• West Coast Connexion
    West Coast Connexion
    We are your single point of contact to provide you with best possible - unique and customised - West Coast experience. Founded by passionate hospitable people who love and know the West Coast and who find great pleasure in sharing it with others



draaihoek lodge & restaurant

Draaihoek Lodge & Restaurant is situated in a private nature reserve overlooking the Atlantic Ocean – close to the town of Elands Bay on the Western Cape’s West Coast. Situated on the R27, approximately 200km from Cape Town just beyond the town of Dwarskersbos.

windtown lagoon hotel

Relaxed coastal hotel with a private sunny courtyard for guests. Only a stone's throw away from the beach and in the heart of Langebaan village. Surrounded by a huge lagoon and breathtaking nature, this is the place to have your well-deserved kite trip.


kite surfing in langebaan

Are you looking for a kite school in Langebaan? Windtown Lagoon Hotel has a fully equipped one just a few hundred meters from Langebaan Lagoon.

The small town on the west coast of South Africa is known for its reliable wind from October to May, and its butter flat water. It’s one of the best places in the world to learn kitesurfing and a paradise for freestyle freaks. 


ECO TOURS on the west coast

True South Travel focuses its services on the needs of the discerning traveller who seeks the road less traveled. Our service offering is unique, specialised and personalised to our clients specific needs and expectations.  

west coast fossil park

When the West Coast was wild! Visit the West Coast Fossil Park close to Langebaan, Western Cape, South Africa. See the fossils of bears, sabre-tooth cats, short-necked giraffes and the many other exotic animals which inhabited the west coast area some 5 million years ago. 

west coast nATIONal park

Just inland from the secluded harbour of Saldanha Bay, and only 1,5 hour's drive from Cape Town's City Centre, one finds the azure waters of the Langebaan Lagoon, focal point of the West Coast National Park. 



 Our mission is to bring hope to impoverished rural communities in our country through sustainable social upliftment programs and to increase environmental awareness through sustainable conservation initiatives.


The H.O.P.E Foundation currently supports diverse social and cultural initiatives. Our partnership with “Karos and Kambro”, a performing arts initiative , focus on our vulnerable youth whilst our school programs in the Cango Valley and Katatara attends to the needs of these impoverished rural communities. 


The H.O.P.E. Foundation focuses most of its conservation initiatives on projects within the Swartberg Mountains where our conservation programmes ensure that this (UNESCO) World Heritage Site is appreciated by our current generation and preserved for future generations. 


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