Freewalker Adventure Travel had their hands full this June looking after 34 Adventure Students. The Group had arranged for us to do 3 different weekend adventures for them, each unique in its own.
Our first full weekend had to be seriously impressive as there were a bunch of big adventure activities to be done, and in big numbers. First on the list was the waterfall zipline, bungy jumping and elephant walks on the Friday, followed by us booking out an entire wing of a beach restaurant in Plett. The following morning we were up before sunrise to get to the Great White Shark cage diving. The Sharks were ridiculously active and gave the Students a real good show. After watching these fascinating monsters we took the whole afternoon to get all the sky diving out the way as well as breaking up the group to do seal diving. Saturday night we had some good celebrations to get out the way after a very successful day. On Sunday morning early the group went on a Whale watching safari, with neap tide about it was a very interesting launch over the beach.
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The first weekend drew to a close as we dropped the group off after a long and successful adventure enjoyed by everyone. We look forward to seeing what the Group will be getting up to next year…
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