November West Coast Way-Cation For Kids


November is the perfect opportunity to take the family for a West Coast adventure before the madness and rush of the holiday season arrive. Plus, November is Kids Month on the Cape West Coast with many top attractions offering fantastic 2-kids-free offers that are kind to your pocket and mean you can hit the road and escape the city for a much-needed break!

Running through the month of November, Kids Month includes deals like:

  • Book an adult ticket (R300) for the game drive at Thali Thali Game Reserve and two kids under 18 can go free;
  • Book an adult ticket (R35) for the Darling Mystery Trail through Hello Darling Tourism and two kids under 18 go free;
  • Book an adult ticket (320) for the 7-platform zipline experience at the Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort and you can take two kids between 8 and 18 with for free;
  • Book an adult ticket (220) for the San-guided experience and Heritage Centre Tour at !Khwa ttu and two kids can go free.

In addition to these two kids free special offers, Thali Thali Game Lodge, !Khwa ttu and Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort offer great accommodation options for families. Thali Thali Game Lodge offers glamping, cottages and a huge farmhouse to hire. !Khwa ttu offer accommodation in a bush lodge as well as glamping and are renown for their mountain bike trails and their Eland Burger, available in the restaurant. Piekenierskloof, with its 4-star graded accommodation, also offers mini-golf, archery, a heated swimming pool and so much more. They are famous for the meals served at Kloof Restaurant.

Other highly recommended establishments on the West Coast that offer accommodation are The Lodge at Atlantic Beach in Melkbosstrand, South Africa’s newest Blue Flag beach.

If wanting to stay in Langebaan visit which offers online bookings at a large selection of premier beach-front holiday homes in this popular seaside town. In Darling you can’t go wrong with a stay at Daisy Darling, and while here make the most of this village’s olives, wine, craft beer, gin, a very interesting Museum and the renown Evita se Perron. offers 30 different accommodation offerings in one of the West Coast’s most popular harbour villages. A great place to take the family is Club Mykonos on the Langebaan Lagoon – it is a greek-styled family-friendly resort offering an abundance of entertainment options.

If visiting Lamberts Bay, pop in at Lamberts Bay Tourism – the best place to find out who to book with and where to go. One of the top accommodation offerings is Arendzicht/Eagles Nest self-catering accommodation which is located on the Lamberts Bay beach. Only a hop, skip and a jump away is Vensterklip Accommodation in Elands Bay which boasts their newly opened Red Shed farmstall.

And if visiting Velddrif then a stay in Port Owen at the boutique hotel Russells on the Port is a must! While there make a point of popping in at Charlie’s Brew House next door to sample their craft beer and fantastic menu, and also visit the newly opened craft gin distillery, Poetic License – all within walking distance of each other.

Kids Month is an initiative that was created by West Coast Way as part of their “way-cation” campaign – a mission to encourage and invite South Africans of all ages to explore the Cape West Coast – which is literally on Cape Town’s doorstep – and to enjoy everything that this stunning coastal playground has to offer. “We created Kids Month as we realize how pricey it can be to get away as a family these days, but that South Africans do love to explore and get out there to experience our rich tourism offerings. The deals set up for Kids Month will help families to do exactly this,” says Carmen Lerm, founder and CEO of West Coast Way.

“The West Coast “playground” stretches from the city of Cape Town up to the Northern Cape and Namibia’s border and has its own unique way of life and way of doing things. It’s peaceful, laid-back, friendly and always inviting with fresh, smack-of-the-sea cuisine, powder-white beaches and quaint ‘n comfy, family-friendly accommodation.”

Grown-up way-cationers can explore an exciting collection of 101 road-trip stops along six themed routes, all of which are designed to showcase the many attractions and activities on the Cape West Coast and inland areas. “That’s why it’s called South Africa’s Road-Trip with the most twists!” explains Lerm.

For more information on all of these Kids Month offers visit or call West Coast Way on 0861 321 777. Connect with West Coast Way on Facebook and Twitter at WestCoastWaySA.

West Coast Way Is South Africa’s Road Trip With The Most Twists

Explore the Cape West Coast by planning a self-drive trip or book a guided tour for a nature and adventure-filled Cape West Coast holiday.

Road-Trip-Southern-Africa-West-Coast-Way-Routes Find a 101+ things to see and do on the West Coast Way: Enjoy wine, craft beer, olives and Rooibos tea tastings, Weskus cuisine and braaivleis (barbecue), swing into Citrusdal with a zipline, go Cederberg bouldering, jump into natural (warm) pools, step onto cruises of lagoons and rivers, trek through nature reserves and a National Park, hop onto game drives, try the skill of archery and angling, get your adrenaline pumping with sand-boarding and quad-biking, go horse riding, learn about the San culture and Riel-dancing, do kite- and windsurfing, chill in your flip flops and do surfing, book a kayaking trip, go beach hopping, learn about bees, whales and listen to our birds in a twitcher’s paradise – all in South Africa’s wildflower reserve. For more information on the West Coast’s top places to go, road tripping, hikes, tours and trails, explore or call West Coast Way on 0861 321 777.  Follow us on @WestCoastWaySA on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

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