About Friday Island
Friday Island is situated in the heart of one of the most desirable water sports locations in the world. Accommodating up to 40 guests, Friday Island is the perfect venue to host parties, weddings, business functions and team building weekends.
With our own little stretch of beach, you can’t get closer to the action. If it is fun you are after, you are looking at the right place. With the Cape Sport Centre as our neighbour, we can organise training on all the water sports you desire, and our friendly staff can guide you on where to go in Langebaan for a variety of exciting activities. If you are keen to kick back and relax, you can observe the surfing heroes from the safety of Robinson Cruise, our accommodating bar and restaurant overlooking the water.
Why is Langebaan so special? In Langebaan, you can windsurf, kayak or kitesurf without being directly exposed to the full force of the Atlantic Ocean. Langebaan has grown considerably over the past decade, with people being attracted to its mix of perfect wind conditions, with kitesurfing being the main new attraction.
We have a multipurpose venue facility, catering for niche conferences, 21st birthdays, weekend long 40th birthdays, wedding anniversaries, product launches and best of all, any function centred around you, including team building events involving either the ocean or the land and surrounds.
Friday Island charges different rates according to the season and room. Nobody really needs an excuse on Friday Island, and least of all to come and visit us. If you do choose to visit, we can offer you the premium venue for a myriad of activities of all ages and walks of life, who all share the ethos of carpe diem at your own pace. There’s no rush because you cannot get closer to the beach.
Please note that the rates displayed are for two guests and additional guests will pay an additional amount per person; hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
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