Alans latest tour – Magnificent 7

Homeleigh Halt announces that Alan Tours has now introduced  The Magnificent 7 day tour.  See Alan’s website for more details.

We have developed a unique day tour combining an early morning boat trip to one of the two Island groups in the Bay,  on the way we search the quite waters for the many Common, Bottle nosed and Humpbacked Dolphins as well as a number of species of shark that reside in the Bay.

 Seals, a variety of marine birds and the occasional Orca or Killer whale scan be spotted in the bay.In winter we  see the arrival of the Southern Right and Humpback Whales.

 After searching the waters of one of the largest protected bays in the world we return at mid-morning for lunch in the Harbour. After a well prepared lunch we again board the transfer vehicle for the short trip to the thickets of the Addo Elephant national park.

Alan Fogarty Tours and Holiday Services

Homeleigh Halt Guest House staff will arrange a custom designed tour to meet your specific interests with Alan.

Alan does tours throughout the Eastern Cape Province and also offers superb drives,starting from short  2 hour trips.

Experience the Cape Recife Nature reserve where you can spot the beautiful little Grysbok or learn more about the unique fynbos in the area.

Alan also offers additional activities:

  • Walk the Grysbok trail or the coastal lighthouse route.
  • Bird watching at Cape Recife point and bird hide
  • Join an interpretive walk through the intertidal zone.
  • Explore the cultural remains of the ancient Khoenkhoen (Men of Men) in the dune fields.
  • Visit the Red Location Museum of struggle.

Budget Car Hire

Budget Cars

Budget Cars

You may just need a rental from Budget Van and Car Hire to carry those golf clubs to the nearby Walmer Golf Course with.

Or how about piling your sailing gear into a Budget Rental and popping down to the Algoa Bay Yacht Club for a sail – we at Homeleigh Halt know someone who knows someone who can organise you a sundowner sail during Wednesday Evening Social sailing at the ABYC :-)