Cape Town Water Sport

Cape Town is renowned for the world-famous landmark Table Mountain, its vast winelands and exquisite coastline. Show on Map

Destinations in Cape Town

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Into The Blue Dive Centre

Where? Sea Point
Come and join us for a scuba discovery course where you can learn all the basics of diving and see how you like it (you will!). Done that? Want to learn more? Take the next step and get your open water. ...

Overberg Charters

Where? Gordons Bay
The South African coastline is one of beauty and variety; home to an extraordinary array of marine fauna and flora. Beyond this it is aesthetically exquisite. Its expanses guarantee stunning photographs and ...

Kite Surfing with Kitesurfschool

Where? Bloubergstrand
The magnificent Bloubergstrand is one of Cape Town’s many spectacular beaches, thanks to its long sandy stretches and the unrivalled postcard-perfect backdrop of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Devil’s Peak, and ...

Diving at the Two Oceans Aquarium

Where? V&A Waterfront
When you dive at the Two Oceans Aquarium at Cape town's V&A waterfront, you will dive with ragged-tooth sharks (sand tigers), shoals of large predators, rays and a turtle in the I&J Predator Exhibit. Feed the ...

Windsurfing on the Langebaan Lagoon

Where? Langebaan
The Langebaan Lagoon on the Cape West Coast is a favourite with locals, offering some of the best windsurfing in South Africa. Langebaan offers ideal learning conditions as well as high speed flat water ...

Cape Town Surf School

Where? Big Bay
Surfing is a fantastic way to be in the water, exercise, hang out with mates and enjoy the stunning vistas all around. And the Western Cape is a prime surf spot, thanks to its good waves and temperate weather ...

Kayak in Paternoster

Where? Paternoster
Not to be missed - enjoy kayaking in Paternoster with an experienced guide with double, sit on top, Epic kayaks. All safety gear and paddles supplied. Trips are weather dependant and leave early morning, the ...

Surf Off the Wall

Where? Mouille Point
Off the Wall refers to the quality as well as the venue of surf with this take-off zone just East of the Mouille Point lighthouse. Surfers clamber over rockpools to reach this city reef break right where the ...

Constantly Kiting

Where? Langebaan
Kite surfing, or kiting, is a water sport that is becoming more and more popular in South Africa - both for locals and for those visiting the shores of this country. The warm waters and excellent weather ...

Kitesurfing in the Garden of Eden

Where? Sedgefield
The lakes, estuaries and pristine beaches of our area offer kiting opportunities as diverse as anywhere in the world and is suitable for beginners through to expert kiters. At Elemental Sport we offer ...

Theewater Sailing Academy

Where? Villiersdorp
Come and enjoy an introduction to dinghy sailing at Theewaterskloof Dam. Learning to sail can be a fun and exciting experience where you can learn the basics and get the hang of sailing a dinghy under ...

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