The historic town of Montagu, founded in 1851, is one of the “must-visit” towns along
I saw them across the slipway, looking intently into each other’s eyes. Wanting to steal
There is a place in the Klein Karoo, a place of solitude and peace, where
Glad to escape the heat in Bot River, I aimed my old Honda Africa Twin
I guess it’s not good form to start a caravan and campsite review with a
Annette’s 17-year-old daughter had given us a few scares that day. This is not normally
Sometimes one discovers a place of such magic that one is loath to share it
I love camping on the Cape’s West Coast, and I recently “discovered” Ganzekraal Coastal Resort.
The Silwerstrand Caravan Park, a privately-owned resort in Robertson, is one of those places that
I last visited Chapman’s Peak Caravan Farm over 20 years ago, and to my delight,
The town of Plettenberg Bay, more commonly known as Plett, was established on the slope
About an hour and a half’s drive from Cape Town lies the little town of
From the moment that I arrived at Ou Skip Caravan Park, I was welcomed by
In my opinion, the Point Caravan Park in Mossel Bay (or ‘Die Punt’ as it’s
Calitzdorp Spa! The very name conjures up images of steamy relaxation, of lazy days spent
Musicians and songwriters have been singing Hartenbos’s praises for years. No surprise, then, that this
Pictured overlooking the Cape Peninsula’s warm False Bay is the Millers Point Caravan Park, once
A katspoegie from the start of the R62, nestled between the ridges of Cogman’s Kloof
This is a park which is well-named. You see, Uhuru is Swahili for freedom. And, in this instance, it’s the freedom from noise that’s most telling!
When our December holiday plan went pear-shaped, I scrambled around for a camping spot to
We recently had the pleasure of camping at Doringlaagte resort, just 2.8 kilometres outside Montagu.
If waking up to the sounds of roosters and donkeys and the fresh feeling of