South Africa will be celebrating Heritage Day this Friday, 24 September. And for many South Africans, this means inviting friends and family over to enjoy a braai. Try one of these epic public braai spots and celebrate Heritage Day with and in nature!
Oudekraal, Camps Bay
Situated on the coastal road between Camps Bay and Llandudno, this secluded beach is the place to be. Enjoy the braai facilities along with a fantastic view. And if the fire gets too hot, there’s always the ocean to cool you down!
Tokai Forest, Tokai
The Tokai Forest braai spot is situated on the edge of the Tokai plantation and has a lot of space. Celebrate Heritage Day surrounded by amazing trees and good company.
Wynberg Park, Wynberg
This park truly has it all; rolling grass lawns and damns, surrounded by mountains. This beautiful place is a popular spot for braais with plenty of space (22 hectares of it). It’s very popular with kids as it has a play area available.
Kraalbaai is a beautiful beach situated in the West Coast National Park in Langebaan. With the braai areas situated above the lagoon, it is the perfect spot for sundowners and watching the yachts in the water below.
Tweede Tol, Bainskloof Pass
Tweede Tol is a picnic and campsite situated next to the Witte and Wolwekloof rivers. There are river pools all over this world heritage site and is the perfect spot to cool down after a braai.
In the case that you try one of these beautiful public braai spots, keep the following in mind:
- Make sure your group keeps enough distance between other groups
- Wear masks when necessary
- Clean up after yourself