NATURE’S VALLEY Nature’s Valley is a feast of forest, sea and lagoon scapes. Situated at the mouth of the Salt River it has a sheltered lagoon for those unpleasant windy days but you still want to take out your canoe. This beach haven lies within the De Vasselot Nature Reserve, which forms part of SANParks, and has a shady campsite under indigenous tree frequented by a lot of birds. There is only one access road that brings the visitors to this sleepy village. To appreciate Nature’s you need to appreciate the bush, the sea and be able to entertain yourself. SEDGEFIELD The fossilised sand dunes are what makes Sedgefield so special. For centuries already they keep guard over the residents and visitors of this “slow town.” Beach walks and Saturday markets – my favourite is the Wild Oats market – bring this town alive over weekends and holidays. You can… Read more >
I salute every beautiful sunrise with a praise to my Almighty God and thank Him for another day on this earth to enjoy and appreciate. Words and pictures are not always enough to reflect on each day’s unique beauty. What an awesome place we live in – absolutely spectacular.