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March 24, 2022
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We’ve often driven the R44 into the coastal town of Kleinmond in the Western Cape Overberg and noticed cyclists riding along the road verge and on the tracks and paths on the slopes of the Kogelberg Mountains to the north of the road. Keen to join in, we discovered that the Kleinmond Cycle Club has managed to...

January 24, 2022
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When it comes to unforgettable getaways, it’s hard to beat having your own private, shaded patio or sun kissed deck facing some of the best ocean views in the world. Add the ease with which you can access the inviting blue water, and the fact that you can simply press “play and repeat” every day,...

November 3, 2021
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Cape Town Etc recommends 5 small towns to explore and 2 of the villages are within easy reach. Stanford and Rooiels are within Cape Whale Coast territory and easily accessed via the scenic Clarence Drive, or the farm stall rich N2. Continue reading  

September 3, 2020
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The mountains of Kleinmond offer numerous hiking options. For starters, Jean’s Hill is a gateway hike. On its own this 2.6km loop trail is an appetiser for any hiker’s palate and a way to get aquinted with the walking routes of Kleinmond. Start at the Golf Club and hike on. In the mood for something...

August 24, 2020
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With intra-provincial leisure travel now open under Level 3, it’s the ultimate excuse to plan a weekend to a small coastal town like Betty’s Bay. A mere hours drive from Cape Town, Betty’s Bay is often overshadowed by towns like Kleinmond and Hermanus so it’s easy to bypass this seaside haven. It’s tiny and from...

August 24, 2020
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Stony Point Nature Reserve is home to one of the largest breeding colonies of African Penguins in the world and can be found on the border of the coastal village of Betty’s Bay in the Cape Overberg, 90 kilometres from Cape Town. The penguins of Betty’s Bay are one of three land-based colonies in South...

June 10, 2020
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By Roxanne Reid Small towns are special in many ways, from lack of congestion to country cool, from old buildings full of character to friendly people with time to chat. I’ve chosen 20 of my favourite small towns for weekend getaways from Cape Town. Read on to see if I’ve included your favourite. I’ve arranged the...

June 10, 2020
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By Roxanne Reid This patch of unspoilt Cape coastline draws lovers of the outdoors from all over South Africa, looking to get close to nature and enjoy activities like hiking, birding, whalewatching and river-rafting. Here’s my pick of some of the best things to do in Kleinmond in the Overberg. You’ll find Kleinmond about 110km...

Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism

The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. The thin belt between the mountains and the sea hosts many wonders: from high peaks and fynbos-covered mountain slopes, rough ravines, caves, rivers and streams tumbling over edges to pristine beaches. The indigenous forest and fynbos are home to a wide variety of animals, birds and insects. Here, you escape to nature!

Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism

The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. The thin belt between the mountains and the sea hosts many wonders: from high peaks and fynbos-covered mountain slopes, rough ravines, caves, rivers and streams tumbling over edges to pristine beaches. The indigenous forest and fynbos are home to a wide variety of animals, birds and insects. Here, you escape to nature!

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