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Mon: 24hours
Tue: 24 hours
Wed: 24 hours
Thu: 24 hours
Fri: 24 hours
Sat: 24 hours
Sun: 24 hours  

Point to point shuttles Airport Transfers Tours  

4 Carla Rd  
Mon: 9.00-19.00
Tue: 9.00-19.00
Wed: 9.00-19.00
Thu: 9.00-21.00
Fri: 9.00-22.00
Sat: 9.00-02.00
Sun: 9.00-19.00 
Hangklip Hotel

The Hangklip Hotel. Operating since 1952. Bars, Restaurant, Accommodation, Music venue. 

29 Hangklip Road, Pringle Bay 
Mon: 08:00 - 22:00
Tue: 08:00 - 22:00
Wed: 08:00 - 22:00
Thu: 08:00 - 22:00
Fri: 08:00 - 22:00
Sat: 08:00 - 22:00
Sun: 11:00 - 15:00 

We offer accommodation, restaurant, lounge/bar, conference and Functions with a great Veiw.  

R44, Clarence drive, Pringle bay,  
Fri: 1300 - 1700
Sat: 0900 - 1700
Sun: 0900 - 1700 
MadagasCaT Charters & Travel


574 Anne Road, Pringle Bay 
Mon: 8-5
Tue: 8-5
Wed: 8-5
Thu: 8-5
Fri: 8-5
Sat: upon request
Sun: upon request 
Remote Locations

Remote Locations offer tented camps for parties or events to supplement existing accommodation or accommodate your group in a remote location. We also offer camping equipment hire, camping trailer hire and event organisation and hiring of event equipment. We are based in Pringle Bay  

21 Diagonal Street, Pringle Bay  

Trans and gender non conformance tours and events. You can contact for specific package options. 

082 880 6164
Pringle Bay 
Travel within Bettys Bay
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Harold Porter Botanicle Gardens

Frolic in fynbos (native \'fine leafed\' bush); 190.5 ha of natural fynbos and 10 ha of cultivated fynbos flower from Cape coastline to mountain hump at the Harold Porter National Botanical Garden. Beach dunes replace shells and driftwood with salt-adapting plants. Slopes slip into green gradients gardened with waterfalls and amber pools. Indigenous plant life morphs from flatland to forest, moving marsh to mountain, grading grass to gorge, handing heathland to heavens. Famed flora flaunts its beauty unfolding ecosystems of elements and animals. Blush like the pink Protea\'s petals as 88 bird species whistle you a song. Bring a picnic basket and a sketchpad and savour the bliss. Bring the dog and take to the trails. Bring the kids and roll on the lawn. Bring Granny for scones and memories at the coffee shop. Bring green fingers and purchase nursery bulbs. This Westcoast landscape showcases all Cape seasons flourishing with life from sand to soil. Enjoy the sunshine, shrubs and sometimes Summer concerts. The peaceful garden includes sweeping mountain slopes, deep gorges, and four vegetation types that occur naturally in the Overberg - afro montane forests, wetlands, coastal dunes and fynbos. For additional info see Harold Porter National Botanical Garden - it is a magical display of proteas, ericas, leucadendrons and restios set amidst meandering nature trails.  

+27 (0)28 272-9311
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Wed: 0
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Mitchell Harrington

We created a video for your plumbing company to help you get better quality & the very first calls from customers. The video is specific to your plumbing company and location. Should I send it here or what email would you prefer? 

(08) 8381 2877

99 Peterho Boulevard 
Palmiet River Hike

Walk the Palmiet River Trail in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve: The River Trail is on the R44 between Betty\'s Bay and Kleinmond, about 100kms from Cape Town. Located in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, this walk is one that should not be missed. The trail follows the river where swimming is possible in some of the first few pools. The incredible scenery and floral wonders make this four hour walk very worthwhile, and you will possibly come back and do it again.  

Mon: 9.00 - 4.00
Tue: 9.00 - 4.00
Wed: 9.00 - 4.00
Thu: 9.00 - 4.00
Fri: 9.00 - 4.00
Sat: 9.00 - 4.00
Sun: 9.00 - 4.00 
Stony Point Penguins

Located in the quaint coastal town of Betty\'s Bay in the Overberg, the Stony Point Nature Reserve is home to a unique colony of African Penguins. Stony Point offers the public the chance to see these wonderful flightless birds up close, via the boardwalk through the colony, which allows the public to observe the penguins go about their daily activities in their natural habitat, without disturbing or disrupting them. Also present in the colony are three species of cormorant; the Crowned cormorant, Cape cormorant and Bank cormorant, all of which breed on the outer rocks. There are also Hartlaub\'s Gulls and Kelp Gulls which forage in the colony, while the Rock Hyrax, more commonly known as the Dassie, can be seen on the surrounding rocks. The colony lies on the site of the old Waaygat Whaling Station, which was used to harvest and process whale meat in the early to mid 1900s. Remnants of the machinery and infrastructure for this long-defunct industry can still be found at the site. There is also a community restaurant adjacent to Stony Point, which sells refreshments and food during the day.  

028 272 9829

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Arabella Golf Estate

Tee off on one of the top golf courses in the Western Cape. Arabella is a classic parkland course with spectacular views across the Bot River Lagoon and the Kogelberg Mountain Range. It is also home to the annual Nelson Mandela Invitational Tournament. The Arabella Golf Course in South Africa is ranked by Compleat Golfer magazine as the number one golf course in the Western Cape. It is also featured in Golf Digest\'s USA\'s Top 60 courses outside of America in 2007. A round of golf here is truly an exceptional experience.  

+27 (0)28 484 0000
Three Sisters Hike

A moderate walk of 16 km, the Three Sisters Walk is a there-and-back hike that will take you roughly 5 to 6 hours to complete. Three Sister is a favourite amongst locals hikers and tourists, because of the breathtaking views of the ocean, the indigenous plants and scenery, and the exquisitely beautiful flowers that have attracted a following around the world. To appreciate this walk to its fullest, we recommend doing it during the months of August to October as this is peak flowering season in the area. Remember to bring everything you will need to a day-long hike, as there is no drinking water along the way.  

+27 (0)21 483-0190