Description Join us for lunch at 12 (...6 evening) Eat about 10 courses from mussels through to Crayfish, sets you back R190 (Kids under 12 pay according to height & under 5 free) Bring your own (and ice!) or enjoy our beach bar. Expect to spend the afternoon or sleep over if you wish. Kids have fun - pets eat for free.Weddings on the beach All of our beach weddings, without exception, have been very successful, whether there be two guests or two hundred! The ambience, charm and location all make for a stunning day. We have outlined some ideas and suggestions, but please note whatever is suggested may be changed to suit your needs and requirements.You can have a lunch time wedding or an evening one. For lunch we encourage guests to arrive at 12 noon (18:00 for the evening). The guests would have a couple of drinks to relax, and at 12:30pm (18:30) we would commence serving our first two courses. The bride would then arrive at 13:00 (19:00) when we would then move down to the beach for the ceremony. The ceremony normally takes between 15 - 20 minutes, after which the bride and groom would be led by the minister to a table under cover to sign the register. We would then continue serving the various courses of seafood.Lunch weddings are best when the weather is not so hot and where the guests would want to return to Cape Town. Evening weddings are great for the sun setting behind the happy couple and where the guests will relax and enjoy themselves AND stay over in the area. We have a selection of charming bed and breakfast accommodation, and a honeymoon suite to recommend.The use of the venue is free. Exclusivity of the venue can be made with prior arrangement otherwise you will be allocated your own area. The 3-4 hour seafood extravaganza costs R190.00 per person. Children under 12 pay according to height. For a nominal fee, we have a superb preacher (licensed) available. He is very charismatic and will marry all denominations in English or Afrikaans. We recommend the use of a delightful floral arch to stand under when being married. This really enhances the effect and looks great. If you wish to create your own archway, please feel free to do so. Freelance Photographers are welcome. Should you require a photographer, we can gladly arrange this for you. Drinks, wine, champagne and cocktails can be provided by our licensed bar. Your requirements can be discussed, whether your bar be run as a cash bar, or whether you want a cash limit set, we can cater to your every need. You are also more than welcome to bring your own drinks and no corkage fee will be charged. Our wedding co-ordinator will happily do as much or as little as you wish. Please feel free to give her a call today. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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Kruger Park - Crocodile Bridge ( Website)
This small and delightful camp is situated in the south-eastern corner of the Kruger National Park, on the northern bank of the Crocodile River, from which it derives its name. After an early morning game drive, one can retire from the Lowveld heat to a lunch of prawns before coming back for late afternoon game viewing. The game viewing area is known as the 'Southern Circle' and is renowned for its concentration of different prides of lion with different hunting techniques and behaviour. It has an abundance of prides, herds, troops, packs and swarms. It is home to a larger percentage of the Kruger National Park's total rhino population. Come and experience humans living in harmony with nature. Here one has the ability to experience the sharp contrast between the wilderness and the world out there.
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