Kayaking with dolphins in Cape Town is a must for all adventure seekers

Explore Cape Town from a different vantage point by kayaking along the Table Bay coastline in the cool Atlantic waters. The refreshing sea breeze beats the Cape Town heat. Also read: Two Oceans Foundation returns 69 rehabilitated sea turtles to the ocean A different approach to sightseeing in Cape Town and a must for all ocean lovers.  The trip starts... Read more → The post Kayaking with dolphins in Cape Town is a must for all adventure seekers appeared first on CapeTown ETC.

Kayaking with dolphins in Cape Town is a must for all adventure seekers

Explore Cape Town from a different vantage point by kayaking along the Table Bay coastline in the cool Atlantic waters. The refreshing sea breeze beats the Cape Town heat.


Also read: Two Oceans Foundation returns 69 rehabilitated sea turtles to the ocean


A different approach to sightseeing in Cape Town and a must for all ocean lovers. 

Picture: Cape Kayak Adventures

The trip starts from Three Anchor Bay and journeys towards Granger Bay or Bantry Bay, with spectacular views of the Mother City.

The trip to Granger Bay goes past the Green Point Lighthouse, the wrecks of the Seafarer and RMS Athens, while the Bantry Bay route offers uninterrupted views of Signal Hill, Lion’s Head, Table Mountain and the 12 Apostles.

Picture: Cape Kayak Adventures

Picture: Cape Kayak Adventure

Whether you opt for the early morning trip, the best time to spot the dolphins or a late afternoon sunset trip, kayaking on the Atlantic should be on your “Things to do in Cape Town” bucket list.

The need to know:

  • Cape Kayak Adventures
  • 179 Beach Road, Mouille Point, Cape Town
  • +27 083 346 1146
  • kayak.activitar.com

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Picture: Kayak Cape Adventures

 

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