The second annual Cape Holiday Show, running from the 26thto the 28thof October at Sandringham Farm outside Stellenbosch offers something for everyone and promises a wonderful day out for the entire family.
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Hundreds of exhibitions, a Craft and Cuisine marquee, live music, the top food trucks in South Africa, and top family activities hosted on the Cape West Coast are a few examples of what visitors to the Cape Holiday Show can expect. This unique summer show also offers an inspiring array of must-haves for the outdoors enthusiast: caravans, camper vans and all the gadgets and gizmos imaginable.
This years event will be offering a wonderful Kids Korner sponsored by West Coast Way that will be jam-packed with activities, treats, a soft play area, face painting, balloon modeling, sand art, glitter paint, and so much more for the younger visitors between the ages of 3 and 12. The area will be carefully fenced off and safe and entrance to the show is free for under 12’s.
The West Coast Way Kids Korner programme for the day sees the bowling alley opening at 9:30 am, followed by the soft play area opening at 10 am, sand-art at 10:30 am, a dance performance by The Rhythm Factory from 12 pm – 1 pm, a potato sack race at 1:30 pm and a fun-filled scavenger hunt at 3 pm.
Experience West Coast hospitality
Alongside the Kids Korner, West Coast Way will also be showcasing the many wonderful offerings found on the Cape West Coast and visitors can meet and get to know the people behind attractions such as Club Mykonos, !Khwa ttu on the R27, the Kardoesie Countrystop on the N7, Russells on the Port restaurant in Port Owen, the Crayfish Trail, and Yzerfontein Accommodation.
West Coast Way will also be serving up traditional Roosterkoek, snoek braai demonstrations and rooibos tea tastings from their stand to show-goers – who can also look forward to West Coast stories and anecdotes told by Oom Ossie from Mamre and the long-time residents and fisher-folk of Lamberts Bay.
“We will be showcasing the Cape West Coast at the Holiday Show,” says Carmen Lerm of West Coast Way. “The rich stories, the colourful people, the traditional and delicious food, the hospitality and warmth of the Weskus will all be presented at the West Coast Way stand so that visitors can truly get a feel for what makes this part of the country so special and a must-visit destination.”
“The Cape Holiday Show is a fun and affordable attraction for Capetonians over the weekend of the 26th, 27thand 28thof October. Entry for adults is R80 per person, while children under 12 are free and every day is pensioners day with special offers and deals available for those over 65. There is also a special student ticket,” concludes Lerm.
West Coast Way is South Africa’s road trip with the most twists. Explore a unique collection of 101 road trip stops along themed routes by planning a self-drive trip or guided tour for a nature and adventure-filled Cape West Coast vacation. The new West Coast Way “basket” of free routes on offer include the West Coast Way Tractor Route, the West Coast Way Berg Route, the West Coast Way Foodie Route, the West Coast Way Cultural Route, the West Coast Way Wild Route – as well as the newly launched Cape Way Route – all of which are designed to showcase the many attractions and activities that are already on offer on the Cape West Coast and inland areas – but may be unknown to many.
For more information on West Coast Way, the other routes on offer, and the list of 101 Things to Do on the West Coast visit www.westcoastway.co.za o