White Water Rafting
The Sabie River provides 20 rapids (grade 2–3) with areas of scenic vegetation and outstanding birdlife viewing. Other rivers include the Blyde River and the Olifants river.
Trails run through the most scenic Sabie River Valley, winding along the Sabana River, indigenous vegetation, hills and other streams. The tracks vary from technical to very easy, so there is something to offer the expert as well as the beginner.
White river rafting for a range of experience levels
Strap yourself onto a high speed pulley running on a 450m long cable, descending a mountain at a gradient of 45 degrees, reaching a speed of up to 100km/h, wind screaming in your ears, trees flashing past you. It’s fast, it’s fun and it’s safe.
An activity for the thrill seeker. Face your fears and step over the edge into oblivion… Great rock formations and breathtaking views ads spice to this adrenalin packed experience.
The 16m climbing wall has 3 levels of difficulty to cater for first timers to experienced climbers. Stability, balance and leg strength are the key factors, not upper-body strength – so it is perfect for all ages, from expert climbers to children.
Trails wind through the beautiful Lowveld scenery of the Sabana River, indigenous bush and fruit orchards. You might also catch a glimpse of small antelope like the red duiker, and if you are a bird watcher you’ll be in paradise. Beginner, intermediate and advanced horse trails. Children welcome.
Is quite easy for anyone with generally good balance. It combines the freestyle aspects of snowboarding, grass boarding, sand boarding, skateboarding and surfing. Within one hour most people can learn on slight grass slopes, before heading out for the adventure of a lifetime.
Kloofing takes place in the upper part of the Sabie river where the gradient is quite steep and the river is narrow due to the steep sides of the gorge. You are in the water the whole time, swimming through the pools, exploring potholes and jumping off a variety of rocks and cliffs into the river.
A variety of guided trails from easy to very difficult single tracks and the scenery is out of this world. You don’t need to have your own mountain bike as there are quality mountain bikes available.
Kayaking is for everybody and offers a great way to enjoy the outdoors in a healthy way. Induna is located on two world class rivers: the Sabie and the Mac Mac rivers making it a choice kayaking destination. Whether you are a beginner, expert or weekend warrior Induna Adventures offers products that support your kayaking lifestyle.
Paintball guns, paintballs, protective clothes and eyewear are supplied. It is a fun, healthy and technical exercise involving many different types of stealthy and strategic games.
This is by far one of the best river adventure activities that humans came up with. A Gecko is a very small raft that you steer with webbed gloves. It is very easy to steer and very safe, and one of the coolest ways to have fun with family and friends.
Enjoy nature’s tranquilizing effect while watching the African sunset over a picturesque dam. Floating on an inflatable raft at sunset is a unique experience and allows you to kick back, forget about your troubles and relax completely.
Winding along the scenic Mac-Mac River, this is an easy walk of about 5 kilometres. Lush vegetation and an impressive amount of bird, tree and fish species are to be found in the ample stretches of shade and riverbanks. Bum sliding and swimming in the cool water pools of the Mac-Mac River ensures a day filled with fun and laughter.
Visit www.indunaadventures.com for more information, bookings or questions you may have about their activities on offer.