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Our Blog stories contain information about what is going on at Mountain View Manor Guesthouse, things to do in Sandbaai, Hermanus and the Overberg Region. These are all based on our personal experiences, our guests experiences, and also what is coming up in our area.

Five of our favourite FREE things to do in Hermanus

Posted by Charlise on Fri January 29, 2016 in Things to do in Hermanus.

We are always looking for things to do and share with our friends, guests and family. Here are a couple of our top Things To Do for Free!!!

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Panthera Africa a haven for the Big Cats of South Africa

Posted by Charlise on Thu September 17, 2015 in Discovering the Overberg.

Panthera Africa Big Cat Sanctuary is the brain child of Lizaene Cornwall and Catherine S. Nyquist, their love and passion is tangible when you arrive at this haven for big cats.

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Our Southern Right Whales never disappoint!!!

Posted by Charlise on Mon September 7, 2015 in Whale Watching in Walker Bay Hermanus.

The Southern Right Whales are full up in Walker Bay, Hermanus truly a beautiful sight to behold.

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Freshly caught Snoek Galore

Posted by Charlise on Tue August 25, 2015 in Discovering the Overberg.

To experience the working harbour in Gansbaai is a great way to spend the day.

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Everyone had a Rocking Time at the Wine and Food Festival 2015

Posted by Charlise on Wed August 19, 2015 in Festivals in Hermanus.

The Annual Hermanus Wine and Food Festival took place over the weekend of the 07th to 09th August and a fabulous time was had by all!!!

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The Beauty of Hermanus in Winter

Posted by Charlise on Mon July 27, 2015 in Things to do in Hermanus.

Come Rain or Shine during the winter months Hermanus has something to do for everyone.

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Our Tips on Whale Watching & Things to take along

Posted by Charlise on Mon July 13, 2015 in Whale Watching in Walker Bay Hermanus.

“Whales have graced the Earth’s oceans for 50 million years. The largest species were hunted nearly to extinction, and survive today because they have captured the hearts and imaginations of people who recognized the importance of protecting them” Jason Bell Director IFAW Southern Africa

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