Monthly archive for October 2014

FlySafair nou amptelik oop

GEORGE NUUS – Die lugdiens FlySafair, wat hulle beroep op beskostigbare nasionale vlugte, het hul amptelike bekendstelling vanoggend by die George-lughawe gehou. Belangstellendes kan kaartjies van George na Kaapstad, of Kaapstad na George, opraap teen R399 vir ‘n enkelvlug. Die eerste vlug vir hierdie roete is op

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The 2014 Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival

SIP more than 50 local wines and bubbles, SAVOUR the delicacies of artisanal foods and eateries, SEA the Big Blue and ENJOY the festivities along the Plett Winelands. Wine, food, music, sun and sea. This first-for-Plett festival launches one of Plett’s best kept secrets – award winning

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Monkeyland, Birds of Eden & Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary nominated for Global Responsible Tourism Award

We are delighted to announce that Monkeyland, Birds of Eden & Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary has been nominated for the Global Responsible Tourism Award. Over 200 tourism organisations, initiatives, businesses and short films have been selected for the next stage of the Awards across 11 categories, including organisations

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Discover Cape Town & Western Cape, #discoverctwc @discoverctwc

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Mossel Bay. Do stuff

The big challenge for visitors to Mossel Bay is not what you should do while you’re here – but what to leave out. The confluence of the weather (300 days of sunshine a year), the geography (mountains, coastal plain, beaches, ocean), the vegetation, and 162,000 years of

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New ostrich range makes strong entry in Europe

New ostrich meat products are performing strongly in Europe, according to the meat division of South African farming business Klein Karoo International. The company is rolling out a range of ostrich lines into supermarkets across the continent. The company says it is now supplying products including ostrich

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A trainspotter’s paradise! All aboard the vintage train carriages turned into a seaside hotel on South Africa’s Garden Route

The hostel – dubbed The Train by backpackers – is made entirely out of old locomotive carriages Quirky train houses a ‘cosy’ bar and restaurant and offers spectacular sea views Prices start from just 120 rand – £6 – for a room-only stay Your travel plans will

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Knysna living local initiative

KYNSNA LIVING LOCAL shared their story at the 2014 International Aboriginal Tourism Conference in Whistler BC Canada. Knysna is located in the middle of South Africa’s famous Garden Route and is blessed with a natural environment of ecologically diverse vegetation, lagoons and lakes. It is not surprising

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Plett Nominated as Africa’s Leading Beach Destination

VOTE FOR PLETT! Plett has been nominated as Africa’s Leading Beach Destination in the World Travel Awards. The World Travel Awards serves to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry. This is the 21st year of the World Travel

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Bitou Municipality and CemAir takes Plett Airport to new heights

A Johannesburg-based charter company. CemAir has kicked off flights from Plettenberg Bay to Johannesburg on 28 March 2014. The launch was done in partnership with Bitou Municipality. Mr Kevin Grinacker, who was the master of ceremonies for the day, recalled the era of a gravel runway which

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