National Parks Western Cape

National Parks Western Cape

South Africa’s national parks are considered to be some of the most beautiful in the world in terms of native fauna, flora, landscape and related cultural heritage of the country. Think of South Africa, and then they say the national parks! Not only the famous...
For the kids

For the kids

On holiday with children in the Western Cape? There is plenty to discover! Monkey watching in Monkey Town, petting cheetahs in Cheetah Outreach, shark watching in Two Oceans Aquirium, penguin watching in Betty’s Bay or just a day at the beach. There is also...
Penguins are just around the corner

Penguins are just around the corner

Stony Point Nature Reserve is home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of the African penguin in the world. In Betty’s Bay – on the Clarence Drive Route – only 30 minutes from Gordon’s Bay you will find the penguins in Stoney...
Safari near Cape Town

Safari near Cape Town

Many people think of a game park in South Africa as the famous Kruger Park in the north-east of South Africa. Definitely worth it but incredibly large and therefore a (costly) venture to spot only wild animals. The somewhat smaller Game Reserves in many places in the...
Dolphin watching from ashore

Dolphin watching from ashore

The dolphins that seem to live in Gordon’s Bay can offer you unforgettable moments by watching them enjoy the waves while they play. See here a video made by us when we saw them for the first time 🙂 Just outside Gordon’s Bay you will find the Whale...
Cape Town, the City that has it all

Cape Town, the City that has it all

With colonisation, the Cape of Good Hope established a lasting tradition of hospitality leading weary explorers and sailors to rename it ‘The Tavern of the Seas’. The sight of majestic Table Mountain and the people who live beneath it are as welcoming...
Helderberg

Helderberg

Helderberg, a tourist paradise Backdropped by magnificent mountains and blessed with diverse flora and fauna, kilometres of white, sandy beaches and its own wine route, Helderberg is a tourists’ paradise. North, across False Bay’s wide, tranquil expanse,...
Shop, Wine and Dine in V&A Waterfront

Shop, Wine and Dine in V&A Waterfront

Situated at the foot of Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town’s working harbour. Coming to Waterfront is almost as synonymous with a visit to Cape Town. V&A Waterfront offers indoor shopping and entertainment venues seamlessly merged with ocean vistas and...
West Coast National Park

West Coast National Park

Beautiful West Coast National Park Less than 1.5 hours north-west of Cape Town, on the Langebaan lagoon, you will find this extensive park, which you can drive through by car or by bike.Thousands of seabirds can be spotted here, but you can also see antelopes and...
The bay route

The bay route

The Bay route to Cape Point Yes, you can go from Cape Town to Cape Point but you might end up in busy traffic or discover that Chapman’s Peak is closed. We’ve already explained  why Gordon’s Bay is the heart of the Cape, so why not go to Cape Point...
The wine route

The wine route

The wine route from Sir Lowry’s Pass, Somerset to Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. The 4-pass route takes you to the famous wine regions, but did you know that we have we have famous wineries around the corner? Wine is the answer, what was the question?  It is...
The four pass route

The four pass route

From our door and back a 360 tour through the Elgin Valley Fruit countries and the heart of the Cape Winelands. You start with the Sir Lowry’s Pass (1) via Grabouw in Elgin Valley down through Viljoenspas (2) up the Franschhoek Pass (3) and the Helshoogte Pass...