See what ShowMe™
can do for your business!
Helderberg Tourism: Gordon’s Bay Tourism, Strand Tourism and Somerset West Tourism.
The Helderberg comprises Gordons Bay, Strand and Somerset West as well as other diverse areas between the Helderberg Mountains and the sea on the south-eastern stretch of False Bay. There are many things to do and see in the Helderberg and many outdoors activities, from hiking and MTB trails to scuba diving and surfing in the coastal areas. Gordon’s Bay has a great harbour, False Bay boasts many great surf spots and the Helderberg has some of the Cape’s best beaches. Somerset West is also known for its Wine Estates.
Cape Canopy Tour and Cape Nature offer a fully guided adventure activity for nature enthusiasts in the Hottentots Holland Nature
Get up close and personal with birds of prey, and find out how these magnificent animals keep the Spier farm healthy and balanced.
Waterkloof is a World Wildlife Federation Biodiversity and Wine Initiative Champion, and invites you..
Lift your spirits by taking a helicopter trip to Waterkloof. Leave from the V&A Waterfront and fly to Waterkloof.
Gordon’s Bay’s “Winter Wonderland Festival of Lights” (19 June -19 July) as well as the highlights - the Carnival Weekends (26–28
Two new Provincial Heritage Sites have been decleared in the Western Cape - Blombos Cave in the Blombosfontein Nature Reserve, Sou
The onset of cooler weather usually sends most people indoors, waiting for the warm weather to return before venturing out for a w
The Two Oceans Aquarium has asked members of the public to be on the lookout for sea turtles that could be stranded on beaches