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Geocaching in Gordons Bay and Cape Town

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We have lots of caches in Gordons Bay and Cape Town!

For who has never heard of this modern treasure hunting, Geocaching is cool! People hide the caches (boxes) and then post GPS coordinates of their location on www.geocaching.com. Now the fun can start!

There are over ten different types of caches, some of which have small items that people can take and replace with new objects, but at the very least the caches will have a logbook for you to sign. We have plenty of geocaching spots in the area around Gordons Bay but ofcourse also around Cape Town. Have a look at the map below (click to enlarge) and watch the video at the bottom for an introduction:

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Beautiful West Coast National Park

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An hour drive from Cape Town to Langebaan. The 40,000 ha West Coast National Park provides a safe haven for thousands of seabirds, who roost on the sheltered islands and pristine golden beaches.

During the spring the strandveld is embroidered with a tapestry of multi-hued flowers, while in the Postberg section many antelope are to be seen in a setting that is as unique as it is idyllic..

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Botanical garden Kirstenbosch

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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden as the most beautiful garden in Africa and one of the great botanic gardens of the world.

Only few can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain.

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Wine, Art and Nature in Stellenbosch

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Only 35 minutes drive from our Wind-Rose Guest House in Gordons Bay, famous Stellenbosch region offers endless sights and activities for the foodie, the nature lover, the wine connoisseur and the wine newbie, the art and culture enthusiast.

There is so much to do and see in Stellenbosch that we compiled lists of things to do in Stellenbosch.

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Penguins in Simons Town

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You love penguins, so come to Simons Town.  Boulders each with its colony of thousands of African penguins.

This exquisite beach of Simons Town contains huge, rounded rocks (hence the name “Boulders”), and there are numerous coves and rock pools that beg to be explored. Swim with the penquins!

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Cape Point - Southern point of the Peninsula

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Cape Point situated at the tip of the Cape Peninsula is a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park declared as Natural World Heritage Site. With a rich and varied flora and fauna, buck, baboons and Cape Mountain Zebra as well as over 250 species of birds, Cape Point is a paradise.

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