Fly by night: sunset full-moon zipline adventures!
26 October 2017
26 October 2017
If you have flown through the mountains before but wondered what it might be like to see the sun set high above the world, join us for one of our limited edition night-time excursions.
Enjoy a light meal at base before we take you up into the magnificent Kogelberg Biosphere where you’ll be treated to spectacular views as the sky is set on fire by the sinking sun. Drink in the beauty as the colours fade and shadows lengthen before turning on your headlamp (you need to bring one of these in order to see) to speed through the darkness. Nothing compares to the rush of ziplining beneath a dome of stars and catching your first glimpse of the full moon as it ascends into the heavens.
#unzipAdventure in the dark: Enjoy the unique rush of ziplining through the mountains by moonlight. Only a few spots left, so reserve your place now to avoid missing out!
1. Click here
2. Select Saturday, 4 November (2 December or 3 February 2018)
3. Choose the 6pm time slot.
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