Porterville paragliding, Porterville hang-gliding and Porterville free-flying are all different ways of looking at the same side of the flying coin. Visitors often only get to see one side. Porterville paragliding is designed to bring you both sides of all the flying coins.
FlyPorterville is an independent portal for free flying services making Porterville paragliding and hang-gliding more accessible and enjoyable to pilots and non flyers alike.
Porterville paragliding, hang-gliding, accommodation, dining as well as other activities and services for non flying days within but not restricted to the local area are included on a complimentary "please add us" basis to ensure transparency and accessibility to all.
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The naval cannon situated at the Jan Danckaert museum was brought to Porterville by the Dutch East India Company.
The cannon was originally situated in Cape Town where it was used to communicate with outlying areas by a chain reaction of cannon fire.
It was also fired to alert the local people of the arrival of ships in Table Bay Harbour. The farmers of the area then travelled to Cape Town to sell their produce to the visiting ships and sailors.