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Western Cape

Dine Where The Two Oceans Meet

Western Cape
Dine Where The Two Oceans Meet

Feast on the freshest seafood with a unique view of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans (either before or after a hike around the Cape Floral Kingdom). The Two Oceans Restaurant is at the Cape Point near the area where you can take a funicular or hike up to the lighthouse, which still serves as a navigational beacon for South Africa. Afterwards, have your group enjoy a fun, photographic safari of the scenic area.

Western Cape

Quad Biking In The Knysna Forests

Western Cape
Quad Biking In The Knysna Forests

Attendees can enjoy quad-biking through the Knysna Forest along the scenic Garden Route (which stretches from Mossel Bay to the Tsitsikamma Forest). Or better still, how about paragliding or helicopter flips over the area? The Garden Route has many adventure activities, which are ideal for team-building. Explore Knysna's tourist attractions, activities and the many other things to do in this area and its surroundings – from extreme adventure activities to milder, family-orientated activities.

Western Cape

Horse Riding On The Beach

Western Cape
Horse Riding On The Beach

Take your cue from a classic movie and ride off into the sunset on horseback along the idyllic Noordhoek Beach. The Imhoff Equestrian Centre in Noordhoek offers horse tours along the beach. This picture-perfect stretch of sea and sand is the quintessential setting to celebrate friends and colleagues. The wide stretches of sand on Noordhoek beach are ideal for horse riding, picnicking and enjoying the great outdoors. Create your own beach derby, followed by a visit to Imhoff Farm, where camel riding is another fun option if this tickles your fancy. Recreational, fun-loving attendees will enjoy the thrill of horse riding on the beach or over the hills and streams.

Western Cape

African Drumming In The Cape Floral Kingdom

Western Cape
African Drumming In The Cape Floral Kingdom

One of the Western Cape’s renowned World Heritage Sites lets you get into the African groove with an impromptu occasion of nature and music. In South Africa, drumming workshops are quite popular with those who love music, those who love a bit of new-age therapy and those who enjoy a bit of both. Just think of it – starry skies and the thump of African drums reverberating through the air… Drumming workshops offer participants the opportunity to get together with like-minded souls and enjoy a few hours pounding away on African drums. There are a number of private companies who will organise drumming workshops for groups, usually at an outdoor location. The facilitators of these workshops will guide you through the basics of drummings – so it's not quite a free for all – and then as a group, you will make a unified sound. Generally, drumming circles take place in the outdoors and are especially enjoyable on warm summer evenings. Drumming SA organises drumming events nationwide and specialises in team-building drumming sessions. They will also throw in a fire-eating display as an added extra.

Western Cape

Picnic With The Penguins

Western Cape
Picnic With The Penguins

Boulders Beach is a great place for a picnic. This sheltered beach near Simon’s Town, towards Cape Point, offers visitors the opportunity to view African penguins in their natural environment. The Boulders are a series of beautiful, secluded coves and beaches near the picturesque village of Simon’s Town. You can include this delightful destination on a Cape Point tour or on a scenic self-drive around the Cape Peninsula. Boulders now falls under the protection of Table Mountain National Park in order to manage the wellbeing of the colony, the associated tourism and the environment. Boulders Beach is a great choice for a day out – it is sheltered from wind, heavy waves and currents by the large rocks that look like giant marbles. The waters of False Bay are warmer than along the Atlantic seaboard. You and your delegates can find a spot on the sand for a picnic, and just relax and enjoy the scenery.

Western Cape

Treasure Hunt At The V&A Waterfront

Western Cape
Treasure Hunt At The V&A Waterfront

Urban adventures have never been this much fun. The Waterfront is the ideal place for your group to explore fantastic shops, walkways, restaurants, entertainment options and the gateway to Robben Island – as they hunt for clues, and finally all make it to the winning post. This is a fantastic, fun-filled event and is a great way of getting your delegates to experience the V&A Waterfront. Teams will gather at the designated area to start the briefing. The group is split into teams and each team is given a Race Kit, consisting of maps, cryptic questions to complete en route and tasks such as pictures to identify. They will also receive a video camera to complete some of the challenges. This is not a timed challenge but rather an adventure to see how well you complete the tasks and challenges ahead of you. Teamwork is essential and a bit of knowledge of the Waterfront will be helpful. The day could then be finished off at any restaurant or nearby conference venue for a lunch/dinner and final results.

Western Cape

A Cooking Safari In Bo-Kaap

Western Cape
A Cooking Safari In Bo-Kaap

Time for your attendees to immerse themselves in local culture by learning to cook authentic Malay dishes in the scenic Bo-Kaap area of Cape Town. Discover the fascinating history and unique culture of Bo-Kaap, tucked away under the slopes of Signal Hill. Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, this bright and vibrant neighbourhood has a rich Cape Malay culture with roots as old as Cape Town itself. The Bo-Kaap is the heart of traditional Cape Malay cuisine so treat yourself to a spicy curry and some syrupy munchies. Take the opportunity to enjoy the rich heritage of the area while supporting local entrepreneurs and businesses. Enjoy the sights and smells of the Bo-Kaap Food and Craft Market, or discover the delicious culinary secrets, for which the Bo-Kaap is known, with a Cape Malay cooking class. Whether it’s a guided day tour you want or an even richer experience in the form of an overnight home-stay with one of the local families – there are plenty of opportunities for meaningful cultural exchange, and the development of long-lasting bonds and memories. Leave the Bo-Kaap knowing that your contributions went straight to the community members of this historical district.

Western Cape

Winelands With A Difference

Western Cape
Winelands With A Difference

Take your group on a tour of the Winelands and enjoy the Cape’s fine wines. Perhaps organise a wine-tasting competition for your group, or how about a cricket match at one of the oldest wine farms in the country? Attendees can also enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride, tread grapes and blend their own wine! Many wine farms in the Western Cape offer unique experiences, for example, combining tasty treats with some of the best wine selections in the world. Unique food and wine pairings are available on various wine farms, as well as some fun wine-orientated activities. Learn about the art of winemaking with a Wine Blending Experience. Choose up to three wine components and make your own special blend. At Jordan Wine Estate, you can experience wine tasting with a difference with an hour and a half wine safari, taking in views of False Bay and Table Bay as well as the flora and fauna of the Cape Winelands while tasting wines amongst the vines. How about a guided bike tour of the town of Stellenbosch? Hear all about its interesting history, its beautiful architecture and yummy restaurants.

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