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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Queens Hotel Oudtshoorn
Travel Blogs from Oudtshoorn
... changed drivers and I drove until lunch in Montagu. It is known for its thermal springs which we did not use. Robertson is known for its orchards and dried fruit which we bought to snack on in the car. There was a neat pass between Robertson and Montagu including a tunnel.
"Grey" is spelled correctly here. There are lots of similar plants to Florida - bottle brush, blue Plumeria, Bird of Paradise, ...
... br> The rest of the week (all 3 and a half days) followed a timetable of 8:30 start, 10-10:30 break, 1-2 lunch time, and finish about 4:30. During ‘work time’ we were given jobs to do, most of which were pretty basic and quick, so we weren’t really worked too hard! Some examples of some basic, easy jobs we had were watering plants, hanging donkey tails on trees for the tigers to find and play with, cleaning various enclosures and cleaning ...
... a shop. There is camping here of course. We stayed at Swallows Nest, R 1100 for a nice two-bedroom self-catering cottage, perhaps overpriced but run by a nice couple.
At Knysna, Lagoon Lodge R 500 double B&B with a view was very good value, just off the highway west of the town centre.
Oudtshoorn: The Best Little Guest House, R 450 double was also very good value. Run by a friendly American couple, and they also offer ...
Day 5- Its gonna be a hot one. We started with otter training with speckles and freckles, they are getting really good, so much fun. We then headed over to lemur Island to feed them banana porridge balls which they loved. It was then time for a trek around the park parameter to check all the fences are in tact and no predictors have dug under or broken the fence. The trek was around 5 miles and pretty much up hill and ...
... me for safety. Even with the brakes on full I was going faster than I would have liked, but it was a pretty exhilarating ride with views of the desert on one side of the pass, and all the way to the sea on the other. After 10km tarmac kicked in and I finally felt vaguely safe and it was plain sailing for the next 20km to the Cango Caves.
The Cango Caves are a network of limestone tunnels that delve deep into the ...