18 days on the slow road from Cape Town through the Eastern Cape, with a bakkie and a adolescent canine: we found seven affordable pet-friendly accommodation options, and some of the most beautiful landscapes in South Africa.
Blog posts: Pet friendly
Travel with your pet? Here are blogs about Africa’s best pet-friendly destinations and accommodation options.
Stop in at this restaurant with a view behind a Cape Town landmark and enjoy a breakfast, lunch or a snack. Children and dogs are welcome too.
Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve in the Western Cape is known as the place to see snow. But what do you do when you book a weekend in the middle of winter and you get all of the cold but none of the snow?
Delicious French food and patisseries at La Belle Cafe & Bakery at the Alphen Hotel in Cape Town.
Get in on the surfing action at Whale Watcher’s. Pets are welcome too!
Out-of-the-ordinary food and humour are on the menu at Tam’JaZi Country Farm Stall in the Eastern Cape.
Wyford Farm is a perfect, pet-friendly resting post to stop off at after taking on the challenging Van Reenen’s Pass in the Drakensberg.
There are few cities that can rival Cape Town as a hiking destination. Here are a few suggestions for exploring Cape Town on foot.
If you haven’t made any plans for the weekend and are looking for something to do, here are a few events that you may enjoy.
Green Point Park in Cape Town is an urban gem. It’s perfect for everyone, from nature lovers, dog walkers, cyclists and families with kids.