What you get: R150 Discount
- Take off from Lion’s Head or Signal Hill, over the Atlantic Seaboard of Cape Town
- Accompanied by trained and experienced guides
- Guests of all ages and fitness levels welcome, disabled-friendly
Soaring high over Cape Town’s iconic mountains makes tandem paragliding a truly awesome experience. With flights taking off from Lion’s Head or Signal Hill, visitors get a bird’s eye view of the city that is like no other. Cape Town Tandem Paragliding accepts guests of all ages and fitness, as their trained and experienced guides accompany each flight to ensure the safest and most exhilarating experience possible.
Cape Town Tandem Paragliding involves a passenger being securely strapped into a flying harness in front of a trained pilot. The passenger is securely connected to both the pilot and the glider by spreader bars. Cape Town Tandem Paragliding launches from two sites in Cape Town, that vary depending on the wind direction: Lion’s Head and Signal Hill. The popular Lion’s Head launch site has a lower launch allowing for trips during strong wind, as well as an upper launch for light wind. Launches from Signal Hill require a North-Westerly or Westerly wind for an ideal flight.
City Pass special
Pass holders receive a discount on their flight: R150.
- Flights scheduled every hour, on the hour
- Due to wind variability flight times may vary
- Booking essential
Tandem Paragliding Cape Town
Advice for visitors
When flying from Lion’s Head, it’s important to note that you must hike to your launch point on the mountain. It’s not a challenging hike, but guests will need to wear appropriate clothes and shoes and bring water. Tandem Paragliding instructors will make every effort to give you the longest possible flight (up to 30-minutes), but the duration is dependent on wind conditions. Ask your guide about the in-flight photo and video options to capture your high-flying memories forever.
Did you know
Cape Town Tandem Paragliding is disabled friendly. The company has experience flying with all kinds of guests, including young, old and paraplegic adventurers. As these guides see it, there’s no reason to prevent anyone from experience the sights and sensations of soaring through the air over Cape Town.