Palms Wilderness Retreat

Address: Cnr George & Owen Grant Roads, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6560, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cnr George & Owen Grant Roads, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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    Travel Blogs from Wilderness

    Elephants and travel underwear

    A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... now marks 3 oceans they each have touched. They were quite happy about that trivia. The reserve itself is just basically a protected piece of land but the views it holds are nothing short of breathtaking. I have attached a few for you to see. Fairly basic lunch at the reserve before a ride back to Knysna. Venison, for any readers considering coming to S.A. does not mean the same thing we use it for. It would be much closer to ...

    Backpacking Detour on the Garden Route

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 16, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... well throughout my time in Africa and would argue that meals here tend to be on the larger size.

    All of that food may have not been the best choice because the next day I SANDBOARDED THE DRAGON. And yes, I think the end of that sentence did warrant caps lock for added emphasis. The Dragon is the longest dune in South Africa at 332 meters and is renowned for its amazing sandboarding experiences, which I wanted, nay needed, to do as soon as ...


    A travel blog entry by rachandnick on Jun 18, 2011

    We walked to the start of a nature reserve where there were loads of different walks you could do. You had to pay an entry fee though. The walk there was free so we just walked back. Had a walk down to the beach but it was too cold to get the bucket and spade ...

    The Racial Divide

    A travel blog entry by amandip on Feb 20, 2011

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... enough people taking a second look at us, that we felt a little awkward. We did see one other coloured couple once we got inside and they were clearly tourists. Coming from a city as multi-cultural as Toronto this may have been an even bigger shock to us than most, but it was still quite surprising. According to our trusty(?) friends at Wikipedia, Cape Town is made up of 80% coloured citizens. This stat makes it even ...

    More news from The Barkers

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 19, 2010


    ... the hospitality we have received from the locals has been amazing. What and awesome sight it was albeit rather chilly. Towerkop which is the biggest peak looked spectacular as it was surrounded by whispy clouds. Stopped at Oudtshoorn at The Secession Cafe-Bistro which is at Montague House which was built in 1908. The house is absolutely beautiful still in it's original condition with oregon floors, pressed ceilings and Victorian fireplaces. There ...