KwaZulu Natal Extreme Sports

Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. Show on Map

Destinations in KwaZulu Natal

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Aqua Planet Dive Centre

Where? Shelly Beach
Protea Banks offers an exceptionally exciting specialty Shark dive for locals and international visitors alike. Situated 7,5km off Shelly Beach on KwaZulu Natal's South Coast, Protea Banks allows advanced ...

White Water Rafting with Liquid Adventures

Where? Richmond
Why not come and White Water River raft in 2-man inflatables called Crocs on the Umkomaas River. You'll cover about 14kms and in between 3 & 4 hours. Perfect for the complete novice or an excellent time at a ...

Ballistic Paintball

Where? Oribi Gorge
If you are looking for an exhilarating experience with your friends, a great team building activity or a birthday party to remember then look no further. Ballistic Paintball is bound to exceed your ...

White Water Tubing or Geckoing

Where? Champagne Valley
Tube down a 450m stretch of class 1 rapids twice - almost a kilometre of fun - something the whole family can enjoy - Champagne Castle Adventure Centre is a one stop team building and family adventure ...

Zorbing at Groovy Balls Adventure Park

Where? Inchanga
A visit to the Groovy Balls Zorbing Adventure Park in Cliffdale near Durban, KwaZulu Natal will leave you feeling exhilarated. Zorbing is a sport involving a large transparent ball where the participant is ...

The Wild Slide

Where? Oribi Gorge
If launching into a pit at high speed is a little to scary for you then why not take more relaxed option. Although still extremely exhilarating the Wild Slide is not quite as intense as the Wild Swing. Zip ...

Microlight flights in Ballito

Where? Ballito
Give a present with a difference or treat yourself to a micro light flip along the Dolphin Coast. The Ballito Microlight School operates 7 days a week, weather permitting. Flights leave from the school and ...

Climb 'The Rock'

Where? Umhlanga
Dare to climb The Rock - the Worlds Highest Indoor Climb. 'The Rock' offers amazing adrenaline-pumping activities including once-off casual climbing, rock climbing club and kids club. Also available is a ...

The Wild Swing

Where? Oribi Gorge
If you want to get your blood pumping then get down to Oribi Gorge for the Wild Gorge Swing. Standing at the top of the Lehr’s waterfall you will leap off the edge and dive into the depths of this 165 meter ...

Drakensberg Ice Climbing

Where? Estcourt
While South Africa certainly is not known for its icy slopes, there are some high-lying inland regions that do not disappoint those with a penchant for ice-based sports and activities. Just 60 kilometres from ...

Kloofing or Canyoning

Where? Champagne Valley
Kloofing in the Injisuthi valley is a 6-7 hour round trip. The Injisuthi valley is the hidden gem of the Drakensberg, as it is situated in the rural area of Loskop and therefore has not been developed for the ...

Big Swing at Moses Mabhida Stadium

Where? Durban Central
For the ultimate ride of your life the 'Big Rush Big Swing' at the Moses Mabhida Stadium is a must. This is the world's only stadium swing and the biggest swing of any kind, anywhere. Jump into the void 106 ...

Monteseel Rock Climbing Routes

Where? Hillcrest
Monteseel is a rocky crag just beyond Botha's Hill, outside the village of Hillcrest, on the edge of the Valley of 1000 Hills; with views to match. Considered one of the oldest places to climb in the ...

Jump on a Jet Ski

Where? Durban North
Combine the power of jets with the splendour of nature and carve your way around the Hazelmere Dam riding a jet-ski. Hands on the handlebars, antelope in the audience. Impala, Wildebeest and Zebra may look on ...

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