If you’re planning on visiting Cape Town for your summer holiday, Travelstart has put together a few simple water-saving tips to keep in mind while you’re making the most of the festive season. Happy Glamping!
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Fantastic cycle routes, 3km from us. Over 30km of well marked, single track, manicured, and fast flowing trails for all skill levels and ages. They also have a pump track for adrenalised biking fun.
The tea garden offer breakfasts, cakes and teas and light lunches Tuesday to Sundays.
The best beach is nearby is on the way to Sedgefield. It’s a great spot for fishing and even in peak season is quiet. For a busier beach with life guards ensuring safer swimming, the beach at the Swartvlei River mouth in Sedgefield has the best of both. A wide, cola-colored river, ideal for paddling in and the honey-colored sandy beach and sea. Its fun to catch the changing tides as it flows up the river, allowing you to float for ages walk back down and do it again.
The Sedgefield Market, consists of the Wild Oats Market, which is a farmers market and specializes in food; the Mosaic Market, food, craft, art, books, music and finally the Scarab market which is specifically locally produced craft. The market is open on Saturday mornings only.
Summer time dinner market at the Montessori school is on Fridays evenings from 5pm till 9pm.
The Moonlight Meander is an extremely popular walk along Sedgefield beach to Gerrikes point.. You must book for in advance and it is only on the evenings during the full or new moon when the tide is at its lowest.