An exciting treasure hunt where teams will use the clues in their Race Book and Maps provided to navigate their way around the spectacular Cape Peninsula. Teams will have to locate various checkpoints and complete tasks Amazing Race style. The Cape Peninsula is one of the most beautiful, diverse and spectacular landscapes in the world.
In the Cape Point Amazing Race you will not only get to experience this but you will be able to meet the locals, explore the cultures and hotspots, stop at some of the Cape’s best kept secrets and complete many fun challenges and activities along the way. Be prepared.
The Group will be divided into smaller teams and each team will receive a race kit containing maps, a team passport, a race book with navigational clues and questions they need to answer en-route.
Teams will follow clues in the Race Book to locate the checkpoints at scenic hotspots and points of interest around the peninsula. You will need to determine the best route to each point. At each checkpoint the team will get their Amazing Race Passport Stamped by a flag wielding marshal. At each checkpoint the team will need to answer questions or perform a task. Each completed challenge, task or clue will lead you to the next stage.
Various activities can be included in the Cape Point Amazing Race in challenges that range from mild to wild! Some of these challenges could include:
- Fear Factor challenge
- Social Media challenge
- 30 Seconds
- Paddle challenge/ Cast a fishing line
- Posing for Word art Photos
- Doing a local beadwork activity
- Visiting Cape Point
- Visiting Boulders Penguin Colony (at Leisure- after lunch)
Start: Cape Town City or Suburbs
Finish: Restaurant or picnic venue of your choice
Cost: Per Person ex Vat valid until December 2018
||30 - 39
||40 - 49
||50 - 69
||70 - 89
Transport: Quote provided based on number of people
Check out some pictures of our lastest Peninsula Amazing Race Events
for The Cape Peninsula Amazing Race - a day of fun and discovery whilst finding clues and performing tasks to explore the Cape Peninsula.
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