Wilderness Beach Lodge

48 Sands Road, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6560, South Africa | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on 48 Sands Road, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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Travel Blogs from Wilderness

Back on the road

A travel blog entry by argieuk on Sep 24, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

Tim & Hayley had arrived late yesterday, so last night and this morning were spent catching up with them. And discussing matters of serious importance in life, but enough said!
Set off eastwards. Most of the day was spent driving. The Eastern Cape is a very fertile area, one talks about the patchwork of English farmland, but its the same …

Our meeting with Jaws

A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Apr 13, 2014

13 photos

We really wanted to do a shark dive whilst in South Africa…obviously from the safety of a cage. You get suited up and jump into a cage whilst the organisers throw in some fish guts and heads to attract the predators. What surprised us was that we could see the beach from our dive spot and swimmers in the sea! This reminded us never to swim in the sea here - if the cold ...

Beautiful Stop on the Garden Route, South Africa

A travel blog entry by ronandmarysblog on Mar 18, 2014

2 photos

After picking up our rental car in Cape Town, we easily made it to the Garden Route along the Indian Ocean and spent the night in Mossel Bay. The guest house was beautiful and Petra, the owner was a joy. We had a nice dinner in town and breakfast the next day was wonderful with great food and a fabulous view of the bay. We were sorry we only were spending one night ...

Out into (the) Wilderness

A travel blog entry by alexndean on Nov 08, 2011

9 photos

... pair of waterfalls. The rocks - or boulders I suppose - have that haphazard air of a few scattered pebbles but on a much larger scale. A pool between them looked very inviting but unfortunately we failed to bring swimming gear and the groups of
other people ruled out all other options.

We spotted a few canoeists along the way and decided that is our preferred activity for tomorrow, if the promised ...

Rhinos and more

A travel blog entry by tc-mike-travels on Oct 14, 2010

10 photos

... and Imfolozi for our final viewing of African animals. Were so lucky to see huge herds of buffalo, and impala, and quite a few RHINOS here and there...crossing the road...GIANT babies with their moms.

Soon, it was good bye to the wildlife, and through Monmouth back to cold, rainy, stormy Eshowe.

Quite a lightening show on the way home.
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