Painting with light: nighttime zipline!
14 November 2017
14 November 2017
Our first sunset-full moon zipline of the season proved to be a pretty splendid ‘night out’ in the mountains: aside from the spectacular views, it was also a celebration of true bravery. While it takes courage to even consider hurtling through the darkness attached to a cable, the real heroes were the large contingent of volunteer fire-fighters invited by Ryan (a volunteer fire-fighter himself) to have some fun in the great outdoors.
Talented photographers-fire fighters, David Morris and Andrew Hagen, captured the magic of the colourful LED lights worn by some of the intrepid adventurers as they soared the night-sky, creating a flight path that looked like it belonged to the lesser spotted Christmas unicorn.
And then, a few of our own shots… captured on nothing fancier than an iPhone. Some of these shots will give you an idea of just how dark it really is!
If this has whet your adventurous wanderlust, be sure to book your place now if you want to experience this unique rush – there are only 2 tours left. For details, click here.
How do YOU celebrate your heritage? We’re proud of our ‘natural’ South African heritage and that we get to share the magic of ziplining in the great outdoors.Our specially trained guides share their knowledge of endemic flora and fauna for a truly educational experience in 6 branches across the country (with another one in eSwatini)…
We’re truly proud to announce that this year, all our branches listed on TripAdvisor have received Certificates of Excellence and Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour was admitted to the Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame as they have been awarded one for the past 5 years. They also received the converted Travelers’ Choice award for being one…
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