Harvest season has been in full swing at Kay and Monty . We have a total of five hectares under grape with an array of varietals, namely chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and pinot noir. We asked our farm manager and viticulturist, Lloyd Kasimbi, to reflect on what has been a busy few months.
Elusive and unpredictable, spotting a leopard in the wild is an experience that will stay with you for life. Here are five fun facts that may help you learn a little more about Africa’s magnificent spotted cat.
Fly directly to The Outpost Lodge and Pel’s Post with Echo Skies and make your transition from city to safari an easy one. Simply choose your departure location and travel in style to the Pafuri Concession, Kruger National Park, where your safari adventure with us will begin.
Each town along the Garden Route has something unique to offer – from extreme outdoor activities and pristine beaches to incomparable views and an abundance of natural beauty to explore. The list of things to do is endless, and the choice can be overwhelming. Here are a few of our suggestions.
From live music, delicious food and informal seating to a fun-filled, eclectic ceremony that broke all the rules – Jade and Greg's festival-inspired wedding at Kay and Monty was one for the books. Find out more about their unique wedding style, the highlights of their special day and a few handy wedding planning tips below.
Breathtaking views, fine wine, delicious food and a magnificent space ready to be filled with your closest family and friends await all those who choose Kay and Monty as their wedding venue. If you are looking for a venue for your big day, here are five reasons why this boutique wine farm just outside Plettenberg Bay may be the magical place you are after.
It's our vision, here at Rare Earth, to bring you truly unique experiences in some of the world's most spectacular places. Our guests often capture the magic of each place best and so we love seeing the world through their eyes, via their beautiful photos taken and shared on Instagram. Here we have focused on The Outpost, in the far north of the Kruger National Park. With incredible views and wildlife sightings to capture plus, of course, once-in-a-lifetime experiences that include walking safaris, sundowners on top of Lanner Gorge and the bath of dreams, there really are photo opportunities around every corner. Thank you to each and every one of our guests who have shared their magnificent photos with us.
On the outskirts of Plettenberg Bay, you'll find the Robberg Peninsula – one of the most popular and scenic hiking destinations along the Garden Route. It offers exquisite views, prime whale and dolphin watching opportunities, wide stretches of beautiful beach and the chance to encounter a few Cape Fur Seals.
You’ll find two of our bush properties, Ekuthuleni Lodge and Tshwene Lodge, situated in the heart of the Welgevonden Private Game Reserve – just a three hour drive from Johannesburg, making them wonderful destinations for a long weekend. With two game drives a day, the chance to see the Big 5 and some of the most beautiful birds in South Africa to spot, plus all the comforts you need to relax, you are in for a memorable treat when you stay with us. Here are some of our must-have experiences.
In just a few minutes from us here at Cape View Clifton, you can be at the water's edge with some of the most spectacular beaches on earth to explore. Take a moment to browse through our quick guide to the best beaches in Cape Town and why you should put them on your holiday checklist.
One of Africa’s most iconic species, the lion is a fearsome predator and a true symbol of strength, majesty and beauty. Here are five fun facts that may help you learn a little more about these beautiful cats before that heart-stopping moment when you see them for the first time in their natural habitat.
Cape View Clifton is delighted that for the sixth consecutive year, Cape Town has been voted the Best City in the World according to the 2018 Telegraph Travel Awards.
“We can reveal that the greatest city in the world is a coastal gem, lying in the shadow of a cloud-hugged mountain. Here wine flows, penguins waddle and – not too far away – majestic beasts roam. It could only be Cape Town.” – The Telegraph