The Hole in the wall is a one-of-a-kind landmark surrounded by mystery and legend. Hole in the Wall resort overlooks this natural phenomenon. The resort offers some of the most picturesque scenery in South Africa and is also the ideal base from which to explore the pristine Transkei Coast. Here you can explore this pristine and scenic expanse of coastline at your leisure and try your hand at rock, surf or deep-sea fishing, snorkelling and diving. Land-based diversions include hiking, horse riding, bird watching, resting or taking advantage of the resort’s onsite facilities.
Surrounded by the best that nature has to offer, Bushman’s Nek is an ideal country escape. The range of onsite facilities will keep the active members of the family busy, while you indulge in a well-deserved rest. Take a gentle stroll or horse-ride amongst the hills, pamper yourself at the on-site wellness centre, feast at the restaurant or simply laze alongside the pool with a cocktail and a good read.
Built metres from the beautiful beach in Henties Bay, Namibia, with spectacular ocean views, Desert Rose will certainly appeal to the outdoor loving, adventure seeking family. Spend the day relaxing on the beach – the numerous dunes around Henties Bay are definitely worth sliding down as is the super tube during peak season.
Nestled amongst 179 hectares of bird-rich indigenous forest, in a well-stocked game farm, the village style layout at Gethlane Lodge and architecture of the chalets lends a colonial feel to this unpretentious resort. Volleyball, table tennis and a walking trail at the resort provide plenty of entertainment onsite and the bird life is nothing short of spectacular in this part of the world. Sublime relaxation beside one of 5 swimming pools, or in the Jacuzzi and sauna, are also on offer here, along with crazy golf or outdoor chess for the more energetic.
Magalies Park is a sanctuary for the city dweller, located just two hours from the major centres of Gauteng. Here, the lofty Magaliesberg forms a scenic backdrop to manicured gardens and luxury accommodation on the banks of the Magalies River, close to the Hartbeespoort Dam. The Magaliesberg is one of the oldest mountain ranges on Earth and is an important biosphere, with a rich historic legacy, supporting a diverse range of fauna and flora. The area is dotted with attractions
Port Owen Marina is located halfway between the two fishing towns of Velddrif and Laaiplek on the Cape West Coast, 150km from Cape Town. Velddrif is known for its family friendly vibe, its wetlands with abundant bird life and a flourishing fishing industry. The resort is built on the banks of the Port Owen Marina in the fishing mecca of Velddrif, where you can enjoy local seafood dishes or whip up your own catch of the day dish in your fully self-catering chalet.