Archive for the Mossel Bay Category

WATCH: Hilarious Mossel Bay shark photobomb makes waves around the world

Cape Town – Well, if there’s one thing we can say for certain about South Africa’s shark population: they’re definitely not camera-shy! I mean last week, we shared some heart-pounding footage of a great white attacking a cage during a shark dive in Mossel Bay, earlier this

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5 Garden Route destinations: TOURISM SPOTLIGHT

South Africa’s legendary paradise extends from as far as Stilbaai in the Western Cape to Stormsriver in the Eastern Cape. This expansive Eden is characterised by pretty fynbos-clad mountains, dramatic river gorges and dense forest rolling down to a beautiful coastline of rocky headlands and sandy beaches.

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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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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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Travel Festival a first for Mossel bay and the region

The Mossel Bay Travel Festival was organized to take place on the 18th to the 20th of October 2013.The idea of the Festival was copied from the New York Travel Festival. The Mossel Bay Travel Festival is now officially affiliated with the New York Travel Festival– and

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Taste and “kuier”

Special menus, events, art exhibitions and music are planned for the second Proe Mosselbaai from Friday 28 February 2014 to Sunday, 2 March 2014. A world of tastes to explore during one week-end, with venues scattered all over the district. Quite impossible to see and to do

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