Sup, Cycle, Hike & Culture
Beginning at Sea Level and ending 1085 Metres higher on Table Mountain, this day focus on exploring the Atlantic Seaboard in a fun and engaging way for children. Following in the footsteps of ‘Stan the Strandloper’ we will take in the city sites before seeing them from a different perspective on the mountain top.
Sleep Easy… Our guides are top adventurers in their own right, and focused on creating a day that is purely for your enjoyment. Your Private Cape Adventure unfolds at your own pace – if you feel uneasy about anything, please talk to your guide.
The weather is our compass and your enthusiasm our wrist watch
We plan each adventure according to your interests. Our Cape weather can change at a moment’s notice, and this is where we use our knowledge of hidden spots and local conditions to make the most of each day, no matter what is thrown at us.
Likewise, should we find ourselves having so much fun that we do not want to drag ourselves away, the day’s plans can be changed at the drop of a hat! No two tours are the same.
What is provided?
During activities we supply energy snacks and refreshments.
Between activities more substantial treats from our gourmet pantry are on offer.
Chilled wine, beer, ice teas, chilled waters and G&T’s are also on board.
What to expect
The day will begin by Stand up Paddling and Shell collecting at one of our favourite spots, either at the V&A Waterfront in sheltered canals, or in the Camps Bay Tidal Pool. Your guide will recommend the perfect spot for new comers and youngsters to learn how to SUP, in a safe an idyllic location by the Atlantic Sea.
Proceed to explore the city, by cycling between the Art Installations with locals on the Sea Point Promenade and getting to know the city by foot. Learn fascinating stories that tell Cape Town’s history and modern day make up, engaging and overlooked by so many. Here, we will embark a a Treasure Hunt in the footsteps of ‘Stan the Strandloper’. This is a fun and engaging 3-5 km treasure hunt along the Atlantic Seaboard, using a Treasure Map the children follow various clues between the art works on the Sea Point Promenade.
At the Green Point Biodiversity Garden the children will be able to taste and sniff all kinds of fynbos to create their own brew under the guidance of the guide.
Stopping for a relaxing lunch in the heart of the city, at the Company Garden's where you can truly immerse yourself in this peaceful surrounding and feel like a local!
After a leisurely lunch, we will summit Table Mountain taking in the 360 views while tracking Dassies (Mountain Rock Rabbits) that can often be spotted on the table top. We will finish the day with an afternoon tea picnic in a memorable location.