'n Hartlike welkom aan ieder en elke vakansieganger wat ons wit strande besoek, wonderlike wandelings in ons berge en natuur ervaar en les bes, lekker weersomstandighede kom geniet. Die toerismebedryf is die hoeksteen van ons ekonomie en daarom is ons trots op ons strande wat insluit Witsand, Lappiesbaai, Preekstoel, Stilbaai-Wesstrand, Jongensfontein en Gouritsmond. U sal ook waarskynlik die vooruitgang raaksien by ons vakansieoorde.
Beskermingsdienste sal ontplooi word tydens die feesseisoen om te verseker dat u 'n veilige en vreugdevolle vakansie in Hessequa geniet. Voorkom wegholbrande deur seker te maak dat u kole geblus is. Die risiko vir brande is vanjaar besonder hoog weens droogte in ons gebied. Ons brandweerdiens is voorbereid, maar voorkoming bly die beste raad.
If you are visiting the Hessequa region this summer, you may notice that gardens are looking somewhat dry and many properties are using grey water systems. The current water crisis in the Western Cape is real.
Everyone has to do their bit to save water. Be conservative in your use of water. Stage 3 water restrictions are applicable to Riversdale and Stage 1 to all other towns within Hessequa. A drop a day saved today, will be worth twice as much tomorrow.
Ons vertrou dat u 'n genotvolle vakansie beleef en dat Hessequa in die toekoms u nommer 1 vakansiebestemming sal wees.
Popular things to do or to visit are:
Jongensfontein is what your dream beach holiday looks like:
Spend some time exploring:
See: Twee lewensredders dwarsdeur die seisoen.
1. TAKE IT EASY
Stop often to rest and stretch your legs. Always stop in well-lit, public places.
2. STAY ALERT
If you are suffering from a health condition or taking medicine that may make you drowsy, rather ask someone else to drive.
3. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE
Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you know that you will be drinking make use of a cab or taxi services.
4. TAKE CARE OF THE CHILDREN
Babies and young children should always be secured in a SABS approved car seat.
5. STAY CONNECTED
Be sure to pack your phone ad GPS charger so you can call for help if needed.
6. FIRST AID
Always have a first aid kit handy for unforeseen injuries and illnesses. If you already have one, make sure that the contents have not expired and replace items where needed.
7. EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Always do your research and identify emergency facilities and hospitals along your route. Save Netcare 911's number on your phone for any medical emergencies - 082 911.
8. SPEED KILLS
Stick to the speed limit and always wear your seatbelt.
11-24 Desember vanaf 09:00 (toe op Sondae) by die AGS kerksaal in Perlemoenstraat, Stilbaai
Relay races are exciting and kids simply love the competition aspect. Each child will have a plastic cup or spoon to fetch water from the sea. They will have to try to be the first to fill up the water bucket. Exciting to watch and exciting to take part in. You will need a plastic bucket per team and a plastic cup for each child. It is great for agility and balance.
When the wind is just right, it can be so much fun to race your kite up and down the shore. First work out the wind direction so that your kids can fly their kites against the wind and get it to take flight. Even better, if you can’t find a kid kite in a toy store, you can make it an arts and crafts project before the beach visit. You will need a homemade or store-bought kite. Great for running.
Beach bowling is really quite simple. Line up empty bottles or bring your own plastic pins and balls and take turns trying to get a strike. Beach bowling has, even more, fun potential than regular bowling, as you do not have to rent those weird oversized shoes. Let the smaller kids start from a closer starting point to keep the fun rolling. Great for aiming and throwing.
No equipment needed. Bring the popular hopping game to the beach by drawing a grid in the sand on the beach and using rocks or shells for markers. If the sand is hot, don’t forget to put your children’s water shoes or flip-flops on to protect their little feet. You will need nothing but your two front feet.