De Denne Country Guest House
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After a great morning at the hot springs/baths, we continued along Route 62 and the beautiful mountain landscape to Oudtshoorn, home of the Cango Caves. The Cango Caves, situated in a limstone ridge parallel to the Swartberg Mountains is a complex system of some of the finest dripstone caverns, formations and halls we’ve ever seen! The large cave formation was discovered by a local farmer ...
... We saw 'lovers lane’ where the male cheetahs were released down to see if any females are interesting as well as some other rescued cheetahs that are there only for a home. We also went to the tiger breeding centre where there were 3 tigers (1 orange, 2 white). The 2 white tigers had recently been separated but were still flirting away so they were allowed back in together whilst we were there and we actually saw them breeding: tiger ...
... around the paddock and they help you slide off. Apparently no one has ever volunteered for a second lap.
After the exploits of my two companions, I could hardly refuse to volunteer for the next activity, which was to stand on a bunch of ostrich eggs to demonstrate how strong the shells are. I felt I pulled that off with some panache.
Near Addo, Rosedale Farm, double cottage B&B R 640. There are ...
... drove looking for wild donkeys that we would shot and then
gut before taking back to the ranch and cut up for the big cats, now i
cant say i was a huge fan of the whole hunting idea but i realise it has
to be done and i wanted to experience it even if i would cry......but i
think the donkeys were in luck that day cause we returned with nothing
:) i was def secretly happy. Back at the ranch for 12, we gave the ...
... barbequed) on request in the hostel, but the Swartberg Pass is a worthwhile day-trip from the town.
The hostel organised a mountain biking excursion where they would take you and a bike up to the top of the pass, 54km from the town, and leave you there. I would not have wanted to attempt this on my own given my lack of stamina, and the lack of tarmac or indeed barriers on the road, but there was another British guy paired ...