The world’s longest over-ocean zipline in Mossel Bay, 384km from Cape Town, is a must for adrenaline junkies not afraid of hurtling through space at 80km/h.
Costing R450 for the experience, the thrilling 1.2km ride – from the top of the rocky cliffs above the Point to the landing platform 1 100 metres below – has at long last been opened officially.
The zipline was approved by the Mossel Bay Municipality in 2017 and stretches from the St Blaize trail to the deck of the Shark Lab Mini Aquarium at the Point.
For those too scared to try it on their own, you are able to enjoy it riding tandem with a guide.
Clinton Lerm, one of the directors behind the new adventure facility, said: “The experience will provide speeds of up to 80km/h with incredible views of the cliffs, the sea and marine life.”
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