Zipline Over Forests + Valleys + Waterfalls in Grabouw

Zipline Over Forests + Valleys + Waterfalls in Grabouw

An exhilarating excursion into apple country.

Whizzing over a gaping canyon along a steel cable is not for the faint of heart. If it’s the sort of thing that revs your motor, then head out to Grabouw for an adventure that involves soaring over forests, valleys and waterfalls.

A zipline trip in Grabouw

Grabouw Zipline

Based in the Hottentots-Holland Nature Reserve, about an hour out of Cape Town, the tour kicks off with a 4×4 ride high into the mountains, where guests are supervised by professional guides and attached to cables that run from platform to platform.

The tours depart on the hour, and each takes around four-and-a-half-hours. There are 11 slides in total, some as long as 320 metres, and each ending on a platform built amid the fynbos and craggy mountain slopes. At one point, you’ll cross a suspension bridge that runs over a majestic double waterfall – all in a day’s work for rugged mountain adventurers.

Included in the tour package:

  • the services of two professional guides
  • fully guided mountain-top zipline tour
  • 4×4 experience from the base camp to the location, and back again

If you’re keen on a high-flying adventure amid spectacular surroundings, this one’s for you. Dress warmly; it gets nippy up high.

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Good to know

  • Transfers are available from Cape Town for specific time slots (add at online check-out).
  • Group sizes are around nine people, but private tours for fewer numbers are available.
  • Children aged 5 – 7 years will zip in tandem with a guide (not a parent); older children may zip alone if they want to.
  • The tour does not operate when there is both wind and rain (storm conditions).

Covid precautions

  • Online check-in and payment are encouraged to reduce contact.
  • All guests and staff are screened and contact traced.
  • Registration, safety briefings and kit-up will take place in a socially distanced environment.
  • Social-distancing measures are in place, such as smaller group sizes.
  • In addition to your mask, gloves are provided and guides also wear a mask.
  • Use the provided sanitiser and wash your hands regularly.
  • An open-sided 4×4 vehicle transports you to the first platform.
  • The restaurant and coffeeshop services may be limited.

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Forestry Road Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve near Grabouw (via R321) Western Cape