(Photo: Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaarstroom) Klaarstroom is a village on the polular Route 66, about 60 km east of Prince Albert and 95 km north-west of Uniondale, that starts in Cape Town and ends in Colchester. Klaarstroom is positioned at the foot of the Swartberg Mountains at the Great Karoo entrance to Meiringspoort, a spectacular gorge… Read More Klaarstroom, Western Cape – South Africa
There are more to the beautiful Garden Route than just great and relaxing accommodation. Whether you are visiting this beautiful part of South Africa to relax or to see amazing places and do some fun activities, here you will find it all. The Adventurer If you are a person who loves doing adventurous and extreme… Read More Things to do and places to see in the Garden Route.
Cape Town has a famous landmark said to be one of the official Wonders of the World Yes, Cape Town has a famous landmark said to be one of the official Wonders of the World, and yes, it is the backdrop for many “wish you were here” moments, but there is so much more to… Read More Cape Town, South Africa – more than just a mountain
Cape Town, an important port city and one of South Africa’s major tourist attractions The Western Cape lies at the southernmost point of the African continent, washed by the Atlantic Ocean on its western shoreline and the Indian Ocean in the south. Its provincial neighbours are the Northern Cape to the north and Eastern Cape… Read More Cape Town – Western Cape South Africa
It is true that there is no better way to experience the natural beauty of a place than to do some hiking boots, take to the trails and explore. South Africa is a treasure trove of spectacular hiking routes. Some of these routes have recently been given the coveted green flag nod, counting among the… Read More Hiking gets green flag
Escape to a mythical world in Hogsback Although it seems that most of the world is getting ready for summer, in South Africa, people are gearing up for winter. One of the most magical places to spend time in this winter is the quiet little town of Hogsback in the Eastern Cape. Named after its… Read More Hogsback – Eastern Cape
The cherry on top It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Tinsel adorning shop shelves, Boney M playing on the loud speakers and bakers all around prepping their mixes for the perfect Christmas fruit cake. But what is a fruit cake without its star ingredient, cherries? No need to be nervous, the cherry harvest… Read More Cherry Festival Between Ficksburg and Fouriesburg
Namaqualand opens it’s arms every year to thousands of tourists with warm, Namaqua hospitality. Get lost in the splendour of bloom time. Spring is in the air, and in an arid region of South Africa and Namibia extending along the west coast over 1,000 kilometres and encompassing a total area of 440,000 square kilometres, spring… Read More Namaqualand: colours flourish into technicolour magic.