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Shoreline of the San hiking trail:
A “SLACK-PACKING” ALL-INCLUSIVE ADVENTURE WHERE YOU FOCUS ON THE EXPERIENCE, AND EVERYTHING ELSE IS PROVIDED, FROM MEALS TO VERY COMFORTABLE GUEST HOUSE ACCOMMODATION IN THE QUAINTEST OF WEST COAST SETTINGS!
Not only does this unexplored coastline offer pristine beaches, undiscovered coves, caves and even a labyrinth, it also offers hikers the very unique opportunity to discover and walk in the footprints of the San and later KhoiKhoi people of South Africa – dating back as far as 30 000 years. The Shoreline of the San hiking trail is sandwiched between the Berg- and Olifants rivers and starts at the little town of Elands Bay some 90 minutes’ drive from Cape Town. This 50 km trail, with sleepovers in Elands Bay, Lamberts Bay and Doringbaai, before ending in Strandfontein, meanders through an untouched rocky and mostly sandy coastline. Hikers will have the opportunity to trek where only a select few have ever hiked before. With special permission and access to private property, we are able to offer you the untamed beauty of the West Coast whilst having peace of mind that help is close by should we need access to a vehicle. Most of the historical sites of the San (sometimes referred to as Khoi) are situated on private property and include caves, middens, bushman paintings and a variety of archeological sites.
Come and enjoy an unforgettable hike with friends old and new, top notch local accommodation, food, 5 star
treatment and first class information on the San people of Africa. A unique experience with memories and photos to
last a lifetime.
More information download the brochure here: Shoreline-of-the-San-Brochure-2020-final1
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