There are gems in “dem” mountains

Are there gems in “dem” mountains? The answer to this is a big resounding yes!

Amazing wine farms in the mountains

Amazing wine farms in the mountains

The area I am referring to is the Hemel-en-Aarde (Heaven and Earth) Valley which is not widely known as a tourist destination, but offers travellers so many things to do (activities) and boasts with some of the best wine farms in South Africa, with an added bonus of stunning places to eat, drink and share good memories with friends and family.

I will be blogging on the “gems of this valley” so that you can plan a memorable day out with friends and family when you next visit the Overberg region. With so much on offer, who knows, you might even want to stay a few days!

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About elskeg

I Love life, love to travel! I have been working in the travel and tourism industry for more than 20 years, and am truly passionate about travel and to encourage people to travel, as it just enhances and fulfills your life experience on this earth! Southern Africa is my home territory and it is such an amazing place to explore!! Follow my blogs to experience the secrets of this territory, as well as my general thoughts and perhaps even thoughts on our industry. in 2013, Charlise (my wife) and I moved to Hermanus (Sandbaai) situated in the Overberg Region of the Western Cape, South Africa, where we opened a guesthouse which Charlise manages. My management consultancy agency is based on the premises as well. The Overberg region is an amazing destination for all seasons! Not only is it the best land based whale watching, but has one of the best wine routes in the world, unique fauna and flora, activities for young and old, restaurants to suit any palate, world famous artists, and great people who reside in the area. I look forward to interacting with you!

Posted on 27/01/2014, in Adventure Activity, Eating out, Hermanus, Landscapes, Overberg Tourism region, Road trip, Travel Hermanus, Travel Photography, Travel Sandbaai and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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