Thrilling zipline adventure high in the canopy of the Cape
Network of 13 platforms & slides through mountainous bluffs
Stunning landscapes of spectacular valleys & waterfalls
Lush fynbos vegetation prevalent across the Western Cape
Professional guides for a safe & insightful experience
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided zip-line tour at Cape Canopy
Equipment and wet-weather gear
Roundtrip transport to and from your Cape Town hotel
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children aged 4 and younger are not allowed.
If you are pregnant, you may not take part.
If you have back, neck, joint or muscular problems, you should carefully consider whether or not to participate.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
You must be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.
Hotel pick-up is available from most centrally located Cape Town hotels. Please arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
What you can expect
A landscape of mountainous heathland frames this amazing zipline adventure in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve. Visit a pristine, previously inaccessible part of this amazing landscape for a journey past waterfalls, over valleys and through the incredible scenery of the Western Cape.
An hourlong trip from Cape Town brings you to a mountainscape dominated by the region's signature fynbos vegetation. Make sure to keep watch for a chance to see eagles soaring overhead. After a safety briefing, collect your gear and take a 4x4 trip high into the mountain range, where the fun begins.
With 13 platforms and slides that can reach more than 1,000 feet (320 m) in length, the zipline course takes you over some of the greatest scenery nature has to offer. Coast between mountains, past waterfalls, over colourful shrubland and through rocky valleys, as your knowledgeable guides share interesting facts about the nature and geology around you.
Your adventure ends with a 0.6-mile (1 km) hike back to your waiting vehicle, a light meal and a transfer back to Cape Town.