Chapman’s Peak Hike

Chapman’s Peak is situated south west of Cape Town, overlooking the Fishing Town of Hout Bay and has arguably one of the most beautiful Cliffside drives in the world. The drive links Hout Bay and Noordhoek Farming Village, the gateway to the “deep south” of the Cape Peninsula. From Houtbay,

Table Mountain: Hiking Tranquility Cracks

The face of Table Mountain is so well publicised, that it is the first to catch the attention of most guests and adventurers to Cape Town. However, there are other hidden faces on this mountain that are worth exploring. One of these is the Tranquility Cracks. Sizeable caverns within the

Woodstock Cave Hike

Woodstock Cave Hike is a memorable trail that starts from Rhodes Memorial on the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Devils Peak. A relatively easy hike, however, in winter, be prepared for slippery clay trails up and down the mountain. This clay is the sedimentary layer of soil that makes up

Devils Peak Hike: Better the Devil you know

Devil’s Peak forms part of the mountainous backdrop of Cape Town. At just over 1000m above sea level it is the longest summit on the Cape Peninsula. Give yourself a comfortable 5-6 hours on this giant as you spiral your way around her curves admiring the panoramic beauty of Cape

Suicide Gorge Hike

There is not much fun that is too far from Cape Town. Suicide Gorge Hike take your an hour’s drive up and off the N2 highway, over delicious apple country and into the Hottentots Holland Mountains. However, this is no apple picking adventure. I have long awaited this death-defying adventure,

Echo Valley Hike: 50 Shades of Gray

This adventure of man and a woman began above the mountains above Muizenberg, St James, and Kalk Bay. Through clouds and magical forests to amphitheaters and caves that hid a fiery dragon behind her veil. Echo Valley Hike, inspired by adventure and not the romance, my university friend and I