Discover South Africa: What to see and to do

All articles in the category "Discover South Africa".

May 22, 2017 - Stefan Hollmann

Great stay at Tanagra Wine and Guestfarm, McGregor, South Africa

Our first stay in the idyllic McGregor Valley was a very relaxing and enjoyable one – thanks to a phantastic stay on the Tanagra Wine and Guestfarm with its self-catering accommodation.

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April 9, 2017 - Stefan Hollmann

Having a great time at Grangehurst Winery

Grangehurst Winery is a lovely place. We instantly fell in love with the rural setting right between Somerset West and Stellenbosch, Cape Winelands, Western Cape, South Africa, in front of the magnificent backdrop of the majestic Helderberg Mountain.

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September 17, 2016 - Stefan Hollmann - Update September 23, 2016

Enjoy Beer and Chocolate Tasting at Spice Route in Paarl!

Enjoy a great day out at Spice Route in Paarl with its beautiful beer garden, home brewed beer, the chocolate tasting room and great views down to the valley!

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November 22, 2015 - Stefan Hollmann - Update October 3, 2016

Taking a walk in Khayelitsha

Some years ago we stayed in Khayelitsha for a night in Vicky's B&B. The next morning three guys from the neighbourhood took as for a walk because we wanted to learn more about the living conditions there. And it was a really interesting walk...

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November 7, 2015 - Stefan Hollmann - Update September 29, 2016

Hot Air Ballooning at Blyde River - a breath­taking experience!

South Africa’s landscape is amazing even from the ground, but what if you could enjoy it from the bird’s perspective? Let me tell you from our stunning hot air ballooning adventure near the Blyde River Canyon…

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October 24, 2015 - Stefan Hollmann - Update October 3, 2016

Penguins all over: The colony in Boulders

Some years after our last visit to the colony of the African Penguins in Boulders, we wanted to look how they are doing. And they are very well, walking fearless inbetween all the people on the paths and sometimes using your beach towel if you don’t pay attention…

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October 17, 2015 - Stefan Hollmann

Rural Cape Town: A touch of Allgäu

Cape Town is a huge metropolitan area with a population of almost 3.75 million. But even not far from the city centre, in the City Bowl, next to Table Mountain, it is sometimes very rural…

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October 10, 2015 - Stefan Hollmann - Update September 29, 2016

Ready for a sundowner on top of Table Mountain?

What’s one of the most faszinating experiences in Cape Town? Yes, you’re right: Climbing up Table Mountain, or taking the cableway up, and having a sundowner on top!

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October 3, 2015 - Stefan Hollmann - Update November 1, 2015

Clifton: A relaxed afternoon at the beach

One of Cape Town’s most famous attractions are its beautiful beaches, and of course we also spent some time there, e.g. for a sundowner at Llandudno beach. Clifton even offers four beaches, and one nice day in late April we relaxed a little bit in a caribbean atmosphere…

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