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Rural Winelands spa for gay men only
An 80-minute drive from Cape Town in the Cape's wine country, Shisa (it means "hot" in Zulu) offers clothing-optional sunshine and seclusion, hot-tubbing and a full bar. Free Wi-Fi. Five double rooms and credit cards OK. Most guests drive, but management can arrange transfers from Cape Town or the airport.

Tags: Men Only, $$$ - Moderate, $$ - Standard, Gay Resort, 3 star, Hot Tub, Clothing Optional, Fireplaces, Spa

(Phone for directions)

(270) 833-2444


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  •   Rustic Retreat!
    anthony.mayer.75 ·

    June 21, 2013

    My partner and I love our weekend eye candy but was relaxing!
  •   Awsome place
    ctguy ·

    January 3, 2011

    Went there 2 weekends in a row and spent new years there. It was awesome and definitely going back soon.
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    January 3, 2011

  •   the place to be and relax
    outdoorguy ·

    December 30, 2010

    Enjoy the nature, good food and the hospitality of the owners! And all nude :-)
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    December 30, 2010

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    December 27, 2010

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    December 8, 2010

  •   Where gay guys feel like real family
    Awesome ·

    June 18, 2010

    this place wouldn't be nearly the same without Joe anf Francois. My partner and I have spent so many weekends there that we've lost count. This is a place which seems to bring out the best in people; leaving their pretentious natures behind in the city; here everyone is one big happy family Gay guys from all over the world seem to let go of their inhibitions and relax in the sunshine.. sometimes going naked and ....sometimes more....sometimes less (no weekend has been the same) but always friendly and an ideal place to meet the locals
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  • ctguy was here

    April 5, 2010