New visa changes have been introduced to address concerns raised by tourists, South African travellers and stakeholders in the tourism sector regarding revisions to regulations introduced over the last year. Read more: http://www.southafrica.info/travel/south-africa-visa-amendments-261015.htm#.Vm_p2xp95QI#ixzz3uNqmDEuc read more →

02 Dec 2015
December 2, 2015

Accommodation in the Garden Route

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The contemporary interiors combine eclectic style and eco-friendly textiles. Choose from any of our stylish and comfortable rooms with thoughtful touches and attention to detail. Our rooms offer coffee/tea facilities, minibar fridges, flat screen TV’s, DSTV, electronic safes, luxury amenities and WiFi internet access.  All rooms are strictly non smoking. Find out on our Rooms Page read more →

18 Nov 2015
November 18, 2015

Dias Musuem

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The Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex in Mossel Bay The museum named after the first explorer to step on South Africa soil in Mossel Bay is home to The Granary, The Shell Museum, The Post Tree, Botanical Garden, The Fountain, The Munrohoek Cottages, The Malay Graves and The Field Garden. Of the five National Monuments on the.. read more →

20 Oct 2015
October 20, 2015

Walking with Lions

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“No leashes, No Collars, just a natural African Adventure” The Botlierskop Private Game Reserve is located in Little Brak River just off the N2, about 20 minutes away from The Bay Lodge. You will be greeted by a friendly guide who will tell you all the rules and regulations for your own safety. However even though the.. read more →

10 Family Winter Activities in Mossel Bay 1.Billeon Sand Boarding  The 320m Dragon Dune is the longest sand boarding dune in South Africa. Smooth and exhilarating, with spectacular views and regular sightings of whales and dolphins. Suitable for all levels and ages, individuals and groups. 2.Blasters Family Entertainment centre  A new concept in Entertainment, creating.. read more →

The beautiful city of Mossel Bay lies 400 kilometres east of Cape Town (the capital city of the Western Cape Province), and 400 km west of Port Elizabeth, the largest city in the Eastern Cape Province. With more than 24 kilometres of beaches – and warm, beach going weather throughout the year, this popular tourist destination.. read more →