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The Cape Town Adventurer
South Africa



Chic & Ethic

Cape Town, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, has many surprises in store for you. Whether you're a thrill-seeker or simply want to be tempted by an original experience, this trip is for you.



Length of stay

11 days / 10 nights

Minimum number of participants

Price per person based on double room Based on 10 people € 1 699 Based on 8 people € 1 780 6 people €1,975 Based on 4 people € 2 239 Based on 2 people € 3 280
Customisable programme


Hiking and abseiling
Kayak trip
Discover the Franschhoek valley on a scooter
For the more adventurous, an ostrich race
Tandem skydiving
Face to face with sharks & seals

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Day 1: Arrival in Cape Town

Welcome to Africa

Welcome to Africa

International flights are not included in this trip. Human Trip can arrange your flights from home.

After collecting your luggage, you will be welcomed by our local French-speaking representative, who will give you your travel documents.

Lunch and dinner on your own. Night at The Lions guest house or similar.

Depending on your arrival time, you can visit the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (this is an optional extra).

Day 2: Table Mountain

A winning combination (hiking & abseiling)

A winning combination (hiking & abseiling)

Head to the foot of one of the seven natural wonders of the world: Table Mountain. Hikers enjoy this natural wonder all year round. The Platteklip Gorge hike is intermediate level and offers breathtaking views over Cape Town Bay and its beautiful scenery.

Arriving at the top of the mountain, 1000m above sea level, an abseiling descent awaits you on the cliff side. Hold on tight for this 112m controlled descent overlooking one of the finest views in Cape Town.

Afternoon free to explore the bustling harbour and the iconic V&A Waterfront. To round off your day, we suggest you embark on a Waterfront cruise to relax and enjoy the sunset.

Day 3: The tip of the Cape Peninsula

A paddle

A paddle

We meet in Simon's Town in good spirits and set off by kayak. You'll have to paddle to observe a colony of penguins that have chosen Boulder's beach as their habitat.

On the way back, stop off at Muizenberg to discover the mythical colourful huts facing the ocean.

In the late afternoon, head to the Bo-kapp district where you can try your hand at local cuisine with a local woman.

Day 4: Slalom through the vineyards



Discovering the Franschhoek Valley by scooter is a unique experience and offers an adventurous way to explore the magnificent mountains surrounding the valley. During the tour, you will freewheel along sections of the historic 1825 Holloway Pass and 1819 Cats Path wagon trail which ends at the Haute Cabrière Cellar restaurant.

Day 5: A vertiginous run to Oudtshoorn

Don't bury your head in the sand

Don't bury your head in the sand

Early departure for Cape Point ostrich farm. This is a unique experience for visitors to the Western Cape.

The ranch offers tours with high-quality information, speciality shops and an ostrich meat restaurant. For the more adventurous, there's the option of an ostrich ride.

Head to Oudtshoorn, the "ostrich capital of the world", for a visit like no other. Start with a cultural tour of the cave and then descend deeper into the cave. At this point, the visit becomes progressively more difficult, with 2,000 steps and very narrow spaces to squeeze through.

Day 6: Thrills and spills at Tsitsikamma

Spend it

Spend it

The day's programme includes a range of thrilling activities. You can try your hand at canoeing, kayaking, zip-lining or other activities of varying degrees of intensity (optional).

Day 7: The big jump and the Dragon Dunes

Surf a dune

Surf a dune

Continue on the N2 along the Garden Route. On the way, stop off at Bloukrans Bungy, the world's highest commercial bridge. Enjoy the world's highest bungee jump, 216 metres above sea level. Continue to the seaside resort of Mossel Bay to enjoy the beach.

In the early afternoon, 10 minutes from Mossel Bay, head to the famous Dragon Dune for an afternoon of fun. Situated on private land, South Africa's largest and longest sand ski slope offers an authentic experience where footprints don't exist.

Day 8: Freefall in Mossel Bay



Tandem skydiving in Mossel Bay, South Africa, is an experience you'll never forget! Not only will you enjoy all the thrill and excitement of freefall on your first jump, but you'll also take a scenic flight over the Mossel Bay area with views of the Indian Ocean, the Outeniqua Mountains and beautiful beaches!

Day 9: Gansbaai white shark

Get your teeth out of the sea

Get your teeth out of the sea

Depending on the tides and sea conditions, you will be collected from the meeting point early in the morning. Gansbaai is the preferred spot for thrill-seekers to observe white sharks and get up close to them in their natural environment.

Day 10: Seals or whales

At sea

At sea

We're off to Hout Bay. This small fishing village will be the starting point for your cruise to Duiker Island, where you can immerse yourself in the world of seals.

Depending on the season, this day could be transformed into a cruise aboard a catamaran to observe these impressive marine mammals up close. They approach the South African coast to give birth and the experience of seeing them up close is truly incredible.

In the late afternoon, you can join Cliff Path, one of the town's must-see trails, for a 12km walk. Walk along the coastline and enjoy this moment of freedom.

Day 11: Time to set off again

Rest for your muscles

Rest for your muscles

Day at leisure. Depending on the time of your return flight, you may be able to plan another activity or a visit to Robben Island. You still have time to enjoy a few moments of happiness, so make the most of them. Stroll through the colourful markets of Cape Town and leave with plenty of souvenirs.

Departure from Cape Town.

Price per person from 1699 inc VAT

- Based on 10 participants

This price includes :

  • Welcome and assistance at the airport on Day 1 by our local French-speaking representative. Your English-speaking guide will accompany you throughout your trip.
  • Travel pack with details of the programme (one per family). 24-hour on-site assistance for the duration of your stay.
  • Transport by car or air-conditioned minibus (depending on the number of participants). Accommodation in guesthouses on a double basis, with bath or shower.
  • Meals mentioned in the above programme.
  • Various car-related costs: petrol, tolls, parking, etc. Local taxes (15% to date)
  • SATIB guarantee (full guarantee of funds deposited). Luggage allowance.
  • Activities and excursions listed in the programme above.
  • Day 2: Hike, abseiling down Table Mountain and return ticket for the cable car ascent.
  • Day 3: Entry to and visit of the Cape of Good Hope peninsula, kayaking on False Bay and cookery class with a local Malay woman.
  • Day 4: Discover the Franschhoek vineyards on a scooter.
  • Day 5: Visit to the ostrich farm and an adventure tour of the Cango caves.
  • Day 6: Entrance fees to Tsitsikamma Park.

At your expense /The price does not include :

  • International flights and airport taxes.
  • Meals not mentioned in the above programme.
  • Suggested optional activities and sites not indicated in the "price includes" section. Drinks and personal expenses.
  • Tips for guides, drivers and rangers (at your discretion, allow around R20 to R100 per day).
  • Travel insurance (please contact us for details).


Accommodation in guesthouses on a double basis, with bath or shower

Climate and equipment

In Cape Town, the average temperature ranges from 12°C in July to 21°C in January and February. Summer temperatures are not too high, due to the influence of the ocean, although sometimes a hot, dry wind, the Berg, which can raise the temperature to around 35 degrees, can blow down from the mountains. On the contrary, often in summer the Cape Doctor, a strong southerly breeze that refreshes and purifies the air from pollution, blows in from the sea. Above Table Mountain, the flat mountain about a thousand metres high that lies close to the city, a layer of cloud, known colloquially to the locals as "the slick", often forms.
In Cape Town, the sunshine is very good in summer, when the sky is often clear, but it is also good in winter: in June and July there are 6 hours of sunshine a day. The best time is from December to February, when the sun shines and the breeze blows.


Be in possession of a certificate of good physical health.
No vaccinations required
Recommended vaccinations: Hepatitis A, B and typhoid.
Anti-malarial treatment recommended.
Water: drink only bottled mineral water.
More information on the Pasteur website.



For tourist stays in South Africa of less than 90 days, holders of a French passport (ordinary, diplomatic or service) are exempt from the visa requirement. A 90-day residence permit will be issued at the border and on entry to South Africa.
The passport must have two blank pages and still be valid 30 days after the planned date of departure from South Africa.
Please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website and register on Ariane

Our opinion

Days full of activities to discover this part of South Africa

The + humans trip

- An invigorating holiday where your adventurous and extreme sports soul will be awakened and challenged every day.

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