Ceres is a small fertile valley in the Western Cape and approximately 2 hours drive outside of Cape Town. It is a well visited holiday destination and popular among locals. The name is associated with fruit juice in South Africa and for very good reason. The area is famous for its fruit plantations especially, apples, peaches, nectarines and more. It is aptly named after the goddess of fertility. One visit to this spectacular valley and you will understand why. The area extends into the Karoo and is also the gateway to popular game reserves such as Aquila Private Game Reserve and Inverdoorn Game Reserve. There are numerous popular Activities at Aquila for visitors to participate in and Inverdoorn is known for its Cheetahs. Either way, you will not be disappointed with the offering of these two game reserves. Ceres Ziplines, is also situated in this valley and offers fun and adventure suitable for the whole family. They consider themselves the best zipline in Africa and with this self-appointed accolade, the experience can only be good. Ziplines in Ceres offer 1.4km of slides across the Schurweberg Mountains which is situated directly below the Koekedouw Dam. The slides on this eco adrenaline adventure range between 100 and 290 meters in length and the highest point is around 40 meters of the ground. Safety is paramount at Cere Zipline Adventures and before you embark on your journey, you are kitted out with all the latest safety gear. This includes a harness, helmet and all safety requirements to ensure a safe, fun experience. The ziplines operate in all weather condition and is open every day of the year. Ceres zipline is one of many ziplines across the Western Cape and definitely one of the most popular. For a complete list of adventure locations, visit Western Cape Ziplines. Be sure to also checkout Mossel Bay Ziplines, Knysna Ziplines and Cape Town Ziplines for more incredible adventures.