Extreme Abilities


Owned and operated by wheelchair users for wheelchair users

No hassles, no disappointments or frustrations

Regain and improve your independence

Experience the time of your life

Any ability catered for

Adventure Tours

Move boundaries and change perspectives!

We want to make your impossible possible.  Our adventures and tours will add quality to your life and will give new perspective in the way you see yourself with your disability. Life can be challenging and sometimes you just need to escape from everything.  With Extreme Abilities’ adapted tours you can enjoy your holiday without the trouble of arranging suitable accommodation, traveling and sightseeing.  We take care of your every need. Extreme Abilities focuses on independent mobility impaired people (paraplegics and amputees) and offers a chance to enhance and improve independence.  

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Advanced Clinic

31 May ‘15 Strand

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Adaptive Surf RoadShow

60 Days along the South African Coast

35 of the top South African surf destinations

Introducing Adaptive Surfing to the disabled

The International Surfing Association has announced that the first ever international Adaptive Surfing contest is taking place in California this September and will be hosting the event with the Challenged Athletes Foundation. We are proud to announce that Surfing South Africa has chosen Dries Millard to represent South Africa at this contest.


In order to prepare for this epic history in the making event, Dries, a T8 complete paraplegic, is going to tour the coastline to surf 35 of the best waves South Africa has to offer, documenting surfing in a wheelchair and promoting adaptive surfing across the country. The tour is to start in June, surfing Elandsbay and will end in August at Sodwana Bay. Along the way Dries will link up with locals and other disability organisations and introduce adaptive surfing to other parts of the country.



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