Sunset & starlight zipline: a magical adventure!
2 January 2017
2 January 2017
If the thought of going back to work (or school) next week has you feeling blue, come and join us on Saturday, January 14th for our 2nd full moon zipline! Enjoy a spectacular sunset and magnificent views high up in the mountains as night begins to fall and then soar through the darkness beneath a dome of glittering stars: it’s a truly unique and magical experience that’ll leave you on a natural high & ready to face 2017’s new beginnings.
Arrive at our Head Quarters in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve by 5.30pm for a light meal & safety briefing before a scenic 4×4 drive to the top (our free signature deep tissue African massage *wink*) and gentle stroll to The Rabbit Hole at Platform 1 as the light fades. With the backdrop of a fiery sunset, the real adventure begins…
Spaces are limited and our last nighttime tour sold out quickly so be sure to book your spot now by clicking here.
To whet your appetite for adventure, here’s some photos from last month’s adventure:
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