August 24, 2015 admin

Hiking in Simon’s Town: Harmony Primary

Our Earthchildren explored an area of Simon’s Town that’s new to us – the Admiral’s Waterfall trail is a beautiful 3km walk, that takes about 1.5 hours and is an easy for walk for children to enjoy. So consider taking your own children.

It starts at the footpath that you will find at the end of Barnard Street, and climbs gently towards a bend, where you enjoy a view of a deep ravine. The Admiral’s waterfall and poop is at the top – maybe pack a picnic to enjoy here while you swim and enjoy the view over Simon’s Town harbour.

If you decide to venture along this trail, share your photos and experience with us?

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