Baviaanskloof Is Well Worth A Visit
Gamtoos Tourism promotes the towns of Loerie, Hankey, Patensie and Baviaanskloof. The Gamtoos Valley is a vibrant mix of nature, agriculture and cultural influences with plenty to see and explore along this diverse route. Citrus fruit grown, is the main form of export and other crops include potatoes, vegetables, tobacco and even avocados. Hankey, the oldest town in the valley is home to the largest Sun Dial in Africa as well as the final rest place of Sarah Bartmann. Golfers will also be keen to putt on the well-kept greens of the 9-hole Hankey Golf Course. Patensie is the last stop before entering the Baviaanskloof Wilderness area. Gamtoos Valley has become a very popular tourist destination with many B&B's and self-catering establishments, as well as fuel-stops, banks and shops to choose from. Visitors can visit the impressive Kouga Dam built in 1967 - the first double-arched dam engineered in South Africa. The valley boasts a warm, pleasant climate all year round and it is free of tropical diseases, such as malaria.
Beaches In Plett
Dreaming of pristine, unspoilt sandy beaches? Plettenberg Bay boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in South Africa. The town's 20 kilometres of picturesque Indian Ocean coastline features pristine, unspoilt sandy beaches. Throughout the year, you'll find beachgoers of all ages soaking up the sun and enjoying the many outdoor activities you'll find here. There are different beaches to choose from. There are lagoon areas for young children and there are hot surfing and bodyboarding spots for the more adventurous. Plettenberg Bay is also home to two of South Africa’s premier “Blue Flag” status beaches, the Robberg 5 and Keurbooms Beach. For more information about our beautiful beaches, visit http://www.plettenbergbayinfo.co.za/plett/beaches.html
Best Of The Bay What's On Guide
Welcome to Best of the Bay - a monthly “What’s On” guide to the wide variety of events which take place in the Nelson Mandela Bay metropolitan area and surrounds!
Bientang’s Cave is the most unique restaurant in the world. Built into a cave, spilling onto the rocks of Walker Bay in Hermanus where the whales visit annually to mate and calve. Bientang’s Cave is a seafood restaurant with an ever changing specials menu catering for children as well as those with special dietary requirements.
Big Blue Fishing Charters
Big Blue Sports Fishing Charters offers its clients the ultimate experience in Deep Sea Big Game, Tuna and Inshore Game & Reef fishing.
Birds Of Eden
Birds of Eden in South Africa is the largest single dome free-flight aviary in the World. This forested sanctuary is home to over 3,000 birds of around 220 species. Birds of Eden is situated in The Crags 16km East of Plettenberg Bay off the N2, right next to Monkeyland, it's sister sanctuary. Please visit www.birdsofeden.co.za / email@example.com or call Lara +27 (0)82 9795683 for more information.
Bizarre And Unusual Destinations Around The World
Ever heard of the Castle Combe in Britain, or the Ice Castles at Silverthorne in Colorado, the Church of ice and snow in Germany, Italy's Pozzuoli amphitheater, Jeju Island in South Korea, the "Tiger and Turtle -- Magic Mountain" sculpture in Germany, Humberstone Saltpeter Works and the Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca and Pampas de Jumana, Peru?
Blue Monkey Cafe
South Africa's Blue Monkey Cafe is inside the Monkeyland Forest - where else can you lunch or brunch with monkeys?
Blue Sky Aviation (pty) Ltd
Blue Sky Aviation (Pty) Ltd is a Helicopter Charter and Helicopter Training Academy based at the George Airport, South Africa which forms part of the Garden Route, well known as an area of exceptional beauty with ideal flying conditions.
We offer the best of every scenery; the beautiful Cape Coast line, the magnificent Outeniqua Mountains and do not forget the vast Karoo. We also offer unique Adventure Flights, Golf Tours Flights and Overnight Flights. Blue Sky Aviation is an authorized Helicopter Pilot Training Academy ATO CAA 0012 and Helicopter Charter Company AOC FO4800.
Award winning- and excellent value-for-money wines.
Bonnievale Cellar is surrounded by picturesque views, the ever flowing Breede River and the warmth and unpretentious hospitality of the people. Tasting of our wines can be done in our relaxed garden, or in the comfort of our stylish tasting room. Parents can unwind while amuse themselves in our play park and personal cellar tours can also be arranged in advance. Alternatively, book a tasting with a difference and enjoy our wines on board the Breede River Goose while savouring the incomparable beauty of the Robertson Wine Valley.
Bramon Wine Estate, the first and only Estate this far East of the Western Cape, is situated 20km East of Plettenberg Bay in a mountainous area called The Crags. This family-owned and run estate has broken new ground by pioneering vineyards in the Plettenberg Bay area, producing an award winning Methode Cap Classique sparkling wine and now a beautiful still wine The Crags has added to the range. The first vines, Sauvignon Blanc, were planted in 2000 pioneering wine growth in Plettenberg Bay which has subsequently been classified as a wine of origin region. A coup for the area! Having paved the way for
15 other wine farms in the region, Peter Thorpe hopes to create a ‘Sparkling Wine Route’ - adding yet another facet to the Jewel of The Garden Route.
Bramon Wines is a boutique vineyard of 5ha and named after Peter and Caroline Thorpe's children, Bram and Manon. Having grown up on a wine farm in Worcester, Peter had an inherent passion for wine and working the land. On discovering a piece of land in The Crags with gentle slopes and cool sea breezes, Peter found the conditions excellent for vine growth. The land was choked with wattle, gum and pine and needed to be cleared of all alien invasives to make way for what is now today a well manicured vineyard.
Brass Monkey (ex-the Lord Burleigh), Victoria
The name change and refurb a few years back don't seem to have hurt this now rather modern drinking establishment. The exterior is quite a pleasant shade of green and the nice bay window remains, but the inside is more trendy bar than traditional pub. Still, the food menu looks reasonable enough, if a bit more upmarket, and its just far enough away from Victoria Station to mostly avoid the excess of afterwork drinkers. There's a couple of beers on the taps and a rather inexpensive wine list. If you don't mind a few fumes, there's tables on the pavement, particularly if the weather's nice. It's obviously doing something right, as it's still going strong.
Bristo 63 At The Monkey Bar - Usa
An award winning menu featuring Choice Steaks, Chops, and Market Fresh Fish and Seafood. Casual to Upscale atmosphere with room for up to 150 patrons.
Unique, understated elegance in luxury tent accommodation. With mountains as backdrop and a magnificent waterhole at your doorstep, it’s the closest you’ll get to the wild of the Klein Karoo.
Just off the famous Route 62, Buffelsdrift Game Lodge offers you an escape to something spectacular. Experience an array of wildlife including elephants, rhino, Cape Buffalo, giraffe, hippo and over 200 bird species. Just a stone’s throw away is attractions such as the culture-rich town of Oudtshoorn, the Swartberg Mountain Nature Reserve, the Cango Caves and the Gamaskloof Valley (“Die Hell”).
Bundu Motorcycle Adventures
Bundu Motorcycle Adventures offer motorcycle rentals and fully inclusive guided tours through the nearby Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains and Knysna Forest.