and heart-pumping way to cruise around Cape Point. The boat will stop along the way though, for you to appreciate the scenery and marine life. Dolphins love to ride the bow wave and you may even see penguins, seals and whales. This picturesque peninsula has an interesting past and you will be regaled by stories of famous shipwrecks, ghost ships and the notoriety of “The Cape of Storms”.






A day at the beach is a staple on anyone’s dream holiday, but we take it to the next level with fabulous activities to keep you busy for hours on end. Buffels Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches along the Garden Route where you can soak up the sun and watch the dolphins and whales play in the bay. The surfing is excellent and the swimming is the best in the area but it is also a great spot to get active. Explore the Cape Point on an adrenaline-fuelled power boat or ride the waves on a two-man inflatable kayak. Simply tell us what you would like to include on your beach day and we will tailor-make an experience never to be forgotten.



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