If you live for the adrenaline rush of putting the pedal to the metal while swerving around the sharp corners of state of the art racetracks, Go Carting is undoubtedly a must-do activity to add to your Cape Town travel itinerary. 

We’ve listed the top places in Cape Town to explore the exhilarating world of Karting below. From indulging in quality family and friends activities to enthusiasts looking to go pro, there’s a go karting track to accommodate your every endorphin-craving, heart-racing need.

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Century Karting

Located in the parking of Canal Walk Shopping Center, Century Karting is rated as the number one go kart racing destination in Cape Town. Century karting prices range from R190 to R500 with the additional option to make large group bookings for birthdays, corporate events or family fun. Your duration on the race track is tailored and priced according to your skill level, ranging from beginner to ‘iron man.’ While planning your visit, don’t forget to contact the booking office via email at century@karting.co.za to avoid disappointment, especially if you’re hitting the tracks during peak time or on a Saturday. Century Karting is open 7 days a week from 09h00 until 21h00. 

Fantastic Racing, Killarney Track

Fantastic Racing offers a half day racing experience on the famous Killarney international raceway, situated in the Western Cape. This experience includes a fleet of FR race karts, race gear rental, safety briefing, safety marshals, mechanical support, refreshments and even a photographer to capture you in action. Each driver gets to enjoy 3 sessions on the track. Bookings are essential and can either be made via cell at 082 797 4909/ 082 462 8097 or email at events@fantasticracing.com.

Cape Oval Dirt Karting

If the sound of your tyres screeching on tar isn’t quite enough and you desire a more rugged, off-roading experience, Cape Oval Dirt Karting’s outdoor race track is the best option for you. For everyone looking to get serious about karting, Cape Oval Dirt Karting (CODK) offers memberships with registration fees ranging from R500 to R600. However, if you just want to experience the thrill of off-road karting for a day, the race track entry fee is R200 for day visitors. CODK is located in the Joostenbergvlakte between Cape Town and Paarl. Make sure to keep an eye out for their exciting racing events advertised on their social media (https://www.facebook.com/capeovaldirtkarting/ ).

Celso Scribante Circuit Go Carting Cape Town

Home to the Algoa Kart and Motorcycle Club, the Celso Scribante Circuit caters for day visitors at an entry fee of R250, but mainly specializes in cultivating a space for skilled kart drivers to hone their skills with their annual memberships that range from R500 to R1000. Make sure to contact the AKMC prior to your visit at info@akmc.co.za and remember to print out and sign the indemnity form that can be found on their website.

Wacky Adventures

Situated in Hopefield, a small driving distance from Cape Town, is the Wacky Adventures’ grounds. Home to various fun activities for the entire family to enjoy, but especially to the 200 meter outdoor race track that lets you unleash your inner race car driver. The go karting activity is not included with your day pass. Pricing and packages are enclosed upon further inquiry at 0761511177 or info@wackyadventures.co.za

Whether you’re looking to get into the Cape Town Karting Community to partake in various racing championships, or you just want to do an exhilarating, out of the ordinary activity on a day out, you won’t regret choosing to go karting at these top tracks in Cape Town.

Which one of these Go Carting Cape Town destinations are your favorite?

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