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When: Sunday 3 May 2015
Time: 13:00 local time
Venue: Start at Boschendal
Price: Register on http://www.wingsforlifeworldrun.com
Status: Passed

Following the success of the first-ever Wings for Life World Run in 2014, runners all around the world will again begin racing simultaneously, be it day or night, to raise awareness of spinal cord injury.

The Cape Town run will showcase the finest of South Africa’s iconic Winelands. When the start gun fires at 1pm on 3 May, participants will be setting off from Boschendal and route toward the idyllic Franschhoek valley.

Register online from Wednesday, October 1, on Wings for Life World Run to be part of this incredible event!

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Explore The Boschendal Estate

Must Do's at Boschendal

Guests are invited to enjoy all this magnificent farm has to offer: an award winning wine and bio-friendly food experience; a rich heritage; a spectacular natural and soulful landscape; fun, informative and engaging activities whilst also taking the opportunity for some down time in tranquil surroundings.

Our Wines

Given our exceptional winemaking heritage of almost 300 years, the Boschendal cellar masters meticulously balance rustic tradition and modern innovation to produce classic, fruity wines while upholding the ecological integrity that has become synonymous with our brand.

Eat & Drink

The Cape Dutch farms were historically renowned for their warm welcome and generous hospitality. What crowned this welcome was the Cape table, laden with wholesome dishes made from ingredients from the farm’s werf and fields.