Umgazi River Bungalows

beach cottages on the Wild Coast

The rocky coastline on the Wild Coast, indigenous forests, secluded coves and many river mouths offer visitors a glimpse back in time. And the Umngazi River Bungalows & Spa is a family friendly resort where you can put your feet up, relax and unwind.

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De Hoop

The best whale watching sites in the Western Cape

With its remote location, towering white dunes and pristine rock-pools on the shoreline offering a wonderland of tiny eco-systems, Koppie Alleen will be ideal getaway for families or small groups seeking a unique location and some of the best whale watching in South Africa.

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Vermaaklikheid

Accommodation Heidelberg

On the banks of the Duivenshok River on the southern coast of South Africa, lies a sleepy little hamlet called Vermaaklikheid. A special hideaway untouched by time and “progress”. A place where one can escape from the pressures of modern living and where body and soul can be restored.

We offer three beautiful, fully equipped, self catering cottages, for nature lovers and adventurers. The rustic facilities are thoughtful and tasteful to provide simple comfortable and easy holiday living. The unique architecture is in keeping with the indigenous buildings of this charming little hamlet.

The Duivenshok Estuary and its surrounds is one of the last remaining pristine estuaries in South Africa. The Duivenshok Conservancy has been established to preserve its unique character.

Self catering accommodation RiversdaleFamily getaway the Garden Route

Special places to stay the Explorers Route

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The Explorers Garden Route

Things to do on the Explorers Route Hessequa

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Accommodation in Eden

The Garden Route  offers travellers some of the most spectacular scenary in South Africa and there are some special places to stay that you do not want to miss.
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