24 Hours in Franschhoek. The Video.

 

My recent 24 hours in Franschhoek was matched to a wonderful sustainable tourism theme that delighted from start to finish. Starting with a delicious lunch at the historically significant La Motte Wine Estate, before enjoying a tour of the Franschhoek Motor Museum at Anthonij Rupert Wyne before spending time with the precious animals at Farm Sanctuary. I was lucky enough to spend the night at Mont Rochelle Hotel, with dinner at Foliage, with my morning at Haut Espoir with Rob Armstrong. It was wonderful. Here’s a look in video.

Editing by the one and only Eden Weiss Videography.

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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24 Hours in Franschhoek.

My 24 hours in Franschhoek was matched to a wonderful sustainable tourism theme that delighted from …