The Wilderness Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
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Travel Blogs from Wilderness
... the boxes and were finished by 4! It was good fun as we were occupied but could continue our reminiscing and we were also helping them. A great night was had by all. We (well some of us!) also took advantage of a fast and reliable WiFi! Next day phase 2 of the plan was implemented. After a brief walk around the garden we were off to George airport and a 37 minute flight to Capetown. How Capetown has changed!! This was our fourth visit with the last being over 40 years ago. ...
... about it in my Coast to Coast guide . I was picked up by an incredibly friendly and radical Afrikaner named Leon who only ever referred to me as "Boston Bro" and was inextricably connected to the world of surfing in the Garden Route. His general easygoing attitude made me even more excited to sandboard The Dragon, and that enthusiasm seemed to be contagious when we met up with Eloise and Scott, a South African couple that would be joining us. We all ...
... line totally bruised my vjayjay. Good thing it’s not being used for anything else for the next few weeks. It will have a chance to unbruise. Besides there was ostrich droewors and kudu biltong to focus on. Hungry after the 2 hour drive back to PE so got take aways from Nandos. Not bad but I would still rather have a steak from Spur.
The excitement of the day had me out by 10pm. When your adrenaline spikes the way mine did today, the crash is ...
Day 9 - Thursday 21/04/11
We moved on from Swellendam this morning quite early after visiting an interesting looking Dutch Reform Church. We headed to the Western Cape's coast and stopped at a couple of small shops on the way for the daily intake of biltong. The one farm shop called the Blue Crane stood out amongst the rest with "The Cheeky Chef" telling us all about what real chefs should pick up from her shop. We ended up with a Cranberry and ...
... We were all rather excited to see the sea for the first time so we stopped and the cameras came out, plenty of MMsing was done and all the Johannesburg were really envious of the beautiful scenery we were fortunate to be part of. Stopped at Doringbaai for something to eat at the Mega Bar & Cocktail Bar, where we watched a lonesome whale frolicking in the waters. Now that we eventually had reached the sea and were on the beach front, we had to have ...
Other places to stay in Wilderness
N2 Wilderness, Wilderness | 3 star hotelfrom $69
Dumbleton Road, Wilderness | Hotelfrom $57
PO Box 12002, Garden Route Mall, George, 6546, Wilderness | 5 star hotelfrom $120
Cnr George & Owen Grant Roads, Wilderness | 4 star hotelfrom $100