We are now able to run Lasertag games 7 days a week. Weekdays are more flexible so contact us for your requirements here. Saturdays and Sundays run at the scheduled times below.

PLEASE ensure that all players meet at least 20 minutes before the games are due to start. Actual playtime lasts for 1 and a half hours with an extra half hour after to allow time to blow out candles on the cake and wind down the event.

We play a number of different games including the basic team game, medic-in-the-field as well as body-guard and last-man-standing to end off the excitement! Each game is roughly 10 minutes long with breaks between games allowing players time to swap stories and strategies, have a snack and re-energise for their next game! Game times may vary according to the players skills.


Arrival 09h00 – playing time 09h30 till 11h00 – leave the field at 11h30
Arrival 11h00 – playing time 11h30 till 13h00 – leave the field at 13h30
Arrival 13h00 – playing time 13h30 till 15h00 – leave the field at 15h30
Arrival 15h00 – playing time 15h30 till 17h00 – leave the field at 17h30


Arrival 10h00 – playing time 10h30 till 12h00 – leave the field at 12h30
Arrival 12h00 – playing time 12h30 till 14h00 – leave the field at 14h30
Arrival 14h00 – playing time 14h30 till 16h00 – leave the field at 16h30

Party Catering

Please bring along your own catering for your party.

Some ideas inlcude pizza, hotdogs, doughnuts, chips, popcorn, cupcakes etc. We don’t allow open fires, but if you would like to bring along a skottel braai and make boerewors rolls or hotdogs, please do so! During the winter months, a flask of coffee or tea is also a good idea for the observers and supporters.

Some fold out chairs or picnic blankets are also a good idea to bring along.

We do also have a limited stock of water and cooldrinks available on-site at our Imhoff Farm venue, and the Imhoff Farmstall is nearby so you can easily purchase refreshments and tea if required.



We suggest from age 6 as the youngest to participate. It’s just that the younger they are, the less co-ordinated and more prone to stumbling and falling over uneven terrain, they are. Having said that, we have had 5 year old siblings join in to play with older brother or sister party groups and aside from the odd scratches or bruises from encounters with bushes and rocks, the younger players have been fine.


Yes, we only play with pre-booked groups and don’t play with ‘walk-on’ players on the day.

What is the minimum number of players required?

We play with a minimum of 12 players. Should you have less than 12 players, payment will still be for the minimum amount.

What is the maximum number of players?

Should you go over 17 players, we split into 3 smaller groups and then play on a round robbin basis. Each game is 10 minutes long, so just enough time for the team sitting out to snack and have something to drink before heading out for their next game. We play with a maximum of 32 players on a round robin basis. If you go over 17 players, we extend the actual play time of the party to 2 hours. Please chat to us about bigger groups. We have 36 sets of kit which we split over 2 fields and depending on bookings, we are able to join all the lasertag guns together and play a much bigger game.

What happens if it rains?

We are not able to play with the lasertag systems in the rain. We do watch the 14-day as well as the 7-day weather forcasts and usually have a good idea of what to expect on the weekend. If we do need to cancel on the day, you will have the option to reschedule or to be refunded the full amount paid in. Fortunately, with the Imhoff Farm venue being located in the Kommetjie Valley, whilst it is raining elsewhere in the Peninsula, it is often dry at the field as the clouds, without having any mountains to pile up against, simply blow through with a light drizzle and we are able to play.

Can I bring my own party catering to the field?

Yes, you are welcome to bring all your eats and drinks to the field. We will have a table set up for you and ask that you bring along a table cloth as well as some fold out chairs for yourselves.

Can we play Lasertag at our home?

Yes, we are able to run Lasertag parties at your home, depending on the bookings that we already have on the day. Week days are easier for home parties. If we have bookings on a Saturday at the field, we need to work in travel time from Kommetjie to your home and it may not be possible in the time frame that we have. Talk to us to see if we can work things out for you.

What should we wear?

Loose, comfortable clothing/jeans and closed shoes. No crocs or sandals please! In the winter months, moms, please bring along jackets and flasks of tea/coffee for yourselves to keep warm!

Does being shot by a Lasertag gun hurt?

Not at all. the Laser gun emits an infrared beam, like a TV remote, so no chance of any injuries from the gun itself.