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Southern Africa offers a smorgasbord of adventure activities. If you are after a heart stopping experience or merely a spike of adrenalin the options range from fulfilling your flights of fancy in a hot air balloon or supersonic jet, cantering by horse back across sandy beaches or dangling on a rope over the cityscape of Cape Town.



Mozambique offers some of the best diving in southern Africa with warm waters, varied and abundant marine life, uncrowded and uncommercialised sites and generally good visibility. The most popular location is the Bazaruto archipelago that has outstanding diving and snorkelling opportunities, including Manta Reef, Two-Mile Reef, Vengies, Rainbow Runner Reef and the Greek Temple. The waters offshore of the Inhambane area are also a snorkelling and diving paradise with pristine reefs and an abundance of manta rays and whale sharks. During the winter months (June to September) there is a chance of close-up encounters with the migrating humpback whales.


Kite Surfing

All you need for kitesurfing is a nice stretch of water and some wind, and you'll find that in dozens of places all along the coast. But - like anything - some places are just that little bit special, and Cape Town and the nearby West Coast town of Langebaan are the big leaders in the kite surfing industry.


Bloubergstrand, on the opposite side of Table Bay from Cape Town, has some great kitesurfing with - best of all - the classic view of Table Mountain as a backdrop.


Sand Boarding  

Take the adrenaline-pumping excitement of snowboarding, cross it with the exhilarating thrill of surfing, add sand (lots of it) and you’ve got one of the newest extreme sport crazes: Sand boarding. It’s easy to learn, requires minimal equipment and no special clothing and is as fun for beginners as it is for seasoned pros.

You’ll be shown basic techniques and carefully guided through your first attempt. With the sand cushioning you in case you fall, you’ll quickly gain confidence so that you can take on more adventurous angles. There is excellent sand boarding near Cape Town and Johannesburg but the most spectacular is the enormously high red sand dunes of Namibia.


Walking with Lions

This extremely close encounter with Lions on this Lion Breeding Project located 10km from the magnificent Victoria Falls is the only project in the world where you can take lions for a walk through a Game Reserve - a unique and unbelievable experience!


The number of lions in Africa is decreasing at an alarming rate. Current patterns indicate that within a very short time there will be no lions left on this continent. On this very worthwhile and necessary Lion Breeding Project, your work will assist in helping this project to continue and, over the long term, will also hopefully contribute to preventing the decrease in the lion population in Africa.