update (14 Jan 2015): Check out Cape Canopy Tour's latest promotional video:
update (22 Aug 2014): The Cape Canopy Tour is open! Get ready for 13 elevated platforms, a suspension bridge 50 meters over beautiful waterfalls and more than 2 kilometers of cable for 11 exciting slides!
update (15 Aug 2014): Canopy Tours South Africa has been taking bookings from August 2014 for the Cape Canopy Tour but will do a big launch when the summer hits!
update (12 Aug 2014): It seems that Canopy Tours South Africa is opening the Cape Canopy Tour in August 2014...
update (09 July 2014): Canopy Tours South Africa is currently looking at opening the new Cape Canopy Tour in LATE July 2014.
update (23 May 2014): Canopy Tours South Africa is currently looking at opening the new Cape Canopy Tour in July 2014.
update (17 April 2014): The Cape Canopy Tour will be opening in May 2014.
Canopy Tours South Africa has partnered with Cape Nature to open its 7th location in South Africa in April 2014 (around Easter). The new Cape Canopy Tour is situated within the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve in the Western Cape. The canopy tour will consist of 13 platforms and slides up to 320m long. It is set among the cliffs, forest, waterfalls and endemic fynbos of the nature reserve.
The Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve lies in the Hottentots Holland mountains, some 90km south east of Cape Town. The 70 000ha reserve stretches from Elgin in the south to beyond Villiersdorp in the north, and from the Stellenbosch mountains in the west, eastwards to the Groenland mountains. The entrance to the reserve is at Nuweberg, high in Viljoen's Pass between Grabouw and Villiersdorp.Canopy Tours South Africa's other six tour locations include the Magaliesberg Canopy Tour (Magaliesburg), Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour (Storms River Village), Karkloof Canopy Tour (Karkloof), Magoebaskloof Canopy Tour (between the towns of Haenertsburg and Tzaneen), Drakensberg Canopy Tour (opposite Drakensberg Sun) and the Malolotja Canopy Tour (Swaziland, on the Piggs Peak road).