We know how much you love the West Coast.
The excitement that flows, whenever we post anything to do with the area, is a sure sign that many Capetonians go there to seek refuge from the hustle and bustle of not only the city, but the Garden Route as well.
We also know that most of you have an interest in game reserves, but making a mission to the Kruger at times seems like the biggest lus in the world.
Well, just outside Langebaam, just off the R27, lies the Thali Thali Game Lodge. The small, self-catering or bed & breakfast lodge offers game drives, sundowners, and even archery lessons.
And it’s a mere hour drive outside the city. Winning.
Bordering the West Coast National Park, the 1 460 hectare game and fynbos reserve can host up to 28 people at a time. From chalets to luxury en-suite tents, the area is known for showcasing a range of game as well as different bird species and fynbos.
At R1 320 a night for two adults, that’s not a bad price for some down time – but we found a way for you to knock 25% off your whole stay, including game drives and, yes, the archery, too.
Go HERE and get yourself a Socialite card. For R295, the one-year membership will get you up to 25% discount on selected restaurants, activities, spas, and game reserves.
You can use your Socialite card for any party up to four people, and you can use it once a month at every single merchant.
So far the average Socialite member is saving around R525 per month, which makes the cost of that one-year membership seem a bit silly.
I know you want to get involved – and it’s so easy to do so, just follow the three-step process:
Check out their website at Socialite.capetown to find out more and go enjoy yourself. You deserve it after the slog and grind of the first week back.
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