The Last Word Intimate Hotels and Safari Camps is the perfect place to start the year 2020, in total tranquillity surrounded by beauty and calm.
The Last Word Constantia is surrounded by lush vineyards, beautiful mountains, award winning restaurants and it’s only twenty minutes drive from the V&A Waterfront. Enjoy slow mornings in an inordinately large room with uninterrupted peace and quiet. The Constantia valley is the oldest wine producing region in the country, making it one of the top areas in South Africa for wine tasting and lazy lunches overlooking lavish vineyards and historic architecture. Accompanied by our five star service and friendly team, this is where you’ll want to be every holiday.
Fondly named the foodie capital of South Africa, Franschhoek is where you’ll find impeccable food and irresistible wine. The valley is a true escape from the chaos of everyday life and ensures that you’re continuously entertained. The Last Word Franschhoek is located on the main road giving you direct access to some of the towns top attractions and restaurants, yet tucked away as to allow for privacy and tranquility at the hotel. Our amazing team will ensure that your every need is not only met, but succeeded in every way.
Wake up to the most amazing sea view and the refreshing smell of ocean air. Every room at The Last Word Long Beach is ocean facing, guests also have uninterrupted access to the beach. Explore the quaint town of Kommetjie, cycle to the nearby lighthouse or spend your days relaxing by the beach. Breakfast and dinner is also included, a three course meal overlooking the pristine ocean is a holiday memory you’ll never forget.
The Last Word Kitara is home to a variety of amazing animals, including the Big Five. Located in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park, along the edge of a seasonal river bank. The wonderful team provides incredible service, a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and guides you on exhilarating game drives. Adventure awaits at The Last Word Kitara.
As the lion population within the northern sector of the Klaserie begins to bounce back since the recovery of the drought back in 2017, we have witnessed some fairly impressive changes in movements and dynamics within the area. With one specific dynamic attracting the attention of most guides and trackers within the northern Klaserie.
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