An eclectic new beach-side haunt serving ice cold beers and tantalising pub grub


Positioned at the start of the Hermanus Wine Route – surrounded by the majestic Palmiet Mountains and approximately a 100kms from the Mother City – Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate sits pretty overlooking the Bot River Lagoon.


During summer in Cape Town, everything comes alive: the mountain glows a brilliant green, the azure skies sing with cheerful birds, the seas dance with surfers and swimmers and even the nightclubs blossom with a multitude of foreign booze-seekers.


Less a chance to “escape” and more an opportunity to truly get lost (quite literally if you try to negotiate the serpentine dirt roads after dark),


A safari type Game Viewing Landrover has been fitted out with bucket seats – maximum of 10 people per trip


Stellenbosch, the heart of the Cape Winelands is the place to be for wine tasting


Diverse bird life and sophisticated wines at one of the oldest wine estates in the Cape Winelands.


“Who does the best that circumstances allow, does well, acts nobly, angels could do no more” – Edward Young


‘The world of wine making is taking a huge leap into modernising its image and approach to the public,’ says publisher of The Wine Tourism Handbook Monika Elias


It’s Beyers Truter’s can-do attitude (and Pinotage) that gives brand Beyerskloof its charm.

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