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McGregor Poetry Festival 18 -10 November 2022

Posted by McGregor Tourism McG on 18 November 2022 1:30 PM CAT
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Welcome to The Poetry in Mcgregor Festival 2022. We are ready! Let the festivities begin! ✨ 🦚

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Welcome to Mcgregor

Posted by Maahir Eksteen on 14 November 2022 3:05 PM CAT
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Welcome to McGregor, the village that time forgot. Not only is this town one of the Western Cape’s best-kept secrets, but it’s also the perfect fusion of country living and nature.

Uncorrupted by commercialism, old and new merge together, creating an authentic village feel. Here you will definitely not find chain stores and fast-food places. Instead, quaint bespoke shops, delis, and country restaurants line the streets. Even the old South African tradition of the café corner shop is still thriving where you can find anything from a pin to a pumpkin – when in season of course! Life here is slow and easy and time is measured the old-fashioned way – by church bell. And don’t forget your early morning call, courtesy of your friendly neighbourhood rooster!


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Posted by Maahir Eksteen on 14 November 2022 3:00 PM CAT
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McGregor is definitely not a sleepy town when it comes to pastimes. There are activities and adventures that will appeal to everyone – from the fitness fanatic and the seeker of health and wellbeing, to the epicurean lover of art and food.

Nature and history enthusiasts will also find plenty to explore. If you want to extend your day tripto a longer stay, unique accommodation options that cater for various pockets and preferences are also available.

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Access Week 2022
South Africans celebrate both Tourism Month and Heritage Month in September and there is no
better way than immersing yourself in nature by visiting our reserves with your family and friends
during Access Week 2022. From 20 - 27 September 2022, CapeNature will open its doors for an
entire week to everyone, free of charge. The global tourism sector plays a large role in reaching global
sustainable development goals by adding social, cultural, political, and economic value. Tourism Month
is dedicated to highlighting this value and encouraging people to explore the magical miscellany the
world we inhabit has to offer.
By visiting a CapeNature reserve, not only are you adding value to the importance of tourism, but you
get the chance to explore the rich cultural and natural history that lies in the Western Cape’s
magnificent landscapes.

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