Toorbos Cottages

Address: Farm Toorbos, Wilderness, Western Cape, 6538, South Africa | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Farm Toorbos, Wilderness, is near Afrikaans Language Monument, Nederburg, and Boland Kelder.
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        Travel Blogs from Wilderness

        Elephants and travel underwear

        A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 15, 2014

        9 photos

        ... in the late afternoon. My safari lens is ready to go and I am looking forward to getting up close an personal (as close and personal as a 600mm zoom lens will get me that is) to lions and hippos and any other wild creature that crosses my path. One thing we did differently this trip was to pack, at least for the adults, 3 pair of underwear. Crazy you say! How can you go away for 18 days with 3 pair of gitch? We hit an unusual snag ...

        Backpacking Detour on the Garden Route

        A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Feb 16, 2014

        3 comments, 17 photos

        ... helmet throughout the remainder of my trip.

        Nevertheless, sandboarding I'm proud to say was pretty amazing. We started off my practicing on a smaller dune where Leon took some wicked rad photos of us coming down the slope and looking crazy gnarly. The trick to sandboarding is simply letting the sand guide your trajectory since carving isn't that simple on hot dry sand. But things got really cool when we graduated from the small ...

        How chilled was this place!!

        A travel blog entry by jumcveigh on Apr 21, 2011

        1 comment

        ... went into the museum and it became clear it was a whale's skeleton, very weird. It's well worth stopping by here actually, they have a lot of info on sea life in general as well as the history of Mossel Bay and how the Portuguese ships used to stop by there and leave letters in a tree.We had a really nice lunch in the Lighthouse Restaurant at Point Hotel overlooking the huge waves rolling in and crashing literally outside the big french windows.Neil ...

        The Racial Divide

        A travel blog entry by amandip on Feb 20, 2011

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... From what we have noticed it is only other coloured people who are fortunate enough to have a vehicle or drive a vehicle for an employer that pick up the hitchhikers. Often times you will see pick- up trucks or small trucks overloaded with coloured hitchhikers who are either sitting in the back or standing and clinging on for dear life. All the hitchhikers are headed for areas located 1-2km outside of town as this is where ...

        2nd Update of Our Trip

        A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Aug 17, 2010


        ... 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 ...