Ceres Zipslide Adventures offer the longest Zipline Tour in Africa. The tour takes place in the Schurweberg Mountains below the Koekedouw Dam in Ceres.
The town Ceres lies in the Ceres Valley and is a mere 150 km or 90 minutes drive from Cape Town and can be reached through the Michell’s Pass (from Cape Town), the Theronsberg Pass (from Touws River) or the Gydo Pass (from Citrusdal).
You slide Zigzag across the Koekedouw River on 8 different cables from one platform to the other. The slides vary from 100-290m in length and the highest point is 40m above the ground.
Tours depart every 30 min and groups sizes can be up to 12 people who are accompanied by 2 professional guides.
Children from 3 years can join in the fun, but will be sliding Tandem with either a parent or one of our lead guides.
Daily (preferably by appointment)
Where: The office situated at the "Natuurtuin" (Nature garden) as you enter Ceres from the Mitchells Pass opposite the Golf Course.
079 245 0354 or 078 063 5134
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