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MORNINGS ARE MADE IN AFRICA

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WAKE UP TO ADVENTURE IN CAPE TOWN WITH ESCAPE+EXPLORE

What’s your morning routine? Does it involve a casual hike, a spot of paddle boarding, or a session of yoga in the company of sharks? Maybe not on your average workday, but this week is different. Those who joined Escape+Explore for an adventure this morning can testify that there’s nothing quite like a sunrise view of the city, a scenic drift along the canals, or a ‘calming’ predator workout to boost your energy ahead of a day of networking and partying.

But if you didn’t make it this AM, never fear! Head over to their pitchside Rescue Truck to get involved tomorrow or Thursday morning (we recommend grabbing one of their revitalising African-inspired power drinks while you’re there)… But hurry! Spaces are limited and filling up fast.

Here’s a reminder of the adventures on offer:

SUPingSUP THE CITY
Paddle through the early morning mist on the V&A Waterfront Canal system while the sun rises over Cape Town. Starting with some coffee and a briefing on the water’s edge at Rubens Terrace, part of One&Only Cape Town, you’ll paddle silently through the exclusive canals to a magnificent view of Table Mountain being lit up by the morning sun.
E+E Predator Yoga (3)PREDATOR YOGA
Awake with a snap and be one of the privileged few to enjoy a quiet and unique yoga experience under the Predator Tank at the Aquarium, exclusively opened for the We Are Africa tribe. Under the guidance of one of Escape+Explore’s Stand Up Paddle ‘Boga Yoga’ Instructors, you’ll enjoy the dry-land version of a class normally taken on the water, with ragged tooth sharks and stingrays circling above you.
Tame the Lion (1)TAME THE LION
Hike or trail-run up Lion’s Head on one of the city’s most awe-inspiring courses. Circle the mountain to a view point (not the top) that will offer 360 degree views of the Atlantic Seaboard, City Bowl and Table Mountain. Enjoy some breakfast treats watching the sunrise over the city bowl before circling back down the mountain.

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Katie Palmer
Katie Palmer is Editorial Manager for This is Beyond

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