About Aafrika Amazing View
Aafrika amazing view is a pet friendly, thatched, self-catering cottage in the quaint village of Hoekwil.It is situated in its own fenced garden, where your animals and children can play safely, while you can enjoy a braai on your own braai deck. Or you can relax in the loungers while admiring the beautiful views of the sea, mountains, forest and garden or if you are lucky, spot some small wildlife that comes to drink in our dam.The cottage has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, living room with DStv, books and games. All linen is supplied.You enter through your private entrance and have a covered parking area. Hoekwil is close to the sea (just down the mountain), close to George with its malls, shops, markets and airport. In this number one holiday destination there are bike trails, walks, horseback trails and all sorts of other entertainment.
Please note that the extra cleaning fee only applies to guests who bring pets
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Things to do in and around Hoekwil
(0.6 km from Hoekwil)
The 'Big Tree' is a yellowwood tree estimated to be 850-years old is a great attraction in Hoekwil, especially for hikers. A clearly marked path leads into the forest, crossing a stream several times. Many of the trees are labelled so one can...
(2.3 km from Hoekwil)
The popular Giant Kingfisher Trail leads to a stunning little waterfall that is fabulous for a swim and a picnic. A little effort is required at the start but the going gets easier on this well-maintained SANParks trail that features an extensive...
(2.3 km from Hoekwil)
Starting next to the railway bridge near the Ebb and Flow North Restcamp on the Touw River, the Half-collared Kingfisher Trail replaces the Giant Kingfisher Trail. Step right into superb woodlands of indigenous yellowwoods, white stinkwood, white...
(2.4 km from Hoekwil)
Named after the perky black and white kingfisher with a distinctive noisy call, this rambling route is perfect for whiling away a few peaceful hours around the Wilderness Lagoon. Starting at the Ebb and Flow South Restcamp, this mellow 10-kilometre...