Bantry Bay Luxury Suites

8 Alexander Road, Bantry Bay, Western Cape, 8060, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bantry Bay

Saved the Best for last...Cape Point

A travel blog entry by rok1_89


... an exciting experience all around. Most unique experience today, and probably the most unique experience overall on this trip was at and on the way to Cape Point. From the beautiful million-dollar estates built on the edge of the mountain overlooking the ocean, and the extraordinary views on Chapman's Peak Drive, to the ravishing views of the ocean seen from the top of Cape Point, this experience was one to truly behold. The most fun thing was capping ...

Day 20 - my last full day in South Africa.

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


Guess what time I was up this morning. Lady in the back with the blue hair? 7. That's right. How unusual. This time I was being collected by Binny Ridgway of Ridgway Ramblers. She was going to be guiding me on the hike up table mountain. We stopped to pick up another dude called Claudio (I think :/) then drove to the bottom of the mountain. We decided to take the slightly off the beaten track route that had an element of climbing to it. All in all the route took ...

Kirstenbosch Gardens

A travel blog entry by sirnick


... tasty. We wished we had planned more time here - all day would not have been too long.

The World of Birds, which claimed to house 3,000 species of birds, and a variety of other animals, was disappointing. Although many birds where exhibited in walk-through cages, the atmosphere was depressing. In one of the cages an ibis attacked my pant leg and shoe. It was unable to do any harm, but its behavior was surprising.

Addo and Karoo National Parks.

A travel blog entry by timellis99


... of red rock stained white with dassie guano, and as we were descending again we heard a barking sound from that direction. Looking back we noticed that the hillside underneath the crags was full of baboons, and rising up above them were two Black Eagles (Verraux's Eagle, our books insist on calling them.) They hung completely motionless above the baboons, rising on a thermal as if attached to a wire. Sat out on the veranda for an hour enjoying a sundowner (gotta get rid of all this ...

Spot the tourist!

A travel blog entry by clairesefton


... was once theirs. Aside from that we went to our first ever 'Braai' a traditional South African bbq, a very meaty affair but good fun and a chance to socialise at our favourite backpackers! Also visited a beautiful park in the middle of the city, great for chilling out in the sun, the squirrels there are like tourist's pets, everyone taking photographs of them and buying nuts to feed them! Really funny! Can't wait to get the car back on the road so we can explore more of the ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 8 Alexander Road, Bantry Bay, is near Robben Island, District Six, Slave Lodge, and City Hall.
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