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Karbonkelberg Tourism

Posted on Mon June 25, 2018.

Karbonkelberg Tourism

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ZIP LINE - SA FOREST ADVENTURES

Posted on Mon June 25, 2018.

SA FOREST ADVENTURES

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Clay Cafe - Hout Bay

Posted on Mon June 25, 2018.

Clay Cafe
The Clay Cafe is a family run business founded in 1999. We have recently moved to a brand new home! This 2.5 acre piece of land is situated in the heart of the valley of Hout Bay. With a large open patio every table is close to the luscious garden and every child is ecstatic with our innovative playground. We have beautiful peaceful outside tables, as well as a veggie garden and our own African chic’ boutique. The Clay Cafe is an ideal day out for a ‘one of a kind’ creative experience. We offer adult and children’s parties (4 years and up), school outings, hen parties and team buildings and of course a delicious menu. All bookings 10 people or less can easily be booked online, hassle free. See below for our services.
Each person is given the chance to indulge in their own personal ceramic masterpiece while they sit back, relax and let us do the rest. We make all our food fresh from scratch everyday, so food is served when ready and is always a hit! We also pick fresh produce from our veggie garden to add into our salads and wraps..
We are also a great children's party venue

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Hout Bay Vineyards

Posted on Fri June 22, 2018.

Hout Bay Vineyards

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Snorkel with seals

Posted on Fri June 22, 2018.

Snorkel with seals

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Chapman's Peak Dive

Posted on Wed June 20, 2018.

Chapman's Peak

Chapman’s Peak is named after John Chapman, the Captain’s mate of an English ship, the Consent. The peak which looms overhead was not named after a governor or brave mountaineer, but a lowly ship's pilot. In 1607 the skipper of the British ship Contest found his vessel becalmed in what is now Hout Bay and sent his pilot, John Chapman, to row ashore in the hope of finding provisions. The pilot later recorded the bay as Chapman's Chaunce (chance) and the name stuck, becoming official on all East India charts.

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