Outing to the Southernmost tip of Africa

We start the day with a drive from Hermanus to the quaint town of Napier, a blend of century-old cottages and modern houses at the foot of the Soetmuisberg. Here we have a leg stretch before we head for the Kapula gallery in Bredasdorp. Wander through the gallery with its beautifully hand painted candles and other ceramic goods and enjoy a cup of coffee before we leave on the next leg of our journey.

We are on our way to the Southernmost tip of Africa where the mighty Atlantic and Indian oceans meet. A look at the second-oldest operating lighthouse in South Africa and some photo opportunities.


Then to the tiny village of Struisbaai for lunch at the harbour cafe. After lunch, we head for the amazing Moravian Mission Station called Elim, founded in 1824. En route to Elim, we stop for a wine tasting of the local wines.

We leave for home base, via Stanford, where we stop for refreshments – tea, coffee, wine or beer!


The duration of the Outing is 8 hours, with a fair distance to travel.

The cost includes :

  • 2 course lunch including a glass of wine and coffee/tea
  • 2 Beer tastings (Wednesday to Sunday)
  • 1 wine tasting
  • Tea and coffee



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