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South Africa is one of the most diverse countries on earth where tourists can combine a rich cultural and history experience with amazing scenery, vast wild life parks and a host of adventure activities with a world class infrastructure.

Cape Town in particular is blessed with a mild year round climate, which is highly conducive for an outdoor lifestyle, and with the world class beaches, rich marine life, mountains with steep cliffs, ravines and forests, assorted fauna and flora this has made it one of the 'adventure capitals' of the world where on any given day you will find people hiking, mountain biking, surfing, kayaking, paragliding or diving.

With this in mind Cape Xtreme was started in 2005 with an aim to be Cape Town and South Africa’s number 1 adventure operator. Over the past few years they have been fortunate to have helped thousands of local and international guests have unforgettable experiences throughout South Africa.

The owner and founder of Cape Xtreme, Gavin O’Donoghue was also an integral member of the team, which set the world record for most adventure activities completed in 1 day in December, 2010, where 18 activities were completed in and around Cape Town between sunrise and sunset.

Cape Xtreme and its experienced staff remain committed to giving the highest standard of service whether you are looking for a fun day out, a unique corporate package, an all encompassing family holiday or group journey never to be forgotten!

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Marvelous. We were given what was basically an interactive natural history lecture on the ecology, environment and behaviour of the great white as well as a discussion of the rights/wrongs of cage diving (I happen to believe firmly that it is a shark-friendly activity which does nothing to harm the animals and certainly doesn't habituate them into seeking humans either as prey or for a source of food. It provides education and a means of further protecting these incredible creatures from ignorant persecution)