That sounds like fun! How adventurous! I’m envious, I’ve always wanted to go for a tandem paragliding flight! Wow! Cape Town is beautiful. We really do live in a beautiful city. If you were wondering that’s the response from my family when I showed them the photos I got from Icarus Paragliding . It’s dangerous! […]
Cape Times has published an apology to Icarus Tandem Paragliding for naming us as the company involved in the paragliding accident in Cape Town on Monday.
Sadly there was a paragliding accident in Cape Town on Monday. The Cape Times reported “Tandem paraglider crashes into concrete wall” they also incorrectly state “Icarus Tandem Paragliding the company involved, said yesterday they would not be making a statement on the incident”. We have asked The Cape Times to publish a retraction. Regardless of which […]
Icarus Paragliding wishes all their passengers and agents a Merry Christmas – Jacques, John, Carlos, Jean, Lizaan and Louise Carlos enjoyed his first South African Christmas with Jacques and Louise, hopefully the first of many.
The lovely French Girlz from Downhill Adventures shared the sky with Icarus Paragliding. “Thank you very much for letting us fly yesterday! it was really exceptional ! Please find in the attachment the Best pictures of us with the amazing Carlos in the Air. :D”
Join us tandem paragliding in Cape Town, Table Mountain is magical from the air. Be adventurous book your tandem paragliding flight today, Icarus Paragliding would love to share the sky with you.
The Two Oceans Aquarium Cape Town is one of our favourite places. How gorgeous is this Loggerhead Turtle? Do you know that they can weigh up to 125kgs? Too heavy to go tandem paragliding.
Paragliding in Cape Town has got to be one of the best adrenaline rushes that you will ever experience. Share the sky with us, book a tandem paragliding flight and see Table Mountain from a different perspective.
Jacques and Stephen were spotted paragliding from Signal Hill on Sunday, they snuck in a quick flight before thick clouds changed flying conditions.
Sunday was such a long day waiting for the wind to change that even the Icarus Paragliding mascot collapsed in a heap.