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Location: South Africa » Western Cape » Breede River Valley

Breede River Valley - One of the great secrets of the Wester

Breede River Valley offers magnificent mountain scenery, breathtaking views, great outdoor activities, nature reserves, ethnic villages, living museums and fynbos

The Breede River Valley is , the valley for all seasons! A valley so beautiful, so unique, the only valley with no less than 10 exquisite scenic entrances.

Enjoy the 4x4 drives, tractor rides, mountain biking, hiking, canoe safaris, fishing, rock climbing, yachting, speed boating, waterskiing, sailboarding, gliding, horseriding and many more activities.

The Kagga Kamma ("Place of the Bushmen") is situated amongst the rugged beauty of the Cedarberg mountains. This is the home of the last remaining bushmen, who will share with you their age old skills and traditions.

The Sadawa Game Reserve is only 66km from Ceres and ensures an idyllic getaway. Enjoy the exciting game drive and view fifteen different species in their wild state.

The Karoo National Botanical Garden gives you the opportunity to get to know the rare plants of the drier regions of South Africa, some of which are on the verge of extinction.

The Breede River Fruit Route offers cherries, apricots, peaches, apples, pears and grapes all available to be picked. There are 58 wine cellars and two brandy cellars throughout the Breede River Valley.

This beautiful valley of the Breede River with it’s clear blue skies, majestic mountains, flowers and fynbos, is one of the largest of the three fruit and wine producing regions of the Western Cape. Apart from export quality pears and peaches, the Breede River Valley is renowned for it’s noble wines produced in the areas surrounding Worcester, Tulbagh, Robertson, Mcgregor and Montagu. Whether exploring the region by car or on foot, by bike or canoe, the beauty and diversity in landscape and vegetation will stay with you. With it’s exciting mountain hikes and climbs or easy rambles along the sparkling streams and rivers, the Breede River Valley offers a world of opportunity to the nature lover and explorer. For the less energetic, who wish only to relax and admire the magnificent views, the area offers two hot water spring-resorts – one at Goudini and the other at Montagu. The various tributary streams of the Breede River include the finest trout waters in the Cape – among them the Witsels River, the Dwars River (flowing through the town of Ceres) and the Hex River (renowned for it’s rainbow trout). Many of the mountain ranges in the area offer ski runs during the winter months when the slopes are thickly covered in snow. The Breede River Valley also offers excellent restaurants and accommodation to suit all.

Towns:
ashton, Bonnievale, Ceres, De Doorns, Hex River Valley, Mcgregor, Montagu, Rawsonville, Robertson, Tulbagh, Wolseley, Worcester.


 

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