Xanadu Guest Villa

No.43 die duin, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6560, South Africa | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on No.43 die duin, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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    Travel Blogs from Wilderness

    Glentana here we come.

    A travel blog entry by viv2travel on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    A early start, car packed to the brim. Wilma as the youngest is squashed into the back, no place for a mouse! With great laughter and excitement we set off. The car shook the whole way.... From laughter! We met Josh and Jess in George and set off in convoy with ice cream cones and laughter. We could not believe our eyes.......... ...

    Backpacking Detour on the Garden Route

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 16, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... and Hugo Chavez's redistribution of land to impoverished peasants. He also wears a beret when he speaks, which of course can be somewhat reminiscent of scary communists! Anyway, here's a recent piece about him in a magazine called News 24. Ironically enough, after Scott and Eloise left to head back to Pretoria, I spoke with Leon, who I imagined as an Afrikaner would have a more conservative viewpoint on the situation, but was surprisingly sympathetic ...

    .... and we're off!! Day 2 of our SA adventure

    A travel blog entry by dgreen78 on Dec 30, 2010

    3 comments, 29 photos

    We woke up around 4am and packed the car with help from Gail and Andrew. Gail also sent us along with some nice "padkos" (Africaans for road food) consisting of homemade muffins, coffee, nuts, boerewors (Africaans for dried sausage- pronounced Bore a Vors), biltong (Africaans for dried meat) and tons of chocolate. I had the luxury of sleeping the whole way while my dear husband drove us to The Crags, which is ...

    Oysters and fishing and magic

    A travel blog entry by jovi on Dec 05, 2010

    2 photos

    ... crossing the water. We were lucky to get R10 discount each and a fenced off parking space for Nelson, free wood to braai and a couple very attractive German girls who were also camping it out.

    At about 17:00 we had our tent pitched and this middle aged man who looked like he was a permanent resident, said he was about to head out for some fishing and asked if I would like to join. I was able to rent a rod from the backpakers and we headed out onto ...

    Travel angel earns a promotion

    A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape on Aug 04, 2010

    63 photos

    ... was such that I became known as 'Jolly' rather than 'Jelly',and though differences in riding style, coupled with my rustiness, made things tricky at first, I came to learn their more traditional style and have a great time.
    The rides out, which I was able to experience daily, were extremely beautiful - passing through a large indigenous forest that lay just down the road, and the national park that sat next door to the forest.
    The ranch, which actually has ten horses, ...