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Help make a difference at beach clean-up

For a weekend with a difference, where you can make a difference, join De Hoop Collection, Morukuru Beach Lodge and CapeNature at the world renowned De Hoop Nature Reserve for a beach clean-up from Friday, May 27 to Sunday, May 29, 2022.

“We are excited to be working together with Morukuru Beach Lodge and CapeNature on this very necessary project,” says William Stephens, owner of De Hoop Collection a member of Cape Country Routes, “and we’re offering a special rate for guests wanting to be part of this joint effort.”

Accommodation on offer for the beach clean-up weekend:

  • De Hoop Collection: four sleeper/six sleeper cottages – R1 450 per person; suites one/two guests – R3 400 per person. (A minimum two-night stay on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis). Rates are per person for the weekend (Friday and Saturday) and include two nights’ accommodation, two breakfasts, two dinners and Saturday packed lunch.
  • Morukuru Beach Lodge: Suite for one/two guests – R2 900 per person per night sharing, includes accommodation, all meals and soft drinks. 50 per cent single supplement. The five suites can accommodate max 10 guests.
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*To qualify for the special rate guests must commit to the clean-up on the Friday from 4pm, and a full day clean-up on the Saturday. Own transport to be used to and from Koppie Alleen.

Morukuru Beach Lodge will provide a packed lunch for guests on Saturday, May 28, 2022, while De Hoop Collection will provide a delicious boma dinner (beef or vegetable potjie and dessert) at 6pm, for guests on Saturday, May 28. Should guests participate in a clean-up on Sunday, Morukuru Beach Lodge can provide a packed lunch at R150 per person. Transport will be provided for Morukuru Beach Lodge guests to and from De Hoop Collection for the boma dinner.

CapeNature will provide black bags and gloves and the area to be covered is from Koppie Alleen to Skipskop.

Terms and conditions apply

In keeping with protocols regarding the Coronavirus, De Hoop Collection & Morukuru Beach Lodge adheres to all stringent health and safety cleaning protocols – the safety of their guests and staff being of the highest priority.

 

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