Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

Winona Griggs

Join me on the Cape Camino walk to support StreetSmart SA

Hey there! I have something exciting to share with you. I recently discovered this amazing event called the Cape Camino walk, and I thought you might be interested in joining me. It’s a fantastic way to contribute to a great cause and explore the beautiful Cape Town at the same time. Let me tell you more about it!

The Cape Camino walk is a unique experience that combines adventure, self-reflection, and community engagement. It’s a 160-kilometer pilgrimage that takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Cape Peninsula. Along the way, you’ll discover hidden gems, breathtaking views, and connect with fellow participants who share a common desire to make a difference.

Now, let’s talk about the cause we’ll be supporting during this walk – StreetSmart SA. They are an incredible organization that aims to uplift and empower street children in South Africa. By participating in the Cape Camino walk, you’ll be helping StreetSmart SA provide these children with the support they need to build a better future.

But it’s not just about the cause – the Cape Camino walk offers so much more. It’s an opportunity to challenge yourself physically and mentally, to take a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life, and to connect with nature and yourself on a deeper level. It’s a chance to slow down, breathe in the fresh air, and appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.

And here’s the best part – you don’t have to be a professional hiker to join. The Cape Camino walk is suitable for people of all fitness levels. Whether you’re an experienced outdoors enthusiast or someone who simply enjoys a leisurely stroll, you’ll find something for you on this journey. It’s about the experience, the learning, and the impact we can create together.

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So, what do you think? Are you ready to lace up your hiking boots and embark on this incredible adventure for a good cause? Join me on the Cape Camino walk and let’s make a difference in the lives of street children through StreetSmart SA. I guarantee it will be a journey you’ll never forget.

Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

Hey there! Get ready to lace up your hiking boots and join me on an exciting adventure: the Weekend Cape Camino! We’re embarking on a journey through picturesque farmlands in the Boland region, and the best part is, we’re doing it for a great cause: supporting StreetSmart SA.

Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

Hey there! I’m excited to share some awesome news with you. StreetSmart SA is this incredible organization that helps street children in Western Cape and Gauteng build their lives back up. They do this by gathering public donations and doing some truly amazing work. And guess what? They’re teaming up once again with Cape Camino and the iconic Labia Theatre in Cape Town to create an unforgettable pilgrimage experience.

Now, let me tell you about this pilgrimage. It’s going to be a weekend full of exploration, hospitality, and delicious food. We’ll be surrounded by the beautiful farmlands along the Berg River, and get to indulge in some traditional “boerekos” specialties. We’ll be covering a total of 30 km over two days, starting from Nuwefontein Farm and ending at Bridgetown. It’s going to be quite an adventure!

Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

Don’t worry if you’re not super fit for this adventure – the walk is mostly on flat ground. You’ll get to experience the tranquility of the countryside and marvel at the beautiful night sky.

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The weekend starts off with a sleepover and a delicious homemade dinner at Nuwefontein Farm in the Gouda region on Friday. The next morning, we’ll embark on a 16 km trail to Moorreesburg. When we reach Bridgetown, you’ll have the chance to take a refreshing swim in the Berg River, gaze at the stars, and even join an optional nighttime walk to the farm’s beehives.

Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

This Sunday, we have an exciting opportunity for you to discover some amazing trails in Bridgetown. You’ll get to experience the beauty of nature while supporting a great cause through our StreetSmart fundraiser. The event will be wrapped up with a delicious breakfast at 11 am.

The cost for participating in the 2-day walk is R3 850 per person sharing. This includes everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable experience. You’ll have experienced chaperones to guide you, and your contribution will go towards supporting StreetSmart SA. In addition, you’ll receive 2 nights of shared accommodation, delicious breakfasts and suppers, convenient luggage transfers, a Cape Camino passport, and a stylish t-shirt to remember the event by. Please note that transportation back from the last farm and snacks are not included.

Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

If you’re interested in enjoying some extra perks during your stay, you can request private upgrades. They’re like special additions that make your experience even better.

To find out more or to make a booking, you can send an email to [email protected] or easily book directly through the Cape Camino website.

Cape Camino walk in aid of StreetSmart SA

If you’re not up for the physical journey of the Camino de Santiago, don’t worry! There’s another way to experience it. You can watch the amazing documentary film called ‘Just sorry for my feet’ by Gabi Röhr at Cape Town’s iconic Labia Theatre on May 14th and 15th.

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Gabi Röhr embarked on the Way of St. James, also known as the Camino Francés in Spain, with her camera equipment in her backpack. She walked a million steps to capture the essence of the journey. The documentary she created won the Best Outdoor Culture Film award at the 2020 Nordic Adventure Film Festival and also received recognition at the International Art & Tur Film Festival in Portugal in 2021.

You can get tickets for the show at a cost of R70 per person from Webtickets or by calling the Labia Theatre on Orange Street at 021 424 5927. Make sure to book in advance as it is essential, and rest assured that all necessary Covid-19 protocols are in place.

To learn more about StreetSmart SA, visit their website. It’s a great way to support a worthy cause while enjoying an incredible documentary.

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