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Abseiling involves the use of a rope to control your descent through a vertical drop. Abseil Africa helps you experience that exact sensation along with activities such as kloofing, and hiking on the iconic Table Mountain. The best part of the experience is being able to get an adrenaline rush while experiencing the great beauty that surrounds you. Their office Is open Monday to Friday from 9a to 4p.
The Green Point Urban Park surrounds the international soccer stadium in Cape Town. The plans for its construction came into motion in 2008, and the urban space was finally open to public in 2011. Utilized by the residents around the area, the park is one of the best community spaces in the area. Amenities include a fitness area, a platform for performing arts, a picnic spot for families, bike paths and beautiful trails running along the creek. Guided tours of the park are offered for a small price.
The Pavilion, bordering on the Western Seaboard, is a sparkling swimming pool complex open to the public throughout the year. The pools in the complex differ from those in the Cape as they contain chlorinated seawater, resulting in a much more natural experience. The complex has two children's pools, one diving pool and one huge pool catering to all ages.
The Table Mountain National Park was demarcated as a protected zone in 1998. The Table Mountain is populated by a rare form of shrubland known as Fynbos. The South African National Park is also a part of UNESCO’s Cape Floral Region World Heritage Site. Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope are the two famous landmarks of the area. The park is home to a vibrant variety of wildlife, especially larger animals like leopards, black rhinoceros and bontebok.
This majestic sandstone mountain is undoubtedly Cape Town's most well known and well loved landmark. Its flat "table top" stretches for three kilometers and is flanked by Devil's Peak on one side and Lion's Head on the other. When a south-easterly wind blows, the top is obscured by a large white tablecloth of cloud that pours over its steep northern face. At other times when the skies are cloudless, the flat topography of the mountain can be viewed in its best form, glinting proudly against the morning sun. The Table Mountain Reserve is home to an impressive range of indigenous flora, including many endemic species, and is also home to the incredibly rare Ghost Frog, an amphibian only spotted in South Africa's mountain streams. Raptors like jackal buzzards, African harrier-hawks and rock kestrels can be seen circling the skies above the mountain. The mountain is a treat for hikers, climbers and amblers with over 550 well-established paths along its magnificent stretch. The table's Aerial Cableway gives a single rotation on the five-minute ascent/descent, giving passengers a sweeping view of the gorgeous scenery below.
Set in beautiful surroundings on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, this magnificent 538-hectare (1329.43 acre) garden features a rich diversity of indigenous South African plants. The lower portion of Kirstenbosch consists of large flowerbeds and expansive lawns while higher up the slopes, the cultivated garden gives way to natural forest and fynbos. At the main entrance, an impressive conservatory houses a wide variety of plants from other climatic regions of South Africa. There is a restaurant, an information desk and a great shop. Come summertime, the gardens host the annual, magical Sunset Concerts. The gardens also have their own Stone Cottage which can be hired for various events like lectures, meeting and such other events. The cottage can accommodate about 60 people and has a self-catering service.
Llandudno is a part of the suburbs Cape Town in Africa. The area was named after a Welsh Township, which it very closely resembles. Its location by the lovely beaches along the Atlantic Ocean makes it a prime real estate area. The water itself is popular with surfers: the rough seas create quite an adventurous challenge. The blue seas are a sharp contrast to the dramatic mountain peaks and the grey granite constructions: a picturesque scenery.
Established in the year 1989, the Action Paintball arena, located in the Kommetjie village, is one of the most popular weekend destinations for teenagers in the area. The game involves a live battlefield with paint guns, requiring all the stealth, intelligence and skill you have. Action Paintball also offers their arena to corporate events, which is a fun change from the formalities of a business life. Specially designed parties for big groups of kids are also organized.