Riaan and Margreet the midwife head to Plettenberg bay airport to do some skydiving. The garden route is known for its stunning views and this is probably the best there is. Rivers, forests and the Atlantic Ocean are all that can be seen for miles as they fall through the sky at 200km p/h.
The Drakensberg is a place of fascination for people around the world. Translated to Dragon Mountains, formed in ancient times by volcanic activity - and with the ever-present clouds surrounding these giants, they still appear as dormant dragons, still smoking.
Riaan meets up with Woman’s Health editor, Wanita, to snorkel with Cape Town’s famous fur seals. Heading off to an island off the coast of Hout Bay they enter the icy Atlantic waters to swim with the “dogs of the sea” and the Great White shark’s primary diet.
Riaan meets up with Cape Town chef Reuben to do some deep-sea fishing. Heading out to Cape Point, a great spot for yellow fin tuna and Dorado, they cast off for the catch of the day. Fighting seals, big waves and the fish themselves, Riaan and Reuben experience fishing as they never have before.
Architect and property developer Greg meets up with Riaan to do something most 20-year-olds would consider extreme, canyoning through the Storms River! Once in the canyon the only way through is to jump off cliffs, scale rock faces and swim in 4˚ Celsius water to the other side.
After getting a puncture on the unforgiving Klahari terrain, Riaan meats up with 4x4 expert Andre and they head out into the wild Kalahari outback to take on the sand dunes and salt pans in Andre’s customized 4x4.
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