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Kassiesbaai

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Kassiesbaai

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Harbour Street Waenhuiskrans / Arniston, Arniston South Africa
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5 Day Garden Route, Safari and Cape Agulhas
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5 Day Garden Route, Safari and Cape Agulhas

Live the sights and sounds of the Klein Karoo; meander along the Garden Route and send a postcard from the iconic Post Office Tree. View the ‘Big 5’ and visit the southern tip of Africa. <br>HIGHLIGHTS<br>• Wine tasting on the world’s longest wine route<br>• Sunset Knysna oyster cruise<br>• ‘Big 5’ open safari vehicle game viewing<br>• Arniston coastal village hospitality<br>• Stand at the southernmost tip of Africa<br>• Cape Agulhas map of Africa monument
US$1 532,59 per adult
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StellaJ09 wrote a review Mar 2021
Mossel Bay, South Africa824 contributions94 helpful votes
Kassiesbaai is one of those places that tugs at your heart strings the first time you visit and never leaves ... a contrasting strikingly beautiful place you need to experience for yourself.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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epless856432 wrote a review Sep 2020
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A must. What Arniston is all about. They are the founders Position Position Experience the real thing
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Date of experience: September 2020
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mel wrote a review Jan 2020
Germiston, South Africa17 contributions
If you visiting Arniston, you cannot leave without popping into Kassiesbaai, its a tiny fishermans village on the sea side, so peaceful and beautiful, it also has a very nice beach if you like to take long walks or swim. The little village is full of small white cottages which is where the fisherman used to stay, today a few of them are rented out as homes and one or 2 are now running as a Bed and Breakfast and restaurants or tiny stores, where you can purchase small arts and crafts made by the locals or a quick delicious meal, colddrink, etc. Our favourite restaurant and I highly reccomend it is WANDA's for lovely freshly made seafood.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Island_Andrew wrote a review Oct 2019
Ryde, United Kingdom24 contributions6 helpful votes
This little fishing village with its historic cottages makes a great contrast to the modern holiday homes on the other side of the bay. The cottages are all maintained within the same families which are mainly fishermen so it hasn't sold out to tourism. Just walk around along the paved roads.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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bevhudson2016 wrote a review Sep 2019
Cape Town Central, South Africa17 contributions3 helpful votes
We walked to the local fishing village and had lunch at Willeens! It was very special. Had super fresh mussels and calamari. Wonderful friendly lady named Susan was our hostess. A MUST do.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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