Kayak along Cape Town's most iconic shorelines. Get up close to inquisitive seals at the seal sanctuary, paddle along the granite cliffs of Chapman’s Peak and just enjoy the beauty of the fishing village of Hout Bay.
Kayaking is vastly becoming one of the top Adventure Activities that Cape Town has to offer. With our guided Kayak Tour in Hout Bay and state of the art equipment - let Kayak Adventures take you on a scenic excursion that you won't forget.
On our guided kayak tour you will explore one of Cape Town’s most iconic shorelines. You can look forward to seeing the seal sanctuary, amazing marine life and Chapman’s Peak from shore. Marine life that you might encounter while kayaking: Seals, Penguins, Dolphins, Whales and Sunfish… just to name a few.
Hout Bay is a destination on its own. (Afrikaans: Houtbaai, meaning "Wood Bay") is a lively fishing village 20km from Cape Town central known for its scenic views, the best fish and chips and the neighbourhood's most loved market. The Cape Fur Seal Sanctuary is on Duiker Island which is just around the corner of the massive rocky mountain called The Sentinel that stands guard over the harbour. Seals gambol and 'flipper wave' all around the harbour and are part of the charm of this lovely coastal town.
This is a chance to get out on the open ocean and get a spectacularly different view of Cape Town's beautiful coastline and mountains. This is a great outdoor activity for the whole family. You will also encounter other amazing marine life as your kayak guide leads you around the bay.
Safety is paramount and life jackets are provided.
This activity is weather dependent!
Swim wear and towel
Hat and sun screen
Jacket [the sea can be cold]
Change of clothes for after your kayak adventure
Age restriction: Min age is 10 unless accompanied by an adult
Passengers per Kayak: max 2 per kayak. But you do not need a partner to kayak with us.
Dress Code: Casual - Beach. Bring jacket or warm top. Clothes might get wet.
This activity is perfect for beginners and experienced kayakers. The water is calm and you will always have a guide close by to assist.
Bring your swimwear and a towel
Water temp varies from 10°C to 16°C
The trip is weather dependent. Weather assessed on day as activity cannot be performed in dangerous or bad weather.
Life jackets provided
We recommend that you always stay within 100m of the group.
If you are prone to motion sickness - we recommend you take motion sickness tablets before the trip.
Must sign waiver