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A nature trail like no other, explore Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve on a zip-lining excursion in the heart of the Elgin valley.
A rocky canopy bolted into the bedrock, push your limits in the challenging South African countryside with this zip-lining course across the Hottentots Holland gorge. A geological obstacle course comprised of 13 platforms and slides up to 320m long - travel across raging waterfalls, teeter over cliff tops and look into the void on this full day Zipline course in the Elgin valley.
90km from the centre of Cape Town, Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve is an adventure lover’s playground in the heart of a World Heritage Site. A 70 000-hectare reserve popular with mountaineers, MTB enthusiasts and paragliders, the range connects the iconic Table Mountain with the large Elgin valley to the east. Many hikers choose to visit the valley to cross the Sir Lowry's Pass and some of the country's finest wines are found nearby in Helderberg...
A full day zip lining excursion starting with a 1.30 drive into to countryside, the day will start with a safety briefing and short 4×4 ride to where the fun begins! You will be guided through the experience by two professional guides across 13 platforms and slides up to 320m long. A 4-hour activity, the day will end with a short walk back to the transport, after which you will head off to two of the picturesque boutique wineries in the Elgin area, known for cooler climates which has an interesting effect on the wine produced in this area... (cheers!)
January is the hottest month in Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve with an average temperature of 22°C (72°F) and the coldest is June at 13°C (55°F).
Prices in descending order depending on group size on time of booking.