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    Phillipskop Mountain Reserve

    Phillipskop offers five self-catering cottages, perched on the slopes of the Klein River Mountains, half an hour from Hermanus, as well as opportunities for day visitors and guests to explore the reserve and discover more as they do…

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    Wandelpad / Walking Trail

    One of the “must dos” when in Stanford is the Stanford Walking Trail (Wandelpad) which winds its way along the banks of the Klein River and through the town. It offers visitors some wonderful glimpses of the many birds in the area, including the Blue Crane, Fish Eagle, or majestic Cape Eagle Owl perched silently in a tree.

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    River Paddling

    The Klein River is one of the most beautiful stretches of flat water river paddling in South Africa. In summer it is safe, sheltered from the wind and boasts a feast of bird watching.

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    African Queen Cruises

    The Klein River winds gently down to the Hermanus Lagoon through scenic countryside against a stunning mountain backdrop.

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    Stanford Hills Estate

    More than an award-winning winery, Stanford Hills Estate is also home to the Tasting Room restaurant, a number of outdoor activities, and is a wedding & function venue set just outside of Stanford…

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    Mosaic Lagoon Lodge

    Mosaic Sanctuary LAGOON LODGE: For the ultimate private getaway, the Lagoon Lodge captures the essence of tranquility with just 5 safari style suites hidden amongst ancient milkwood trees on the edge of the Hermanus Lagoon.

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    Reiersvlei Farm Lodge Self Catering

    The house is a newly built, traditionally styled, thatched farm house on 450 acres of fynbos on the edge of wetlands between the Klein River and Hermanus lagoon – part of a bird sanctuary.

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    De Hoop Nature Reserve

    Few other reserves offer as complete an outdoor experience as De Hoop – sea, sand dunes, the vlei, a floral sensation of rare fynbos plants, diverse antelope and the Potberg Mountains. Birders observe wading birds on the shores of the vlei while the Potberg Mountains are home to a colony of endangered Cape vultures