Eco-friendly River Cruise
Make sure you try out the latest addition to the wide array of activities in Stanford - an eco-friendly river ...
Hop aboard the Lady Stanford river boat for a iconic and tranquil river cruise that winds its way gently along the picturesque Klein River, toward the Hermanus lagoon. Spend time on the open upper and lower decks of this modern eco-friendly river boat with its quiet, four-stroke boat engines, as you watch a kaleidoscope of natural colour go by. No expense has been spared when it comes to comfort and luxury on board this vessel that most definitely stands out from the rest. A qualified skipper and experienced interactive guide, who intimately knows the river and all it has to offer, will ensure this journey is a memorable one. The Klein River features more than a hundred bird species which include majestic fish eagles, a flamboyance of pink flamingos and the ever spectacular, blue crane. Keep an eye out for otters, bontebok and horses grazing on the fertile river banks, as you make your way toward the lagoon. Lady Stanford runs daily trips for individual passengers as well as being available exclusively for private functions. The boat can comfortably accommodate 26 passengers.
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William Stephens is a popular and well-known face in the quaint riverside village of Stanford. With over 25 years of hands-on experience in the hospitality industry, William is best known for his involvement in the development of CapeNature’s De Hoop Nature Reserve and for being the former chairperson of Stanford Tourism Bureau for two years.
Grootbos Nature Reserve is renowned internationally for being a leader in the luxury, responsible tourism industry.
William Stephens and and Grootbos Nature Reserve now proudly present, Lady Stanford River Cruises.
These trips run five times a day.
What to bring:
You can hire the Lady Stanford river boat exclusively for your special event or corporate function.
What to bring:
Yes, there are private toilet facilities on board.