Land's End Guest House

Address: at the end of Beach Road, Wilderness, Western Cape, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on at the end of Beach Road, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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    Travel Blogs from Wilderness

    Elephant "Poo"

    A travel blog entry by p2travel on Apr 01, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... their eyesight.

    Shortly after sunrise (8am) we met Sias our Ranger Guide. We set-off on foot across the plain in search of our elephants. As we made our way through the tall grasses he shared the story of elephants in this area. Knysna ("Nize Na") has always been a centre for Elephants. They have roamed this region of South Africa for thousands of years.

    As we passed some mature elephant dung ...

    Backpacking Detour on the Garden Route

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 16, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... scenery and proximity to Cape Town. The town was a little bit more built up than I had expected, with a distinct resort town kind of feel, and after walking around a bit, I felt that I could have been walking through Bar Harbor, Maine or Ocean City, New Jersey. Still, there were some amazing rock formations along the coastline that created little tidal pools for swimming and featured waves smacking against the rocks. Plus, nearby, there was some ...

    Final destinations

    A travel blog entry by shanam6m on Oct 31, 2011

    3 comments, 31 photos

    ... the way... I actually met a great woman who brought me, us (the dog) back to my hostel. She had traveled 2 years oversees and was very encouraging... A good random meeting...
    Lilian and I made it to the Cango Caves. A long story which I don't have the time to write about...another time. It involves our driver for the day, racism, unprofessionalism, personal issues and more. Another time. But I have to say the caves were great. That ...

    Caves and Trains

    A travel blog entry by scshoben on Aug 13, 2010

    7 photos

    ... the other caves I've been too. The main difference was that these were very dry caves since we were in a semi-dessert area so it was actually humid instead of cold in there.

    After the caves we wanted a semi early night and headed for Mossel Bay. I had this great idea to stay in a cheap hostel on the beach because I wanted to wake up to the waves and walk out onto the beach (literally it was only steps away). The hostel was ...

    Wilderness was a fun, little, surfer town

    A travel blog entry by brownsinrsa on Jun 20, 2010

    6 comments

    ... lots more B&B's than you'd expect, and the Cango Caves. Cango Caves is the 10th most visited site in South Africa. There are some stalactites and stalagmites that are over 1 million years old. We debated with ourselves about whether to do the 1.5 hour adventure tour or the standard 1 hour tour. Given the long drive, we opted for the shorter tour. The adventure tour sounded like fun ...