Wild Things Outdoor

The inspiration that Wild Things Outdoor brings to adventures will be worth the energy spent and will leave more than footprints on trails

Grade

Epic

Disabled Friendly

No

Accommodation

Nearby

Team Building Facilities

Yes

Family Friendly

Yes

Zig Zag your way up the fastest route to the summit of Table Mountain. This is the same stone path used before the cableway was built. Look back at postcard views of Table Bay, Robben Island and downtown Cape Town.

Plunge into the cool Atlantic Ocean and snorkel with hundreds of playful Cape Fur seals. Interact with them in their environment and on their terms. No experience is needed!

You are in for much, much more than that on board Slashfin! Marine biologists and expert crew members will not only show you where these mysterious and misunderstood apex predators hunt and hide, but they will also explain to you how and where they feed, breed and breach. No experience is needed!

The safari is led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories: facts about your surroundings, easily rousing your inner wild side. Followed by lunch and time at leisure to explore the rest of the facilities. Mountain adventures:
Choose from our selection of Mountain Adventures with a Professional Guide.

Hiking – There are no shortcuts to any place worth going
Canyoning – Rappel, Swim, Jump for Joy!
Abseiling – Mind-blowing vertical space
Zip lining – Soar Above Quiet Peaks & Lush Valleys
Bicycling – Exploring Our Countryside with Zero Carbon Footprint
Paragliding – A Birds Eye View of The Mother City and Her Mountains.

Table Mountain:
Platteklip George:
Zig Zag your way up the fastest route to the summit of Table Mountain. This is the same stone path used before the cableway was built. Look back at postcard views of Table Bay, Robben Island and downtown Cape Town. This is the iconic way up the 7th Natural Wonder of the World. Enjoy time on the summit with many viewpoints and photo opportunities, grab a bite to eat or drink at the cafe on top and experience the cableway back down the mountain.
Grade: moderate
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: one way cable care fee; food & drinks
Departure times: 8am & 1pm
Duration: 3 – 4 hours
Read more about this hike
What to bring: water, comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, sunscreen, hat/cap, warm top

Table Mountain:
India Venster:
A challenging but definitely more scenic route to the summit of Table Mountain. Scramble up rocky outcrops. Look back onto the white sands of Cape Town’s iconic beaches and the glimmering swells of Table Bay. Get a 360-degree view of surrounding peaks and the city below. Enjoy some time and many photo opportunities on the summit of the 7th Natural Wonder of The World, before catching the cable car down.
Grade: difficult
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: one way cable care fee; food & drinks
Departure times: 8am & 1pm
Duration: 4 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap, Warm top

Able Mountain:
Skeleton Gorge To Cable Station:
A full day’s hike. Meander and rock scramble through a forest with fresh water streams and some of the oldest trees in Cape Town. Enjoy views of the famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Relax on the white sands of a mountain lake. Trek up a gorgeous nature trail to Maclears Beacon, the highest point on Table Mountain. Enjoy lunch with views of the peninsula. Traverse the face of Table Mountain with views of the city, and Robben Island in the bay. So many panoramic views to soak in before catching the cable car back down the mountain.
Grade: moderate-difficult
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: one-way cable car ticket; food & drinks
Departure times: 8am
Duration: 6-7 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap, Warm top, Snacks.

Table Mountain:
Tranquillity Cracks:
A full day hikes. Start on a trail following an old water pipeline with the Twelve Apostles Peaks towering above you. Enjoy panoramic views of Lions Head peak the turquoise ocean and white beaches around Camps Bay and the lush vineyards of Constantia. Explore hidden cracks in the mountain where magical forests grow. Enjoy lunch in a shady cavern. Descend a historical trail via the Old Cableway with more breath-taking views of the back face of Table Mountain.
Grade: moderate-difficult
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: food & drinks
Departure times: 8am & 1pm
Duration: 5-6 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap, Warm top, Snacks

Lions Head:
Sunset Hike:
Cape Town’s most popular hike. An easy to moderate 1-hour ascent. Enjoy panoramic city views and a gorgeous Atlantic ocean sunset. This is the best way to capture a glowing picture of Table Mountain. Learn about the points of interest in the city below and across the bay as if you were soaring in the sky. Descend as the sun falls and see the city lights light up the skyline.
Grade: moderate
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: food & drinks
Departure times: varies with seasons, please enquire.
Duration: 3 – 4 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap and Warm top

Cape Town: Devils Peak:
A full day’s hike begins at Rhodes Memorial, an old yet controversial Cape Town landmark. Climb to the Kings Blockhouse that was used in the colonial defines of the Cape. Enjoy the views of the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town and Table Bay. Spiral up Cape Town’s famous peak steeped in mystery with breath-taking summit views of the Cape Peninsula. Look out to both Table and False bays. Definitely, the most panoramic view that any Cape Town peak has to offer and one of our fondest hikes.
Grade: moderate-difficult
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: food & drinks
Departure times: 8am
Duration: 4-5 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap, Warm top and Snacks.

Woodstock Cave:
Historical View:
One of the largest caves on Table Mountain. Follow a historic path starting at the controversial mountainside landmark of Rhodes Memorial. Enjoy views of the city centre, Robben Island and the glimmering water on Table Bay. Walk through rich mountain forest, fynbos and an old cork tree plantation. If you are lucky, catch some mountain spring water gushing out of the peaks above. Relax in the ancient cave with panoramic city views.
Grade: easy-moderate
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: food & drinks
Departure times: 8am and 1pm
Duration: 3-4 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap and Warm top.

Chapman’s Peak:
Sentinel View:
Chapman’s Peak on the western side of Cape Town is argued to be one of the best scenic routes in the world. Enjoy a half-day trail to a summit, overlooking the scenic cliff drive below, Hout Bay fishing harbour and the white sands of Noordhoek beach. One of the most iconic sea side views in the world, this is one underrated hike to be enjoyed by the adventurous.
Grade: moderate
Included: guide & transport
Excluded: food & drinks
Departure times: 8am and 1pm
Duration: 3-4 hours
What to bring: Water, Comfortable hiking boots or walking shoes, Sunscreen, Hat/cap and Warm top

Ocean adventures:
Choose from our selection of Ocean Adventures with a qualified guide.

Ocean kayaking:
A unique place indeed- a penguin colony in suburban Cape Town! The best way to see it is from the water.
The trip leaves from Simon’s Town Waterfront and we paddle past the Naval Harbour and out to Boulder’s Beach to see the penguins. If the time and tide is right, we may stop on a beach for a swimming break and will generally be able to get a close up look at penguins on the rocks nearby.
Paddling happens every day of the year, weather permitting – not just the summer. The winter months are also wonderful for paddling because winter has more calm windless days than summer and on those days, it is absolutely beautiful. Plus, there is always a chance of seeing whales.
Cost: R350
Duration: 2 hours
Minimum adventurers: 1
Included: guide, kayak, and safety equipment.
Excluded: transport can be arranged at extra cost.
Departure times: 7h30 summer / 9h30 winter and 13h00 all seasons
What to bring: hat/cap, sun cream and comfortable clothes (shorts, t-shirt and sweatshirt)

Seal Snorkeling:
Seal Snorkelling in Cape Town is the ultimate wildlife experience for the adventurous.
Plunge into the cool Atlantic Ocean and snorkel with hundreds of playful Cape Fur seals. Interact with them in their environment and on their terms. No experience is needed!
Cost: R900
Duration: 4 hours
Departure times: TBC
Minimum adventurers: 1
Included: wetsuits with hood attached, 3mm vests, 4mm gloves, booties, fins, mask and snorkel, a guide, educational briefing. Water, biscuits and hot chocolate on the boat.
Excluded: transport can be arranged at extra cost.
What to bring: bathing suit, sunscreen

Shark Cage Diving:
Do you want an eyeball to eyeball encounter with a Great White Shark in South Africa?
You are in for much, much more than that on board Slashfin! Marine biologists and expert crew members will not only show you where these mysterious and misunderstood apex predators hunt and hide, but they will also explain to you how and where they feed, breed and breach. No experience is needed!
Cost: R2120
Duration: full day
Minimum adventurers: 1
Departure times: TBC
Included: wetsuits with hood attached, booties, mask, a guide, educational briefing, breakfast & lunch pre and post dive, snacks & hot chocolate on board
Excluded: transport can be arranged at extra cost.
What to bring: bathing suit, hat/cap, sun cream

Whale Watching:
This is quite possibly the only place in the world where one can see a mighty whale and a great white shark on the same boat trip
Your adventure is both fun and educational. Each trip is led by experienced marine biologists and guides who will share their knowledge with you, keeping the emphasis on the welfare and conservation of the animal. Responsible tourism is our main objective, so we focus on conservation, education, community upliftment and safety.
Cost: R1210
Duration: full day
Minimum adventurers: 1
Departure times: TBC
Included: professional guide and marine biologist, educational briefing, snacks & hot chocolate on board
Excluded: transport can be arranged at extra cost.
What to bring: hat/cap, sun cream, warm top, sea sickness tablets if needed.

Day safari:
Enjoy a day out of town viewing the Big 5 and other African animals.

4×4 safari:
Only two hours out of town and you are in the Klein Karoo. Relax with this full day experience at a premier game farm. Enjoy the sights, sounds, and cuisine of an African Safari.
Arrive at the reserve at 9 am, breakfast, then the 2 to 3-hour safari. The safari is led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories: facts about your surroundings, easily rousing your inner wild side. Followed by lunch and time at leisure to explore the rest of the facilities.
Cost: ESQ
Duration: full day
Departure times: 6 am – 7 am at your accommodation.
What to bring: camera, hat, sunscreen
Included: transport, buffet breakfast, buffet lunch, 3-hour game drive, use of the pool.

Horseback Safari:
A Cape Town safari day trip on horseback is an alternative safari option to experiencing the natural wonders of Africa. Stalking game gets closer than ever when you’re saddled-up and ready to ride. No experience is necessary for the Aquila horseback safari day tour.
1 1/2 hour horseback safari led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories: facts about your surroundings, easily rousing your inner wild side. Minimum age requirement is 16 years. Max weight is 95kg.
Cost: ESQ
Duration: full day
Departure times: 6 am – 7 am at your accommodation.
Included: transport, buffet breakfast, buffet lunch, 1 1/2 hour horseback safari, use of the pool.
What to bring: comfortable clothes, closed shoes, hat/cap, sun cream, camera.

Quad Bike Safari:
A Cape Town safari day trip on a quad bike/ATV is an alternative safari option to experiencing the natural wonders of Africa. Enjoy some fun in the sun. No experience is necessary. Bikes are both manual or automatically operated.
1 1/2 hour quad bike safari led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories: facts about your surroundings, easily rousing your inner wild side.
Cost: ESQ
Duration: full day
Departure times: 6 am – 7 am at your accommodation.
Included: transport, buffet breakfast, buffet lunch, 1 1/2 hour quad bike safari, use of the pool.
What to bring: comfortable clothes, closed shoes, hat/cap, sun cream, camera.

Culture, History & Scenery:
Cape Peninsula:
The Cape Peninsula is heralded as the gateway to South Africa and beyond. Its beauty will put a warmth in your heart and enrapture fond memories. The tour takes you to Hout Bay and Chapman’s Peak, Simonstown and Boulders Beach, Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope. A highlight of anyone visiting Cape Town.
Duration: 7-8hours
Departure times: 08h30 at your accommodation
Included: Transport, Professional Guide, Cape Point Entrance Fee, Boulders Beach Entrance Fee, Bottled Water
Excluded: Lunch, Boat Ride to Seals at Duiker Island (R80), Cape Point Funicular (R75).
What to bring: Comfortable shoes, sun cream, warm top.

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