As we approach the end of the year, we’d like to take a moment to look back and reflect on some of the most magical moments in 2019. A plenitude of property news, updates, features and launches have enabled us to elevate the First Group property portfolio whilst also helping you – our treasured guests and club members – create unforgettable memories during your holiday breaks.
We’ve got fantastic suggestions (if we must say so ourselves ) for the ideal getaway at this time of the year. Take a trip to one of these amazing ‘hidden’ holiday destinations (some of them are so splendid in size and sighting that they’re hard to hide). As you gear up for the end of yet another 3-6-5, we’d love for you to embrace a little holiday breather. And why not make your way to one of these weird and wondrous lesser-visited South African spots?
September is the month in which we celebrate Heritage Day (24 September) – a day that means so much to so many South Africans – because it honours the multiplicity of our cultures and diversity.
First Group is proud to represent that very diversity, by catering to the holiday needs of all South Africans. There really are different strokes for different folks at our premium properties.
You deserve to travel and to make all sorts of magical memories. Now is the perfect time to jump at the great accommodation offers we have so that you can embrace more of the YOLO way of life.
A blissful break at one of our properties simply isn’t complete without “holiday extras” – those unmissable activities that are perfect for a truly unforgettable time. These magical extras are sure to fill your holiday with special moments, wherever you are! Enhance your stay by taking the time to pre-book them, to ensure your holiday is packed full of activities you love… and you could save with early booking discounts.
The Hole in the Wall The well-recognized Hole in the Wall, found on the wild coast, is steeped in Xhosa folklore and despite its natural causes, the legendary story of how this phenomenon occurred is still very relevant in Xhosa culture today. The wild coast is known as Xhosa territory, therefore the Hole in the…… Continue reading Uncovering the Myth
Standing at 16.7 metres high and featuring 3 floors and an observation deck, The Big Pineapple is considered to be the largest artificial pineapple in the world. This iconic structure was created by members of the agricultural community in Bathurst. The story behind this massive structure is that it was constructed between 1990 and 1992…… Continue reading The Big Pineapple
Coffee Bay and Hole in the wall, offer a great spot for shore angling, which also makes it a popular spot for daring fisherman to try their luck with the famed catch of Kob by night. While the coastline at Hole in the Wall is very rocky, and most of the great fishing spots require…… Continue reading Fishing at Hole in the Wall
If you’re in the mood for some good Mediterranean food then the Pesto Restaurant is definitely the place to be. Our menus are filled with all sorts of mouth-watering and yummy dishes to tickle your taste buds. What could be better than the timeless combination of scrambled eggs and smoked salmon. Enjoyed with the sea…… Continue reading Eat your heart out at Pesto