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Campsite with a twist

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The only way to describe Rivierzight is that it is a campsite with a twist. So what can you expect? There are 6 spacious cabins to choose from, 2 x

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Merwenstein Guest farm

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You know when you find those little hidden gems tucked away from everywhere and everyone in a town you would least expect it? Well, that’s what happened to K-9 Adventures

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Antbear Lodge Drakensberg

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Only 2-hours away from Durban, Antbear Lodge is a unique pet-friendly getaway tucked away in the Drakensberg Mountains. If you’re traveling from Johannesburg, it’s a 4 and a half-hour drive

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Splish splash, I was taking a bath, A rub dub, just relaxing in the tub

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Ultimate Pet Care Somerset West started up in November 2020.  We were very curious to see what they had to offer, and I must say our dogs were spoiled rotten.

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River Cottages in Vermaaklikheid

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K-9 Adventures’ next adventure was to Vermaaklikheid.  Vermaaklikheid lies between Heidelberg and Witsand, about 300 km from Cape Town.  So what to expect when planning an exciting weekend at Vermaaklikheid?

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GoPure Water4Pets on the Go

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Be it on the road, the mountain, the park or the beach GoPure water4pets on the go is the perfect solution. The first question that comes to everyone’s mind is

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A trip to the country side

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We at K-9 Adventures like to use the road less traveled when traveling to our destination.  According to Google Maps, there are 2 ways of getting to Pearly Beach. Through

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The Hickville Smokehouse pet-friendly restaurant

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Very often when you arrive at a restaurant with dogs you have to sit outside.  This was not the case when we arrived at the Hickville Smokehouse pet-friendly restaurant on

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Khomeesdrift Campsite just before Riviersonderend has it all for animal lovers

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It’s not often that you hear a campsite is dog and horse friendly. The K-9 Adventure team did not have a horse to take with so just took 3 dogs. 

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Ticking all the right boxes

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For those of you that know Rawsonville/Worcester know that going camping in January you can expect temperatures of 40 degrees in the Shade. But the promise of having 2 dams

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