Real Cape Adventures CC is a proud pioneer of commercial sea kayaking in Southern Africa, starting in the Cape in the early 1990's. It was a traumatic time in South Africa and founder Johan Loots decided it was an opportunity to expand upon his professional career as educator and psychologist to also embark on adventure tourism with a focus on sea kayaking, a lifetime passion. Taking a professional stance from the outset he contracted with the SA Marine Authority to lay down the first safety requirements for sea kayaking. He simultaneously registered the first sea kayak guide course through SATOUR, going on to write two books on the skills of sea kayaking, the first covering Southern Africa and the latter, the world. The latter book was soon translated into the world's five major languages. After wrestling with the authorities REAL CAPE ADVENTURES eventually obtained a permit to operate off all Cape Beaches, which he did, towing his kayaks from Cape Town Tourism's Office in the city, where he picked up his customers, to Three Anchor Bay, Hout Bay and Simonstown, amongst other beaches, eventually having semi-permanent stands in Hout Bay and Simonstown. The destinations were soon expanded to include various locations up the West Coast as well as up the East Coast. From there he extended his operations to Mozambique, Namibia and Gabon, amongst others, most recently being instrumental in the setting up of a sea kayak operation along the famous Camino de Santiago in Spain. Beyond Covid, one of South Africa's original adventure companies is looking forward to a rosy future as the world acknowledges the need for eco-sensitive tourism, which is what the company offers par excellence. South Africans are fortunate indeed to have a world class company of the calibre of REAL CAPE ADVENTURES on its doorstep. If you have not availed yourself of a Real Cape kayak adventure yet,now is the time to indulge yourself. To find out what's on offer ph 0825562520 or email email@example.com or see www.realcape.co.za .
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