Things to do in Cape Town, the Helderberg, and the Cape Winelands

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Pigeons and Parrots at Birds of Eden in Plettenberg Bay (2019-01-05)

Wolves, snakes, elephants, monkeys, lions and tigers, the achingly scenic Crags area near Plettenberg Bay is home to a smorgasbord of wildlife sanctuaries, with one of our absolute favourites being the incredible Birds of Eden free flight sanctuary, home to… Continue Reading →

Lions and Leopards at Jukani in Plettenberg Bay (2019-01-05)

If you have kids then animal attractions always make for a big entertainment hit, and if you find yourself wandering about the Plettenberg Bay area, a glance at Google Maps will quickly confirm that you’re certainly spoiled for choice when… Continue Reading →

December Holiday Family Fun in Mossel Bay (2018-12-29)

So the last term of school has just kicked off, meaning that we are now happily barreling towards the end of the year again. I’m not entirely sure what we’ll end up doing for the holidays this time around, but… Continue Reading →

Fresh Farm Produce at Wild Oats Community Farmers Market in Sedgefield (2019-01-05)

There are a lot of weekend markets dotted around Cape Town and the winelands, but to be honest, very few (okay fine, Oranjezicht City Farm Market counts as one) are actual proper farmers’ markets. That said, even if there were… Continue Reading →

Blacksmith Coffee and Sliders at Getafix Garden Cafe in George (2019-01-06)

George is the second largest city in the Western Cape, in order words, there can be a fair bit of hustle and bustle at times, meaning that the perfect place to grab a coffee and a bite to eat is… Continue Reading →

Pizza and Wine at Jakkalsvlei near Herbertsdale (2019-01-04)

Herbertsdale is a small settlement that lies east of the Gourits river, 56 km north west of Mossel Bay. Travel another 6 or so kilometers on from there, and you will stumble upon a most unexpected sight – a winery… Continue Reading →

Ferns and Forest in the Garden of Eden, Knysna (2019-01-05)

Halfway between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay sits an ideal spot to introduce your kids to the gorgeous forests of the Garden Route National Park, a literal stop and stretch your legs point right along the N2 itself. Part of the… Continue Reading →

Surfers and Breakfast at Delfino’s Restaurant in Mossel Bay (2019-01-07)

We ended off the last December holidays (which were really more January holidays than anything else) by dragging Mom and Dad with us for a goodbye breakfast at Delfino’s, the popular beach-facing restaurant at the Point in Mossel Bay. I… Continue Reading →

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