Afrique du Sud Backpackers
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Afrique du Sud Backpackers
TripAdvisor Reviews Afrique du Sud Backpackers Cape Town
Travel Blogs from Cape Town
... where we had been told that Lucky Fish & Chips served the best fish and chips in the world. They probably do but we could not resist the 'special' of the day - crayfish. Yummy, so sweet, so delicious! A snooze on a windy but hot beach followed and then we found a new way home across the mountains via the coastal town of Kommetje.
On Wednesday we set off for Stellenbosch to visit an old school friend of Mike's; another ...
... about an hour looking around and saw all the sights before we moved onto the nature reserve. We got 2 hours to look around at the nature reserve and get some food. The scenery is amazing and there are wildlife roaming around everywhere! We also walked to Cape Point to see the actual tip of the peninsula where the Atlantic and Indian oceans collide.
The next stop was to Simons Town to explore and look around the beach, ...
... ostriches. First of many animal
pics! Drove to join the hordes at Cape Point, climbing to the lighthouse, and
what wonderful views. Went over on my ankle going down, what a bummer. The
driver had sorted us a table for lunch so we laxed back with views of sea and
mountains. Tried ostrich but the foamy presentation on top was a little off
putting for me?!
... returned to the gate by way of another long dirt road. Saw some good kudus and red hartebeests, and whatever I've forgotten to mention will have to remain unsaid...it's getting late now...zzz Monday 17th. Addo. The day has been great since the moment I stepped out blinking into the sun. From the veranda I could see a herd of about a dozen elephants slowly browsing their way down the hill towards the rest camp. We watched them coming closer as we breakfasted, but they were still a ...
... While poverty exists all over Africa, here, the wealthy live so well that it creates a huge gap between the haves and have-nots. Almost every intersection or major street has people begging for change, and crime is at staggeringly high levels. Wealthy suburbanites lock their homes and gates, and the streets are nearly devoid of pedestrians. Nothing even remotely bad happened to me, but just about everyone who's lived here long term has a story about being mugged ...