Where the Mountains Meet the Sea: Discovering the Western Cape
A luxury five-star eco-reserve set between mountains and sea in the Overberg region just 2 hours from Cape Town, Grootbos Private Nature Reserve lives loyally by an ethos of sustainability, harmony and immersion in nature.
Wondering where to eat, drink and stay in the Cape over the next few weeks as the holiday season is upon us. Here are some top recommendations. BOCCA, Bree Street Discover a taste of urban
Following up on the Spring Wild Flowers West Coast National Park post I shared after an idyllic weekend spent exploring the area, I thought I’d share some ideas on where best to celebrate the fact that Spring
Tintswalo Atlantic. – A 5-star luxury lodge found on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean between Hout Bay and Cape Town, mirroring the majesty of the setting in every uniquely designed suite … The
Wellington. – It is true what they say, the best things in life are found closest to home; all you need to do is look. For me home means Wellington in the Western Cape, the more
McGregor. – Dreaming of flowers and paying homage to natural beauty. These I saw everywhere I looked whilst walking McGregor late last year with Mira of McGregor Country Getaways. Perfect appeal.
Fair Trade Tourism. – This little guy came in for a closer look while I was out at sea off Hermanus, whale-watching with Southern Right Charters. Love, nothing but a heart overflowing with love for him. So
Gondwana Game Reserve. – We had an incredible white Rhino sighting. The female, known lovingly to the rangers as Little Miss Daisy, has been on the reserve for a while. She has been de-horned as
Gondwana Game Reserve. – A closer look at the Kwena Lodge rooms.