Cape Town Sports & Leisure

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Catch a local Rugby Game

Where? Newlands
Tired of being a couch spectator? Yell your support out loud at a live rugby match in this 51 000 seater stadium electric with fan's energy. Tired of being a spectator at all and fancy yourself an undiscovered ...

The Robertsvlei Loop MTB Trail

Where? Franschhoek
Where: intersection of R45 and Robertsvlei Road, Franschhoek Level: easy, no technical bits Type of route: circular,14.5 km Best: any time of year Most of the ride is on the R45 tar road outside ...

Scenic introductory flight lesson

Where? Mossel Bay
Ever thought about learning to fly an aeroplane? For those who first want to experience the magic of flight before committing to training, introductory flights are offered by Springbok Aviation in Mossel Bay. ...

Groenlandberg MTB Trail

Where? Grabouw
Starting off at the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve you can ride out along the trail and back in 2-3 hours, which is roughly 22 kilometers there and back. If you are keen on steep climbs and racy ...

Skydive in Plett

Where? Plettenberg Bay
This is definitely something for the adrenalin junkies, get your heart racing when you jump out of the plane with your tandem master and feel the rush of the 35 second free fall at 200 kilometres per hour. ...

Slanghoek MTB Trail

Where? Rawsonville
Where: Slanghoek wine estate, near Rawsonville Level: moderate Type of route: varied Best: any time of year The Slanghoek MTB Trail is set in the Slanghoek Valley with the mountains of the same name as ...

Five Bay Trail

Where? Paternoster
28 kilometres in 2 and a half days: One of five trails developed in the West Coast Biosphere Reserve, the Five Bay Trail explores the coast between the fishing villages of Paternoster and Jacobsbaai. The ...

West Coast Fossil Park MTB Trails

Where? Langebaan
Where: West Coast Fossil Park, near Langebaan, West Coast, Western Cape Level: easy to slightly more taxing Type of route: circular routes (green 3.5 km, red 6 km, blue 8 km, yellow 10 km) Best: August to ...

Get active with Action Sports

Where? Claremont
Recreational, social competitive and international games are played for all ages, genders and levels. Action Sport has 100 indoor floodlit all-weather sports arenas in South Africa for action cricket, action ...

Deep Sea Game Fish & Tuna Charter

Where? Simons Town
The Cape waters have a world wide reputation for tuna fishing. Yellowfin tuna of over a 100kgs are landed but the average size of the fish is 50kg to 80kg. We depart from Simon's Town harbour and travel 12 ...

Olive Grove Cycle Route

Where? Citrusdal
Go Mountain Biking at Mount Ceder on the Olive grove cycle route - Mount Ceder has recently marked a cycle route for the whole family. This route meanders through the olive groves taking in rocky and sandy ...

Indoor Climbing

Where? Observatory, Cape Town
CityRock is Cape Town's centre for all things related to the sport of Rock Climbing. The facility at CityRock features a large top rope and lead climbing area with Introductory lessons taught numerous times ...

Gamkapoort Dam MTB Route

Where? Prince Albert
This moderately difficult route is a one way cycle that is 40 kilometers long and will take between 3 and 5 hours to tackle. Park entry fees are applicable and payable at the tourism office on Main Street ...

G-spot MTB Trail

Where? Stellenbosch
Where: just above the suburb of Bo Dalsig, around Coetzenberg Level: intermediate Type of route: 900 metre single track full of turns, jumps and an average -4.9% gradient Best: any time of year This ...

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