The Cederberg is famous for its spring flowers, ancient rock art, delicious wine, spectacular mountain drives and hiking.
The Cederberg Mountains lie only 2+ hours drive north of Cape Town, but it feels like a different world. Once over the Piekenierskloof Pass, the country has changed. It's wilder, warmer with a raw, dramatic beauty. The towering Cederberg mountain range, brilliant purple in the late afternoon light, presides over a fruit-filled valley laden with the scent of orange blossom in the spring.
The Cederberg is our home. So we have an expert knowledge of the Cederberg accommodation and touring options. From self-drive itineraries to walking holidays, to rock art and spring wild flower tours.
The Cederberg mountains also provides a natural arena for adventure lovers. It is a perfect area for those who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. On foot, there are great hiking opportunities. On the water, the rivers offer glorious crystal clear water for swimming and canoeing. Follow a walking trail to some ancient rock paintings. Enjoy hiking in the Cederberg Wilderness Reserve and swimming in waterfall rock pools.
Or simply relax in one of the most beautiful and peaceful areas of South Africa. The Cederberg is easy to combine with the Winelands, Cape Town or to continue to Route 62. But it feels much further than it is. And that is its secet attraction.
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