Whale View Manor

Address: 402 Main Rd, Simon's Town, Western Cape, 7995, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 402 Main Rd, Simon's Town, is near Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Goukamma Nature Reserve, and Simon's Town Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Simon's Town

      The Naval Port of Simon's Town

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Feb 21, 2015

      7 photos

      ... Boulders Beach to Murdock Valley and Smitswinkel Bay, and then Cape Point Road to Cape Point where the Cape of Good Hope is. This is not a long trip. Maybe a 1/2 hour drive. We spent several hours at the Cape of Good Hope park and then drove up the M65 to Scarborough and Kommetjie to M6. M6 took us right back to Simon's Town.

      The next blog has our photos of this trip. The highlight of the day? The Cape of Good Hope!


      Day 13 Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by roamed on Feb 24, 2014

      ... street into GPS. His meter was running faster than the last cab. When we arrived the meter read more than 25 rand then we should have paid so I told him off as we were getting out of the cab. ( My daughter warned me not to say anything until we were getting out - she was afraid he might kidnap us.) He argued with us and tried to tell me that you have to take a longer route coming back. I told him we weren’t stupid and knew he was ripping us off ...

      Day one

      A travel blog entry by carmenatwater on Jul 01, 2013

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... frequent the area. After that, we headed further down Cape Point until we reached a lighthouse which we climbed up to for a beautiful view of nearly all of the peninsula. As we drove, Auriol not only explained various places and aspects of life here in Cape Town, but she also shared touching stories about her family's history as colored South Africans during and after apartheid. Learning about the history of South Africa is one thing, ...

      Penguins, Cliffs and Capes

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Jun 19, 2013

      5 comments, 20 photos

      ... a town called Hout Bay. Notable for a tourist gimmick started up by some enterprising folks in the 1980s who declared it to be its own republic and started issuing passports. To this day, tourists can go get their Hout Bay passport stamped by the tourist office. Or, as we did, they can simply hang around the harbour for an hour or so and browse at the shops. The town itself is probably quite interesting, but the harbour is your typical ...

      Cape of Good Hope

      A travel blog entry by a.omara on May 04, 2013

      31 photos

      ... in the water. It was the time of season where there were babies everywhere. We went into this little private alcove and a couple of penguins were swimming and we got pictures of them right up close. It was so much fun seeing them waddle around. At Cape point there was random wildlife around we saw ostrich on the beach and antelope on the cliff. Actually we couldn’t figure out what the antelope were at first. We thought they ...