You can’t tell me bungee jumping is not on your list of things to try out. This is also a must when you do happen to visit Soweto. This is the favourite activity for Joburgers and a constant stream of tourists making for great Instagram and Snapchat posts. We get it and we love it too. So if you’re feeling frisky, it’s time to go all the way and over the edge! Equally as exhilarating is the thrill of watching others take the plunge.
SCAD, also known as suspended catch air device, is a favourite among adrenaline junkies. They have the world’s highest SCAD freefall in the western cooling tower of the Towers. So, if you are looking for the ultimate thrill, there’s one more thing to add to your bucket list, and SCAD Freefall is it!
Talk about bungee jumping with a twist for all the extreme adrenaline lovers this is a chance for you to bungee jump in a straitjacket. This is where you get to wear their custom made straitjacket and tumble down without the use of your arms. Scary stuff right? Before you try it out make sure your weight is between 35kgs to 110kg. So let’s go!
If you’re in a combat mood then, of course, there is paintball! Pre-book and you are set for some hardcore fun. Serious fun for groups inside the bottom of the Western Cooling Tower. The price includes 200 balls, one cylinder refill, one mask and overall rental per person. Who’s on my team?
They might not have that flat-topped mountain, but they definitely have some rad wall climbing. So you can feed your inner adventure monster any time – no excuses. To make sure you do so you have to join in and 25m climbing wall and challenge your abilities from different angles.
If you are an experienced jumper this is definitely your playground. The Orlando Towers are base jump friendly, however, this is only for experienced jumpers and must be pre-arranged. So if you’re a pro tired of mingling with the newbies, this one is just for you. Go flaunt your skills and show the young ones how it’s done.
The view is great from up here, come see for yourself. With that said make sure you travel up side of the Western Cooling Tower in their lift and get a 360 degree view of Soweto from their viewing platform. Are you tagging along with us, cause we’re going!
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