Catch The Wind About


Catch The Wind is a guide to local adventures in the Cape Town South Peninsula

Catch The Wind is a metaphor for making the most of opportunity. If you had to type in ‘things to do in the South Peninsula’, then we would hope you would find the wealth of information that we give on this webpage. This website provides you with all the information you will need to harness the opportunity to enjoy the unique and exciting experiences available in the South Peninsula. Here we provide a service that offers visitors the local knowledge and insight to make the most of their trip to visit the scenic and spectacular ‘Deep South’. We provide opportunities to local businesses to showcase their products and services on our website, and we aim to promote local and international adventure tourism to the South Peninsula through our blog posts and various online campaigns in collaboration with local businesses in the South Peninsula.

We invite you to Catch The Wind and set your soul free in the Cape Town South Peninsula where some of the adventure activities that you can enjoy include: swimming, surfing, sailing, kayaking, diving, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, skateboarding and the simple relaxation of taking in the beautiful natural scenery.

Ride that perfect wave in the world famous surfers paradise - Long Beach Kommetjie. Revel in the off-shore wind that makes Witsands the kite surfers’ ultimate air rush of adrenaline. Show off your awesome kicks on one of the many skateboarding spots hidden in secret locations that you can learn about on this website. Swim in the pristine ocean at the tidal pools at Dalebrook, Woolies and Skellies pool to name a few. Test your metal against the challenging mountain biking tracks from Silvermine to Cape Point. Whatever your adventure poison, you will need to feed your energy and find out exactly where the coolest places are. You can find it all, from great coffee spots to comfortable and budget friendly overnight accommodation, in this directory for Adventures in the South Peninsula.

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